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geographic information system

n. Abbr. GIS
A computer application used to store, view, and analyze geographical and statistical information.
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Utility Testing and Geographic Information Systems, a company that provides contact voltage testing, water leak detection, sign asset management services and GIS mapping, has launched its Advanced Contact Voltage Testing services after developing a new line of electrical safety testing instruments.
More than a century-and-a-half after Snow's discovery, advanced geographic information systems are making their mark within every public health discipline.
Jaime Stoltenberg is the Map and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Librarian at the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Arthur H.
Introduction to Geographic Information Systems is part lecture and part lab.
The 12th International Symposium on Geographic Information Systems was held in 2004 in Virginia as a means for drawing together research done on novel systems based on geo-spatial data and knowledge and interdisciplinary perspectives on geographic information systems.
Geographic information systems (GIS) are being used increasingly in environmental epidemiology, adding a further dimension to risk assessment (Vine et al.
The conference is sponsored by the Intergraph Mapping and Geographic Information Systems Solutions the Intergraph GeoSpatial Users Community.
The geographic information systems spatial information clearinghouse for humanitarian demining available through the home page is a prototype effort intended to provide the basis for an expanded source in the coming year.
Increasingly, professionals will utilize geographic information systems (GIS) and statistical analysis tools to report complex relationships graphically.
Welcome to the cutting edge of GIS - Geographic Information Systems - in my opinion the most exciting, most usable, potentially most promising technological development to hit our forests since the computer itself.
The global outlook series on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provides statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings.
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