The use of geographical information systems in socio-economic studies

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Daplyn, P.; Cropley, J.; Treagust, S.; Gordon, A.;
  • Publisher: Natural Resources Institute

Geographical information systems (GIS) have found wide and growing applications, as digital remote-sensing data and computer technology have become more sophisticated, more easily available and less expensive. NRI recently undertook preliminary research into potential s... View more
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    Guinea Conakry, 1990 Guinea Bissau, 1990 Senegal, 1990 Gambia, 1991 Kenya, 1991/2 Zambia, 1991 lages (two from each component area, none from the control) were investigated. Total households numbered 245.

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