Table of Contents

Geotechnologies in place and the environment / Jay D. Gatrell, Ryan R. Jensen.
GIS and economic development / Neil Reid ... [et al.].
Identifying urban neighborhoods for tree canopy restoration through community participation / Jeffrey S. Wilson, Greg H. Lindsey.
The spatially varying relationship between local land-use policies and urban growth: a geographically weighted regression analysis / Robert Hanham, Richard J. Hoch, J. Scott Spiker.
GIS, ecosystems and urban planning in Auckland, New Zealand: technology, processes and people / Fraser Morgan, Eric W. LaFary.
Hyperspectral applications in urban geography / Vijay Lulla.
GIS and spatio-temporal trends in inequality: tracking profitability according to firm size in Japanese manufacturing, 1985-2006 / Shawn Banasick.
Situating urban environmental risk: using GIScience to understand risk in a midwestern city / Trevor Fuller, Jay D. Gatrell.
GIS and challenges to planning and development applications in peripheral regions / Rajiv Thakur, Madhuri Sharma.
Geospatial technologies for surveillance of heat related health disasters / Daniel P. Johnson.
Spatial analysis, policy, planning, and alternative energy production / James Pace, Jay D. Gatrell.
Environmental and social influences on historical county creation in the United States / Karinne Rancie ... [et al.].
Local government use of GIS in comprehensive planning / Mark W. Patterson, Nancy Hoalst-Pullen. Examines how spatial clustering concepts, spatial models, and related visualization techniques (GIS) can be applied to the case of economic development in rural environments. This book discusses methodological issues including data and analysis issues.