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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. This report describes preliminary research undertaken by NRI into how GIS might be used to identify and potentially describe the non-physical, "human" environment in which people make decisions relating to resource allocation. A number of general issues concerning the availability of suitable data sets, are highlighted in case studies. Recommendations are made about how data can be made more amenable to this type of application, and the criteria that should be applied in assessing the feasibility of projects involving the use of GIS in socio-economic studies.
Series: NRI Socio-economics S.
Number Of Pages: 32
Published: 1st January 1995
Dimensions (cm): 20.5 x 21.0 x 0.7
Weight (kg): 0.098