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eBooks : The Added Value of Geographical Information Systems in Public and Environmental Health
 

The Added Value of Geographical Information Systems in Public and Environmental Health

1995 | 370 | ISBN: 0792318870 | PDF | 19 Mb

This book is one of the first to introduce the potential of the new and rapidly developing GIS technology in the field of public and environmental health. Contributions include papers originally presented in December 1990 at a meeting at the National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection in Bilthoven, the Netherlands, convened by the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe to discuss the development of a Health and Environment Geographical Information System for the European Region. The contributors form a wide-ranging group of international experts and include leading researchers in the field of health and environment, prominent GIS experts and representatives of government agencies. ...
 
 
 
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