This workbook will provide an introduction to the basics of GIS as a tool to view data, analyze and compare relationships, and to visualize change in our natural and social environments. It will allow students to learn by doing, as well as provide instructors with homework, discussion, or lab sessions to assign. Exploring Environmental Solutions with GIS complements any physical geology, earth science, environmental geology, environmental science, ecology or natural disasters course. This workbook is intedned to serve students in a wide range of courses and disciplines. Exercises engage issues at the intersection of many disciplines, such as water quality, population growth, environmental hazards, and land use. Exercises may be done in any order, with the exception of the first one, which introduces basic functions in ArcExplorer. The length of exercises is designed so that most students can complete their work in an hour or less.
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