GIS for Homeland Security
GIS for Homeland Security provides general overviews on how GIS is used for gathering and analyzing intelligence; protecting critical infrastructure; responding to complex emergencies; preparing for disease outbreaks and bioterrorism; securing complex events; and simulating disasters. Each chapter spotlights the visionaries who have applied spatial technology in the field to develop model solutions to real threats. A final chapter looks ahead at the growing role of GIS in homeland security. GIS for Homeland Security is a resource for experienced GIS users and decision makers, as well as for those new to spatial technology.
GIS for Homeland Security is also available as an e-book (ISBN 9781589482906, $4.99) and can be purchased at most e-book retailers.
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Mike Kataoka is an ESRI Press editor who has managed several projects, including books addressing GIS applications in local government, urban planning, and environmental management.
ISBN: 9781589481558 2007 150 pages $24.95