By Bartlett, Darius J.; Wright, Dawn J
A well timed guides for the UN overseas yr of the sea, this can be the 1st e-book to hide the elemental and utilized medical difficulties in deep sea and coastal technology utilizing distant sensing and GIS know-how. it's going to motivate destiny research.
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Happily for the growth of marine GIS, there are many more studies that could be mentioned, if only space allowed. 1 Locations of marine GIS study areas described in the chapters of this book: (1) Oregon, USA continental margin and Juan de Fuca Ridge (Goldfinger, 1999; Fox and Bobbitt, 1999; McAdoo, 1999); (2) California, USA continental margin (Hatcher and Maher, 1999; McAdoo, 1999; Su, 1999); (3) Hawaii (Li, 1999); (4) northern East Pacific Rise (Wright, 1999); (5) territorial seas of Central and South America (Palmer and Pruett, 1999); (6) southern East Pacific Rise (Wright, 1999); (7) Gulf of Mexico continental margin (McAdoo, 1999); (8) northeastern USA continental slope (McAdoo, 1999); (9) Flemish Cap, offshore Newfoundland, Canada (Sherin, 1999); (10) Kara Sea, offshore Siberia, Russia (Lucas, 1999); (11) marginal and enclosed basins of the Mediterranean (Barale, 1999; Palmer and Pruett, 1999); (12) South China Sea (Palmer and Pruett, 1999).
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