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Conservation Geography: Case Studies in GIS, Computer Mapping, and Activismby Charles L. (ed.) Convis
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Showing how GIS and geography provide a framework for ecology and conservation efforts, this book describes how new technological tools for that kind of analysis, chief among them GIS, are being used to revolutionize the work of conservation.
About the Author
Charles L. ""Chuck"" Convis has been writing Old West history for forty years. He is the biographer of Myles Keogh of Indian Wars fame, and has been published in many western magazines and journals. A retired trial lawyer, he has lived in Nevada for ten years, where he writes and gives talks on Nevada history.
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