Synopses & Reviews
The Esri Map Book, Volume 26 features how GIS enables change and provides innovative, spatially-based solutions to wide-ranging issues affecting business, the environment, utilities, transportation, and government, among others. The full-color maps in this edition clearly show how GIS users around the globe contribute ever-increasing amounts of data and other resources to help achieve sustainable development and a more hopeful future. Featured are dozens of maps from distinct industries spread across many countries, regions, and cities. Each map is accompanied by text that describes how it was produced, for what purpose, and by whom. The Esri Map Book, Volume 26, is an important collection of maps for GIS users, cartographers, collectors, and map libraries.
The ESRI Map Book is published annually to showcase the new and innovative ways GIS is used to provide solutions. Presented in full-color, these maps artfully demonstrate how GIS users contribute to an information infrastructure for a more sustainable future. More than 100 maps are featured from distinct industry categories such as cartography, environmental management, government, natural resources, planning and engineering, transportation, and utilities. Each map presentation includes a description of how it was produced or used. This 25th anniversary edition of the ESRI Map Book is a must have for collectors and anyone who is interested in the various ways in which GIS users are designing our future.
About the Author
More than 100 map authors from organizations around the world are selected to contribute to the annual ESRI Map Book. Included maps are based on submissions displayed at the annual ESRI International User Conference. Contributors come from various industries such as conservation, government, natural resources, sustainable development, tourism, and utilities.