GIS and Sampling
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Author(s): Lance P, Spencer J, Hattori A
This manual details how geographic information systems (GIS) can inform the sampling process, opening the door to powerful new possibilities for obtaining samples representative of particular subpopulations of interest, and the considerations surrounding the application of GIS to sampling. In other words, it is concerned with how GIS can serve sampling and what the procedure for applying GIS to the sampling process entails.
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