1st Edition

Three Dimensional Applications In GIS

Edited By

Jonathan Raper

ISBN 9780850667769
Published July 4, 1989 by CRC Press
280 Pages

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Book Description

Provides a survey of the approaches used and the problems encountered in the model of real geophysical data.

Table of Contents

Three dimensional display of geological data, N.Van Driel; 3-D GIS in the earth sciences, A.Paradis; GIS as an integrated tool in geophysical data interpretation, D.Taylor; surface interpolation is a GIS problem, C.Gold; creating a 3-D digital transect of the Earth's crust from craton to ocean basin, J.Unger et al; application of a digital relief model to landform analysis in geomorphology, R.Dikau; the 3-D GIS system, a design manifesto, J.Raper; 3-D representation in an integrated GIS for the minerals industry, P.Bak et al; spatial structures for modelling subsurface features, C.Youngman; automated modelling of debris flow hazard using digital elevation methods, S.Ellen et al; the design of a 3- D modelling system for hydrogeological applications, K.Turner et al; flood hazard and soil pollution mapping by using a digital elevation model, H.Leenaers et al; computer assisted cartographical 3-D imaging techniques, M.Kraak; 3-D modelling of geological structures with CAD tools, B.Kelk.

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