geographic information system

An organized collection of computer hardware, software, geographic data, and personnel designed to efficiently capture, store, update, manipulate, analyze, and display all forms of geographically referenced information that can be drawn from different sources, both statistical and mapped. (Source: SFRC / GILP96)

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Harris L, Holness S, Nel R, Lombard AT, Schoeman D 2013. Intertidal habitat composition and regional-scale shoreline morphology along the Benguela coast. Journal of Coastal Conservation 17 (1) 143-154
Klintenberg P, Seely M 2004. Land Degradation Monitoring in Namibia: A First Approximation. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 99 (1 - 3) 5 - 21
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Verlinden A, Kruger AS 2007. Changing grazing systems in Central North Namibia. Land Degradation and Development 18 (2) 179 - 197
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Changing grazing systems in Central North Namibia.pdf 307.73 KB
International Maritime Organization (IMO), International Petroleum Industry Environmental Conservation Association (IPIECA) 2013. Report of the National workshop for the finalization of the sensitivity mapping project. 37