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In the last few years Kirkwood Library Services have focused on creating a collection of books on the use and application of GPS (Global Positioning System) http://www.gps.gov and GIS (Geographic Information System) http://www.esri.com/what-is-gis . The Main Campus Library in Cedar Rapids has developed quite a collection.  Browse it around 910 in the circulating collection or find them in the catalog under the subject “Geographic Information Systems.”  Even though they are mainly housed in Cedar Rapids, you can request them to be delivered to any of the other centers at any time. Here are some of the newest arrivals:

  • Call Number: 910.285 B985d Title: Designing Geodatabases for Transportation Author: J. Allison Butler
  • Call Number: 910.285 C434g Title: GIS and Crime Mapping Authors: Spencer Chainey and Jerry Ratcliffe
  • Call Number: 910.285 G811c Title: Confronting Catastrophe: A GIS Handbook Author: R.W. Greene
  • Call Number: 910.282 G811e Title: Exploring the Urban Community Authors: Richard P. Green and James B. Pick
  • Call Number: 910.285 M681e Title: The ERSI Guide to GIS Analysis – Volume 2 Author: Andy Mitchell
  • Call Number: 910.285 P186m Title: Mapping Global Cities: GIS Methods in Urban Analysis Author: Ayse Pamuk
  • Call Number: 910.285 T455g Title: GIS: For Decision Support and Public Policy Making Authors: Christopher Thomas and Nancy Humenik-Sappington

Also, check our collection of ebooks on GIS. Remember you’ll have to log in with your k number and password if you are accessing off campus or through a personal laptop. Titles include:

These books were purchased to support our GIS program here at Kirkwood. If you’d like to learn more, check it out:
http://www.kirkwood.edu/site/index.php?d=684

 

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