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Thinking Spatially Using GIS: Our World GIS Education, Level 1

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Early exposure to geography, spatial thinking, and geographic information systems (GIS), helps students gain an understanding of the world around them. With the first volume in the Our World GIS Education series, teachers and students use tools of geography maps, geographic data, and GIS to progress from a basic understanding of spatial concepts toward recognizing patterns and analyzing map trends. Students reinforce and improve their basic map-reading skills and extend those skills as the book prompts them to analyze and think critically about the data. From ESRI press, 2008.

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