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China Digital Maps (2004)

Date: 2004
Creator: GfK GeoMarketing
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Projection: Geographic
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Access: CD [308]
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Other layers not described also include: Danger points; Sand; Mudflat; Provinces; Prefectures; Counties; 2, 3, and 4 digit postal codes; extraction areas and points, Great Wall of China, dams; islands
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China Dimensions Data Holdings (198*-199*)

Date: 198*-199*
Creator: Center for International Earth Science Information Network, Columbia University
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Access: ftp
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China Historical GIS ()

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Creator: Harvard
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Access: Web
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"The China Historical Geographic Information System (CHGIS) project was launched on January 8th 2001, with funding from the Luce Foundation. The CHGIS will establish a database of historical administrative units for different periods in Chinese History, and will also provide a base GIS platform for researchers to use for spatial analysis, temporal statistical modeling, and representation of selected historical units as digital maps."
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Introductory Remote Sensing Digital Image Processing and Applications (2000)

Date: 2000
Creator: Gibson, Paul J. & C.H. Power
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Access: CD-ROM [180]
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The CD-ROM enables the display of thousands of different images and the ability to preform various image manipulations. There are over 70 satellite digital datasets for areas in North America, Ireland, China, Sudan, Peru, Western Europe & UK. Explains how to apply digital image processing techniques to remotely sensed imagery, and how to obtain useful results and information during this process. It assumes a course in introductory remote sensing or air photo interpretation, college algebra, and basic statistics.
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