Geographic Information Systems
A geographic information system (GIS) is any system that captures, stores, analyzes and displays data that are linked to location (i.e., are georeferenced). GIS broadly refers to all aspects of managing, manipulating, and using digital georeferenced data.
KeywordsGeographic Information System Digital Elevation Model Groundwater Recharge Thematic Layer Lineament Density
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