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Geographic Information Systems

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Geographic information systems (GIS) are a standard analytic and information management tool in government. They enable analysts to layer information in spatial databases, understand the links between disparate spatial variables and analyze the impact that changes in one variable (e.g. the increase in impervious surfaces as a result of development) have on other variables (e.g. the ...

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