Geographic Information System

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Computer mapping systems that can sysnthesize and display geographic data, producing multiple layers (coverages) of graphic information about a community or region. For example, one layer might show the parcels, another layer might show key habitat areas, another layer might show school sites, and so on. It may be composed of maps, databases, and point information. It can be considered a tool for analysis and decision making.

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