Visualization in environmental management: Beyond the buzz word
Turk, A. (1992) Visualization in environmental management: Beyond the buzz word. Landscape and Urban Planning, 21 (4). pp. 253-255.
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Environmental management is a scientifically and procedurally complex task requiring the involvement of a range of disciplines. Increasingly this process is being rendered more tractable through the application of geographic information systems (GIS) technology. When such systems are effectively integrated with biophysical modelling software a spatial decision support system can be achieved. The outputs of such a system are often in the form of visualizations, i.e. a sequence of graphics (perhaps of unit length and possibly including text), designed to meet specific communication objectives. This paper describes general requirements for the design of visualizations.
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