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Review of the literature is an essential starting point for any endeavour in GIS, remote sensing, or mapping. Yet, reviews are often incomplete for lack of access to the material, and consequently projects experience durations that are longer and costs that are higher than need be because the accumulated knowledge has not been tapped and taken advantage of. This page sets out to mitigate that problem. It is a gateway to the literature that represents much of the accumulated global experience on using GIS, remote sensing and mapping to solve problems and issues in marine fisheries with emphasis on EAF.

Spatial issues addressed most frequently for marine fisheries are listed in table at issues section along with the number of literature records currently contained in GISFish databases.

 
  
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TitleUSING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS TO COMPARE COMMERCIAL FISHERIES PRODUCTIVITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN CORE AND BOGUE SOUND ESTUARIES IN COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA
AuthorGuajardo, R.; Voss, M.
Date2003
Content Language(s)English
Keywords INLAND FISHERIES
Spatial Tool GIS
Country UNITED STATES
Species Common Nameshrimp
Species Scientific NameNG
Organism Division (FAO ISSCAAP) Not specified
Production System Marine Fisheries
Water System Estuary
Main Sector Fisheries
Main Issue Addressed Effects of Terrestrial Activities on Habitats and Aquatic Organisms
Series TitleProceedings of the 3rd Biennial Coastal GeoTools Conference Charleston, SC January 6-9, 2003
  
63 Topics - 1740 Knowledge Objects - 404 Members - 6 Editors
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