Applications in a Changing World, the theme for the GIS' 91 Symposium describes three major challenges faced by Canada's forest sector: increasing international competition, competing demands for the forest resource and public demands for more environmentally neutral forest management. GIS forestry applications complement this response by providing a tool to improve forest resource management planning, and allowing for informed resolution of resource - use conflicts. GIS' 91 is one of a series of symposia that have been held in Western Canada.
Schreier, H., Brown, S.; O'Reilly, C.; Meehan, P.. 1991. GIS 91 Applications in a Changing World Symposium Proceedings Vancouver Canada February 12 - 15 1991. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. FRDA Research Report. FRR153
Topic: FLNRORD Research Program
Keywords: Geographic, Information, Systems
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