ESRI, Redlands, Calif., released volume 15 of its Map Book, which contains a compilation of digital maps produced using GIS technology in 1999. The maps chart a range of information that provides answers to some of the worlds' most perplexing problems such as looking for patterns in breast cancer incidence, preventing juvenile crime, preparing for natural disasters and managing the world's ecosystem. The 120-page book contains descriptive text to accompany each full-color map, which explains how the maps were produced and used.
ESRI Map Book Volume 15: Applications of Geographic Information Systems
August 28, 2000