ESRI Press, Redlands, Calif. releasedGeographic Information Systems and Science. Intended for students and practitioners of GIS, the book focuses on “real-world” applications of GIS and illuminates commonalities between business, government and science concerns. Issues of management, ethics, risk and technology are also covered, as well as how GIS provides a gateway to problem solving. The book can also be used in conjunction with the first and second editions of the two-volume reference Geographical Information Systems: Principles, Techniques, Management and ApplicationsFree online access to relevant chapters of the first edition is available on companions Web sites described in the book. Visit