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GIS Applications in Hydrology

Volume 3 Number 3 May/June 2004

A geographic information system (GIS) is a system of computer software, hardware, and data used to manipulate, analyze, and present information tied to a spatial location. Once the domain of highly trained computer graphics specialists, GIS use has rapidly become widespread among hydrologists in recent years due to improved, user-friendly software, a dramatic increase in the availability of data, and the identification of new applications for which GIS is suited. Our articles present the current state and future directions of GIS in hydrology.

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