Michael F. Goodchild, Donald G. Janelle. Download (PDF). Читать. Simon Goodchild, Lyn English. Geographic Information Systems and Science. Paul A. Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, David J. Maguire, David W. Rhind.
The book analyzes the major political and military events in British history, and where appropriate, looks at these within a wider, international context. It also describes everyday life for men and women from different levels of society in different ages: the kind of work they did, family life, etc. Emphasis is also placed on cultural, intellectual, scientific and economic developments. Major developments within Scotland, Ireland and Wales and the relations between these countries and England are also discussed.
Michael frank goodchild. University of California, Santa Barbara. Reflections on Geographic Information Science: special issue in honor of Michael Goodchild". International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26 (11–12), 2012.
Redirected from Michael Goodchild). Michael Frank Goodchild (born February 24, 1944) is a British-American geographer. He is an Emeritus Professor of Geography at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After nineteen years at the University of Western Ontario, including three years as chair, he moved to Santa Barbara in 1988, as part of the establishment of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, which he directed for over 20 years
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It's very helpful because instead of feeling like I'm reading a phone book (which is how most travel books feel and look), this one has bright photos and maps, small blurbs about a lot of different places (instead of lots of info on one boring museum or building), and it's pretty lightweight considering it covers all of Great Britain.
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