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Olivieri, S. T. and E. H. Backus. 1992. Geographic information systems (GIS) applications in biological conservation. Biology International 25: 10-16. Geographic information systems (GIS) applications in biological conservation

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Community Ecology 4 163 183 Olivieri, S. T. and E. H. Backus. 1992. Geographic information systems (GIS

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uncertainty examination. The most common definition of the “transfer function” is based on dynamic approaches, such as streamline simulation or OOIP, etc. ( Caers 2011 ). In this case, a geographical information system (GIS) tool called TopoToolbox

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: Besa Jagxhiu) The aim of this research is to identify and describe the current state of the watermills for grinding grains in the western part of Lipjan Municipality, as well as to mark them on a Geographic Information System (GIS) map, and whether

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that the problem is solved with an interdisciplinary approach that reconnects disciplines like Geographic Information System (GIS) analysis techniques and transient groundwater flow modeling while taking the relationship between surface water and

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, computers, and conducted soil tests to examine the protection of the groundwater. Similarly, they wrote about Global Positioning System (GPS) system irrigation approaches, automatic field machine technology, sensing techniques, Geographic Information System

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Introduction About two decades ago, geographical information systems (GIS) were launched for use in public health (Gatrell 2002 ). Applied GIS research clearly illustrated significant socio-economic peculiarities of public

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