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An economic valuation of pollination services in Georgia
Pollination is an ecosystem service and a production practice. As agriculture is confronted with pollinator decline, assessments of the potential consequential loss of economic value are critical. For Georgia, we calculate ...
Learning from locals
Participatory Rapid Appraisal (PRA) has a proven record as an assessment tool in the international development field. Scholars in landscape architecture, however, have only recently begun to explore this technique. This ...
Assessing the feasibility of a GIS-integrated fiscal impact model for local governments
This case study assessed the potential of a Geographic Information Systems-integrated fiscal impact model as an analytical tool to assist local governments in growth, development, and planning decisions. The financial ...
Geographic information systems for spatial disease cluster detection, spatio-temporal disease mapping, and health service planning
Geographic information systems (GIS) are increasingly recognized as an effective and efficient tool to deal with geographic questions in health studies. The overarching research question of this dissertation asks how GIS ...