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Karen Hanna, FASLA, reveals ways to identify appropriate existing datasets and use them as a baseline for recording current and prospective site conditions and uses. GIS techniques promote application of sophisticated scientific models to the landscape, and combine effectively with other digital technologies such as graphs and photo simulations. The results of GIS models are eminently useful for site planning, growth planning, and implementation phasing.
Technology / CADD / GIS
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Learn through case study examples how to use GIS in recording existing conditions
2. Learn through case study examples how to use GIS in planning
3. Learn through case study examples how to use GIS in modeling
Karen C. Hanna, FASLA (author)
American Society of Landscape Architects