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Finding GIS information using Books
While books typically do not have vast amounts of visual and manipulatable data. They can give you good information about what exactly GIS is, and how it can be applied in any number of scenarios.
Milne Library has a collection of books on GIS and GIS related topics that can be found at or near G 70.2
To find Books on how to apply GIS to another field of study, try searching in some of the resources listed on the right.
Milne Library's New Catalog (beta)
Search Google Books
Google Books is a large collection of digitized books, freely available to the public. Some of the books you find here will be a limited preview, some will be full view.
Search for books & digital resources.
WorldCat Local This link opens in a new window
WorldCat Local provides Web access to WorldCat.org and GLOCAT as well as other databases including ArticleFirst, GPO, Medline, ERIC, GeoRef, MLA
WorldCat (OCLC FirstSearch) This link opens in a new window
WorldCat includes records for books, videos, serial publications, articles, recorded books and music, electronic books, sheet music, genealogical references, cultural artifacts, digital objects, Web sites and much more. Contents from Milne Library and other libraries worldwide in over 470 languages.