1. Readings 6 items
    This section of the course is designed to be a wide introduction to GIScience and covers many different topics that are not covered in any one specific textbook. In addition, a large part of the section (computer labs) consist of a hands-on experience of working with GIS software. The material will therefore be summarised in lecture handouts and lab instructions, all of which will be available on Moodle. For those with interest in GIScience, here is a list of further resources:
    1. Geographic information systems & science (3rd ed) - Paul Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, D. J. Maguire, David W. Rhind 2011


    2. Geographic information science and systems (4th ed) - Paul Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, David J. Maguire, David W. Rhind 2015

      Book  Same book, 4th edition, note change in title.

    3. Geographic information analysis (2nd ed) - David O'Sullivan, David Unwin 2010

      Book  First edition is also available in the Library.

    4. The SAGE handbook of spatial analysis - A. Stewart Fotheringham, Peter A. Rogerson 2009


    5. Principles of geographical information systems (3rd ed) - P. A. Burrough, Rachael McDonnell, Christopher D. Lloyd 2013

      Book  First edition is also available in the Library.

  2. Web Resources 11 items
    1. Digimap

      Website  Provider of spatial data (including OS data) for UK academic institutions.

    2. Datasets

      Webpage  Open (often spatial) data from UK governmental organisations, including: Office for National Statistics, Department for Communities and Local Government, NHS, British Geological Survey, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, etc.

    3. OpenStreetMap

      Webpage  Free volunteered spatial data for the entire world, Wikipedia of mapping, often more detailed than Google Maps.

    4. Flickr

      Webpage  Geotagged images on Flickr.

    5. Geocaching

      Website  A digital treasure hunt.

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