Science and Art of Visibility Analysis for HGIS
Megan Prescott of the Nipissing University’s Integrative Watershed Research Centre continues on the Empire Trees Climate blog a series of posts about the use of georeferenced scanned historical colonial maps and surveys.

Once georeferenced, scanned historical maps and surveys can be explored in GIS to deepen the analysis in a range of historical projects. They also provide a starting point for developing online interactive maps to examine landscape change over time, and for disseminating research outputs to general audience. This blog entry provides a sample of such analysis.

Read the full blog post on Empire Trees Climate.

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