Regional Landscape Planning: Proceedings of Three Educational Sessions, 1981 Annual Meeting American Society of Landscape Architects
A few states now have land resource or stream resource information systems with software for relating data locations in terms of stream flow or watershed patterns. These information systems, however, typically rely on very simple data file structures, usually a coded value for each data item at each location. Using database management software provides the complex data structures needed for effective land and stream resource information systems and provides several additional benefits.
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