University of Ljubljana, 1991. — 100 p. A case study of the use of GIS (Geographical Information Systems) on the island of Hvar off the Dalmatian coast provides the sort of example that will be invaluable to those considering or just wondering about using GIS themselves. The book begins with an explanation of the principles of GIS, of the hardware and software required, and of the means of data capture. Examples then show how the technique can be used to investigate the distributions of hillforts in relation to the terrain; to correlate Bronze Age stone cairns with good agricultural land, and show that they are a by-product of field clearance; to demonstrate the intervisibility of Greek watchtowers and the settlement at Pharos.
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