second edition, is a compendium of GIS methods and applications of those methods to public health research. Cromley and McLafferty set out an ambitious. GIS and Public Health (Second Edition). By Ellen K. Cromley and Sara L. McLafferty. New York, NY: Guilford Press. + xxiv. ISBN: GIS and Public Health by Ellen K. Cromley and Sara L. McLafferty. Katie Algeo. Pages Published online: 14 Mar Download citation.
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Description Authoritative and comprehensive, this is the leading text and professional resource on using geographic information systems GIS to analyze and address public health problems.
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McLafferty has published articles in geography, epidemiology, and urban studies journals and is an Associate Editor of the journal Health and Place.
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New to This Edition Incorporates major technological advances, such as Internet-based mapping systems and the rise of data from cell phones and other GPS-enabled devices. Ngoy Nsenga marked it as to-read Feb 28, This andd written resource provides a comprehensive introduction to the use of geographic information systems GIS in analyzing and addressing public health problems.