When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution

Julie Delaney, A.K. Skidmore

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationIslands: Economy, Society and Environment: Conference Proceedings, Second Joint Conference, Institute of Australian Geog
    EditorsE. Bliss
    Place of PublicationPalmerston North, New Zealand
    PublisherNew Zealand Geographical Society
    Pages45-49
    Volumen/a
    EditionUniversity of Tasmania (Hobart
    Publication statusPublished - 1998
    EventWhen You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution - University of Tasmania (Hobart
    Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …

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    ConferenceWhen You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution
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    Delaney, J., & Skidmore, A. K. (1998). When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution. In E. Bliss (Ed.), Islands: Economy, Society and Environment: Conference Proceedings, Second Joint Conference, Institute of Australian Geog (University of Tasmania (Hobart ed., Vol. n/a, pp. 45-49). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Geographical Society.
    Delaney, Julie ; Skidmore, A.K. / When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution. Islands: Economy, Society and Environment: Conference Proceedings, Second Joint Conference, Institute of Australian Geog. editor / E. Bliss. Vol. n/a University of Tasmania (Hobart. ed. Palmerston North, New Zealand : New Zealand Geographical Society, 1998. pp. 45-49
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    Delaney, J & Skidmore, AK 1998, When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution. in E Bliss (ed.), Islands: Economy, Society and Environment: Conference Proceedings, Second Joint Conference, Institute of Australian Geog. University of Tasmania (Hobart edn, vol. n/a, New Zealand Geographical Society, Palmerston North, New Zealand, pp. 45-49, When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution, 1/01/98.

    When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution. / Delaney, Julie; Skidmore, A.K.

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    Delaney J, Skidmore AK. When You Can't See the Forest for the Trees: the Use of GIS in Modelling Forest Type Distribution. In Bliss E, editor, Islands: Economy, Society and Environment: Conference Proceedings, Second Joint Conference, Institute of Australian Geog. University of Tasmania (Hobart ed. Vol. n/a. Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Geographical Society. 1998. p. 45-49