Using WebGIS to Develop a Spatial Bibliography for Organizing, Mapping, and Disseminating Research Information: A Case Study of Quaking Aspen
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CitationHowell, R. G., Petersen, S. L., Balzotti, C. S., Rogers, P. C., Jackson, M. W., & Hedrich, A. E. (2019). Using WebGIS to Develop a Spatial Bibliography for Organizing, Mapping, and Disseminating Research Information: A Case Study of Quaking Aspen. Rangelands, 41(6), 244–247.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
AbstractSpatial data is valuable to researchers for locating studies that occur in a particular area of interest, or one with similar attributes. Without a standard in publishing protocol, spatial data largely goes unreported, or is difficult to find without searching the publication. Assigning location data and displaying points on a public web map makes locating publications based on spatial location possible.
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