Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network, year two final report

@inproceedings{Davis1992LouisianaCG,
  title={Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network, year two final report},
  author={Donald W. Davis and Matteson W. Hiland and Randolph A. McBride and S. J. Williams},
  year={1992}
}
The purpose of the Louisiana Coastal Geographic Information System Network (LCGISN) is to identify and capture geographical material and consolidate it into an easily retrievable form, despite different formats, hardware platforms, software, and storage methods. This will enable individuals to receive information traditionally unavailable. The network uses a distinctively different approach for identifying and dispensing geographic information and is not limited to a single medium. It is… 

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