Spatial Analysis of Coastal Environments



Publication Details

Hamylton, S. M. (2017). Spatial Analysis of Coastal Environments. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

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ISBN: 9781107070479


At the convergence of the land and sea, coastal environments are some of the most dynamic and populated places on Earth. This book explains how the many varied forms of spatial analysis, including mapping, monitoring and modelling, can be applied to a range of coastal environments, such as estuaries, mangroves, seagrass beds and coral reefs. Presenting approaches to modelling, which draw on recent developments in remote sensing technology, geographical information science and spatial statistics, it provides the analytical tools to map, monitor and explain or predict coastal features. With detailed case studies and accompanying online practical exercises, it is an ideal resource for undergraduate courses in spatial science. Taking a broad view of spatial analysis and covering basic and advanced analytical areas such as spatial data and geostatistics, it is also a useful reference for ecologists, geomorphologists, geographers and modellers interested in understanding coastal environments.

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