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Global Mapper 10.0

 

Global Mapper không chỉ là một trình xem các tập hợp dữ liệu vector, độ cao hay định dạng thô phổ biến. Ứng dụng còn giúp chuyển đổi, chỉnh sửa, in ấn, theo dấu GPS cũng như cho phép bạn tận dụng tối đa chức năng GIS trên các tập hợp dữ liệu trong một gói phần mềm dễ dùng với chi phí thấp.

Global Mapper cũng bao gồm khả năng truy xuất trực tiếp cùng lúc nhiều nguồn hình ảnh, các bản đồ địa hình, cùng các dữ liệu địa chấn chia vạch. Cho phép truy xuất cả các hình ảnh màu độ phân giải cao từ DigitalGlobe (truy xuất miễn phí hình kèm thủy ấn) cũng như truy xuất toàn bộ cơ sở dữ liệu TerraServer-USA gồm các hình ảnh và bản đồ địa chấn từ vệ tinh USGS hoàn toàn miễn phí.

Global Mapper cũng có khả năng truy xuất dễ dàng các nguồn dữ liệu WMS, bao gồm khả năng truy xuất tích hợp tới các dữ liệu độ cao cùng các hình ảnh màu toàn thế giới, đồng thời xem dữ liệu độ cao trong không gian 3 chiều thực với bất kì ảnh thô và dữ liệu vector nhập vào bên trên.

Bản đồ địa hình 1:250.000 VN

BẢN ĐỒ ĐỊA HÌNH VIỆT NAM
Bản đồ địa hình là bản vẽ thu nhỏ dạng địa hình, địa vật trên mặt đất lên giấy theo một quy tắc toán học và tỷ lệ nhất định dựa trên cơ sở những số liệu đo đạc ngoài thực địa kết hợp với công tác ở trong phòng.
Tuỳ theo tỷ lệ và mục đích sử dụng bản đồ mà người ta có thể bỏ bớt, lược đi hoặc thêm vào một số các yếu tố địa hình, địa vật.
Các yếu tố nội dung bản đồ địa hình được chia thành 7 nhóm lớp theo 7 chuyên đề là: Cơ sở toán học, Thủy hệ, Địa hình, Dân cư, Giao thông, Ranh giới và Thực vật. Các yếu tố thuộc một nhóm lớp được vẽ thành một file riêng. Trong một nhóm lớp, các yếu tố nội dung lại được sắp xếp theo từng lớp. Cơ sở của việc phân chia nhóm lớp và lớp là các qui định về nội dung bản đồ địa hình trong "Ký hiệu bản đồ địa hình tỉ lệ 1:500; 1:1000; 1:2000 và 1:5000" ban hành năm 1995.
Các bạn có nhu cầu du lịch, khảo sát, hoặc đi "chấm" GPS có thể tải những bản đồ loại này về, nắn vào OZI sài đỡ, bản đồ tuy cũ(do Mỹ sản xuất trước đây) nhưng dùng vẫn ...OK.
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Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems

Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems


Ecology: From Individuals to Ecosystems
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell | ISBN: 1405111178 | edition 2006 | PDF | 754 pages | 14,6 mb

Begon, Townsend and Harper’s Ecology has long been regarded as the definitive textbook on all aspects of ecology. This new edition continues to provide a comprehensive treatment of the subject from the first principles of ecology to a vivid reflection of our understanding of ecology in the 21st century.
Thoroughly revised and updated, this fourth edition includes:
three new chapters on applied ecology, reflecting a rigorous, scientific approach to the ecological problems now facing mankind discussion of over 750 new studies, updating the text throughout an updated, user-friendly design with margin notes and chapter summaries that serve as study aids dedicated website The resulting textbook is easy to use, lucid and up-to-date, and is the essential reference for all students whose degree program includes ecology and for practising ecologists.

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Conservation Across Borders: Biodiversity in an Interdependent World




Charles C. Chester, "Conservation Across Borders: Biodiversity in an Interdependent World"
Publisher: Island Press | 2006 | ISBN 1559636114 | PDF | 280 pages | 1 MB

Conservationists have long been aware that political boundaries rarely coincide with natural boundaries. From the establishment of early “peace parks” to the designation of continental migratory pathways, a wide range of transborder mechanisms to protect biodiversity have been established by conservationists in both the public and private sectors.

Conservation Across Borders presents a broad overview of the history of transboundary conservation efforts and an accessible introduction to current issues surrounding the subject. Through detailed examinations of two initiatives, the International Sonoran Desert Alliance (ISDA) and the Yellowstone to Yukon Initiative (Y2Y), the book helps readers understand the benefits and challenges of landscape-scale protection.

In addition to discussing general concepts and the specific experience of ISDA and Y2Y, the author considers the emerging concept of “conservation effectiveness” and offers a comparative analysis of the two projects. The book ends with a discussion of the complex relationships among civil society, governments, and international borders.

By considering the history, goals, successes, and failures of two divergent initiatives, the book offers important insights into the field of transborder conservation along with valuable lessons for those studying or working in the field.

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Ecopopulism: Toxic Waste and the Movement for Environmental Justice (Social Movements, Protest and Contention)



Ecopopulism: Toxic Waste and the Movement for Environmental Justice (Social Movements, Protest and Contention)
Univ Of Minnesota Press | February 25, 1994 | ISBN-10: 0816621756 | 232 pages | PDF | 14MB

This book reconstructs the growth of a powerful movement around the question of toxic waste. Szasz follows the issue as it moves from the world of "official" policymaking in Washington, onto the nation's television screens and into popular consciousness, and then into America's neighborhoods, spurring the formation of thousands of local, community-based groups. He shows how, in less than a decade, a rich infrastructure of more permanent social organizations emerged from this movement, expanding its focus to include issues like municipal waste, military toxics, and pesticides. In the growth of this movement, we witness the birth of a radical environmental populism.

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Plant Diversity (The Green World)

Plant Diversity (The Green World)


Plant Diversity (The Green World) by Andrew Hipp
Publisher: Chelsea House Publications; 1 edition (January 30, 2007) | ISBN: 0791089606 | Pages: 128 | PDF | 8.08 MB

Human history has been strongly influenced by plants. The rise of agriculture in the Fertile Crescent of Mesopotamia brought previously scattered hunter-gatherers together into villages. Ever since, the availability of land and water for cultivating plants has been a major factor in determining the location of human settlements. World exploration and discovery was driven by the search for herbs and spices. The cultivation of New World crops—sugar, cotton, and tobacco—was responsible for the introduction of slavery to America, the human and social consequences of which are still with us. The push westward by English colonists into the rich lands of the Ohio River valley in the mid-1700s was driven by the need to increase corn production and was a factor in precipitating the French and Indian War. The Irish potato famine in 1847 set in motion a wave of migration, mostly to North America, that would reduce the population of Ireland by half over the next 50 years.

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Ecology without Nature: Rethinking Environmental Aesthetics



Ecology without Nature: Rethinking Environmental Aesthetics By Timothy Morton
Publisher: Harvard University Press 2007 | 262 Pages | ISBN: 0674024346 | PDF | 5 MB

In Ecology without Nature, Timothy Morton argues that the chief stumbling block to environmental thinking is the image of nature itself. Ecological writers propose a new worldview, but their very zeal to preserve the natural world leads them away from the "nature" they revere. The problem is a symptom of the ecological catastrophe in which we are living. Morton sets out a seeming paradox: to have a properly ecological view, we must relinquish the idea of nature once and for all.

Ecology without Nature investigates our ecological assumptions in a way that is provocative and deeply engaging. Ranging widely in eighteenth-century through contemporary philosophy, culture, and history, he explores the value of art in imagining environmental projects for the future. Morton develops a fresh vocabulary for reading "environmentality" in artistic form as well as content, and traces the contexts of ecological constructs through the history of capitalism. From John Clare to John Cage, from Kierkegaard to Kristeva, from The Lord of the Rings to electronic life forms, Ecology without Nature widens our view of ecological criticism, and deepens our understanding of ecology itself. Instead of trying to use an idea of nature to heal what society has damaged, Morton sets out a radical new form of ecological criticism: "dark ecology."

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Ecology of Fresh Waters: A View for the Twenty-First Century



Ecology of Fresh Waters: A View for the Twenty-First Century by Brian Moss
Wiley | 2010 | English | ISBN 1405113324 | Pages: 480 | PDF | 11.7 MB


Freshwaters are utterly fascinating. They are the threads that stitch together the landscapes of the Earth with a myriad of two-way exchanges involving chemical substances, and organisms from algae and insects to hippopotami and bears. At the same time they suffer the pollutant consequences of human abuses of the land, and are perhaps the most damaged of the Earth’s ecosystems. This book, a completely re-written edition of a text book widely used for the past thirty years, continues a tradition of clear, jargon-free writing, a richness of examples and a passionate celebration of rivers, lakes and wetlands. It pulls no punches in describing the threats to freshwaters, whilst revelling in the richness of their fundamental ecology. It gives equal treatment to polar, cold and warm temperate and tropical systems, so avoiding any bias towards any particular region. It is truly a text book for the world’s trainee freshwater ecologists.

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EarthTime 2.3.5 Portable

EarthTime 2.3.5 Portable

EarthTime 2.3.5 portable | 5.13 Mb

EarthTime displays the local time and date of any place in the world. It has a built-in database of more than 3000 cities worldwide but users can add any number of custom locations. Alarms can be set on the local time of any city in the world. Many options allow flexible customization.

Key Features:
• Locations of more than 3000 Cities with local time and date
• Alarms for any place in the world
• View of the earth at day and night
• Many options for full customization
• Now with full 64 bit support!
• and much more...

System requirements:
• Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003 or Vista

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Ecology, Climate and Empire

Ecology, Climate and Empire: Colonialism and Global Environmental History, 1400-1940

Richard Grove, "Ecology, Climate and Empire: Colonialism and Global Environmental History, 1400-1940"
Publisher: White Horse | 1998 | ISBN 1874267197 | PDF | 237 pages | 10 MB

This collection of essays from a pioneering scholar in the field of environmental history vividly demonstrates that concerns about climate change are far from being a uniquely modern phenomenon. Grove traces the origins of present-day environmental debates about soil erosion, deforestation and climate change in the writings of early colonial administrators, doctors and missionaries. He traces what is known and what can be inferred concerning historic El Nino events centuries before the devastating 1997/98 instance. In an important and wide-ranging concluding essay he analyses the general significance of 'marginal' land and its ecology in the history of popular resistance movements.

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Earth Science&the Environment

Earth Science and the Environment,4 Ed


Graham R. Thompson, Jon Turk,"Earth Science and the Environment,4 Ed"
Brooks Cole | 2006 | ISBN: 0495112879 | 720 pages | Djvu | 36 MB

Using two themes, earth systems and environmental issues, Earth Science and the Environment provides a rich overview of all Earth-related disciplines, including geology, meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, and astronomy. The authors provide a sense of how Earth functions as a single system composed of interacting subsystems and integrates coverage of enviromental issues in both the authoritative narrative and stunning multi-part visuals that emphasize the beauty of Earth science. To further enrich your experience, this earth science textbook is fully integrated with the CengageNOW online tutorial system. Web-based, assessment-driven, and completely flexible, the system provides you with a personalized learning plan based on a diagnostic pre-test to maximize your study time by focusing your attention where it is needed most.

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Google Maps Terrain Downloader

Google Maps Terrain Downloader 6.30

Google Maps Terrain Downloader 6.30 | 1.17 MB

Google Maps Terrain Downloader is a useful software application that can help you obtain a complete terrain map image from Google Maps.

All downloaded small terrain images are saved on the disk. You can view downloaded maps by Terrain Map Viewer Or you can combine them into a big BMP map.

Note: The downloaded images are only for personal, non-commercial use.

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Biogeography...

Biogeography: An Ecological and Evolutionary Approach


Biogeography: An Ecological and Evolutionary Approach
Wiley-Blackwell; 7 edition | February 18, 2005 | ISBN-10: 1405118989 | 440 pages | PDF | 64.4 Mb

The latest edition of this highly successful and popular textbook has been completely revised and updated to include the latest developments in biogeography. It offers excellent insight into the multidisciplinary nature of biogeography, providing the student with a sound historical base, up-to-date factual content and a clear explanation of current controversies.
Its accessible style and well-balanced coverage will strongly appeal to students, while the successful synthesis of the many fields involved and the new format will attract a broad range of teachers and lecturers in biology, geography and environmental science departments.

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Google Earth Plus

Google Earth Plus 5.2.1.1588 Final Portable

Google Earth Plus 5.2.1.1588 Final Portable | 39.52 MB

Google Earth combines satellite imagery, maps and the power of Google Search to put the world’s geographic information at your fingertips. Fly from space to your neighborhood. Type in an address and zoom right in. Search for schools, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Get driving directions. Tilt and rotate the view to see 3D terrain and buildings. Save and share your searches and favorites. Even add your own annotations.

Google Earth lets you do smooth sailing flybyes of the entire Earth. You can easily fly to any spot on the globe, by entering any associated data, like street addresses, place names or lat/long coordinates. There are overlays that put additional information on the map, like roads, international boundaries, terrain, 3D buildings, crime statistics, schools, stadiums, any number of interesting stuff. You can do Local searches in the program, with icons on the map and a display on the side showing your results.

You can leave notes, called "placemarks" all over the map, so you can remember where all sorts of places are. Searches and placemarks can be saved as bookmarks in "My Places". Everything can be output in an XML format called KML, that will allow the vast popularity of Google Maps to continue in Earth. You can also email a JPEG of the map, or send a KMZ file if you know the recipient has Earth installed.

Features:
- Sophisticated streaming technology delivers the data to you as you need it.
- Imagery and 3D data depict the entire earth - Terabytes of aerial and satellite imagery depict cities around the world in high-resolution detail.
- Local search lets you search for restaurants, hotels, and even driving directions. Results show in your 3D earth view. Easy to layer multiple searches, save results to folders, and share with others.
- Layers show parks, schools, hospitals, airports, retail, and more.
- Overlays – import site plans, design sketches and even scanned blueprints.
- Annotate the view with lines and polygons.
- Spreadsheet import - ingest up to 2,500 locations by address or lat/lon.
- KML – data exchange format let your share useful annotations.

Use it for:
- Planning a trip
- Getting driving directions
- Finding a house or apartment
- Finding a local business
- Exploring the world

Recommended configuration:
- Operating system: Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista
- CPU speed: Intel® Pentium® P4 2.4GHz+ or AMD 2400xp+
- System memory (RAM): 512MB
- 2GB hard-disk space
- 3D graphics card: 3D-capable video card with 32MB VRAM or greater
- 1280x1024, 32-bit true color screen
- Network speed: 128 kbps ("Broadband/Cable Internet")

Home Page - http://earth.google.com

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Easy Bing Maps Downloader

Easy Bing Maps Downloader 6.50

Easy Bing Maps Downloader 6.50 | 1.66 Mb

Easy Bing Maps Downloader is a straight-forward application that will help you automatically download large maps from Bing. You can view downloaded maps using its included Map Viewer or you can combine them into a big BMP map with Map Combiner.

Easy Bing Maps Downloader is a tool that can automatically download the Bing Maps images to your PC. It can download the small tiles and save them to your hard disk, including the normal maps, satellite maps and hybrid maps. After downloading, you can view the maps offline by its tool Maps Viewer, or you can combine the small images into one big map image. If you want to make a map of your city by yourself, it is very useful for you.

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IVS 3D Fledermaus Professional

IVS 3D Fledermaus Professional v7.1.2b.477 x86/X64

IVS 3D Fledermaus Professional v7.1.2b.477 x86/X64 | 61.2 Mb / 78.3 Mb

IVS 3D Fledermaus Professional is a powerful 3D data visualization system that uses the same core technologies as Fledermaus Standard, plus adds a sophisticated Area Based Editing module, cable and route planning, and real-time tracking of objects. Fledermaus Professional is used in a variety of applications such as swath bathymetry editing and quality control, marine construction, military applications, and coastal zone mapping. A wide variety of industry standard formats are supported for direct import of data to the 3D scene, and Fledermaus also allows data from remotely operated vehicles, ships or other entities, to be visualized in real-time. Due to its flexible object oriented software design, Fledermaus can be easily tailored to support many additional visualization modules. If you would like more information on Fledermaus, the full documentation is available online. A free viewer for Fledermaus files named iView3D is also available.

Features
- Contains all of the functionality of the Fledermaus Standard visualization package.
- Adds a powerful Area Based Editing module for processing data from a wide variety of multibeam, single beam, Lidar, or other data formats.
- Support for CUBE based statistical based processing with support for uncertainty surfaces, error modeling, and multiple hypothesis editing, QC, and analysis.
- Track the position of remotely operated vehicles, AUVs, or other vehicles and visualize the object in real-time in a 3D scene.
- Plan routes for pipelines or cables with the Routeplanner application.
- Perform sophisticated statistically analysis of multibeam surveys to ensure data quality control.

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Climate-change Policy

Climate-change Policy

Climate-change Policy
Oxford University Press | July 7, 2005 | ISBN-10: 0199281459 | 412 pages | PDF | 1.3MB

The threat posed by climate change has not yet been matched by economic policies that can deliver sharp reductions in carbon emissions. The Kyoto Protocol has not received support from the USA, and ratification has been delayed by Russia's reluctance to sign up- both in part because of its costs. Few European countries are on course to meet their own national targets. In consequence, there is a search for a post-Kyoto framework, new institutions and new economic policies to spread the costs and meet them in an economically efficient way. This volume provides an overview of the economics of climate change, the policy options, and the scope for making significant carbon reductions.

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