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Smooth geographic details structures know-how has reworked spatial facts dealing with services and made it valuable for governments to reconsider their roles with admire to the availability and availability of geographic information.; the character of the connection among governments and geographic info is explored during this ebook from a few diverse conceptual positions just about the experiences  Read more...

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P. 1) The Australian Land Information Council (ALIC, 1990a, p. e. definition and structure) and security of a data item or data collection. In so doing, the custodian must consult with, and take account of the needs of users other than itself. h The concept of custodianship is significant in that it highlights the importance of defining rights of access to database and specifying the responsibilities of custodians for database maintenance. In essence, then, ‘the distinction between ownership and access is quite clear.

To provide a focus and forum for common interest groups, or clubs; 2. to carry out and provide support for promotion of the use of geographic information technology… h BRITAIN 31 3. to oversee progress and to submit proposals for developing national policy in the following areas: – the availability of government spatial data, the operation of data registers and arrangements for archiving of permanent data; – the development of locational referencing, standard spatial units for holding and releasing data, the operation of the post code system and the development of data exchange standards (cartographic and non cartographic); – the assessment of education and training needs and provision of opportunities to meet them; and – the identification of R&D needs and priorities, including advice to government on bids for R&D funds (para.

17) In these respects the notion of geographic information as an infrastructure fleshes out some of the issues that underlay the discussion of geographic information as an asset. It also reinforces the argument for the establishment of national geographic information strategies to coordinate the management of large numbers of geographic databases held by a variety of data custodians in the public and private sectors together with the need for metadata services to help potential users locate the data that they need.

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