An Example of Consistent Spatial and Thematic Data Integration in Large Areas by GIS: the Geological Map of Santa Cruz Province (Argentina)
Asato, Carlos Gabriel
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This work explains some considerations and guidelines used in the production of a large area regional geological map based on the construction of special geospatial-database and data management and map production routines. Spatial and Knowledge data integration involves a series of techniques and tasks where data, work procedures and human resources have to be specially prepared and coordinated in order to obtain consistent geospatial-database and maps. Hardware and software also have to be balanced in order to manage a huge amount of data, information digitised by different operators, and data taken from different sources. Since the construction of the Santa Cruz province Geological Map at 1:750.000 scale were made from the spatial integration of 27 geological sheets at 1:250.000 scale, several construction steps have been followed in order to maintain the spatial and thematic map consistency.
Asato, C.G. 2005. “An Example of Consistent Spatial an Thematic Data Integration in Large Areas by GIS: the Geological Map of Santa Cruz Province (Argentina)”. International Association for Mathematical Geology. Toronto, Canada. Agosto 21 a 26 de 2005.
Fil: Asato, C.G. Servicio Geológico Minero Argentino; Argentina. ORCID: 0000-0002-1968-7741
Trabajo presentado en: International Association for Mathematical Geology. Toronto, Canada. Agosto 21 a 26 de 2005