by The Redlands Institute, University of Redlands
Esri Press, 2002, 132 pp.
The Salton Sea Atlas is a comprehensive collection of maps and information about the Salton Sea, arranged with the intent to illustrate the environmental, cultural and ecological processes affecting the sea. Diagrams, text, photos, charts, and maps are used to document the social and physical history of the area, as well as the current state of the surrounding region. Innovative tools and methods, including geographic information systems (GIS) were used to communicate complex spatial relationships among principal factors influencing the sea. Researchers, scientists, and policy makers will use this information resource to make better-informed decisions about the fate of the sea and its natural environment.
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