Natural resources and environmental management of military lands is becoming increasingly complex and diverse. As military missions change and new equipment is fielded out training lands become increasingly more restricted due to environmental, logistical, and financial constraints. We must become better stewards of the land if we are going to continue to train troops to meet the next mission. GIS is a powerful tool for military trainers, environmentalists, and natural resource planners. This paper will discuss the applications of GIS in military training and environmental/ natural resources management. It will also discuss the use of map layers in the analysis of Endangered Species Habitats, Cultural Resource Surveys, Soils, cover types, wetlands, and others.
Iyengar, J. V.
"Application of geographical information systems,"
Journal of International Information Management: Vol. 7
, Article 9.
Available at: http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/jiim/vol7/iss2/9