GIS

A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a computer-based system that stores geographically referenced data, links it with non-graphic attributes (data in tables) allowing for a wide range of information processing including manipulation, analysis and modeling. A GIS also provides for map display and production.

At BC CAHS, we have the ability to develop customized GIS according to your needs. The advantages of GIS include:

  • Explores both geographical and thematic components of data in a holistic way
  • Stresses geographical aspects of a research question
  • Allows handling and exploration of large volumes of data
  • Allows integration of data from widely disparate sources
  • Allows analysis of data to explicitly incorporate location
  • Allows a wide variety of forms of visualisation

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871A Island Highway
Campbell River, BC
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