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GIS Article Presentation

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YAZEED ALSUHAIBANY

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Introduction
Analysis of Terrains Suitable for Tourism and Recreation Using GIS (
2014
)

Ph.D. Thesis
, Ataturk University, Turkey



Springer
International Publishing Switzerland 2014
Research Location
Methodology
Research Problem
Hand Drawn Map on transparent papers

Accurate data issues

Digitalization issues (Raster maps)

Area topology tourism suitability
Thank you!
Agenda
Introduction
Methodology
Analysis
Results
Results
Analysis of Terrains Suitable for Tourism and Recreation Using GIS
Questions
By:
Salem,
Cho,
Yazeed

Prof. Brian Hilton
Yahyali, Turkey
The Location
The City
Temperature
Trail,
Elevation,
Slope,
Tourism
Used Tool
Data Sources
Study Method Steps
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Analysis
Assessment factors
1/12 Elevation
2/12 Slope
3/12 Present use of the area
4/12 Precipitation
6/12 Drainage
5/12 Temperature
7/12 Flora
8/12 Geological Formations
10/12 Historical Assets
11/12 Water Resources
12/12 Accessibility
8/12 Fauna
Assessment factors and values
Assessment factors and values
3/12 Present use of the area
5/12 Temperature
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