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Distributed Geolibraries: Spatial Information Resources, Summary of a Workshop (1999)
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Front Matter
i-xii
Contents
xiii-xiv
Executive Summary
1-6
1 Introduction
7-14
2 A Vision for Distributed Geolibraries
15-34
3 The Distributed Geolibrary in Societal and Institutional Context
35-52
4 Services and Functions
53-72
5 Building Distributed Geolibraries
73-88
6 Conclusions
89-92
References
93-98
Appendix A: Workshop Participants
99-102
Appendix B: Contributed White Papers
103-104
Appendix C: Workshop Agenda
105-108
Appendix D: Example Prototypes
109-116
Appendix E: Biographical Sketches of Panel Members
117-119

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