UTS Library

Geographic Information Systems (GIS): Books

In this guide:

Book reading list provided by Andrew Toland (lecturer in Landscape Architecture)

Cureton, P. 2017, Strategies for Landscape Representation: Digital and Analogue Techniques, Routledge, New York (esp. Ch. 1 ‘Working with Data (Mapping)’).

Van Der Hoeven, F., Nijhuis, S. & Zlatanova, S. (eds). 2016, Geo-Design: Advances in Bridging Geo-Information Technology, Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture, Research in Urbanism series, TU Delft, Delft.

Steffen, N. 2015, GIS-based Landscape Design Research: Stourhead Landscape Garden as a Case Study, A+BE: Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft, Delft.

Kurgan, L. 2013, Close Up at a Distance: Mapping, Technology, and Politics, Zone Books, Brooklyn, NY.

Steinitz, C. 2012, A Framework for Geodesign: Changing Geography By Design, ESRI, Redlands, CA.

Hanna, K.C. 1999, GIS for Landscape Architects, ESRI Press, Redlands, CA.

Hanna, K.C. & Culpepper, R.B. 1998, GIS in Site Design: New Tools for Design Professionals, Wiley, New York.

Cousins, S., Green, D.R. & Haines-Young, R.H. (eds). 1993, Landscape Ecology and Geographic Information Systems, Taylor & Francis, New York.