9781589481558

Gis for Homeland Security

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  • ISBN13:

    9781589481558

  • ISBN10:

    1589481550

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-12-01
  • Publisher: INGRAM

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Summary

GIS for Homeland Security provides general overviews on how GIS is used for gathering and analyzing intelligence, protecting critical infrastructure, responding to complex emergencies, preparing for disease outbreaks and bioterrorism, securing complex events, and simulating disasters. A final chapter looks ahead at the growing role of GIS in homeland security. Each chapter includes three case studies that illuminate the topic with specific real-world examples. Key GIS players are profiled.

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Gathering and analyzing intelligencep. 1
Case study 1: Emergency Management Mapping Application (EMMA)p. 3
Case study 2: South Carolina Information Exchange (SCIEx)p. 6
Case study 3: Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center (ACTIC)p. 9
Protecting critical infrastructurep. 13
Case study 1: TriValley GISp. 15
Case study 2: Kentucky's Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (KY CSEPP)p. 17
Case study 3: PureActiv video surveillancep. 20
Responding to complex emergenciesp. 23
Case study 1: Hurricane Katrinap. 25
Case study 2: Graniteville, South Carolina, train wreckp. 30
Case study 3: California wildfiresp. 32
GIS Profiles
Steven Robinson: Los Angeles City Fire Department helitacp. 38
Bill Hilling: Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Programp. 39
Ron Langhelm: Federal disaster responsep. 41
Marie Lynn Miranda: Duke University Children's Environmental Health Initiativep. 42
Preparing for disease outbreaks and bioterrorismp. 45
Case study 1: Kansas cattle trackingp. 47
Case study 2: Pennsylvania's West Nile virus surveillancep. 49
Case study 3: New York City's syndromic disease surveillancep. 52
Securing complex eventsp. 57
Case study 1: Salt Lake City Winter Olympicsp. 59
Case study 2: 2004 Democratic National Conventionp. 62
Case study 3: Super Bowl XLIp. 65
Looking aheadp. 69
Acronyms and abbreviationsp. 75
Glossary of homeland security termsp. 83
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