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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 03)
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Acquisition of Geospatial Database for Primary Schools in Kaduna Metropolis

J.O. Sule, H.S. Abdullahi and J. Bungwon
Corresponding Author:  SULE, J.O. 

Key words:  Arc GIS, digital map and thematic map, GPS receiver, satelites, , ,
Vol. 4 , (03): 244-247
Submitted Accepted Published
2011 November, 09 2011 November, 29 2012 March, 01
Abstract:

A map is one of the final products of surveying. This is of many types and uses. A digital map of primary schools is a thematic map which shows the location, distribution, the number of private and public schools in a given area and other relevant information. At the present, such a map for Kaduna is not available. This project aims at producing a digital map showing the location of all private and public primary schools within Kaduna metropolis to aid planning and decision making. The project was carried out with the aid of handheld GPS receiver as a tool for the field data collection and the use of a digital map of Kaduna town as a base map on which the positions of these schools were plotted. The plotting was done using ArcGIS.
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J.O. Sule, H.S. Abdullahi and J. Bungwon, 2012. Acquisition of Geospatial Database for Primary Schools in Kaduna Metropolis.  Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences, 4(03): 244-247.
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