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GIS is a very specialized concentration in Geography. Geography plays a role in nearly every decision we make. Choosing sites, targeting market segments, planning distribution networks, responding to emergencies, or redrawing country boundaries—all of these problems involve questions of geography.
A map is typically a static snapshot in time and is usually thought of as a cartographic output or product. Once created, the map does not provide any additional information other than what is represented on it.
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