- List and describe the types of data maintained by federal governments
- Explain how geospatial information might be used in a taking of private property through a government’s claim of its right of eminent domain
- Describe how geospatial data are used and maintained for land use planning, property value assessment, maintenance of public works, and other applications
- Explain the concept of a “spatial decision support system”
The Domain Applications knowledge area focuses on the linkages between the foundational GIS&T competencies found in other components of the Body of Knowledge and their implementation across a wide range of application areas, highlighting their scope and depth and providing evaluation of their impacts. This Knowledge Area is new and therefore was not part of the first GIS&T Body of Knowledge, published in 2006.
Entries that have been completed are in bold. Forthcoming, future topics are italicized.
If you’d like to propose an entry on a topic missing from the list, please contact the GIS&T BoK Project Manager, Diana Sinton (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Archaeology||Geodesign||Recreation Planning & Management|
|Architecture||Humanitarian Mapping||Retail Business|
|Civil Engineering||Hydrology and Hydraulics||Telecommunications|
|Climate Studies & Atmospheric Science||Urban & Regional Planning|
|Computational Geography||International Affairs||Water Resources|
|Conservation||Land Administration||Wildlife & Fisheries Science and Management|
|Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement||Landscape Architecture|
|Digital Humanities||Landscape Ecology|
|Disaster Management||Libraries, Archives, and Museums|
|Earth Science Research||Local Government|
|Ecosystem Science & Management||Geospatial Intelligence & National Security|
|Education & Training||Marine Science|
|Environmental Science & Management||Natural Resource Management|
|Facilities Management||Public Policy|