Hi, I am looking for someone to write an article on gis report for a local us non-government organization Paper must be at least 2000 words. Please, no plagiarized work! It is a computer-based information system that helps in creating, manipulating, analyzing, storing, and exhibiting the information (What is GIS, 2014). For instance, it can be used to analyze digital maps or satellite images while on the other hand it also facilitates a global positioning system. GIS is mostly used by government organizations in order to integrate different types of information which are then used to make policies, exploration, statistical analyses, or to predict future problems. It actually plays a vital role in formulating possible solutions for the upcoming land or space-related issues (Geographic Information System, 2007). This paper aims to present a GIS Report for a local US Non-Government Organization which caters to the food needs of Africans while extending major support in terms of natural resources to other countries as well. The organization is required to critically analyze the efficiency, effectiveness, and limitations of the GIS system in dealing with the predicted scarcity of natural resources in the near future. .
Generally, natural resources are known as the materials which are found under the earth or which are grown over its surface. For instance, coal, oil, gas, water, vegetables, fruits, etc. These are broadly divided into two basic categories namely: renewable resources and nonrenewable resources. Renewable resources can be produced again once they are finished such as vegetables. However, nonrenewable resources cannot be reproduced and hence they constitute the most valuable natural asset for mankind (Natural Resources, 2014). Research indicates that the world is now experiencing significant climate changes that are closely associated with the scarcity of natural resources in the near future. Therefore it has become vitally important to investigate the possible decrease in natural resources while also evaluating the impact of security measures.
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