6 August 2007 Architecture design of the national plant treasure management information system based on GIS: a case study of Gugong Date Garden in Hebei province
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"Gugong Date Garden", lies in Juguan Village, Qijiawu County, Huanghua City, China. It is the largest forest of winter date in this world, which is the longest in history, largest in area and best in quality and it is also included in the first group of national main protected units of botanic cultural relics. However, it is lacking of uniform management platform and modes. According to the specific characteristics of botanic cultural relics preservation, the author sets up the "Plant Treasure Management Information System" for "Gugong Date Garden", based on the Geographic information system (GIS), Internet, database and virtual reality technologies, along with the idea of modern customer management systems. This system is designed for five types of users, named system administrators, cultural relic supervisors, researchers, farmers and tourists, with the aim of realizing integrated managements of ancient trees' protection, scientific researches, tourism and explorations altogether, so as to make better management, protection, and utilizations.
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Shaoling Shen, Shaoling Shen, Renjie Li, Renjie Li, Dongdong Shen, Dongdong Shen, Chunyan Tong, Chunyan Tong, Xueqing Fu, Xueqing Fu, } "Architecture design of the national plant treasure management information system based on GIS: a case study of Gugong Date Garden in Hebei province", Proc. SPIE 6754, Geoinformatics 2007: Geospatial Information Technology and Applications, 675437 (6 August 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.765257; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.765257
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