Geography is the science of our world. This simple, yet powerful and resonating statement not only explains the purpose of geography as a science, but, at the same time, opens new doors and allows us to look upon it as a building stone to understanding a host of human activities, many of which are not connected to geography in a traditional way. (GIS website,2007) These new doors could be opened mainly because of the use of Geographic Information System (GIS). The powerful system integrates different types of software and hardware and couples them with data thus allowing scientists to capture, manage, analyze and display different forms of geographical information. The purpose ...