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Andersen, E., T. Krarup, et al. (1956). Geodetic Tables. International ellipsoid. The tables have been calculated under the direction of Einar Andersen by Torben Krarup and Bjarner Svejgaard, Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri: KÝbenhavn.

Andersen, J. E. (2002). Asymptotic faithfulness of the quantum SU (n) representations of the mapping class groups. Aarhus, MaPhySto: 19 p.; 21 cm.

Andersen, O. B. E. (1989). Modern techniques in geodesy and surveying: 2nd Nordic research course in geodesy and surveying: Papers, Kort og Matrikelstyrelsen.

Anderson, A. J. and A. Cazenave (1986). Space geodesy and geodynamics. London, Academic Press.

Anderson, C. W. and R. I. Smith (1998). Ozone dose mapping and the utility of models, University of Sheffield, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Probability and Statistics Section.

Anderson, P. L. (2005). Business economics and finance with MATLAB, GIS and simulation models. Boca Raton, Fla.; London, Chapman & Hall/CRC.

Andrews, J. H. (2003). Sir Richard Bingham and the mapping of western Ireland. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy. Section C, archaeology, Celtic studies, history, linguistics, literature, 0035-8991; v. 103C, no. 3. Dublin, Royal Irish Academy: 1 v.: ill., maps; 25 cm.

Andronikov, V. L. E. (1993). Geografiia i kartografiia pochv, Nauka.

Ansal, A. E. and D. E. Slejko (2001). Seizmic risk maps and scenarios: protecting tools against earthquakes, Elsevier.

Anselin, L., S. Hudak, et al. (1993). Spatial data analysis and GIS: interfacing GIS and econometric software, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis.

Antenucci, J. C. (1991). Geographic information systems: a guide to the technology. New York; London, Chapman & Hall.

Antenucci, J. C. (1994). Geographic information system frontiers: guide to the technology, Chapman & Hall.

Antiques of the, O. (1994). Mapping the continent of Asia. Singapore, Antiques of the Orient: 88p.: maps; 30cm.

Antonacopoulou, E. P. (2006). Learning, working and living: mapping the terrain of working life learning. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan: xvi, 260 p.; 23 cm.

Aprahamian, A. E. and R. F. Casten (2002). Mapping the triangle, AIP.

Arabelos, D. and M. Vermeer (1996). Gravity field mapping from a combination of satellite altimetry and sea gravimetry in the Mediterranean Sea. Reports of the Finnish Geodetic Institute, 0355-1962; 96:1. Masala, Finnish Geodetic Institute: 22p.: ill.; 30cm.

Aranda-Mena, G. (2003). Mapping workers' cognitive structures of construction site hazards. Reading, University of Reading: xiv, 354 leaves: ill.; 31 cm.

Archibald, S. D. (2002). Analysis and mapping of the bovine MHC class I region. Reading, University of Reading: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Arctur, D. and M. Zeiler (2004). Designing geodatabases: case studies in GIS data modeling. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Aref, W. G. (2001). ACM-GIS 2001: proceedings of the 9th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, November 9-10, 2001, Atlanta, GA, USA. New York, ACM Press.

Arlinghaus, S. L. (1994). Practical handbook of digital mapping: terms and concepts. Boca Raton; London, CRC Press: 335 p., [8] p. of plates: ill. (some col.), maps (some col.); 25 cm.

Armitage, G. (1997). The shadow of the moon: British solar eclipse mapping in the eighteenth century. Tring, Herts, Map Collector Publications: 46p.: ill(some col.), facsims.,maps(some col.),ports.; 26cm.

Armstrong, B. and J. Moore (1983). Computer mapping using the gimms package. GLC statistical series; no 26, Greater London Council.

Army, E. and M. N. Macleod (1920). Mapping from Air Photographs. (Compiled by Lieut.-Colonel M. N. Macleod.), pp. 66. pl. 6. London: fol.

Arnold, C. (2002). The geography book: activities for exploring, mapping, and enjoying your world. New York, Wiley: iv, 108 p.: ill.; 28 cm.

Aronoff, S. (1989). Geographic information systems: a management perspective. Ottowa, WDL Publications.

Aronoff, S. (2005). Remote sensing for GIS managers. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Arora, S. and S. Gillam (1999). Mapping primary care groups in London. King's Fund primary care series. London, King's Fund: 32 p.; 30 cm.

Arroyo-Bishop, D. E. (1996). Remote sensing for geography, geology, land planning and cultural heritage, SPIE.

Artimo, K. E. and M. E. Laurema (1997). FIG Commission 2 joint workshop. [np], [nd], NTIS.

Artscanada (1974). On maps and mapping. Toronto, Artscanada: 106p.: ill., maps; 30cm.

Ashworth, B., R. Derrick, et al. (2000). Mapping our world: an innovative approach to mapwork for ages 9-13. Oxford, Oxfam GB: 16, [16] p.: maps; 21 x 30 cm.

Aslakson, C. I. (1936). Instructions to Lightkeepers on First-order Triangulation. (Third edition.), pp. iii. 26. Washington.

Aslakson, C. I. a. S. and C. H. Swick (1943). Gravity Observations in Peru and Colombia, pp. 18. Washington.

Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences. Committee on, G. (1978). Geodesy: trends and prospects. Washington, D.C., National Academy of Sciences.

Association for Geographic, I. (1997). Emergency services GIS survey, Association for Geographic Information.

Association for Geographic, I. (1998). Local government GIS survey, Association for Geographic Information.

Association of University, T. (1997). Higher education in the UK: mapping the future; standards for our universities, students, professionals, research and our country programme for the general election 1997, Association of University Teachers.

Astill, A. G. and A. P. Smith (1993). Temperature mapping in flames, AEA Technology, Combustion Centre.

Ateitalla, I. M. (1996). Mapping genes involved in regulating carcinogen metabolism, University of Nottingham.

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