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Bartnicka, M., S. P. Bartnicki, et al. (1993). GIS implementation in Poland: methodological doubts and practical solutions, University of Leeds, School of Geography.

Bateman, I., A. A. Lovett, et al. (2003). Applied environmental economics: a GIS approach to cost-benefit analysis. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

Bates, D. R. S. (1963). Theoretical Interpretation of Upper Atmosphere Emissions. Edited by D. R. Bates. Reprinted from Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 10, 1963. [Proceedings of an International Astronomical Union Symposium held in Paris, 25th-29th June 1962 jointly with the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.] Eng. & Fr, pp. 264. Pergamon Press: New York; Belfast printed.

Batty, J. (1977). An evaluation of the various LANDSAT analytical techniques available in New Zealand with respect to land use - land cover and vegetation mapping, University of Auckland.

Baumgartner, M. F. E., G. A. E. Schultz, et al. (1997). Remote sensing and geographic information systems for design and operation of water resources systems, IAHS.

Beall, S. (1925). Astronomic Determinations by United States Coast and Geodetic Survey and other organizations, pp. v. 337. Washington.

Becker, C. M. and R. G. Thobaben (1992). Common warfare: parallel memoirs by two World War II GIs in the Pacific. Jefferson, N.C.; London, McFarland.

Becker, F. D. and F. Steele (1995). Workplace by design: mapping the high-performance workscape. San Francisco, Jossey-Bass Publishers: xvi, 228 p.: ill.; 25 cm.

Beckett-Bowen, G. (1997). Autoepitope mapping of the Asialoglycoprotein receptor, University of London.

Belfield, C. R., A. Bullock, et al. (1997). Mapping the careers of highly qualified workers, Higher Education Funding Council for England.

Belk, D. G. (1992). Thermal mapping for a highway gritting network, University of Sheffield.

Bell, S. (1999). Tranquillity mapping as an aid to forest planning, Great Britain, Forestry Commission.

Bell, S. R. (1992). The Cauchy transform, potential theory, and conformal mapping. Boca Raton, Fl., CRC Press.

Belli, F. E. (1999). The archaeology of complex societies in Southeastern Pacific coastal Guatemala: a regional GIS approach. Oxford, J. and E. Hedges.

Belliveau, J. E. (1996). Second international conference on functional mapping of the human brain, Academic Press.

Benciolini, B. (2001). IV Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy: Trento, Italy, September 14-17, 1998. New York, Springer.

Bendall, A. S. (1989). The mapping of rural estates: a case-study of Cambridgeshire c.1600-1836, University of Cambridge.

Bender, S. and I. Berry (2001). The world according to the newest and most exact observations: mapping art + science. [Saratoga Springs, N.Y.], Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College: 96 p.: col. ill., maps; 28 cm.

Bennett, T. (2001). Cultural policy and cultural diversity: mapping the policy domain. Strasbourg, Council of Europe Pub.: 75 p.; 18 cm.

Bentley, R. (1991). Local government geographic information system product software functional requirements specification. [Luton], LGMB.

Berakdar, J. (2006). Electronic correlation mapping: from finite to extended systems. Weinheim; [Chichester], Wiley-VCH: xiii, 192 p.: ill. (some col.); 25 cm.

Bergman, S. (1970). The kernel function and conformal mapping. Providence, R.I., American Mathematical Society: x, 257 p.: illus.; 26 cm.

Bernhardsen, T. (1992). Geographic information systems. Arendal, Norway, Viak IT.

Bernhardsen, T. (2002). Geographic information systems: an introduction. New York; Chichester, Wiley.

Bernussou, J. (1977). Point mapping stability. Oxford, Pergamon: xi,103p.: ill.; 26cm.

Berry, J. K. and N. Waters (1995). Spatial reasoning for effective GIS. Fort Collins, Colo., GIS World Books.

Best, M. E. E. (1992). Resistivity mapping and electromagnetic imaging: Short course: Notes, Geological Association of Canada.

Bettinger, P. and M. G. Wing (2004). Geographic information systems: applications in forestry and natural resources management. Boston [Mass.]; London, McGraw-Hill, Higher Education.

Beutler, G. E. (1996). GPS trends in precise terrestrial, airborne, and spaceborne applications, Springer-Verlag.

Bian, L. E. (2004). GIS for environmental modeling, Elsevier.

Bibby, P. and N. Chowdry (2001). Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and housing needs, Housing Corporation.

Bien, J. R. (1895). Atlas of the State of New York. Prepared under the direction of Joseph R. Bien. from original surveys and various local surveys revised and corrected. Based on the triangulations of the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Lake Survey and the New York State Survey. New York, Julius Bien & Co.

Bies, J. D. and R. A. Long (1983). Mapping and topographic drafting. Cincinnati, South-Western Publishing: vii,264p.: ill., maps; 26cm.

Bietti, A. E. (1996). Theoretical and methodological problems, A.B.A.C.O. Edizioni.

Bilby, J. S. (1923). Reconnaissance and Signal Building. [With plates.], pp. v. 77. Washington.

Bilby, J. S. (1940). Bilby Steel Tower for Triangulation. (Revised edition.), pp. iii. 27. Washington.

Bilby, J. S. (1943). Signal Building. [With plates.], pp. iv. 43. Washington.

Bilker, M. and H. Kaartinen (2001). The quality of real-time kinematic (RTK) GPS positioning. Kirkkonummi, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Billings, S. A. and J. C. Peyton Jones (1989). Mapping nonlinear integro differential equations into the frequency domain, University of Sheffield, Department of Control Engineering.

Birch, P. J. (1983). The structure and the generation of near-rings of group mapping. London, Council for National Academic Awards.

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