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Brebbia, C. A. and P. Pascolo (2002). Management information systems 2002: incorporating GIS and remote sensing. Southampton, WIT Press.

Bredenkamp, G. E. (1998). Vegetation mapping: theory, methods and case studies. Uppsala, Opulus Press.

Breman, J. (2002). Marine geography: GIS for the oceans and seas. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Brereton, N. R. and D. H. Hall (1983). Groundwater discharge mapping at Altnabreac by thermal infra-red linescan surveying. Harwell, Institute of Geological Sciences Fluid Processes Unit.

Bretreger, K. (1978). Earth tide effects on geodetic observations. Kensington, N.S.W., School of Surveying, University of New South Wales.

Briggs, D. J. (2002). GIS for emergency preparedness and health risk reduction. Dordrecht; London, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Briggs, D. J. and D. A. S. Tantram (1997). Using GIS for countryside management: the experience of National Parks, Great Britain, Countryside Commission.

Brimicombe, A. (2003). GIS, environmental modelling and engineering. London, Taylor & Francis.

British Library, B. (1994). Mapping the market: a survey of co-operative developments in the field of business information provision, British Library Board.

Brody, E. (2002). Property-tax exemption for charities: mapping the battlefield. Washington, D.C., The Urban Institute Press.

Bromley, R. D. F. and M. G. Coulson (1989). Geographical information systems and the work of a local authority: the case of Swansea City Council, University College Swansea, Department of Geography.

Brønn, P. S. (2000). Mapping the strategic orientation of public relations managers, Brunel University.

Brooks, K. and J. R. Pease (1978). Geographic information systems: a review. Corvallis, Oregon State University Extension Service.

Brose, E. (1995). Identification and mapping of genes in Arabidopsis thaliana that recognise Albugo candida, University of London.

Brotton, J. (1997). Trading territories: mapping the early modern world. Picturing history. London, Reaktion: 208p.: ill. (some col.), charts (some col.), facsims., maps (some col.), ports. (some col.); 25cm.

Brown, A. and W. Feringa (2003). Colour basics for GIS users. Harlow, Prentice Hall.

Brown, C. J., A. J. Hewer, et al. (2001). Mapping of gravel biotopes and an examination of the factors controlling the distribution, type and diversity of their biological communities, Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science.

Brown, E. J. (1936). A Determination of the Relative Values of Gravity at Potsdam and Washington, pp. ii. 15. pl. 3. Washington.

Brown, J. and M. Wardle (1996). Chance favours the prepared mind: leadership, teamwork and mapping change for human resources. London, H.M.S.O.: 320p.; 24cm.

Brown, P. S. (1966). All things uncertain: the story of the G.I.S, Girl Guides Association.

Browne, M. A. E. and A. N. Morigi (1993). Report of the Quaternary mapping methods project, British Geological Survey.

Brunner, F. K. (1984). Geodetic refraction: effects of electromagnetic wave propagation through the atmosphere. Berlin, Springer.

Brunner, F. K. (1998). Advances in positioning and reference frames: international symposium no. 118: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, September 3-9, 1997. New York, Springer.

Brunner, F. K. E. (1984). Geodetic refraction: effects of electromagnetic wave propagation through the atmosphere: Symposium on advances in geodetic refraction: General meeting: Papers. Berlin, Springer.

Brunner, F. K. E. and C. E. Rizos (1990). Developments in four-dimensional geodesy: Ron S. Mather symposium: Selected revised papers, Springer-Verlag.

Bryan, J. (1983). The development of a system of chromosomal mapping for Agrobacterium tumefaciens, utilising a broad host range plasmid R68.45, University of Leeds.

Buchanan, H., D. Fairbairn, et al. (1999). Using geographic information systems for site selection, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Buckler, J. A. (2005). Mapping St. Petersburg: imperial text and cityshape. Princeton, N.J.; Oxford, Princeton University Press: [xi], 364 p.; 25 cm.

Budd, J. T. C. and M. G. Coulson (1981). Ecological mapping of the intertidal zone of Chichester Harbour 1981. Banbury, Nature Conservancy Council Information and Library Services.

Budhwar, P. S. (1996). Cognitive mapping technique to study managerial cognitions: methodology considered, Manchester Business School.

Bunn, N. R. (1990). Surface mapping of the higher order structure of chromatin, Portsmouth Polytechnic.

Bunting, A. H. E. (1987). Agricultural environments: characterization, classification and mapping: Workshop on agro-ecological characterization, classification and mapping: Papers. Wallingford, CAB International.

Burden, P. D. (1996). The mapping of North America: a list of printed maps, 1511-1670. Rickmansworth, Raleigh Publications: xxxiv, 568 p.: ill., maps (some col.); 37 cm.

Burgess, A. P. (1996). The reliability and validity of topographical mapping of EEG in the localisation of cognitive function, University of London.

Burke, J. (2004). Regularised regression in QTL mapping. Reading, University of Reading: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Burns, M. J. (1997). Quantitative trait loci mapping in 'Arabidopsis': theory and practice. Birmingham, University of Birmingham: 310 leaves: ill.; 30 cm.

Burnside, C. D. (1985). Mapping from aerial photographs. London, Collins.

Burrard, S. G. S. B. (1912). On the Origin of the Himalaya Mountains. A consideration of the geodetic evidence, pp. 26. pl. II. Calcutta.

Burridge, D. (1993). Voluntary organisations: their size and advice needs; NCVO's mapping exercise for England, National Council for Voluntary Organisations.

Burrough, P. A. and A. U. Frank (1996). Geographic objects with indeterminate boundaries. London, Taylor & Francis.

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