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Casey, J. (1889). A treatise on Spherical Trigonometry and its application to Geodesy and Astronomy with Numerous Examples. Dublin, Hodges Figgis and Co.

Castle, G. H. (1993). Profiting from a geographic information system. Ft. Collins, Colo., USA, GIS World.

Castoro, A. (1999). Mapping reservoir properties through pre-stack seismic attribute analysis, University of London.

Castro, C. A. and I. Locker (2000). Mapping conservation investments: an assessment of biodiversity funding in Latin America and the Caribbean = Dónde se invierte en biodiversidad; una evaluación del financiamiento para la biodiversidad en América Latina y el Caribe. Washington; [Great Britain], Biodiversity Support Program: 79 p.: ill. (some col.), maps); 28 cm.

Cave, M. H. (1994). Evaluation of thrombolytic therapy in acute myocardial infarction using multisignal digital electrocardiographic mapping, Queen's University of Belfast.

Ceccarelli, T. (1997). Towards a planning support system for communal areas in the Zambezi Valley, Zimbabwe: a multi criteria evaluation linking farm household analysis, land evaluation and Geographic Information Systems, ITC Publications.

Central Metropolitan College of, T. (1989). Student mapping. Perth, W.A., Wembley Campus, Central Metropolitan College of Tafe: 1 atlas (27 maps); 30x42cm.

Chadwick, I. (1985). Mapping the Atari. Greensboro, Compute! Publications: xxxii,270p.

Chainey, S. and J. Ratcliffe (2005). GIS and crime mapping. Mastering GIS. Chichester, John Wiley: xiii, 428 p.: ill., maps; 23 cm.

Chambers, C. (2000). Deserts. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chambers, C. (2000). Islands. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chambers, C. (2000). Lakes. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chambers, C. (2000). Mountains. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chambers, C. (2000). Oceans and seas. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chambers, C. (2000). Rivers. Oxford, Heinemann Library.

Chan, D. and L. C. Struik (1995). Spruce tree chemistry to assist in geological mapping of an overburden-covered extensional fault, central British Columbia, Geological Survey of Canada.

Chan, K. (1999). Digest: a primer for the international GIS standard. Boca Raton, Fla.; London, Lewis Publishers.

Chance, J. and R. O. Wells (1985). Mapping the cosmos. Houston, Tex., Rice University Press.

Chang, K.-T. (2002). Introduction to geographic information systems. Boston; London, McGraw-Hill.

Chapman, E. F. S. K. C. B. (1895). Paper. on the Mapping of Africa, read before the International Geographical Congress in London on July 31, 1895, pp. 6. [London: fol.

Chappell, A. (1995). Geostatistical mapping and ordination analyses of "1"3"7CS-derived net soil flux in south-west Niger, University of London.

Chartered Society of, P. (2002). Physiotherapy assistants role mapping project: final report, Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Chasseaud, P. (1987). Trench mapping: Military survey and large-scale mapping on the Western Front 1914-18 (British experience & practice): a talk at the British Library, Map Library on 7th March 1987. [London], [s.n.]: 17,[2] leaves; 31cm.

Chasseaud, P. (1999). Artillery's astrologers: a history of British survey & mapping on the Western Front 1914-1918. Lewes, Mapbooks: xviii, 558 p.: ill., maps, ports.; 31 cm.

Chasseaud, P. H. L. (2003). An analysis and evaluation of British, French and German military field survey and mapping in the First World War: which country produced the best survey and mapping of the Western Front? Peter Hugh Lawrence Chasseaud, London: University of Greenwich: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Chatterji, J. (1973). On the utilisation of the satellite geodesy coordinates of Manora Peak (Nalini Tal), determined by S.A.O. Dehra Dun, Govt. Press.

Chaudhuri, J. (1988). Rules for mapping a conceptual model into various data base management systems, University of Aston in Birmingham.

Chayakula, T. (2004). Airborne SAR/IfSAR for mapping in urban areas. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Chen, C. (2002). Mapping scientific frontiers: the quest for knowledge visualisation. London, Springer: 256p.; 25cm.

Chen, X. (1982). The mapping of spectral coefficients and it's application, University of Bath School of Electrical Engineering.

Chen, X. and G. M. Megson (1993). A methodology of partitioning and mapping for given regular arrays with lower dimension, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Computing Science.

Chen, Y. (2004). GIS and remote sensing in hydrology, water resources and environment. Wallingford, International Association of Hydrological Sciences.

Chimot-Marolle, P. N. C. (1997). Identification and mapping of the RPp8 cluster disease resistance genes in Arabidopsis Thaliana, that recognise Peronospora Parasitica, University of London.

Chirico, P. and J. B. Epstein. (2000). "Geographic information system analysis of topographic change in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the last century [electronic resource]."

Chishitsu, C. s. (2001). Urban geoscientific data of east and southeast Asia: GIS data sets of 11 cities. Ibaraki-ken, Geological Survey of Japan: 2 computer optical disks; 4 3/4 in.

Chitty, N. (2002). Mapping globalization. Penang, Southbound: xii, 239 p.; 22 cm.

Cho, G. (1998). Geographic information systems and the law: mapping the legal frontiers. Chichester, Wiley: xix,337p.: ill.; 24cm.

Chou, Y.-H. (1997). Exploring spatial analysis in geographic information systems. Santa Fe, OnWord Press.

Chrisman, N. R. (2002). Exploring geographic information systems. New York; Chichester, Wiley.

Chrisp, P. (1996). Mapping the unknown. Quest. Hove, Wayland: 48 p.: ill., maps; 28 cm.

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