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Colombo, O. L. E. (1992). From Mars to Greenland: charting gravity with space and airborne instruments: fields, tides, methods, results: Symposium entitled "Determination of the gravity field by space and airborne methods": 20th General assembly: Papers. New York, Springer-Verlag.

Combs, M. (1996). Mapping the minefield: a framework for analysis at the soft end of systems development, University of Humberside, Centre for Systems and Information Sciences.

Commission, U. S. O. A. M. R. (1929). Descriptions, Elevations, and Geodetic Positions of Permanent Marks, Survey Mississippi River above Cairo, Ill, pp. iv. 263. Washington.

Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom. Staff Development, A. (1997). Occupational and functional mapping of the higher education sector in Great Britain: final report, Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom, Staff Development Agency.

Confederation of British, I. (1997). Getting into shape: results of the CONTOUR pilot study, Confederation of British Industry.

Congalton, R. G. and H. T. Mowrer (1999). Quantifying spatial uncertainty in natural resources: theory and applications for GIS and remote sensing. Chelsea, Mi., Ann Arbor Press.

Congalton, R. G. and K. Green (1999). Assesssing the accuracy of remotely sensed data: principles and practices. Boca Raton; London, Lewis Publications.

Conklin, E. J. (2005). Dialogue mapping: building shared understanding of wicked problems. Chichester, John Wiley: 242 p.

Connor, D. (2003). Scoping study for the mapping of the benthos of the north-east Atlantic shelf. Peterborough, Joint Nature Conservation Committee: 40 p.: ill., maps; 30 cm.

Conway, S. (1997). Focal innovation action-sets: a methodological approach for mapping innovation networks, Aston Business School Research Institute.

Cooke, M., I. Malley, et al. (1994). Mapping the links between information and advice centres in rural Leicestershire. British Library R&D report; 6174. Boston Spa, British Library Research and Development Department: iv,30p.: forms; 30cm.

Corn, J. (1992). Mapping skills. Specials! Dunstable, Folens: 48 p.

Corwin, D. L. E. and K. E. Loague (1996). Applications of GIS to the modeling of non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone. Madison, WI, SSSA.

Corwin, D. L., K. M. Loague, et al. (1999). Assessment of non-point source pollution in the vadose zone. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union.

Cottam, H. (2000). An ontological framework for knowledge mapping, University of Nottingham.

Council for the Protection of Rural, E. (2002). Mapping local food webs: methodology and survey: mapping the complex links between local producers, services and communities provides a powerful tool that can help safeguard local economies, Council for the Protection of Rural England.

Courant, R. (1950). Dirichlet's Principle, Conformal Mapping, and Minimal Surfaces. With an appendix by M. Schiffer. [Pure and Applied Mathematics. vol. 3.], pp. xiii. 330. Interscience Publishers: New York: 8.

Cowie, H. M. (1900). Method of Measuring Geodetic Bases by means of Colby's Compensated Bars, etc. [With plates.], pp. 27. Dehra Dun.

Cowper, O. R. (1986). Mapping the Commodore 128. Greensboro, N.C., Compute! ix,689p.: ill.

Cox, A. W. (2002). Supply chains, markets and power: mapping buyer and supplier power regimes. London, Routledge: xix, 268 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Cox, D. W. and W. McBride (1994). Human chromosome 14 mapping: 1st International workshop: Papers, abstracts and report, Karger.

Craglia, M. (1991). GIS in Italian urban planning, University of Sheffield, Department of Town and Regional Planning.

Cramer, R. E. and D. C. Winslow (1963). A Workbook in Essentials of Cartography and Mapping. [By] Robert E. Cramer. Edited by David C. Winslow. Dubuque, Iowa, Wm. C. Brown Co.: 28 x 21.5 cm. pp. xiii. 215.

Crandall, C. L. (1907). Text-Book on Geodesy and Least Squares. Prepared for the use of civil engineering students, pp. x. 329. John Wiley & Sons: New York; Chapman & Hall: London.

Creative Industries Task, F. (2001). Creative industries mapping document, Creative Industries Task Force.

Creavin, T. A. D. G. (1999). Transcriptional mapping of human chromosome 16p12.3-p12.2, University of London.

Crombaghs, M., E. d. Min, et al. (2002). The first absolute gravity measurements in The Netherlands: period 1991-1999. Delft, NCG.

Cromley, E. K. and S. L. McLafferty (2002). GIS and public health. New York; London, Guilford.

Croon, C. H. and J. H. Senne (1971). Photogrammetric surveys and mapping: proceedings. Rolla, Mo., Department of Civil Engineering, University of Missouri; Rolla: American Society of Photogrammetry: iv, 59p.; 31cm.

Cross, P. A. (1981). The geodetic suite. London, North East London Polytechnic, Department of Land Surveying.

Cross, P. A. E. (1995). United Kingdom research on geodesy 1991-1994: 21st General assembly: Report, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Cross, P. A., J. R. Hollwey, et al. (1980). Geodetic appreciation. London ([Forest Rd., E17 4JB]), North East London Polytechnic, Department of Land Surveying.

Cross, S. S. and R. F. Harrison (1998). Making the distinction between Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis by histopathological examination: a comparison of human performance, logistic regression and adaptive resonance theory mapping neural networks (ARTMAP), University of Sheffield, Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering.

Crosta, A. P. (1990). Mapping of residual soils by remote sensing for mineral exploration in SW Minas Gerais State, Brasil, University of London.

Cullen, C. M. (1995). Body surface mapping in the diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction, Queen's University of Belfast.

Culley, F. L. (1940). Triangulation in New Mexico, 1927 datum, pp. iv. 306. Washington.

Cumming, W. P. (1988). Mapping the North Carolina coast: sixteenth-century cartography and the Roanoke voyages. [Raleigh, N.C.], Division of Archives and History, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources: xii,143p.: ill.; 28cm.

Cummins, P. and T. Rathwell (1991). Geographical information systems and the National Health Service: a report of a survey, Association for Geographic Information.

Curtis, S., P. Ross, et al. (2001). Mapping multi-sectoral mental health services in city and East London: a project to investigate local need, equity and resource distribution, Queen Mary, University of London, Institute of Community Health Sciences.

Cutts, N. and K. Hemingway (1996). The Solway Firth: broad scale habitat mapping, Scottish Natural Heritage.

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