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Dyson, A. and E. Robson (1999). School, family, community: mapping school inclusion in the UK, Youth Work Press.

Earthy, P. J. (1997). Psychological context effects in preference and preference mapping, University of Reading.

Easa, S. and Y. Chan (2000). Urban planning and development applications of GIS. Reston, Va., ASCE.

Eastwood, S. (2004). Error mapping and analysis for hybrid parallel kinematic machines. Nottingham, University of Nottingham: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Ebner, H. E. (1999). Automatic extraction of GIS objects from digital imagery, ISPRS.

Eck, J. R. R. v. (1993). Analyse van transportnetwerken in GIS: voor sociaal-geografisch onderzoek. Utrecht, Koninklijk Nederlands Aardrijkskundig Genootschap: Faculteit Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen Universiteit Utrecht.

Economist Intelligence, U. (2000). Property and casualty: mapping the future, Economist Intelligence Unit.

Edgar, G. (1990). A precision interferometric optical heterogeneity mapping system, University of Aberdeen.

Edney, M. H. (1990). Mapping an empire: the geographical construction of British India, 1765-1843. Chicago; London, University of Chicago Press, 1997: xv,458p.: ill., facsims.,maps,ports.; 24cm.

Edralin, J. S. and J. S. Edralin (1990). Geographic information systems applications for urban and regional planning: International conference: Report, United Nations Centre for Regional Development.

Edson, E. (1997). Mapping time and space: how medieval mapmakers viewed their world. British Library studies in map history; v.1. London, British Library: xii,210p.,[8]p. of plates: ill(some col.); 26 cm.

Edwards, K. D. (2003). Mapping circadian temperature compensation QTL in Arabidopsis thaliana. Coventry, University of Warwick: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Egenhofer, M. J. and R. G. Golledge (1998). Spatial and temporal reasoning in geographic information systems. New York; Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Ehlers, M. (2004). Remote sensing for environmental monitoring, GIS applications, and geology IV, SPIE.

Ehlers, M. and M. Ulrich (2005). Remote sensing for environmental monitoring, GIS applications, and geology V, SPIE.

Ehlers, M. E. (2002). Remote sensing for environmental monitoring, GIS applications and geology II, SPIE.

Ehrenberg, R. E. (1973). Geographical exploration and mapping in the 19th century: a survey of the records in the National Archives. Washington, National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration: vii,22p.; 23cm.

Ehrenberg, R. E. (1989). The earth revealed: aspects of geologic mapping: catalog of the exhibition. Washington, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress: vii,37p.; 28cm.

Eijndhoven, S. J. L. v. (1983). Analyticity spaces, trajectory spaces and linear mapping between them. [Eindhoven?], [S.J.L. van Eijndhoven?]: 202p.; 22cm.

Elden, S. (1998). Mapping the present: space and history in the work of Friedrich Nietzsche, Martin Heidegger and Michel Foucault, Brunel University.

Elden, S. (2001). Mapping the present: Heidegger, Foucault and the project of a spatial history. London, Continuum: xiv, 217 p.; 24 cm.

Elgered, G. E. (1996). Proceedings of the eleventh working meeting on European VLBI for geodesy and astronomy, The University.

Elliot, J. (1987). The city in maps: urban mapping to 1900. London, The British Library: 88p.

Ellis, J. B. (1999). Impacts of urban growth on surface water and groundwater quality: proceedings of an international symposium held during IUGG 99, the XXII General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, at Birmingham, UK 18-30 July 1999. Wallingford, IAHS.

Elmer, G. (2004). Profiling machines: mapping the personal information economy. Cambridge, Mass.; London, MIT: x, 179 p.; 24 cm.

Embashi, M. R. M. (1998). Mapping sub-pixel variation in land cover at the global scale using NOAA AVHRR imagery, University of Southampton.

Emberson, L. D. (1996). Defining and mapping relative potential sensitivity of European vegetation to ozone, University of London.

Emilsen, S. E. and W. W. Emilsen (2000). Mapping the landscape: essays in Australian and New Zealand Christianity; Festschrift in honour of Professor Jan Breward. American university studies. Series IX, History; v. 193. New York, P. Lang: viii, 356 p.: port; 23 cm.

Empson, H. (1992). Mapping Hong Kong: a historical atlas. [Hong Kong], Government Information Services: 249p.

England. War Office. Department of the General Staff. Geographical Section, a. D. o. M. S. and S. T. S. Rubin (1933). Report on the Measurement of the Arc of the Thirtieth Meridan in North-Eastern Rhodesia executed by Dr. T. Rubin under the direction of Sir David Gill, pp. 123. London.

English, N. (1997). Broad scale biological mapping of Plymouth Sound and Estuaries: 1997, English Nature.

Engsager, K. (1998). Integration of satellite data in local geodetic networks. KÝbenhavn, Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen.

Environmental Technology Best Practice, P. (1999). Waste mapping: your route to more profit. [S.l.], Environmental Technology Best Practice Programme: 26 p. (1 folding): col.ill,map,plan; 30cm. + 1 sheet of col. stickers.

Epp, H. E. and C. E. Taylor (1995). Proceedings of the seventeenth Canadian symposium on remote sensing. Ottawa, CASI.

Epstein, C. J. E. (1993). The phenotypic mapping of down syndrome and other aneuploid conditions: Conference: Papers. New York, Wiley-Liss.

Erenyi, I. E. (1994). Mapping signal and image processing algorithms onto parallel processors: Workshop: Papers, The Academy.

Erenyi, I. E. and G. E. Nemeth (1994). Mapping signal and image processing algorithms onto parallel processors and efficient texture analysis: advanced methods, application: Joint workshop: Papers, The Academy.

Erickson, W. (1996). Mapping the Faerie Queene: quest structures and the world of the poem. New York; London, Garland: 150p.; 23cm.

Erkkila, K. (2000). Entrepreneurial education: mapping the debates in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Finland. New York; London, Garland: 1 v.; 22cm.

Estrada Belli, F. (1999). The archaeology of complex societies in southeastern Pacific coastal Guatemala: a regional GIS approach. Oxford, British Archaeological Reports.


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