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Green, D. R., D. Rix, et al. (1995). The AGI source book for geographic information systems 1996. London, Association for Geographic Information.

Green, D. R., S. Cousins, et al. (1993). Landscape ecology and geographic information systems. London, Taylor & Francis.

Green, N. P. A. (1987). User/system interfaces for geographic information systems, Natural Environment Research Council.

Green, N. P. and D. W. Rhind (1988). Spatial data structures for geographic information systems. London, Birkbeck College.

Green, P. (2003). Gamut mapping and appearance models in graphic arts colour management. Derby, University of Derby.

Greene, P. and R. Dixon (1994). Rome: the comprehensive street-by-street guide with bird's-eye-view mapping. 3-D city guides. London, Duncan Petersen: 143p.: ill., maps; 21cm.

Greene, R. W. (2000). GIS in public policy: using geographic information for more effective government. Redlands, Calif., ESRI.

Greene, R. W. (2002). Confronting catastrophe: a GIS handbook. Redlands, Calif., ESRI; Birmingham: Computer Bookshops.

Greenham, J. A. (1998). The identification and integration of transcripts mapping to human chromosome 16p12.2, University of London.

Greenhood, D. (1944). Down to Earth: Mapping for Everybody. [S.l.], Holiday House.

Greenhood, D. and G. L. Alexander (1964). [Down to Earth.] Mapping. Illustrations by Ralph Graeter. Revised with the assistance of Gerard L. Alexander, pp. xiii. 289. University of Chicago Press: Chicago & London: 8.

Greenhood, D., G. L. Alexander, et al. (1964). Mapping. [By] David Greenhood. Illustrations by Ralph Graeter. Revised with the assistance of Gerard L. Alexander. Chicago & London, University of Chicago Press: 23 x 16 cm. pp. xiii. 289.

Greer, R. (2003). Mapping postmodernism: a survey of Christian options. Downers Grove, Ill., InterVarsity Press.

Gregory, I. (2003). A place in history: a guide to using GIS in historical research. Oxford, Oxbow.

Gregory, R. G. (1988). Fracture mapping in clays: Soil gas surveys at Down Ampney, Gloucestershire. London, Department of the Environment Radioactive Waste (Professional) Division.

Gregory, R. G. and G. A. Duddridge (1991). Fracture mapping in clays, using gas geochemistry: background, design of a mobile laboratory, and surveys in England and Italy: final report, Commission of the European Communities.

Gregory, S. (1998). Report of the fourth international workshop on human chromosome 1 mapping 1998, Karger.

Greninger, M. L., S. Klemperer, et al. (1999). "Geographic information systems (GIS) compilation of geophysical, geologic, and tectonic data for the Circum- North Pacific [electronic resource]."

Griffin, R. (1994). Modernity under the new order: The fascist project for managing the future, Thamesman Publications.

Griffith, R., S. Redding, et al. (2000). Mapping the two faces of R&D: productivity growth in a panel of OECD countries, Institute for Fiscal Studies.

Griffiths, G. H. (1985). Mapping rangeland vegetation in Northern Kenya from landsat data. Birmingham, University of Aston.

Griffiths, J. S. D. (2002). Mapping in engineering geology. Key issues in earth sciences; 1. London, Geological Society: 287 p.: ill., maps; 28 cm.

Grimmelmann, W. F. E., K. D. E. Krampe, et al. (1985). Hydrogeological mapping in Asia and the Pacific Region. Hannover, Heise.

Grimshaw, D. J. and J. R. Maier (1991). The integration of GIS into a marketing DSS, University of Warwick, Business School Research Bureau.

Grist, R. W. (1980). Mapping of the Pneumococcus chromosome, University of London.

Groet, J. (2000). Physical mapping and identification of novel genes in human chromosome 21q11, University of London.

Grossinho, A. L. (1996). Analysis of damaged Norway spruce stands using Landsat Thematic Mapper and geographic information systems, University of London.

Groten, E. (1980). Geodesy and the Earth's Gravity field. Vol 2, Geodynamics and advanced methods. Bonn, Dummler.

Groten, E. and R. Strauss (1988). GPS-techniques applied to geodesy and surveying: International GPS-workshop: Papers. Berlin; New York, Springer-Verlag.

Group, U. K. C. L. A. (1996). Mapping and modelling environmental acidification in the United Kingdom, UK Critical Loads Advisory Group.

Group, U. K. C. L. A. (1997). Deposition fluxes of acidifying compounds in the United Kingdom: a compilation of the current deposition maps and mapping methods (1992-1994) used for critical loads exceedance assessment in the UK, UK Critical Loads Advisory Group.

Grzeschik, K.-H., L.-C. Tsui, et al. (1994). Human chromosome 7 mapping: 1st International workshop: Abstracts and report, Karger.

Gugan, D. J. (1987). Topographic mapping from SPOT imagery, University of London.

Gulatee, B. L. (1948). Report on the Geodetic work of the survey of India for the period 1939-48. [S.l.], International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.

Gumbrecht, H. U. and M. Marrinan (2003). Mapping Benjamin: the work of art in the digital age. Writing science. Stanford, Calif.; [Great Britain], Stanford University Press: xvi, 349 p.; 24 cm.

Gunston, M. (1993). Geographic information systems: a buyer's guide. London, H.M.S.O. [for] CCTA.

Gupta, H. E., R. K. E. Chadha, et al. (2001). The nature of seismic sources and the prediction of earthquakes, Elsevier.

Gurnell, A. M. and D. R. Montgomery (2000). Hydrological applications of GIS. Chichester, John Wiley.

Haak, V. and P. Giese (1988). Mapping the geothermal anomaly on the Island of Milos/Greece by magnetotellurics: final report, Commission of the European Communities.

Haasbroek, N. D., T. Brahe, et al. (1968). Gemma Frisius, Tycho Brahe and Snellius and their triangulations, Delft: Rijkscommissie voor Geodesie.

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