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Habron, A. D. (1998). Defining wild land in Scotland through G.I.S. based wilderness perception mapping, University of Stirling.

Hackley, C. W. (1851). A treatise on trigonometry, plane and spherical, with its application to navigation and surveying. astronomy and geodesy, with. tables, etc. A new edition, with extensive. improvements, New York.

Hafner, V. V. (2004). Adaptive navigation strategies in biorobotics: visual homing and cognitive mapping in animals and machines. Berichte aus der Robotik. Aachen, Shaker Verlag: x, 258 p.: ill.; 21 cm.

Haigh, S. (1995). Mapping a tradition: Francophone women's writing from Guadeloupe, University of Nottingham.

Haight, F. J. (1930). Tides and Currents in Chesapeake Bay and Tributaries. By F. J. Haight. and H. E. Finnegan and G. L. Anderson. [With maps.]. [U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Special publication no. 162.], pp. vi. 143. Washington: 8º.

Haight, F. J. (1938). Currents in St. Johns River, Savannah River, and Intervening Waterways. [With plates.], pp. iv. 58. Washington.

Haines-Young, R., D. Green, et al. (1991). Landscape ecology and geographic information systems, Taylor & Francis.

Hains, B. A., M. G. Culshaw, et al. (1991). Applied geological mapping in the Wrexham area: geology and land-use planning, British Geological Survey.

Hall, S. S. (1992). Mapping the next millennium: the discovery of new geographies. New York, Random House.

Hall, S. S. (1993). Mapping the next millennium. New York, Vintage: xvi,477p.,[16]p. of plates: ill(some col), maps; 21cm.

Hallam, C. A. E. (1996). GIS and water resources, AWRA.

Halls, P. J. (2001). Spatial information and the environment. London, Taylor & Francis.

Halstead, F. (1970). GIs speak out against the war; the case of the Ft. Jackson 8; interviews of participants by Fred Halstead. New York, N.Y., Pathfinder Press.

Ham, P. v. and S. Medvedev (2002). Mapping European security after Kosovo. Manchester, Manchester University Press: x, 197 p.; 24 cm.

Hamilton, A. C. and L. M. Sebert (1996). Significant dates in Canadian surveying mapping and charting. Ottawa, Geomatica Press: 32p.; 28cm.

Hámor, T. and M. D'Alessandro (2004). The last environmental medium: A mapping of the European Union Community legislation with regard to provisions on soil. EUR (Series); 21063 EN. Luxembourg, Official Publication of the European Communities: 58 p.: col. ill.; 30 cm.

Hamzah, K. A. B. (1997). Inventory mapping of tropical peat swamp forest resources using microwave remote sensing, University of Reading.

Hancock, W. S. (1996). New methods in peptide mapping for the characterization of proteins. Boca Raton; London, CRC Press: 246p.: ill.; 25cm.

Hanna, K. C. and R. B. Culpepper (1998). GIS in site design: new tools for design professionals. New York; Chichester, Wiley.

Hanna, S. P. and V. J. Del Casino (2003). Mapping tourism. Minneapolis, Minn.; London, University of Minnesota Press: xxvii, 219 p.: ill., maps; 23 cm.

Hansen, P. C. E. (1996). Proceedings of the interdisciplinary inversion workshop 4: methodology and applications in geophysics, astronomy, geodesy and physics. Lynby, IMM.

Hardcastle-Kille, S. (1992). Mapping between X.400 (1988)/ISO 10021 and RFC 822. RARE technical report; 2. Amsterdam, [RARE Secretariat]: 96p.

Harder, C. (1999). Enterprise GIS for energy companies. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Harding, S. M. E. and G. G. E. Wilkinson (1997). A strategic view of GIS research and technology development for Europe, European Commission.

Harkness, C. E. (1982). Mapping changes in the extent of woodland in upland areas 1885-1975. Birmingham, University of Birmingham.

Harley, J. B., B. B. Petchenik, et al. (1978). Mapping the American Revolutionary War. Chicago; London, University of Chicago Press for the Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography, Newberry Library: viii,187p.,28p. of plates: ill., 1chart, facsims., maps, 1port.; 29cm.

Harlin, J. M. E. and K. J. E. Lanfear (1993). Geographic information systems and water resources: Symposium: Papers, The Association.

Harmon, J. E. and S. J. Anderson (2003). The design and implementation of geographic information systems. Hoboken, N.J.; [Chichester], Wiley.

Harris, G. and S. A. Diakonov (1993). Mapping Russia and its neighbors: the new atlas of the changing geographical face of the former Soviet Union. Los Angeles, Americas Group: 1 atlas: col; 25x34cm.

Harris, I. and O. Caviglioli (2003). Think it-map it! how schools use mapping to transform teaching & learning. Model learning series. Stafford, Network Educational Press: 224 p.: ill.; 30 cm.

Harris, N. (2002). Mapping the world: maps and their history. San Diego, Calif., Thunder Bay: 304 p.: ill. (some col.), col. maps; 29 cm.

Harrison, I. D. (1987). Mapping survey data using postcodes, grid-references and SPSS-X, City of London Polytechnic, Faulty of Computing, Mathematics and Allied Studies.

Harrison, T. (1994). Mapping customer segments for personal financial services, University of Edinburgh, Department of Business Studies.

Hart, C. A. (1946). Mapping by Remote Control with the Aid of Radar. Development and technique of a new technique of survey measurement. [With maps.]. [Air Survey Research Paper. no. 19.], pp. 126. London: fol.

Hart, T. and A. Tulip (1994). GIS report: geographic information systems, Cambridge Market Intelligence.

Hartman, R. (1997). Focus on GIS component software: featuring ESRI's MapObjects. Santa Fe, N.M., OnWord Press: xxii, 341 p.: ill., maps; 23 cm.

Hartnell, G. (1922). Horizontal Intensity Variometers. Terrestrial Magnetism, pp. 62. Washington.

Harvey, A., D. West, et al. (1999). Evaluation of laminar mixing in stirred tanks using a discrete time particle mapping procedure, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories.

Harvey, R. (1995). Eliciting and mapping the attributes of landscape perception: an integration of personal construct theory (PCT) with geographic information systems (GIS), Heriot-Watt University.

Haselberger, L., D. G. Romano, et al. (2002). Mapping Augustan Rome. Journal of Roman archaeology. Supplementary series, 1063-4304; no. 50. Portsmouth, R.I., Journal of Roman Archaeology: 277 p.: ill., maps (some col.); 29 cm.

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