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Hashem, F. (2003). Identity and the Bengal muslims: mapping changing perspectives (1905-1971). Sunderland, University of Sunderland: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Hashim, M. (1995). Classification of landsat thematic mapper data for land cover mapping in Malaysia: a morphological and contextual approach, University of Stirling.

Hassan, H. M. (1995). Implementing geographic information systems in environmental assessment, World Bank.

Hassan, R. M. (1998). Maize technology development and transfer: a GIS application for research planning in Kenya. Wallingford, CAB International in association with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center and the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute.

Hassock, S. R. (2000). Physical and transcriptional mapping in the distal Xq28 region of the human X chromosome, University of London.

Hawley, J. H. (1919). Hydrography. Construction and Operation of the Wire Drag. [With illustrations.], pp. 40. Washington.

Hawley, J. H. (1928). Hydrographic Manual. [With plates.], pp. v. 170. Washington.

Hayford, J. F. (1909). Figure of the Earth and isostasy from measurements in the U.S. Washington, [s.n.].

Hazard, D. L. (1917). United States Magnetic Tables and Magnetic Charts for 1915, pp. 256. Washington.

Healey, R. G. (1998). Parallel processing algorithms for GIS. London, Taylor & Francis.

Health Education Authority. Public Health, D. (1990). Mapping the epidemic: a guide to geographical variations in preventable deaths in England: coronary heart disease, Health Education Authority.

Hearn, C. G. (2002). Tracks in the sea: Matthew Fontaine Maury and the mapping of the oceans. Camden, Me.; London, International Marine/McGraw-Hill: ix, 278 p.: ill., maps, ports.; 24 cm.

Heathwaite, A. L. (1999). Impact of land-use change on nutrient loads from diffuse sources: 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.

Heatly, R. O., G. Gibbons, et al. (1995). GIS/GPS sources. Cleveland, Ohio, Advanstar Communications.

Heck, N. H. (1928). Earthquake History of the United States, exclusive of the Pacific region, pp. ii. 61. Washington.

Heck, N. H. (1938). Instructions for the Compensation of the Magnetic Compass. [With plates.], pp. iv. 49. Washington.

Heidenreich, C. E. (1976). Explorations and mapping of Samuel de Champlain, 1603-1632. Toronto, B. V. Gutsell, Department of Geography, York University: xiv,140p.,10 plates: ill., maps; 26cm.

Heimlich, J. E. and S. D. Pittelman (1986). Semantic mapping: classroom applications. Newark, Del., International Reading Association.

Heipke, C. (1995). From digital images to spatial objects: research and development topics in digital photogrammetry. Columbus, Ohio, Department of Geodetic Science and Surveying, Ohio State University.

Heiskanen, V. A. (1951). On the World Geodetic System, pp. 24. Helsinki.

Heiskanen, V. A. and H. Moritz (1967). Physical geodesy. San Francisco; London, W. H. Freeman.

Heit, M. E. and A. E. Shortreid (1991). GIS applications in natural resources. Fort Collins, CO, GIS World.

Heit, M. E., H. D. E. Parker, et al. (1996). GIS applications in natural resources 2, G I S World Books.

Helbling, R. (1949). Studies in Photogeology in connection with geological mapping in Switzerland specifically of the Todi Range. Zurich, Art Institut Orell Fussli.

Hellden, U. (1987). An assessment of woody biomass, community forests, land use and soil erosion in Ethiopia: a feasibility study on the use of remote sensing and GIS-analysis for planning purposes in developing countries, Lund University Press.

Henderson, S. (1999). Supporting parenting in Scotland: a mapping exercise, Great Britain, Scottish Office, Central Research Unit.

Henricson, C. (2001). National mapping of family services in England and Wales: a consultation document. London, National Family & Parenting Institute: 144 p.: ill.; 30 cm.

Henry, F. G. E. (2003). Geo/graphies mapping and the imagination in French and Francophone literature and film. French literature series; v.30. Amsterdam, Rodopi.

Henry, M. and L. Armstrong (2004). Mapping the future of America's national parks: stewardship through geographic information systems. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press: xiv, 158 p.: col ill., col. maps; 26 x 31 cm.

Hentschel, K. (2002). Mapping the spectrum: techniques of visual representation in research and teaching. Oxford, Oxford University Press: xii, 562 p., [4] p. of plates: ill.; 25 cm.

Herath, S. E., V. E. Raghavan, et al. (2003). GIS-IDEAS 2002 special issue: geoinformatics for spatial-infrastucture development in earth and allied sciences, Japan Society of Geoinformatics.

Herbertson, A. J. (1914). The Oxford survey of the British Empire. vol 6, General survey including administration, legal problems, history, defence, education, acclimatization, mapping, commerce, communication, migration. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Heres, L. (2000). Time in GIS: issues in spatio-temporal modelling. Delft, Netherlands Geodetic Commission.

Hermosilla, L. H. (1994). A unified approach for developing a temporal GIS with database and reasoning capabilities, University of Birmingham, School of Computer Science.

Herries Davies, G. L. (1983). Sheets of many colours: the mapping of Ireland's rocks, 1750-1890. Royal Dublin Society historical studies in Irish science and technology; no.4. [Dublin], Royal Dublin Society: xiv,242p.,4p. of plates: ill., maps(some col.),ports.; 27cm.

Herrmann, R., T. B. Craig, et al. (1987). Science in the national parks: 4th Triennial conference on research in the national parks and equivalent reserves: Papers, George Wright Society.

Heslop, A. J. (1991). Mapping and evaluation of integration in manufacturing environments, Cranfield Institute of Technology.

Hettelingh, J.-P. E., R. J. E. Downing, et al. (1991). Mapping critical loads for Europe. Bilthoven, National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection (RIVM).

Heuvelink, G. B. M. (1998). Error propagation in environmental modelling with GIS. London, Taylor & Francis.

Hickin, B. W., D. J. Maguire, et al. (1991). Introduction to GIS: the ARC/INFO method, University of Leicester, Midlands Regional Research Laboratory.

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