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Kamaruddin, M. H. (2005). The potential of interferometric synthetic aperture radar digital surface models for mapping forest vertical structure. Nottingham, University of Nottingham: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Kanamaru, A. (2000). Mapping the Tibetan world. Reno, NV, Kotan Pub: 1 atlas (416p., [4]p. of plates): ill. (some col.), maps; 22cm.

Kane, M. (1999). Modern men: mapping masculinity in English and German literature, 1880-1930. London, Cassell: viii, 232 p.; 24 cm.

Kanellopoulos, I. (2005). Nature-GIS guidelines: technical guidelines for spatial data infrastructures for protected areas. Luxembourg, Official Publication of the European Communities.

Kapisovsky, P. M. E. (1995). First national conference on the educational applications of Geographic Information Systems (EdGIS): conference report. [np], [nd], ERIC.

Karikari, I. B., J. C. H. Stillwell, et al. (2002). GIS application to support land administration services in Ghana: institutional factors and software developments, University of Leeds, School of Geography.

Karikari, I., J. C. H. Stillwell, et al. (2003). Adoption of geographic information systems in the Accra Lands Commission Secretariat. London, RICS Foundation.

Karrow, R. W. (1974). Mapping the American Revolutionary War: catalogue of an exhibition held at the Newberry Library, November and December, 1974. Chicago, The Newberry Library: 34p.; 26cm.

Kashaev, R. M. (1999). The pentagon equation and mapping class groups of punctured surfaces. Helsinki, Helsinki Institute of Physics, University of Helsinki: 7p.: ill.; 30cm.

Kaufman, H. P. (1935). First- and Second-Order Triangulation in Tennessee. 1927 datum, pp. iv. 341. Washington.

Kaufman, H. P. (1940). Triangulation in South Carolina, 1927 datum, Washington.

Kaufman, R. (1995). Mapping educational success: strategic thinking and planning for school administrators. Successful schools; v.1. Thousand Oaks, Calif., Corwin; London: Sage: xx, 185 p.: ill.; 22 cm.

Kaula, W. M. (1966). Theory of satellite geodesy: applications of satellites to geodesy. Waltham, Mass.; London, Blaisdell.

Kaushish, S. P. and T. S. Murthy (2001). Workshop, remote sensing and GIS applications in water resources engineering. New Delhi, Central Board of Irrigation and Power.

Kealy, P. S. (1990). Lithological mapping by remote sensing using emittance information in the thermal infrared region, University of Durham.

Keane, M. T. (1993). Adaptation as a selection constraint on analogical mapping, Trinity College.Dublin, Ireland, Department of Computer Science.

Keane, M. T. (1995). What makes an an analogy difficult? IAM predicts the effects of order and causal relations on analogical mapping, Trinity College.Dublin, Ireland, Department of Computer Science.

Keane, M. T. and S. Duff (1991). Towards an adequate cognitive model of analogical mapping. Dublin, Trinity College, Department of Computer Science: 13p.; 30cm.

Keane, M. T., T. Ledgeway, et al. (1991). Similarity & ordering constraints on analogical mapping. Dublin, Trinity College, Department of Computer Science: 10p.; 30cm.

Keane, M. T., T. Ledgeway, et al. (1992). Constraints on analogical mapping: a comparison of three models. Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Department of Computer Science: 39p.; 30cm.

Keeling, B. F. E. and T. L. Bennett (1909). A preliminary report of the geodetic triangulation of the Nile Valley. Cairo, Ministry of Finance, Egypt.

Keenan, M. (2003). Mapping foresight competence in Europe: the EUROFORE pilot project. Seville, European Commission, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies: 93 p.: ill.; 30 cm.

Kehoe, T. J. J. (1999). Long-term dynamics of small bodies in the solar system using mapping techniques, University of London.

Kehr, J. E. (2001). Sensors for brain mapping, Elsevier.

Keith, M. M. (2004). Analysis of a worker-based participatory action research approach to the identification of selected occupational health and safety problems in Canada using mapping. Stirling, University of Stirling: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Kelly, L. (1996). Langage, cartographie et pouvoir = language, mapping and power. Derry, Orchard Gallery: 67p.: chiefly ill. (some col.), col. maps; 23cm.

Kemp, R. C. C. I. o. A. I. (1925). Aero-photo Survey and Mapping of the Forests of the Irrawaddy Delta. By R. C. Kemp [and others], etc. [With maps.]. [Burma Forest Bulletin. no. 11.], pp. 43. pl. IX. Maymyo: fol.

Kemp, Z. (1997). Innovations in GIS 4: selected papers from the Fourth National Conference on GIS Research UK (GISRUK). London, Taylor & Francis.

Kemppainen, H. (1995). On the formalization of the semantics of spatial objects. Helsinki, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Kendal-Reed, M. S. (1990). Human infant olfaction: responses to food odours measured by brain electrical activity mapping (B.E.A.M.), University of Warwick.

Kennedy, M. (2002). The global positioning system and GIS: an introduction. London, Taylor & Francis.

Kennedy, P. J. E. and M. E. Karteris (1994). Satellite technology and GIS for Mediterranean forest mapping and fire management: International workshop: Selected papers, CEC.

Kent, R. B. (1981). Property Identification - Land Registration and Cadastral Mapping in Less Developed Countries: An Annotated Bobliography, Vance Bibliographies.

Kerr, D., A. Lines, et al. (1998). Mapping educational research in England: an analysis of the 1996 Research Assessment Exercise for Education, Higher Education Funding Council for England.

Kesik, A. E. and W. E. Kresvoic (1984). Selected annotated bibliography on application of satellite images to thematic mapping. Ontario, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo.

Keyte, B. and D. Locher (2004). The complete lean enterprise: value stream mapping for administrative and office processes. New York, Productivity Press: xiv, 136 p.: ill.; 28 cm.

Khan, O. A. and R. Skinner (2003). Geographic information systems and health applications. Hershey, Pa.; London, Idea Group Pub.

Kidner, D. B. and G. Higgs (2001). GIS research in the UK: proceedings of the GIS research UK 9th annual conference, GISRUK 2001: 18th-20th April 2001, University of Glamorgan, Wales. Pontypridd, University of Glamorgan.

Kidner, D. B., G. Higgs, et al. (2002). Socio-economic applications of geographic information science. London, Taylor & Francis, 2003.

Kille, S. E. (1986). Mapping between X.400 and RFC 822. London, University College Department of Computer Science.

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