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Kinchin, I. M. (2000). The active use of concept mapping to promote meaningful learning in biological science, University of Surrey.

King, G. (1996). Mapping reality: an exploration of cultural cartographies. Basingstoke, Macmillan: vii, 216 p.; 22 cm.

Kirwan, T. (2003). Mapping media literacy: media education 11-16 years in the United Kingdom. London, Broadcasting Standards Commission.

Kitchin, R. and S. Freundschuh (2000). Cognitive mapping: past, present, and future. London, Routledge: xi, 266 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Kleusberg, A. and P. J. G. Teunissen (1998). GPS for geodesy. New York; London, Springer.

Kleusberg, A. E. and P. J. G. E. Teunissen (1996). GPS for geodesy: International school: Papers, Springer.

Knode, M., A. Ayres, et al. (1991). Mapping histories: third Newport biennial. Newport Beach, Calif., Newport Harbor Art Museum.

Knowles, A. K. (2002). Past time, past place: GIS for history. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Knox, C. (1995). Concept mapping in policy evaluation: a research review of community relations in Northern Ireland, University of Ulster, School of Public Policy, Economics and Law.

Koch, K.-R. (1990). Bayesian inference with geodetic applications. Berlin; New York, Springer-Verlag.

Koepp, D. P. (1986). Exploration and mapping of the American West: selected essays. Chicago, Map and Geography Round Table of the American Library Association: vi, 182 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Koh, C. G. (1992). New approaches for mapping bacterial genomes, University of Cambridge.

Kohler-Koch, B. (1998). Regulating public utilities in Europe: mapping the problem. EUI working paper RSC; no.98/42. San Domenico, European University Institute: 49p.; 21cm.

Kokkinos, C. A. (1982). The use of singular functions in numerical conformal mapping technique, Brunel University.

Kokubun, M. E., S. E. Uchida, et al. (2000). GIS applications for agro-environmental issues in developing regions: proceedings of the 6th JIRCAS international symposium, JIRCAS.

Konecny, G. (2003). Geoinformation: remote sensing, photogrammetry and geographic information systems. London, Taylor & Francis.

Konecny, G. E. (1993). International mapping from space. Rockville, ISPRS.

Korte, G. (1997). The GIS book: understanding the value and implementation of geographic information systems. Santa Fe, OnWord.

Korte, G. (2001). The GIS book. Australia; United Kingdom, Onword Press.

Korte, G. B. (1992). The GIS book: a practitioner's handbook. Sante Fe, Onword Press.

Korte, H. (1999). The integration of Wide Area Network Differential Global Positioning Systems (WAN-DGPS) into yield mapping on the combine harvester, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Kosmas, C., M. J. Kirkby, et al. (1999). The Medalus project: Mediterranean desertification and land use: manual on key indicators of desertification and mapping environmentally sensitive areas to desertification. European Commission community research project report. Brussels, Directorate-General Science, Research and Development: 87 p.

Kovar, K. E. and H. P. E. Nachtnebel (1993). Application of geographic information systems in hydrology and water resources management: International conference: Papers, International Association of Hydrological Sciences.

Kraak, M.-J., M. Molenaar, et al. (1997). Advances in GIS research II: proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling. London, Taylor & Francis.

Kraan-Korteweg, R. e. C. E., P. A. E. Henning, et al. (2000). Mapping the hidden universe: the universe behind the Milky Way: the universe in HI, ASP.

Kreveld, M. v. (1997). Algorithmic foundations of geographic information systems. Berlin; London; New York, Springer.

Krieger, A., D. Cobb, et al. (2001). Mapping Boston. Cambridge, Massachusetts, MIT Press: ix, 278p.: ill, some col, maps, some col; 30cm. + sheet.

Kuang, S. (1996). Geodetic network analysis and optimal design: concepts and applications. Chelsea, Mich, Ann Arbor Press.

Kuhrt, G. W. (2001). Ministry issues for the Church of England: mapping the trends. London, Church House Publishing: xix, 316 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Kuittinen, R. (1998). An early crop yield estimation method for Finnish conditions: the crop growth monitoring system of the Joint Research Centre with and without remotely sensed and other additional input data. Kirkkonummi, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Kuittinen, R. E. (1997). Proceedings of the Finnish-Russian seminar on remote sensing in Helsinki, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Kunzig, R. (2000). Mapping the deep: the extraordinary story of ocean science. London, Sort Of Books: 345 p.; 20 cm.

Kupiszewska, D. (1997). MUPPETS: a computer tool for modelling and mapping emissions from urban transport and stationary sources, University of Leeds, Institute for Transport Studies.

Kurul, E. (2003). Re-using listed buildings through conversion: a process mapping approach. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

La Vigne, N. G. and J. Wartell (1998). Crime mapping case studies: successes in the field. Washington, D.C., Police Executive Research Forum: x, 134 p.: ill., maps; 28 cm.

Lacaze, B. (1996). Integrated approaches to desertification mapping and monitoring in the Mediterranean basin: final report of the DeMon-1 Project, European Commission.

Lackner, M. and N. Vittinghoff (2004). Mapping meanings: the field of new learning in late Qing China. Sinica Leidensia, 0169-9563; v. 64. Leiden; Boston, Brill: xviii, 741 p.: ill.; 25 cm.

Lacy, S. (1995). Mapping the terrain: new genre public art. Seattle, Wash., Bay Press: 293p.

Lahiri, M. (1992). The Bihar Geographic Information System. Bombay, Popular Prakashan, 1993.

Lake, E. M. (2000). Mapping the process of product innovation: contextualising the 'black box' of computer and video games design, Cranfield University.

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