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Lamb, H. H. (1974). [Norwich, 1973.] Proceedings of the International Conference on mapping the atmospheric and oceanic circulations and other climatic parameters at the time of the last glacial maximum about 17000 years ago. held at Norwich 17-22 May, 1973. Collected abstracts. (Editor: H. H. Lamb.). (Climatic Research Unit research publications. no. 2.), Norwich: University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences, Climatic Research Unit: pp. vi, 123; illus., maps. 30 cm.

Lambeck, K. (1988). Geophysical geodesy: the slow deformations of the earth. Oxford, Clarendon Press.

Lambert, W. D. (1940). Report on Earth Tides, etc, pp. v. 24. Washington.

Lambert, W. D. a. D. and F. W. Darling (1936). Tables for Determining the Form of the Geoid and its Indirect Effect on Gravity, pp. vii. 130. Washington.

Lambert, W. D. a. S. and C. H. Swick (1935). Formulas and Tables for the Computation of Geodetic Positions on the International Ellipsoid, pp. ii. 120. Washington.

Lang, L. (1998). Managing natural resources with GIS. Redlands, Calif., Environmental Systems Research Institute.

Lang, L. (1999). Transportation GIS. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Lang, T. (1971). Computer programs for mapping developed by the Experimental Cartography Unit, to September 1970. By T. Lang. [London], Architectural Press: pp. 204; illus. 31 cm.

Langford, M. and C. Crumpton (1993). Getting started in GIS: a workbook of computer exercises. Leicester, University of Leicester, Midlands Regional Research Laboratory, Academic Support for Spatial Academic Systems.

Langford, M. and P. Byrne (1993). Moving on in G.I.S.: advanced computer based exercise. [London], CVCP/USDU.

Langran, G. (1991). Time and the geographic information system, Taylor & Francis.

Langran, G. (1992). Time in geographic information systems. London; New York, Taylor & Francis.

Lankshear, A., J. Brown, et al. (1996). Mapping the nursing competencies required in institutional and community settings in the context of multidisciplinary health care provision (an exploratory study), English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting.

Lantieri, D. and J. F. Dallemand (1990). Erosion mapping using high-resolution satellite data and geographic information system: pilot study in the State of Parana, Brazil. FAO RSC series; no. 56. Rome, F.A.O.: 2 microfiches (171 fr.): negative.

Larby, P. M. (1987). Maps and mapping of Africa. London, SCOLMA in association with BRICMICS: i,62p.; 30cm.

Larkin, S. B. C., R. M. Morris, et al. (1981). Resource mapping of agricultural wastes and residues. Part 2, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Harwell, Department of Energy Energy Technology Support Unit.

Larkin, S. B. C., R. M. Morris, et al. (1981). Resource mapping of agricultural wastes and residues. Volume 5, Appendices. Harwell, Department of Energy Energy Technology Support Unit.

Larsgaard, M. L. (1984). Topographic mapping of the Americas, Australia and New Zealand. Littleton, Colo., Libraries Unlimited: xii,180p.

Larsgaard, M. L. (1993). Topographic mapping of Africa, Antarctica, and Eurasia. Provo, UT, Western Association of Map Libraries: xx,264p.: maps; 25cm.

Larsson, T. (2000). Uncertainity mapping of a GFAAS-based method for the determination of cadium and lead in the groundwater of Ho Chi Minh City. Minor field studies series, 1402-3237; no.108. Uppsala, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, International Office: 45 p.: ill., 1 map; 30 cm.

Lathrop, R. G. and T. M. Lillesand (1987). Calibration if thematic mapper thermal data for water surface temperature mapping: case study on the Great Lakes. New York, Elsevier Science.

Laubenfels, D. J. d. (1975). Mapping the world's vegetation: regionalization of formations and flora. Syracuse geographical series; no.4. Syracuse, N.Y., Syracuse University Press: xvii, 246p.: ill.; 24cm.

Laukkanen, M. (1992). Comparative cause mapping of management cognitions, Helsinki School of Economics.

Laumonier, Y. (1999). Data Management and Modelling Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Tropical Forest Land Inventory: proceedings of the FIMP-INTAG International Conference October 26 - 29 1998, Jakarta, Indonesia. Jakarta, Rodeo International Publishers.

Laumonier, Y. E. (1999). Data management and modelling using remote sensing and GIS for tropical forest land inventory: proceedings of the FIMP-INTAG international conference, Rodeo International.

Laurini, R. (1997). ACM-GIS'97: proceeding of the 5th International Workshop on Advances in Geographic Information Systems: November 13-14 1997, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. New York, Association for Computing Machinery.

Laurini, R. E. (1997). Proceedings of the 5th international symposium on Advances in geographic information workshop, ACM.

Laurini, R. E., K. E. Makki, et al. (1998). Proceedings of the 6th international symposium on Advances in geographic information systems, ACM.

Laut, P., F. Marston, et al. (1994). Land cover and infrastructure mapping of the Hawkesbury-Nepean basin: validation, CSIRO.

Law, H. (1996). Geographical information system for governments, Home Office.

Lawrence, D. M. (2002). Upheaval from the abyss: ocean floor mapping and the Earth science. New Brunswick, N.J.; London, Rutgers University Press: xvii, 284 p., [16] p. of plates: ill. (some col.), maps (some col.), ports.; 24 cm.

Leckie, D. G. (1980). Development of nighttime cooling models for remote sensing thermal inertia mapping, Univ British Columbia.

Lee, J. and D. W.-S. Wong (2000). Statistical analysis with ArcView GIS. New York, John Wiley.

Lee, L. P. (1978). First-order geodetic triangulation of New Zealand, 1909-49 1973-74. Wellington, Department of Lands and Survey.

Lee, Y. C. E. and M. E. Molenaar (2000). Dynamic and multi-dimensional GIS, Elesevier Science.

Leemon, S. (1984). Mapping the Commodore 64. Greensboro, N.C., Compute! Publications.

Legg, C. A. (1992). Remote sensing and geographic information systems: geological mapping, mineral exploration and mining. New York, Ellis Horwood: 166p.

Lehmuskoski, P. (1996). Active fault line search in Southern and Central Finland with precise levellings. Kirkkonummi, [Finnish Geodetic Institute].

Lehmuskoski, P. and P. Rouhiainen (1993). The behaviour of the Wild N3 levelling instrument under varying temperature conditions. Helsinki, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Lehn, C. J. (1957). The Main Problem of Geodesy and the Inverse Problem solved by Vector Methods, pp. 47. Bianco Lunos Bogtrykkeri: KÝbenhavn.


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