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Mahoney, D. J. (2000). Mapping the hyaluronan binding site on the link module from human TSG-6, University of Oxford.

Mahtani, M. K. (2000). Mapping the paradoxes of multiethnicity: stories of multiethnic women in Toronto, Canada, University of London.

Maidment, D. R. (2002). Arc hydro: GIS for water resources. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Maidment, D. R. and D. Djokic (2000). Hydrologic and hydraulic modeling support with geographic information systems. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Malczewski, J. (1999). GIS and multcriteria decision analysis. New York; Chichester, John Wiley.

Malczewski, J. (2004). GIS-based land-use suitability analysis: a critical overview. Oxford, Elsevier.

Malik, R. N. (2003). Vegetation mapping in the northwest of Pakistan. Reading, University of Reading: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Maloon, T. (1988). Towards Terra Australis: the mapping and charting of Australia. [Sydney], Art Gallery of New South Wales: 1 map: col; 60x87cm.

Maltz, M. D., A. C. Gordon, et al. (1991). Mapping crime in its community setting: event geography analysis. New York, Springer-Verlag.

Man, W. H. d. (1984). Conceptual framework and guidelines for establishing geographic information systems capable of integrating natural resources data and socio-economic data for development-oriented planing, monitoring and research: (preliminary version). Paris, Unesco.

Mandl, M. (1969). Electronic switching circuits: Boolean algebra and mapping. (Prentice-Hall series in electronic technology.), Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall: pp. x, 229; illus. 24 cm.

Mantovani, F. and A. J. Kus (2004). The role of VLBI in astrophysics, astrometry and geodesy. Dordrecht; London, Kluwer Academic.

Map, L. (1985). Mapping the Commonwealth: a 2-day seminar. London, Commonwealth Institute: [30p]; 31cm.

Marar, W. L. (1989). Mapping fibrations and multiple point schemes, University of Warwick.

Marble, D. F., H. W. Calkins, et al. (1984). Basic readings in geographic information systems. Williamsville, NY, SPAD Systems.

Marchant, B. P., R. M. Lark, et al. (2005). Developing methods to improve sampling efficiency for automated soil mapping. London, Home Grown Cereals Authority: 31 p.: ill.; 30 cm.

Marcus, S. (2002). Neuroethics: mapping the field. New York, Dana Press: 1 v.

Marenko, B. (2004). Body marking/body mapping: technologies of shifting subjectivity through skin shedding machines. London, University of East London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Margulies, N. (1991). Mapping inner space: learning and teaching mind mapping, Zephyr Press.

Margulies, N. and N. Maal (2004). Mapping inner space: learning and teaching visual mapping. Carmarthen, Crown House: 159 p.: ill. (some col.); 21 x 30 cm.

Marmer, H. A. (1925). Tides and Currents in New York Harbor. [With maps.]. [U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Special Publication no. 111.], pp. v. 174. Washington: 8.

Marmer, H. A. (1927). Tidal Datum Planes, pp. vi. 142. Washington.

Marmer, H. A. (1930). Chart Datums, pp. iii. 49. Washington.

Marmer, H. A. (1935). Tides and Currents in New York Harbor. (Revised, 1935, edition). [With maps.]. [U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Special Publication no. 111.], pp. vii. 198. Washington: 8.

Marriot, S. (1996). The application of adaptive resonance theory and reinforcement learning to mapping and control, University of Sheffield.

Marsh, S. G. E. (1997). Epitope mapping in major histocompatibility systems, Open University.

Marsh, S. H. (1992). Geological mapping in the proterozoic Mt. Isa Inlier, Queensland, Australia, using integrated radiometric and multispectral remotely sensed data, University of Durham.

Marshall, F. C. (2000). Mapping the debris. Fareham, NPF Publications: 42 p.; 21 cm.

Marshall, K., E. K. M. Tisdall, et al. (2002). 'Voice of the Child' under The Children (Scotland) Act 1995: giving due regard to children's views in all matters that affect them; volume 1 - mapping paper, Great Britain, Scottish Executive, Central Research Unit.

Marsina, K. E. and K. E. Vrana (1997). Environmental geochemical baseline mapping in Europe, Elsevier.

Martin, D. (1991). Geographic information systems and their socioeconomic applications. London, Routledge.

Martin, D. (1996). Geographic information systems: socioeconomic applications. London, Routledge.

Martin, D. D. and P. M. Atkinson (2000). GIS and geocomputation: [GISRUK '99, held at the University of Southampton on 14-16 April 1999]. London, Taylor & Francis.

Martin, G. D. (1990). Shadows in the cave: mapping the concious universe. London, Arkana: xiii,253p.; 20cm.

Martin, G. N. (1994). Pre- and post-prandial human scalp-EEG response to olfactory stimulation, using the brain electrical activity mapping technique, University of Warwick.

Martin, J. P. D. (2002). Organizational culture: mapping the terrain. Thousand Oaks, Calif.; London, Sage: xii, 401 p.; 23 cm.

Martin, R. J. L. (1998). Mapping of putative tumour suppressor genes in epithelial ovarian cancer, Queen's University of Belfast.

Martuzzi, M. (1996). Small area disease mapping in environmental epidemiology, University of London.

Marussi, A. (1985). Intrinsic geodesy. Berlin, Springer.

Maschner, H. D. G. (1996). New methods, old problems: geographic information systems in modern archaeological research. Carbondale, IL, Center for Archaeological Investigations.


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