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Muralikrishna, I. V. E. (1992). Remote sensing applications and geographic information systems: recent trends: International space year conference: Papers. New Delhi, Tata McGraw-Hill.

Murphy, R. J. (1993). Imaging spectrometry for the mapping of surficial materials, University of Reading.

Murr, L. E., J. B. Williams, et al. (1985). Information highways: mapping information delivery networks in the Pacific Northwest. Portland, Or., Hypermap.

Murray, J. (2001). Mappa mundi: mapping culture/mapping the world. Working papers in the humanities; 9. Windsor, Ont., Humanities Research Group, University of Windsor: viii, 146 p.: ill., maps; 23 cm.

Musselwhite, C. (2005). Mapping of education and training for mental health practitioners in the South West. Bournemouth, Institute of Health and Community Studies, Bournemouth University: 68 p.; 30 cm.

Myatt, J. and H. C. Payne (1971). Mapping out Geography. 2. [By] J. Myatt and H.C. Payne. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd: pp. 59; illus. 25 cm.

Myatt, J. and H. C. Payne (1972). Mapping out geography. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd: [4],76p.: ill(some col), maps(chiefly col); 25cm.

Myers, J. C. (1997). Geostatistical error management: quantifying uncertainty for environmental sampling and mapping. New York; London, Van Nostrand Reinhold: xix, 571 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Myint, M. and P. Pradhan (1999). Integration of GIS, remote sensing and ecological methods for biodiversity inventory and assessment. [Kathmandu, Nepal], ICIMOD.

Nag, P. (1984). Census mapping survey. New Delhi, Concept: xxiii, 299 p.: ill., maps; 25 cm.

Nakayama, V. K. and D. J. Armstrong (2005). Causal mapping for research in information technology. Hershey Pa.; London, Idea Group Publishing: ix, 386 p.: ill.; 26 cm.

Nanji, A. (1997). Mapping Islamic studies: genealogy, continuity and change. Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter: xxi, 270p.; 24cm.

Napier, M. (1994). Capturing transformations of place: the adaptation of a geographic information systems program for the creation and analysis of a large database of house plans, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Architectural Research and Development Overseas.

Narrien, J. (1845). Practical Astronomy and Geodesy: including the projections of the Sphere and Spherical Trigonometry, London.

National Board for Nursing, M. a. H. V. f. S. (1999). Mapping the 1992 courses of nursing and programmes of midwifery within the proposed Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework: executive summary, National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting for Scotland.

National Mapping Council of, A. (1986). The Australian geodetic datum: technical manual. Canberra, National Mapping Council of Australia.

National Research Council. Committee on Review of Geographic Information Systems Research and Applications at, H. U. D. C. P. a. F. P. (2003). GIS for housing and urban development. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press.

National Research Council. Committee on, G. (1990). Geodesy in the year 2000. Washington, D.C., National Academy Press.

National Women's Council of, I. (2001). The NWCI Millennium Project: women mapping the new millennium; executive summary, National Women's Council of Ireland.

Nawarat, N. (2004). Mapping households' coping mechanisms in the era of recession: peri-urban village case studies in northern Thailand. Leeds, University of Leeds: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Naylor, S. L., C. H. C. M. Buys, et al. (1994). Human chromosome 3 mapping: 4th International workshop: Abstracts and report, Karger.

Nebenzahl, K. (2004). Mapping the Silk Road and beyond: 2,000 years of exploring the East. London, Phaidon: 176 p.: ill. (chiefly col.), maps, (some col.); 25 x 29 cm.

Negrin Deus, C. D. (2000). Development of congenic lines and application of physical mapping strategies for the dissection of blood pressure quantitative trait loci in the stroke prone spontaneously hypertensive rat, University of Glasgow.

Nelson, C. and B. C. Pohanka (1992). Mapping the Civil War: featuring rare maps from the Library of Congress. Washington, D.C., Starwood Pub: 176p.

Nelson, N. M. (1991). Library technology 1970-1990: shaping the library of the future: General session entitled "Mainstreets, landmarks, and cross roads: mapping library technology": 5th Annual conference on computers in libraries: Papers. Westport, Conn.; London, Meckler.

Neteler, M. and H. Mitasova (2004). Open source GIS: a GRASS GIS approach. Boston, Mass. London, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

New Zealand National Committee for Geodesy and, G. (1975). New Zealand, geodetic operations 1971-74: report for the General Assembly of the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics. 1975. Wellington, the Committee.

Newberry, L. (1977). Mapping the Great Lakes region: motive and method. Chicago, Newberry Library: [21p]; 22cm.

Newberry, L. and D. Buisseret (1991). Mapping the French Empire in North America: an interpretive guide to the exhibition mounted at the Newberry Library on the occasion of the Seventeenth Annual Conference of the French Colonial Historical Society. Chicago, The Library: 102p.: ill., maps.

Newbold, M. C. T. J. (2000). Mapping metabolite concentrations in grey and white matter using magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging (MRSI), University of London.

Newton, A. C. (2003). Towards a global tree conservation atlas: mapping the status and distribution of the world's threatened tree species. UNEP_WCMC biodiversity series; no. 15. Cambridge, UNEP World Conservation Monitoring Centre: 16 p.: col. ill., col. maps; 30 cm.

Ney, C. H. (1948). Triangulation in Newfoundland, West Coast and Strait of Belle Isle. [With maps.]. [Canada. Geodetic Survey. Publication. no. 64.], pp. 76. Ottawa: 8.

Ney, C. H. a. M. and W. H. Mactavish (1930). The Simultaneous Adjustment of Precise Traverses and Triangulation Nets, pp. 34. Ottawa.

Ney, C. H. a. M. and W. H. Mactavish (1935). The Direct and Inverse Solutions of Long Geodetic Lines, pp. 31. Ottawa.

Ngwako, S. (2003). QTL mapping and marker-assisted selection in Brassica and Arabidopsis. Birmingham, University of Birmingham: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Nicholson, M. W. (1997). A theological analysis and critique of the postmodernism debate: mapping the labyrinth. Lewiston, N.Y.; Lampeter, E. Mellen Press: xv,357p.; 24cm.

Nievergelt, J. E. (1994). IGIS '94: geographic information systems: International workshop on advanced research in geographic information systems: Papers, Springer-Verlag.

Nieweg, O. E. (2000). Lymphatic mapping and probe applications in oncology. New York, Marcel Dekker: xix, 378 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Nintai, M. N. (1993). Mapping transference: problems of African literature and translation from French into English, University of Warwick.

Nishida, T. E., P. J. E. Kailola, et al. (2001). Proceedings on the first international symposium on geographic information systems (GIS) in fishery science, Fishery GIS Research Group.

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