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Nishida, T., P. J. Kailola, et al. (2004). GIS/spatial analyses in fishery and aquatic sciences, Fishery-Aquatic GIS Research Group.

Nithi, K. A. (1999). Mapping the cortical representation of upper limb muscles in man using transcranial magnetic stimulation, University of Oxford.

Noden, P., A. West, et al. (2002). Mapping resources, assessing effects. [Slough], [nfer]: 14 leaves; 30 cm.

Nordbeck, S., A. Cole, et al. (1972). Computer cartography. The mapping system NORMAP. Location models. ([By] Stig Nordbeck, Bengt Rystedt.-Translation. Anthony Cole.), Lund: distribution, Studentlitteratur: pp. 315; maps. 23 cm. bibl. pp. 306-315.

North, P. (1988). Mapping staff development within tertiary reorganisation, Further Education Staff College.

Northam, R. (2005). Mapping areas of search for sub-regional waste sites. Cardiff, Welsh Assembly Government: 39, 41 leaves: col maps; 30 cm. + 6 folded maps in sleeves.

Norton, S. J. (1984). Laser-based active imaging, ranging and terrain mapping. Guildford, University of Surrey.

Nyerges, T. L. and K. J. Dueker (1988). Geographic information systems in transportation. Portland, Or., Center for Urban Studies, Portland State University.

Obermeyer, N. J. and J. K. Pinto (1994). Managing geographic information systems. New York; London, Guilford Press.

O'Donnell, K. J. and E. F. Crawley (1985). Identification of nonlinear system parameters in space structure joints using the force-state mapping technique, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Space Systems Laboratory.

Office for Public, M. (1995). Mapping the maze: a report of two behavioural simulations that explored the future of change in acute health services, Office for Public Mangement.

Office, E. C. (1946). Central Organisation for Geodetic and Topographical Surveys in the Colonial Empire, pp. 18. London.

Office, E. W. (1932). Geodetic Tables for the Clarke 1858 figure in feet for latitudes 0 to 70, pp. 21. London.

Office, E. W. (1936). Geodetic Tables for the Clarke 1880 Figure in Feet for Latitudes 0 to 70, pp. 21. London.

Ogilvie, N. J. (1930). Geodetic operations in Canada, January 1, 1927 to December 31, 1929. Ottawa, Geodetic Survey of Canada.

Ogilvie, N. J. (1933). Geodetic operations in Canada, January 1, 1930 to December 31, 1932. Ottawa, Geodetic Survey of Canada, Department of the Interior.

Ogilvie, N. J. (1936). Geodetic operations in Canada, January 1, 1933 to December 31, 1935. Ottawa, Geodetic Survey of Canada, Department of the Interior.

Ogilvie, N. J. (1939). Geodetic Operations in Canada, January 1, 1936 to December 31, 1938. Ottawa, Geodetic Survey of Canada, Department of the Interior.

Ohadi, M. (1999). Genome mapping of a locus for familial haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, University of London.

O'Hara, P. (2005). Why law enforcement agencies fail: mapping the organizational fault lines in policing. Durham, N.C., Carolina Academic Press.

Oksanen, J. and O. Jaakkola (2000). Interpolation and accuracy of contour-based raster DEMs. Kirkkonummi, Finnish Geodetic Institute.

Oldham, R. D. (1917). The Structure of the Himalayas, and of the Gangetic Plain, as elucidated by geodetic observations in India. [With maps.]. [Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India. vol. 42. pt. 2.], pp. 153. Calcutta: 8.

Oliveira, R. E. (1994). 7th International congress: Papers. Rotterdam, Balkema.

Oliver, J. R. (1883). A Course of Practical Astronomy for Surveyors, with the elements of Geodesy, pp. viii. 185. Daily News Office: Kingston, Canada.

Oliver, J. R. (1888). Notes on Geodesy, the Adjustment of Observations, Projections of the Sphere, and Trigonometrical Levelling, pp. vii. 94. Brown Chamberlin: Ottawa.

O'Looney, J. (1997). Beyond maps: GIS and decision making in local government. Washington, D.C., ICMA: vii, 151 p.: ill., maps; 28 cm.

Olsson, L. (1985). An integrated study of desertification: applications of remote sensing, GIS and spatial models in semi-arid Sudan, The University of Lund, Department of Geography.

Ong, J. T. (2005). Focused ultrasound occulsion of tumour feeder vessels using magnetic resonance temerature mapping guidance. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Ongaro, L. (1998). Land unit mapping for land evaluation. Florence, Studio Editoriale Fiorentino: 50 p.: ill.; 24 cm.

Onselen, K. I. v. (2000). The influence of data quality on the detectability of sea-level height variations. Delft, NCG.

Onsrud, H. J. E. and D. W. E. Cook (1990). Geographic and land information systems for practicing surveyors: a compendium. Bethesda, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.

Ooe, M. E. (2001). International symposium on Earth tides: ETS2000, Geodetic Society of Japan.

Ooi, B. C. (1990). Efficient query processing in geographic information systems, Springer.

Oort, P. v. (2005). Spatial data quality: from description to application. Delft, Nederlandse Commissie voor Geodesie.

Oosterom, P. J. M. v. (1993). Reactive data structures for geographic information systems. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Openshaw, S. (1993). Developing automated and smart spatial pattern exploration tools for GIS applications, University of Leeds, School of Geography.

Openshaw, S. and C. Brunsdon (1992). Simulating error propagation in GIS, ESRC Library and Information Service.

Openshaw, S. and G. Clarke (1995). Developing spatial analysis functions relevant to GIS environments, University of Leeds, School of Geography.

Opitz, B. K. (1986). Geographic information systems in government: Workshop: Technical papers. Hampton, Va., USA, A. DEEPAK Pub.

Orford, S. (1999). Valuing the built environment: GIS and house price analysis. Aldershot, Ashgate.

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