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Ormsby, T. and J. Alvi (1999). Extending ArcView GIS: teach yourself to use ArcView GIS extensions: self-study workbook for ArcView GIS users. Redlands, Calif., ESRI Press.

Osokin, N. I. (1988). Nival-glacial systems and their mapping. Moscow, Academy of Sciences.

Ostrander, N. C. (1970). Mapping by computer graphics: satellite antenna coverage. Santa Monica, Calif., Rand: xiii, 42 p.: illus., maps; 29 cm.

Ostrem, G. (1986). Repeated glacier mapping for hydrological purposes: water power planning, Norges Vassdrags og elektrisitetsvesen.

Otawa, T. (2004). Maximizing the power of geographical information systems (GIS) in applied land informatics. Lewiston, N.Y.; Lampeter, Edwin Mellen Press.

Ott, T. and F. Swiaczny (2001). Time-integrative geographic information systems: management and analysis of spatio-temporal data. Berlin; London, Springer.

Ouwersloot, H. and P. Rietveld (2000). The geography of R & D: tobit analysis and Bayesian approach to mapping R & D activities for the Netherlands. Amsterdam, Tinbergen Institute: 27 p.; 21 cm.

Overy, R. J. (2003). History of the 20th century. London, Times Books.

Owens, A. and K. Barber (2001). Mapping drama: creating, developing & evaluating process drama. Carlisle, Carel: 120 p.; 30 cm.

Paddey, B. (1995). An occupational and functional mapping study of the distributive industrial sectors, Distributive Occupational Standards Council.

Paivinen, R. E., P. J. E. Kennedy, et al. (1994). Designing a system of nomenclature for European forest mapping: International workshop: Papers, CEC.

Pajunen, L. (1990). Mapping of the genes for the human prolyl 4-hydroxylase alpha and beta-subunits and the alpha 1-chain of the type XIII collagen, University of Oulu.

Palmer, M. and R. V. E. Tooley (1983). The mapping of Bermuda: a bibliography of printed maps & charts 1548-1970, Holland Press.

Palmer, R. C. (1995). Guide to groundwater vulnerability mapping in England and Wales. London, HMSO: iv,47p.: ill., maps; 30cm.

Panagiotelis, I. (2001). In-vivo oxygen mapping using LODESR imaging, University of Aberdeen.

Parent, M. (1998). Spirit scapes: mapping the spiritual & scientific terrain at the dawn of the new milennium. Kelowna, [B.C.], Northstone: 256p.; 23cm.

Parfett, M. (1993). Geographic Information Systems (GIS), National Computing Centre.

Parisien, M. A. (2005). Mapping wildfire susceptibility with the BURN-P3 simulation model. Edmonton, Canadian Forest Service, Northern Forestry Centre: vi, 36 p.: ill. (some col.), col. maps; 28 cm.

Parker, D. (1996). Innovations in GIS 3: selected papers from the Third National Conference on GIS Research UK (GISRUK). London, Taylor & Francis.

Parker, D. E. (1996). Innovations in GIS 3, Taylor & Francis.

Parkhurst, D. L. (1935). Geodetic Level and Rod. (Revised edition.), pp. 14. Washington.

Parkinson, B. (1999). Mapping functional linguistic expressions onto congruent images within the engineering database, University of Herfordshire.

Parks, S. W. (1998). Electroretinographic mapping of retinal function: evaluation and clinical application, University of Glasgow.

Parla-Petrou, E. (2002). Children's construing of food: mapping the effects of a practical food education intervention. Reading, University of Reading.

Parnis, P. J. (1989). Ultrasonic sensing and mapping techniques for advanced robotics, University of Wales, College of Cardiff.

Parry, R. B. and C. R. Perkins (2000). World mapping today. London, Bowker-Saur: xi, 1064 p.: ill., maps; 31 cm.

Parsons, A. (2004). Feasibility study on the establishment of a large scale inshore resource mapping project. NDP marine RTDI desk study series, 1649-5063. Galway, Marine Institute: 224 p.: ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps; 30 cm.

Parsons, W. B. and D. Jonte-Pace (2000). Religion and psychology: mapping the terain. London, Routledge: 288p.; 24cm.

Parston, G. and I. Cowe (1998). Making the connections: citizens mapping the big picture, Public Management Foundation.

Pascolo, P. and C. A. Brebbia (2000). Management information systems. Southampton, WIT.

Pau, L. F. (1990). Mapping and spatial modelling for navigation. Berlin, Springer: 355p.; 25cm.

Pau, L. F. E. (1990). Mapping and spatial modelling for navigation: Advanced research workshop: Papers. Berlin, Springer-Verlag.

Paulsson, B. (1992). Urban applications of satellite remote sensing and GIS analysis. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

Paus, D. (2003). Mapping the topographic epitopes of a model antigen. Milton Keynes, Open University.

Paus, T. E., A. E. Gjedde, et al. (1998). Fourth international conference on functional mapping of the human brain, Academic Press.

Pavlis, E. C. E. and U. E. Schreiber (2002). Special issue on evolving geodesy, Kluwer Academic.

Payne, H. R. (1986). Mining subsidence: South Wales Desk Study: summary of research and description of mapping technique developed: based on extracts from the report describing the research by Ore Arup and Partners. [London], [Department of the Environment]: 36p.,3folded leaves of plates: ill., maps; 30cm.

Payne, H. R. E. (1986). Assessment of landslip potential: South Wales. Summary of the research and description of the mapping technique developed, Department of the Environment.

Pazner, M., K. C. Kirby, et al. (1989). MAP II map processor: a geographic information system for the Macintosh: tutorial. New York; Chichester, Wiley: xi,165p.: ill.; 26 cm.

Pearson, I. and M. Lyons (2003). Business 2010: mapping the new commercial landscape. London, Spiro: xvi, 198 p.: ill., 1 map; 23 cm.

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