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Poutanen, M. and M. Ollikainen (1995). GPS measurements at the Nuottavaara post glacial fault. Kirkkonummi, [Finnish Geodetic Institute].

Poutanen, M. E. and H. E. Suurmaki (2002). Nkg 14, FGI.

Powe, N., G. Garrod, et al. (1995). Estimating the benefits of woodland access using an hedonic price approach based on data from a geographic information system, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Centre for Rural Economy.

Powell, M. J. D. (1995). A thin plate spline for mapping curves into curves in two dimensions, University of Cambridge, Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

Power, C. H. E., L. J. E. Rosenberg, et al. (1996). Remote sensing and GIS for natural resource management, University of Greenwich.

Preiser, W. F. E. (1981). visually handicapped and the built environment: tactile mapping and building directories a selected bibliography. Monticello Ill, Vance Bibliographies.

Preston, J. (1998). Whither transport studies? Mapping the key areas for transport research, University of Oxford, Transport Studies Unit.

Price, M. F. and D. I. Heywood (1994). Mountain environments and geographic information systems. London, Taylor & Francis.

Prior, M. J. (1985). Directional driving rain indices for the United Kingdom: computation and mapping. Watford, Department of the Environment, Building Research Establishment.

Pritchard, M. B. and H. G. Taliaferro (2002). Degrees of latitude: mapping colonial America. Williamsburg, Va., Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, in association with H.N. Abrams: xi, 434p.: col. ill., col. maps; 30cm.

Pulkkinen, P. (2004). Mapping C++ data types into a test specification language. Espoo, VTT: 89 p.: ill.; 25 cm.

Purcell, J. (1986). Mapping management styles in employee relations, Oxford Centre for Management Studies (OCMS).

Purdy, K. M. and R. Ferris (1999). A pilot study to examine the potential linkage between and applications of multiple woodland datasets: a GIS based analysis, Joint Nature Conservation Committee.

Putnam, G. R. (1903). Geographic names in Alaska. [Reprinted from the Coast and Geodetic Survey Report, 1903.], [Washington.

Quattrochi, D. A. and M. F. Goodchild (1997). Scale in remote sensing and GIS. Boca Raton; London, CRC Lewis.

Quinones, R. J. (1985). Mapping literary modernism: time and development. Princeton, N.J.; Guildford, Princeton University Press: ix,302p.; 23cm.

Radeloff, V., J. Hill, et al. (1997). Forest mapping from space: enhanced satellite data processing by spectral mixture analysis and topographic corrections, European Commission.

Ragg, J. M. and R. I. Bradley (1990). Applied soil mapping: the use of information systems, Soil Survey and Land Research Centre.

Raisz, E. (1956). Mapping the World. By Erwin Raisz. London, Abelard-Schuman: 8. pp. 112.

Raisz, E. J. f. (1956). Mapping the World. [With plates.], pp. 112. Abelard-Schuman: London: 8.

Ramos-Hernandez, D. N., M. O. Tokhi, et al. (1998). Mapping and scheduling strategies for heterogeneous architectures, University of Sheffield, Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering.

Rampal, K. K. (1993). Mapping and compilation. New Delhi, Concept Publishing: 320p.: ill., maps; 23cm.

Rana, N. A. (2003). Investigation of recombination hotspots within human phosphoglucomutase 1 (PGM1): an allelic association and mapping approach. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Randle, V. and O. Engler (1999). Introduction to texture analysis: macrotexture, microtexture and orientation mapping. Amsterdam, Gordon & Breach; Abingdon: Marston: 408p.: ill. (some col.); 25cm.

Rao, D. P. E. (1998). Application of Remote Sensing and GIS for Sustainable Development, ISPRS Working Group VII/2.

Rapanotti, L. and G. M. Megson (1994). Mapping integral recurrences onto regular arrays, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Computing Science.

Rapp, R. H. (1985). Geometric geodesy. vol 2. Columbus, OH, Ohio State Univ.

Rapp, R. H. E. (1989). Progress in the determination of the earth's gravity field: Chapman conference: Extended abstracts. Columbus, OH, Department of Geodetic Science and Surveying, Ohio State University.

Rapp, R. H., A. Cazenave, et al. (1996). Global gravity field and its temporal variations: symposium no. 116, Boulder, CO, USA, July 12, 1995. Heidelberg; New York, Springer.

Rappleye, H. S. (1948). Manual of Leveling Computation and Adjustment, pp. v. 178. Washington.

Rayburn, A. (1973). Geographical names of Prince Edward Island, etc, Ottawa.

Raynard, P. (2000). Mapping accountability in humanitarian assistance, Active Learning Network on Accountability and Performance in Humanitarian Action.

Razavi, A. H. (1997). ArcView GIS/Avenue developer's guide. Santa Fe, N.M., Onword Press.

Razavi, A. H. (2001). ArcView GIS developer's guide. Albany, N.Y., Delmar; London: International Thomson.

Razavi, A. H. and A. H. A. G. I. S. A. d. s. g. Razavi (2002). ArcView GIS developer's guide: programming with Avenue. Albany, N.Y.; [Great Britain], Onword Press.

Reagan, T. G. (2002). Language, education, and ideology: mapping the landscape of U.S. schools. Westport, CT, Praeger.

Reaves, G. (2001). Mapping the private geography: autobiography, identity, and America. Jefferson, N.C.; London, McFarland: vi, 162 p.; 23 cm.

Rees, H. W. (1982). Proceedings of the Organic Soils Mapping and Interpretations Workshop: Fredericton, New Brunswick, 15-18 September 1981. Ottawa, Land Resource Research Institute Research Branch, Agriculture Canada: 216p.; 28cm.

Reeve, D. E. (1983). Micro-mapper: A mapping system for the APPLE II, Huddersfield Polytechnic Department of Geography and Geology.

Reeve, D. E. and J. R. Petch (1999). GIS, organisations and people: a socio-technical approach. London, Taylor & Francis.


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