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Roberts, T. J. (2004). Structural and functional imaging in an experimental model of Huntingdon's disease: mapping pathogenesis and potential therapy. London, University of London: 1 v.; 31 cm.

Robertson, A. (1980). Maps and mapping. Down to earth. London, Hutchinson: 32p.: ill., maps; 21x30cm.

Robertson, L. P. (1961). Precise and Secondary Levelling in Quebec South of the St. Lawrence River, pp. xvi. 241. Ottawa.

Robinson, A. H. (1982). Early thematic mapping in the history of cartography. Chicago; London, University of Chicago Press: xiv,266p.: ill., facsims.(some col.),maps(some col.); 25cm.

Robinson, A. H. and B. B. Petchenik (1976). The nature of maps: essays toward understanding maps and mapping. Chicago; London, University of Chicago Press: xi,138p.: ill.; 23cm.

Robinson, W. and J. Knoll (1997). Report of the third international workshop on human chromosome 15 mapping 1996, Karger.

Rodriguez-Bachiller, A. (1994). Programming an arc-info GIS for plan-making, Oxford Brookes University, School of Planning.

Rodriguez-Bachiller, A. (1998). GIS and decision-support: a bibliography, Oxford Brookes University, School of Planning.

Roe, D., K. Broda, et al. (2003). Mapping UML models incorporating OCL constraints into Object-Z. London, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Department of Computing: [17] p.: ill.; 30 cm.

Roebuck, B., M. Stewart, et al. (2005). Mapping indentation hardness. [Teddington], National Physical Laboratory: 12 p.: col. ill.; 30 cm.

Rogers, S. F. and P. J. E. Hooker (2001). The use of GIS technology for the presentation and assessment of risk and uncertainty, Natural Environment Research Council, British Geological Survey.

Rose, S. (1996). A classification system for mapping tropical rain forest biodiversity. Leeds, University of Leeds: xii, 287 leaves; 31 cm.

Rosen, B. R. E., R. d. J. E. Seitz, et al. (1999). Fifth international conference on functional mapping of the human brain, Academic Press.

Ross, J. E. R. (1930). Triangulation in Quebec and New Brunswick, pp. 82. Ottawa.

Ross, J. E. R. (1931). Triangulation in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. [With plates.], pp. 119. Ottawa.

Ross, J. E. R. (1933). Triangulation in Southwestern Ontario, pp. 149. Ottawa.

Ross, J. E. R. (1934). Triangulation in Southeastern Ontario and Montreal Area. [With maps.]. [Canada. Geodetic Survey. Publication. no. 55.], pp. 152. Ottawa: 8.

Ross, J. E. R. (1936). Triangulation in Ontario and Quebec. [With maps.]. [Canada. Geodetic Survey. Publication. no. 60.], pp. 194. Ottawa: 8.

Ross, J. E. R. (1937). Triangulation in Northern Quebec. [With maps.]. [Canada. Department of Mines. Geodetic Service. Publication. no. 61.], pp. 171. Ottawa: 8.

Ross, J. E. R. (1949). Geodetic Problems in Shoran, pp. 90. Ottawa.

Roth, L. E. and S. D. Wall (1995). The face of Venus: the Magellan radar-mapping mission. Nasa Sp; 520. Washington, D.C., National Aeronautics and Space Administration: 135p.: ill. (some col.); 32cm.

Rother, M. and J. Shook (1998). Learning to see: value stream mapping to add value and eliminate muda. Brookline, Mass., Lean Enterprise Institute: 96p.: ill.; 28cm.

Rourke, R. V. (1982). Chemical and physical properties of the Becket, Colton, Finch, Lyman, Masardis, Naumberg and Skerry soil mapping units, University of Maine at Orono, Maine Agricultural Experiment Station.

Rouse, M. E. (1993). Geographic information systems: mapping the future: Conference: Papers, Blackwell.

Rouse, M. H. (2000). Aldbourne Down's hexagon: evidence of prehistoric mapping?. [Aldbourne? M.H. Rouse]: [42] p.: ill., maps, 1 port.; 21 cm.

Roverso, D. (1997). Analogy by mapping spreading and abstraction in large multifunctional knowledge bases, University of Aberdeen.

Rowlands, I. (1998). Mapping the knowledge base of information policy: clusters of documents, people and ideas, City University.

Rowlingson, B. S. and P. J. Boyle (1992). GIS and migration modelling: an environment for fitting intervening opportunities models, University of Lancaster, North West Regional Research Laboratory.

Roy, B. K. E. (1990). Cartography for development of outlying states and islands of India: National seminar: Short papers. Calcutta, National Atlas and Thematic Mapping Organisation, Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India.

Roy, D. P. (1997). Mapping the forests of Europe using AVHRR data: demonstration of a new approach, European Commission.

Roy, P. S. E., S. E. Singh, et al. (2000). Biodiversity & environment: Remote sensing & geographic information system perspectives, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing.

Roy, W. R. E. and A. S. E. Rogowski (1999). Papers presented at the joint AGU Chapman/SSSA outreach conference on applications of GIS, remote sensing, geostatistics, and solute transport modeling to the assessment of nonpoint source pollutants in the Vadose zone, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America.

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. Land Surveyors, D. (1988). Specification for mapping at scales between 1:1,000 and 1:10,000. London, Surveyors Publications: 20p.; 30cm.

Royal Institution of Chartered, S. (1995). Mapping requirements of the chartered surveying profession, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great, B. (1996). Baseline mapping study to define access to and usage of community pharmacy: report, Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.

Royal Society. British National Committee for Geodesy and Geophysics. Upper Mantle, P. (1966). United Kingdom contribution to the Upper Mantle project. 1965 progress report. Prepared on behalf of the British National Committee for Geodesy and Geophysics, etc, pp. 98. London.

Royal Town Planning Institute, G. I. S. P. (1992). Geographic information systems (GIS): a planner's introductory guide, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Royal Town Planning, I. (1993). GIS potential and applications, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Royal Town Planning, I. (1998). 1995 GIS survey: national statistical report, Royal Town Planning Institute.

Rubec, P. J. E. and J. E. O'Hop (1996). GIS applications for fisheries and coastal resources management, Gulf States Marine Fisheries Commission.


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