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Issue 16: A GIS with a View theme

Social Interpretations and Cultural Agents in Modelling Human Perceptive Behaviour. Theme edited by Ulla Rajala and Doortje Van Hove

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Buckley Sgraffito: a study of a 17th century pottery industry in North Wales, its production techniques and design influences - Christine Longworth

Submitted: September 2002; Published: July 2004
Words: 46627 (437KB); Images: 397 (32 MB); Database
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Editorial - Doortje Van Hove and Ulla Rajala

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 2418 (20KB)
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Sense and Sensibility - Reflections on the Epistemology and Ontology of GIS Studies - Ulla Rajala

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 18552 (192KB); Images: 3 (156KB)
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Spatial Variables as Proxies for Modeling Cognition and Decision-Making in Archaeological Settings: A Theoretical Perspective - Thomas G. Whitley

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 9211 (87KB); Images: 10 (487KB)
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GIS and Landscape Analysis, or the Cart before the Horse? - Caroline Phillips

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 11608 (120KB); Images: 7 (6.3MB)
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Time and Experience: Taskscapes within GIS - Doortje Van Hove

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 13111 (122KB); Images: 11 (969KB)
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Listening to the Landscapes: Modelling Soundscapes in GIS - Dimitrij Mlekuz

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 11814 (118KB); Images: 8 (619KB)
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Bringing It All back Home: the Practical Visual Environments of Southeast European Tells - Steven Trick

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 14340 (140KB); Images: 11 (797KB); Panoramas: 4 (289KB)
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Views of Carnac: Applications of Visibility Analysis and Dynamic Visualisation for Understanding the Neolithic Monuments of Southern Brittany - Corinne Roughley and Colin Shell

Submitted: September 2004; Published: November 2004
Words: 12227 (114KB); Images: 19 (1.4MB); VR: 3 (2.9MB)
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