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McFarlane, S. (1998). Boundaries to choice in maternity care: a study of midwives and GP's views.

McNamara, J. (2004). GPS for dummies. Hoboken, NJ, Wiley.

Meadows, M. (2000). GPS for VFR: a practical GPS guide for VFR pilots. Houston, Tex., Mike Meadows Consultancy.

Meincke Mette, D. and i. Danmarks meteorologiske (1999). Inversion methods for atmospheric profiling with GPS occulations. Copenhagen, DMI.

Meng, X. and N. University of (2002). Real-time deformation monitoring of bridges using GPS/accelerometers.

Misra, P. and P. Enge (2001). Global positioning system: signals, measurements, and performance. Lincoln, Mass., Ganga-Jamuna Press.

Mogensen Kristian, S., X.-Y. Huang, et al. (2000). Use of GPS observations in an optimum interpolation based data assimilation system. Copenhagen, DMI.

Monahan, K. and D. Douglass (2000). GPS instant navigation: from basics to electronic charting. Anacortes, WA, FineEdge.Com.

Monahan, K. and D. Douglass (2000). Proven cruising routes. Anacortes, WA, FineEdge.com.

Monmonier, M. S. (2002). Spying with maps: surveillance technologies and the future of privacy. Chicago, Ill.; London, University of Chicago Press.

Moon, T. D. (2004). GPS and InSAR for ground deformation monitoring.

Moore, M. A., P. England, et al. (1999). Crustal deformation in the southern New Zealand region.

Mora Castro, E. J., P. Colmenarejo, et al. (1999). Use of GPS for rendez vous operations: final report: GPSRPM-GMV-FR. [Madrid?], G.M.V. S.A.

Morgan, P., M. B. Pearse, et al. (1999). A first-order network for New Zealand. Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, School of Geomatic Engineering, University of New South Wales.

Namhindo, A. H. (1999). Global positioning system (GPS) networks in Africa.

Newton, J. D. (1998). An evaluation of the Rockwell Jupiter GPS Receiver.

Ng, A. (2004). GPS meteorology.

Nijman, B. I. (2004). Dredger GPS positioning aided by dynamic modelling using Kalman filtering.

Nikiforidis, I. (2002). Update a university campus database, using an integrated GPS, PDA and wireless communication system: the UNSW example.

Noble, D. L. (2003). Simulation of phenomena affecting code modulated radio signals.

O'Brien, D. M., P. Tregoning, et al. (1998). Geophysical distributions of occultations of GPS satellites viewed from a low earth orbiting satellite. Aspendale, Vic., Australia, CSIRO Atmospheric Research.

Ogundipe, O. and N. University of (2003). The use of realtime kinematic GPS on construction plant. Nottingham, University of Nottingham.

Oni, O. A. (1999). An investigation of relative GPS for higher position accuracy.

Ordnance Survey of Northern, I. (1999). Making maps compatible with GPS: transformations between the Irish Grid and the GPS co-ordinated reference frame. [Dublin]; [Belfast], Ordnance Survey Ireland: Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.

Ordnance Survey of, I. (1999). Making maps compatible with GPS: transformations between the Irish grid and the GPS co-ordinate reference frame WGS84/ETRF89. Dublin; [Belfast], O.S.I.: Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland.

O'Reilly, D. and B. Queen's University of (2003). A study of patients in N. Ireland who have been removed from the GP's list at the practitioner's request. Belfast, Queen's University of Belfast.

Ott, T. and F. Swiaczny. (2001). "Time-integrative geographic information systems: management and analysis of spatio-temporal data." from http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy033/2001266545.html.

Page, D. (2000). Real-time kinematic and fast static GPS measurements of ground deformation on Mount Etna, Sicily, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Palmer, D. J. S. (2002). GPS meteorology: investigating trends in water vapour levels.

Papadoglou, N. (2001). The use of GSM-SMS, GPS, and CAN in an ITS integrated system, University of Sussex.

Pattinson, M. and E. University of Nottingham. Theses. Civil (2002). Estimation of tropospheric delay from a moving GPS receiver.

Pattinson, M. and U. Nottingham Trent (2002). Estimation ot tropospheric delay from a moving GPS receiver.

Paul, H. A. (1998). GPS and instrumented flying training.

Peake, G. T. (2004). Long baseline GPS kinematic positioning using virtual reference stations.

Perez de Arenaza, I., D. W. Armitage, et al. (2001). Investigation of the use of differential carrier phase GPS for precise navigation of autonomous vehicle. Manchester, UMIST.

Piazza, F. (2000). Low power RF-receiver front-end ICs for mobile communications. Konstanz, Hartung-Gorre.

Picou, G., A. Sumerlin, et al. (1999). The GPS resource guide: the ultimate how-to consumer guide to GPS satellite aero-navigation. Winter Haven, FL, Kindred Spirit Press, Inc.

Pipher, M. B. (2002). The middle of everywhere: the world's refugees come to our town. New York, Harcourt.

Potvin, F. (2004). Nouvelles technologies applicables à l'inventaire aérien de la grande faune. Québec, Ministère des Ressources naturelles, de la Faune et des Parcs.

Poutanen, M., J. Kakkuri, et al. (1999). Final results of the Baltic Sea Level 1997 GPS campaign: Research work of the SSC 8.1 of the International Association of Geodesy. [Kirkkonummi?], Finnish Geodetic Institute.

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