How to map timespace

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () An assessment of the representation of ecosystems in global protected areas using new maps of World Climate Regions and World Ecosystems [d]
  2. () Using network segments in the visualization of urban isochrones [d]
  3. () The reality of time flow: local becoming in modern physics [i] [d]
  4. Claus Beisbart & Nicole J. Saam [ed] () Computer simulation validation: fundamental concepts, methodological frameworks, and philosophical perspectives [i] [d]
  5. () Space and time in the brain [i] [d]
  6. () Agent-based modelling and geographical information systems: a practical primer [i] [u]
  7. () Origins: how earth's history shaped human history [i]
  8. () Thinking time geography: concepts, methods and applications [i] [d] [u]
  9. Kajsa Ellegård [ed] () Time geography in the global context: an anthology [i] [d] [u]
  10. Henrik Ernstson & Sverker Sörlin [ed] () Grounding urban natures: histories and futures of urban ecologies [i] [d]
  11. () What we really do all day: insights from the Centre for Time Use Research [i]
  12. () How virtual reality can help visualise and assess geohazards [d]
  13. Petter Holme & Jari Saramäki [ed] () Temporal network theory [i] [d]
  14. () Simulating individual work trips for transit-facilitated accessibility study [d]
  15. () Advanced polytopic projects [i] [d]
  16. () Time–space distanciation: an empirically supported integrative framework for the cultural psychology of time and space [d]
  17. () All data are local: thinking critically in a data-driven society [i] [d]
  18. () A 4D information system for the exploration of multitemporal images and maps using photogrammetry, web technologies and VR/AR [d] [u]
  19. () Desert wonderings: reimagining food access mapping [d]
  20. () The map as a search box: using linked data to create a geographic discovery system [d] [u]
  21. Ángel Nepomuceno Fernández, Lorenzo Magnani, Francisco J. Salguero, Cristina Barés Gómez, & Matthieu Fontaine [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: inferential models for logic, language, cognition and computation [i] [d]
  22. () Geographical psychology [p] [d]
  23. () Social change in a material world: how activity and material processes dynamize practices [i] [d]
  24. Timothy Tambassi [ed] () The philosophy of GIS [i] [d]
  25. () Abstraction as an autonomous process in scientific modeling [d]
  26. () One day: the extraordinary story of an ordinary 24 hours in America [i]
  27. () Time is a network good [p] [d]
  28. () State transition graphs for semantic analysis of movement behaviours [d]
  29. () Quantum space: loop quantum gravity and the search for the structure of space, time, and the universe [i]
  30. () Multiscale behavior analysis and molar behaviorism: an overview [p] [d]
  31. () The geography of malnutrition [d]
  32. () Timefulness: how thinking like a geologist can help save the world [i] [d]
  33. () Open space: the global effort for open access to environmental satellite data [i]
  34. () Browsing and experiencing repositories of spatially oriented historic photographic images [d]
  35. () A comprehensive survey of graph embedding: problems, techniques, and applications [d] [u]
  36. () Voila: visual anomaly detection and monitoring with streaming spatiotemporal data [d]
  37. () The impact of paper versus digital map technology on students' spatial thinking skill acquisition [d]
  38. () Relativity without spacetime [i] [d]
  39. () Preserving for a more just future: tactics of activist data archiving [i] [d]
  40. () Ten great ideas about chance [i] [d]
  41. () Modeling mobility and dynamics of scheduled space-time activities—an RDF approach [i] [d]
  42. () Complex agent-based models [i] [d]
  43. () The limits of GIS: towards a GIS of place [d]
  44. () How to relate models to reality?: an epistemological framework for the validation and verification of computational models [d] [u]
  45. () Training social studies teachers to develop inquiry-based GIS lessons [d]
  46. () Territory, geographic information, and the map [i] [d]
  47. () Mining location information from life- and earth-sciences studies to facilitate knowledge discovery [d]
  48. Kollektiv Orangotango [ed] () This is not an atlas: a global collection of counter-cartographies [i] [d] [u]
  49. () In support of Whitehead's time [d]
  50. () Tools and methods for georeferencing library heritage [i]
  51. () Once upon a spacetime: visual storytelling in cognitive and geotemporal information spaces [d]
  52. () Maps telling stories? [d]
  53. () Rethinking time: implications for well-being [d]
  54. () Comic strip narratives in time geography [d]
  55. () The link between deductive reasoning and mathematics [d]
  56. () Paths of recruitment: rational social prospecting in petition canvassing [d]
  57. () A cluster analysis of energy-consuming activities in everyday life [d]
  58. () The book of why: the new science of cause and effect [i]
  59. () How to draw a neighborhood?: the potential of big data, regionalization, and community detection for understanding the heterogeneous nature of urban neighborhoods [d]
  60. Maria Pia Pozzato [ed] () Visual and linguistic representations of places of origin: an interdisciplinary analysis [i] [d]
  61. () The women's atlas [i]
  62. Shih-Lung Shaw & Daniel Z. Sui [ed] () Human dynamics research in smart and connected communities [i] [d]
  63. () Data abstraction for visualizing large time series [d]
  64. () A survey of modelling trends in temporal GIS [d]
  65. () Beyond the dynamical universe: unifying block universe physics and time as experienced [i] [d]
  66. () Competition, delays, and coevolution in markets and politics [d]
  67. Mark William Skinner, Gavin J. Andrews, & Malcolm P. Cutchin [ed] () Geographical gerontology: perspectives, concepts, approaches [i] [d]
  68. () Evolution of human cognition: temporal dynamics at biological and historical time scales [i] [d]
  69. () Constructing reality with models [d]
  70. () Referential and perspectival realism [d]
  71. () Mapping social-ecological vulnerability to inform local decision making [p] [d]
  72. () Space and time matter in social-ecological vulnerability assessments [d]
  73. () Ontology-based fusion of sensor data and natural language [d]
  74. () Sound maps matter: expanding cartophony [d]
  75. () Improving spatial decision making using interactive maps: an empirical study on interface complexity and decision complexity in the North American hazardous waste trade [d]
  76. () Cognitive maps: some people make them, some people struggle [d]
  77. () Land-use history as a guide for forest conservation and management [p] [d]
  78. () Orchestrating overviews: a synoptic approach to the visualization of cultural collections [d] [u]
  79. () Re-spatialization of time series plots [d]
  80. () Maps as geomedial action spaces: considering the shift from logocentric to egocentric engagements [d]
  81. () Place and extended agency [i] [d]
  82. () Mathematics rebooted: a fresh approach to understanding [i]
  83. () Geographic mosaics and changing rates of cereal domestication [p] [d]
  84. () Don't you dare try to teach science without building models! [u]
  85. () Places in need: the changing geography of poverty [i]
  86. () Cover stories: Visualizing scientist migrations [p] [d]
  87. () A most improbable journey: a big history of our planet and ourselves [i]
  88. () Memory for space, time, and episodes [i] [d]
  89. () Toward cyborg PPGIS: exploring socio-technical requirements for the use of web-based PPGIS in two municipal planning cases, Stockholm region, Sweden [d]
  90. () A descriptive framework for temporal data visualizations based on generalized space-time cubes [d]
  91. () The rise of food banks and the challenge of matching food assistance with potential need: towards a spatially specific, rapid assessment approach [d]
  92. () Mass: the quest to understand matter from Greek atoms to quantum fields [i]
  93. () A model-theoretic analysis of space-time theories [i] [d]
  94. () A survey on visual analytics for the spatio-temporal exploration of microblogging content [d]
  95. () Why is the world four-dimensional?: Hermann Weyl's 1955 argument and the topology of causation [d]
  96. () Visualizing and reasoning with imperfect time intervals in 2-D [d]
  97. () Next-generation global biomonitoring: large-scale, automated reconstruction of ecological networks [p] [d]
  98. () Models in geosciences [i] [d]
  99. () Models and explanation [i] [d]
  100. () Mapping power [i] [d]
  101. Christophe Bouton & Philippe Huneman [ed] () Time of nature and the nature of time: philosophical perspectives of time in natural sciences [i] [d]
  102. () Human geography and the hinterland: the case of Torsten Hägerstrand's 'belated' recognition [d]
  103. () Geometric deep learning: going beyond Euclidean data [d] [u]
  104. Clare Brooks, Graham Butt, & Mary Fargher [ed] () The power of geographical thinking [i] [d]
  105. Stanley D. Brunn & Martin Dodge [ed] () Mapping across academia [i] [d]
  106. () Geospatial analysis [i]
  107. () Inference in the age of big data: future perspectives on neuroscience [d]
  108. () What makes time special? [i] [d]
  109. () Adaptive multiscapes: an up-to-date metaphor to visualize molecular adaptation [p] [d]
  110. () Social media visual analytics [d]
  111. () Measuring place-based accessibility under travel time uncertainty [d]
  112. () A design pattern approach to cartography with big geospatial data [d]
  113. () Persistent challenges in geovisualization—a community perspective [d]
  114. () A formal framework to represent spatial knowledge [d]
  115. () Time scales and levels of organization [d]
  116. () Computational aspects of model-based reasoning [i] [d]
  117. Ian T. Durham & Dean Rickles [ed] () Information and interaction: Eddington, Wheeler, and the limits of knowledge [i] [d]
  118. () Time geography [d] [u]
  119. () Quilting a time–place mosaic [d]
  120. () The topology of evolutionary novelty and innovation in macroevolution [p] [d]
  121. Richard J. Estes & M. Joseph Sirgy [ed] () The pursuit of human well-being: the untold global history [i] [d]
  122. () GIS and the power of geographical thinking [i] [d]
  123. () Handbook on advances in remote sensing and geographic information systems: paradigms and applications in forest landscape modeling [i] [d]
  124. Giles M. Foody, Linda M. See, Steffen Fritz, Peter Mooney, Ana-Maria Olteanu-Raimond, Cidália Costa Fonte, & Vyron Antoniou [ed] () Mapping and the citizen sensor [i] [j] [u]
  125. () Constraints, incentives and pockets of local order on the streets of Pelotas, Brazil [d]
  126. () We need more precise, quantitative models of sentiments [d]
  127. () Research on modeling intrahousehold interactions from the perspective of space–time constraints [d]
  128. () A pathway linking smart growth neighborhoods to home-based pedestrian travel [d]
  129. () Communities and school ratings: examining geography of opportunity in an urban school district located in a resource-rich city [d]
  130. () Geographic visualization in archaeology [d]
  131. Lesley Head, Katarina Saltzman, Gunhild Setten, & Marie Stenseke [ed] () Nature, temporality and environmental management: Scandinavian and Australian perspectives on peoples and landscapes [i] [d]
  132. () Two new mobile apps for rangeland inventory and monitoring by landowners and land managers [d]
  133. () Tales of the quantum: understanding physics' most fundamental theory [i]
  134. () Time, space, and the human geographies of opportunity [i] [d]
  135. () Crime mapping and spatial analysis [i]
  136. () A time-aware spatio-textual recommender system [d]
  137. () Evaluating the effect of visually represented geodata uncertainty on decision-making: systematic review, lessons learned, and recommendations [d]
  138. () Visual analytics of delays and interaction in movement data [d]
  139. () Of maps, cartography and the geography of the International Cartographic Association [d]
  140. () Narrative of the annotated space–time cube: revisiting a historical event [d]
  141. () Time in strategic change research [d]
  142. Miljenko Lapaine & E. Lynn Usery [ed] () Choosing a map projection [i] [d]
  143. Dennis Lehmkuhl, Gregor Schiemann, & Erhard Scholz [ed] () Towards a theory of spacetime theories [i] [d]
  144. () Drawing physics: 2,600 years of discovery from Thales to Higgs [i] [d] [j]
  145. () A viewpoint based approach to the visual exploration of trajectory [d]
  146. () Leveraging big (geo) data with (geo) visual analytics: place as the next frontier [i] [d]
  147. () Spatio-temporal visualisation and data exploration of traditional ecological knowledge/indigenous knowledge [d]
  148. () Advances and trends in bibliographic research: examples of new technological applications for the cataloguing of the georeferenced library heritage [d]
  149. Lorenzo Magnani & Tommaso Bertolotti [ed] () Springer handbook of model-based science [i] [d]
  150. () Assessment of energy sources using GIS [i] [d]
  151. () Voronoi diagrams and spatial analysis of crime [d]
  152. () Spatial thinking assists geographic thinking: evidence from a study exploring the effects of geospatial technology [d]
  153. () Spacetime is doomed [i] [d]
  154. () Visualising higher-dimensional space-time and space-scale objects as projections to ℝ3 [d] [u]
  155. () Modeling and manipulating spacetime objects in a true 4D model [d] [u]
  156. () An analysis of everyday life activities and their consequences for energy use [i] [d]
  157. () GeoBrick: exploration of spatiotemporal data [d]
  158. () Multi-contextual segregation and environmental justice research: toward fine-scale spatiotemporal approaches [p] [d]
  159. () Dynamic networks in the emotional brain [p] [d]
  160. () A network model of the emotional brain [d]
  161. () Somewhere to be permanent for a minute: time and space perceptions of older adult men experiencing chronic homelessness in Detroit [d]
  162. () 4D visual delivery of big climate data: a fast web database application system [d]
  163. () Grouping rules for effective legend design [in maps] [d]
  164. () Terrestrial lessons: the conquest of the world as globe [i] [d]
  165. () Formal reasoning about systems biology using theorem proving [p] [d]
  166. () Quantum physics: what everyone needs to know [i]
  167. Douglas Richardson, Noel Castree, Michael F. Goodchild, Audrey Lynn Kobayashi, Weidong Liu, & Richard A. Marston [ed] () The international encyclopedia of geography: people, the earth, environment, and technology [i] [d]
  168. () Beyond settler time: temporal sovereignty and indigenous self-determination [i] [d]
  169. () Geospatial big data and cartography: research challenges and opportunities for making maps that matter [d]
  170. () Observation and experiment: an introduction to causal inference [i]
  171. () User studies in cartography: opportunities for empirical research on interactive maps and visualizations [d]
  172. () The zoomable universe: an epic tour through cosmic scale, from almost everything to nearly nothing [i]
  173. () Learning from animations: from 2D to 3D? [i] [d]
  174. () What is the relationship between food shopping and daily mobility?: a relational approach to analysis of food access [d]
  175. () Developing & using interaction geography in a museum [d]
  176. () Brain connectivity during encoding and retrieval of spatial information: individual differences in navigation skills [p] [d]
  177. () GIS for transportation [i] [d]
  178. () Visualizing spatial-temporal evaluation of news stories [i] [d]
  179. () Requirements elicitation for geo-information solutions [d]
  180. () Reverse mathematics: proofs from the inside out [i]
  181. () Special relativity and classical field theory: the theoretical minimum [i]
  182. Skylar Tibbits [ed] () Active matter [i]
  183. () The spatialization of racial inequity and educational opportunity: rethinking the rural/urban divide [d]
  184. () Images of time: visual representations of time-oriented data [i] [d]
  185. Sara Imari Walker, Paul C. W. Davies, & George F. R. Ellis [ed] () From matter to life: information and causality [i] [d]
  186. () Moving in time and space: location intelligence for carsharing decision support [d]
  187. () A synoptic visualization framework for the multi-perspective study of biography and prosopography data [u]
  188. Shyam Wuppuluri & Giancarlo Ghirardi [ed] () Space, time, and the limits of human understanding [i] [d]
  189. () Participatory uses of geospatial technologies to leverage multiple knowledge systems within development contexts: a case study from the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  190. () A space-time GIS for visualizing and analyzing clusters in large tracking datasets [i] [d]
  191. () Geographic dynamics, visualization and modeling [i] [d]
  192. () Temporal schema versioning in τOWL: a systematic approach for the management of time-varying knowledge [d]
  193. () True lies in geospatial big data: detecting location spoofing in social media [d]
  194. Chenghu Zhou, Fenzhen Su, Francis Harvey, & Jun Xu [ed] () Spatial data handling in big data era: select papers from the 17th IGU Spatial Data Handling Symposium 2016 [i] [d]
  195. () Human connectomics across the life span [p] [d]
  196. Anthony Aguirre, Brendan Foster, & Zeeya Merali [ed] () Trick or truth?: the mysterious connection between physics and mathematics [i] [d]
  197. () Physics and video analysis [i] [d]
  198. () Linking movement ecology with wildlife management and conservation [d]
  199. () Integrating social network data into GISystems [d]
  200. () Patterns in nature: why the natural world looks the way it does [i] [d]
  201. () Electrophysiology, chronometrics, and cross-cultural psychometrics at the Biosignal Lab: why it began, what we learned, and why it ended [d]
  202. () A geography of digestion: biotechnology and the Kellogg cereal enterprise [i]
  203. () Spatiotemporal microbial evolution on antibiotic landscapes [p] [d]
  204. () The World Wide Web as complex data set: expanding the digital humanities into the twentieth century and beyond through Internet research [d]
  205. () Physical, behavioral and spatiotemporal perspectives of home in humans and other animals [i] [d]
  206. () Faithonomics: religion and the free market [i]
  207. () Animated visualization of spatial-temporal trajectory data for air-traffic analysis [d]
  208. () Fundamental physics, partial models and time's arrow [i] [d]
  209. () The internet of places at community-scale: design scenarios for hyperlocal neighborhood [i] [d]
  210. () Diagrams of the past: how timelines can aid the growth of historical knowledge [d]
  211. () Spatiotemporal data model for network time geographic analysis in the era of big data [d]
  212. () Measuring space–time access to food retailers: a case of temporal access disparity in Franklin County, Ohio [d]
  213. () Big history: examines our past, explains our present, imagines our future [i]
  214. () Decision making and sustainability in built environments [i] [d]
  215. () Improving remote sensing crop classification by argumentation-based conflict resolution in ensemble learning [d]
  216. () Some cosmological implications of temporal experience [i] [d]
  217. () A context-sensitive conceptual framework for activity modelling [d] [u]
  218. () Cartographic grounds: projecting the landscape imaginary [i]
  219. Yuval Dolev & Michael Roubach [ed] () Cosmological and psychological time [i] [d]
  220. Ross E. Dunn, Laura Jane Mitchell, & Kerry Ward [ed] () The new world history: a field guide for teachers and researchers [i] [j]
  221. () Contextualizing local-scale point sample data using global-scale spatial datasets: lessons learnt from the analysis of large-scale land acquisitions [d]
  222. () How can physics underlie the mind?: top-down causation in the human context [i] [d]
  223. () The location of creative clusters in non-metropolitan areas: a methodological proposition [d]
  224. () Program Earth: environmental sensing technology and the making of a computational planet [i] [d]
  225. () Spatio-temporal data streams [i] [d]
  226. () Quantifying animal trajectories using spatial aggregation and sequence analysis: a case study of differentiating trajectories of multiple species [d]
  227. Georg F. Gartner, Markus Jobst, & Haosheng Huang [ed] () Progress in cartography: EuroCarto 2015 [i] [d]
  228. Jay D. Gatrell, Ryan R. Jensen, Mark W. Patterson, & Nancy Hoalst-Pullen [ed] () Urban sustainability: policy and praxis [i] [d]
  229. () How to do science with models: a philosophical primer [i] [d]
  230. () Facilitating PPGIS through university libraries [d]
  231. () Constructing work travel inequalities: the role of household gender contracts [d]
  232. () Major mechanisms of atmospheric moisture transport and their role in extreme precipitation events [d]
  233. () Why not both?: combining 2D maps and 3D space-time cubes for human trajectory data visualization [d]
  234. () Structural realism, emergence, and predictions in next-generation ecological modelling: synthesis from a special issue [d]
  235. () Where are the garden(er)s?: examining gardener motivations and community garden participation-sheds in Austin, Texas [i] [d]
  236. () Path dependence in operational research—how the modeling process can influence the results [d]
  237. () From PGIS to participatory deep mapping and spatial storytelling: an evolving trajectory in community knowledge representation in GIS [d]
  238. () The Land-Potential Knowledge System (LandPKS): mobile apps and collaboration for optimizing climate change investments [d]
  239. () Mathematics as an empirical phenomenon, subject to modeling [i] [d]
  240. () One mechanism, many models: a distributed theory of mechanistic explanation [d]
  241. () Accelerating the discovery of space-time patterns of infectious diseases using parallel computing [d]
  242. () Activity patterns, socioeconomic status and urban spatial structure: what can social media data tell us? [d]
  243. Van-Nam Huynh, Vladik Kreinovich, & Songsak Sriboonchitta [ed] () Causal inference in econometrics [i] [d]
  244. () Mathematical models of time as a heuristic tool [i] [d]
  245. Emiliano Ippoliti, Fabio Sterpetti, & Thomas Nickles [ed] () Models and inferences in science [i] [d]
  246. () Brief introduction to causal compositional models [i] [d]
  247. () Reckoning with matter: calculating machines, innovation, and thinking about thinking from Pascal to Babbage [i] [d]
  248. () Novel application of a quantitative spatial comparison tool to species distribution data [d]
  249. () Biomimicry for designers: applying nature's processes and materials in the real world [i]
  250. () Environmental Virtual Observatories (EVOs): prospects for knowledge co-creation and resilience in the information age [d]
  251. () Geographic interpretations of the Internet [i] [d]
  252. () Conceptualising patterns of spatial flows: five decades of advances in the definition and use of functional regions [d]
  253. Shin'ichi Konomi & George Roussos [ed] () Enriching urban spaces with ambient computing, the internet of things, and smart city design [i] [d]
  254. () Algorithmic geographies: big data, algorithmic uncertainty, and the production of geographic knowledge [d]
  255. () Territoriality, map-mindedness, and the politics of place [d]
  256. () An event-driven, scalable and real-time geo-spatial disaster forensics architecture: decision support for integrated disaster risk reduction [i] [d]
  257. Bernard V. Lightman [ed] () A companion to the history of science [i] [d]
  258. () Kinematic interpolation of movement data [d]
  259. () Individual-based tracking systems in ornithology: welcome to the era of big data [d]
  260. () A wildlife movement approach to optimally locate wildlife crossing structures [d]
  261. () Anticipating flash-floods: multi-scale aspects of the social response [d]
  262. () Heuristic approaches to models and modeling in systems biology [d]
  263. () Scientific models are distributed and never abstract: a naturalistic perspective [i] [d]
  264. Lorenzo Magnani & Claudia Casadio [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: logical, epistemological, and cognitive issues [i] [d]
  265. () Ambiguous geographies: connecting case study knowledge with global change science [d]
  266. () Integrating technologies for scalable ecology and conservation [d]
  267. () Gerrymandering in America: the House of Representatives, the Supreme Court, and the future of popular sovereignty [i] [d]
  268. () Visualizing evolution as it happens [p] [d]
  269. () Visualization as heuristics: the use of maps and diagrams in 19th century epidemiology [i] [d]
  270. () Counter-mapping for social justice [i] [d]
  271. () Representation of continuously changing data over time and space: modeling the shape of spatiotemporal phenomena [i] [d]
  272. () Using life history calendars to survey vulnerability [i] [d]
  273. () In praise of simple physics: the science and mathematics behind everyday questions [i] [d] [j]
  274. () Dynamic cartography: a concept for multidimensional point symbols [i] [d]
  275. () Mobility disadvantage and livelihood opportunities of marginalized widowed women in rural Uganda [d]
  276. () Incorporating explicit geospatial data shows more species at risk of extinction than the current Red List [d]
  277. () Mapping the digital terrain: towards indigenous geographic information and spatial data quality indicators for indigenous knowledge and traditional land-use data collection [d]
  278. () From mental maps to GeoParticipation [d]
  279. () Rosa Parks redux: racial mobility projects on the journey to work [d]
  280. () A novel method to verify multilevel computational models of biological systems using multiscale spatio-temporal meta model checking [p] [d]
  281. () The mindful self in space and time [i] [d]
  282. () Regional science in a physical/virtual more/less world [d]
  283. () The visualizable, the representable and the inconceivable: realist and non-realist mathematical models in physics and beyond [p] [d]
  284. () The neo-humanitarians: assessing the credibility of organized volunteer crisis mappers [d]
  285. Andrew P. Roddick & Ann Brower Stahl [ed] () Knowledge in motion: constellations of learning across time and place [i]
  286. (/2017) Space, time, and irreversibility: the philosophical problems of contemporary astrophysics [d]
  287. () Multimodal location based services—semantic 3D city data as virtual and augmented reality [i] [d]
  288. () Modeling spatiotemporal information generation [d]
  289. () Emerging technologies to measure neighborhood conditions in public health: implications for interventions and next steps [p] [d]
  290. () Just where does local food live?: assessing farmers' markets in the United States [d]
  291. () Visualizing mathematics with 3D printing [i]
  292. () Beyond the supermarket solution: linking food deserts, neighborhood context, and everyday mobility [d]
  293. () A framework for identifying activity groups from individual space-time profiles [d]
  294. () Between the international and the everyday: geopolitics and imaginaries of home [d]
  295. () ViSTPro: a platform for visualization of spatiotemporal processes on Google Earth [d]
  296. () Analysis of human mobility patterns from GPS trajectories and contextual information [d]
  297. () The deep metaphysics of space: an alternative history and ontology beyond substantivalism and relationism [i] [d]
  298. () Street profile analysis: a new method for mapping crime on major roadways [d]
  299. () Refining imprecise spatio-temporal events: a network-based approach [i] [d]
  300. () Elements of mathematics: from Euclid to Gödel [i] [d]
  301. () SOWL QL: querying spatio-temporal ontologies in OWL [d]
  302. () Time–space distanciation: an interdisciplinary account of how culture shapes the implicit and explicit psychology of time and space [d]
  303. () Emerging opportunities for landscape ecological modelling [d]
  304. () The historical ecological footprint: from over-population to over-consumption [d]
  305. () How is an informal transport infrastructure system formed?: towards a spatially explicit conceptual model [d]
  306. () Executive control of actions across time and space [p] [d]
  307. () Licences and open data in cartography [i] [d]
  308. () A framework for models of movement in geographic space [d]
  309. Michael R. Willig & Lawrence R. Walker [ed] () Long-term ecological research: changing the nature of scientists [i]
  310. () Mapping kinds in GIS and cartography [i]
  311. () Another tale of two cities: understanding human activity space using actively tracked cellphone location data [d]
  312. () Analyzing the distribution of human activity space from mobile phone usage: an individual and urban-oriented study [d]
  313. () GIS for environmental applications: a practical approach [i] [d]
  314. Anthony Aguirre, Brendan Foster, & Zeeya Merali [ed] () It from bit or bit from it?: on physics and information [i] [d]
  315. Anthony Aguirre, Brendan Foster, & Zeeya Merali [ed] () Questioning the foundations of physics: which of our fundamental assumptions are wrong? [i] [d]
  316. () Argument visualization and narrative approaches for collaborative spatial decision making and knowledge construction: a case study for an offshore wind farm project [i] [d]
  317. () After physics [i] [d]
  318. () Against spacetime [i] [d]
  319. () Space–time analysis: concepts, quantitative methods, and future directions [d]
  320. Antonis Antoniou, Robert Klanten, & Sven Ehmann [ed] () Mind the map: illustrated maps and cartography [i]
  321. () Historical ecology and ethnobiology: applied research for environmental conservation and social justice [d]
  322. () Spacetime weave—bit as the connection between its, or the informational content of spacetime [i] [d]
  323. () Knowledge discovery in spatial planning data: a concept for cluster understanding [i] [d]
  324. () Health, science, and place: a new model [i] [d]
  325. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, & Trevor M. Harris [ed] () Deep maps and spatial narratives [i]
  326. () An insight into information, entanglement and time [i] [d]
  327. () Understanding crime with computational topology [i] [d]
  328. () The stack: on software and sovereignty [i] [d]
  329. () Engaging the wisdom of crowds and public judgement for land use planning using public participation geographic information systems [d]
  330. Chris Brunsdon & Alexander D. Singleton [ed] () Geocomputation: a practical primer [i] [d]
  331. Jan Brus, Alena Vondrakova, & Vit Vozenilek [ed] () Modern trends in cartography: selected papers of Cartocon 2014 [i] [d]
  332. () Weaponizing maps: indigenous peoples and counterinsurgency in the Americas [i]
  333. Margarita Vázquez Campos & Antonio Manuel Liz Gutiérrez [ed] () Temporal points of view: subjective and objective aspects [i] [d]
  334. () Cartography III: a post-representational perspective on cognitive cartography [d]
  335. () A spatio-temporal network representation for manufacturing [i] [d]
  336. () Contextual uncertainties, human mobility, and perceived food environment: the uncertain geographic context problem in food access research [p] [d]
  337. () A survey of qualitative spatial representations [d]
  338. () Spaces and places: engaging a mixed-methods approach for exploring the multiple geographies of pedestrian injury [i]
  339. Vincenzo De Risi [ed] () Mathematizing space: the objects of geometry from antiquity to the early modern age [i] [d]
  340. () A method for collecting lifecourse data: assessing the utility of the lifegrid [i] [d]
  341. () Analysis and visualisation of movement: an interdisciplinary review [p] [d]
  342. () The now and the passage of time: from physics to psychology [d]
  343. () Maps and memes: redrawing culture, place, and identity in indigenous communities [i]
  344. () Media boundaries and conceptual modelling: between texts and maps [i] [d] [u]
  345. () Human development in time and place [i] [d]
  346. Amy J. Elias & Christian Moraru [ed] () The planetary turn: relationality and geoaesthetics in the twenty-first century [i]
  347. () Hypercube-based visualization architecture for web-based environmental geospatial information systems [d]
  348. () Levels of organization: a deflationary account [d]
  349. () Socially reconstructing history: the Social History Timestream application [d]
  350. Marcus Felson, Martin A. Andresen, & Graham Farrell [ed] () The criminal act: the role and influence of routine activity theory [i] [d]
  351. () Accurate attribute mapping from volunteered geographic information: issues of volunteer quantity and quality [d]
  352. () From stories to scientific models and back: narrative framing in modern macroscopic physics [d]
  353. (/2016) The universe in your hand: a journey through space, time, and beyond [i]
  354. () Doing the math: calculating the role of evolution and enculturation in the origins of geometrical and mathematical reasoning [d]
  355. () Toward a spatial-temporal measure of land-use mix [d] [u]
  356. Melissa D. Giesbrecht & Valorie A. Crooks [ed] () Place, health, and diversity: learning from the Canadian experience [i]
  357. () Cartographic visualization of human trajectory data: overview and analysis [d]
  358. () Places of inequality, places of possibility: mapping 'opportunity in geography' across urban school-communities [d]
  359. () On muddled reasoning and mediation modeling [d]
  360. () Is spacetime countable? [i] [d]
  361. () The digital globe and new mediations of the environment [i] [d]
  362. () Analysis of basic relations within insights of spatio-temporal analysis [i] [d]
  363. () The royal road to time: how understanding of the evolution of time in the brain addresses memory, dreaming, flow, and other psychological phenomena [p] [d]
  364. () Time-use patterns and sustainable urban form: a case study to explore potential links [d]
  365. () The value of educators 'on the floor': comparing three modes of presenting Science On a Sphere [d]
  366. () Methods to create a longitudinal integrated demographic and geographic database on the micro-level: a case study of five Swedish rural parishes, 1813–1914 [d]
  367. Marco Helbich, Jamal Jokar Arsanjani, & Michael Leitner [ed] () Computational approaches for urban environments [i] [d]
  368. () The life of lines [i] [d]
  369. () Spatial ecology, landscapes, and the geography of vector-borne disease: a multi-disciplinary review [d]
  370. Osvaldo Muñiz Solari, Ali Demirci, & Joop van der Schee [ed] () Geospatial technologies and geography education in a changing world: geospatial practices and lessons learned [i] [d]
  371. () Public participation in geocomputation to support spatial decision-making [i] [d]
  372. () Inductive visualization: a humanistic alternative to GIS [d]
  373. () Map power and map methodologies for social justice [j]
  374. () Critical visualization in landscape and urban planning: making the invisible visible [d]
  375. () The spatial distribution of terrorism around the world and in the United States [i] [d]
  376. () Putting terrorism in context: lessons from the global terrorism database [i] [d]
  377. () 'All the world's a stage': a GIS framework for recreating personal time-space from qualitative and quantitative sources [d]
  378. Gilbert Laporte, Stefan Nickel, & Francisco Saldanha da Gama [ed] () Location science [i] [d]
  379. () Geospatial big data: challenges and opportunities [d]
  380. () The hearing, the mapping, and the Web: investigating emerging online sound mapping practices [d]
  381. () Model robustness as a confirmatory virtue: the case of climate science [p] [d]
  382. Margaret L. Loper [ed] () Modeling and simulation in the systems engineering life cycle: core concepts and accompanying lectures [i] [d]
  383. () Modeling time [i] [d]
  384. () Chemical reactivity drives spatiotemporal organisation of bacterial metabolism [d]
  385. () Open maps for everyone [u]
  386. () Black atlas: geography and flow in nineteenth-century African American literature [i] [d]
  387. Susan P. Mains, Julie Cupples, & Chris Lukinbeal [ed] () Mediated geographies and geographies of media [i] [d]
  388. () Multicriteria decision analysis in geographic information science [i] [d]
  389. Gary F. Marcus & Jeremy Andrew Freeman [ed] () The future of the brain: essays by the world's leading neuroscientists [i] [d] [j]
  390. () Combining system dynamics and agent-based modeling to analyze social-ecological interactions—an example from modeling restoration of a shallow lake [d]
  391. () Accessing the environment: delivering ecological and societal benefits through knowledge integration—the case of water management [d]
  392. () The development of temporal cognition [i] [d]
  393. () Spatio-temporal knowledge discovery [i] [d]
  394. () Principles of systems science [i] [d]
  395. () Adaptive relative motion representation of space–time trajectories [d]
  396. () 'Mountains of work': spatialization of work projects in a virtual geographic environment [d]
  397. () Should we all just stay home?: travel, out-of-home activities, and life satisfaction [d]
  398. () Reconstructing reality: models, mathematics, and simulations [i] [d]
  399. () Maps as knowledge aggregators: from Renaissance Italy Fra Mauro to web search engines [d]
  400. () A time geographic approach for delineating areas of sustained wildlife use [d]
  401. () Emergent spatio-temporal dimensions of the city: habitus and urban rhythms [i] [d]
  402. () Spatiotemporal processes and their implementation in spatial system dynamics models [d]
  403. () Putting families into place: using neighborhood-effects research and activity spaces to understand families [d]
  404. () Critical geographies of cycling: history, political economy and culture [i]
  405. () The life course of women who have experienced abuse: a life chart study in general psychiatric care [d]
  406. () Measurement, coordination, and the relativized a priori [d]
  407. () ARAMANI: decision-support tool for selecting optimal participatory mapping method [d]
  408. () A space time alarm [i] [d]
  409. () Replication of scientific research: addressing geoprivacy, confidentiality, and data sharing challenges in geospatial research [d]
  410. () Networks for memory, perception, and decision-making, and beyond to how the syntax for language might be implemented in the brain [d]
  411. () The art of illustrated maps: a complete guide to creative mapmaking's history, process, and inspiration [i]
  412. () Legal issues in mapping traditional knowledge: digital cartography in the Canadian North [d]
  413. () The really big one: an earthquake will destroy a sizable portion of the coastal Northwest—the question is when [u]
  414. () Cartography-oriented design of 3D geospatial information visualization: overview and techniques [d]
  415. () Interdependence: biology and beyond [i] [d] [j]
  416. Lívia Mathias Simão, Danilo Silva Guimarães, & Jaan Valsiner [ed] () Temporality: culture in the flow of human experience [i]
  417. () Lessons from Einstein's 1915 discovery of general relativity [u]
  418. () Cerebral cartography and connectomics [p] [d]
  419. () Analyzing spatio-temporal patterns and their evolution via sequence alignment [d]
  420. () Discovering order in chaos: using a heuristic ontology to derive spatio-temporal sequences for cadastral data [d]
  421. () Alternative GIS (alt.gis) and the six senses of the new mind: is alt.gis transforming GIS into a liberation technology? [i] [d]
  422. () Emerging GIS themes and the six senses of the new mind: is GIS becoming a liberation technology? [d]
  423. () Merging diaries and GPS records: the method of data collection for spatio-temporal research [d]
  424. () On the overuse and misuse of mediation analysis: it may be a matter of timing [d]
  425. () Mapping the frontiers and front lines of global environmental justice: the EJAtlas [global environmental justice atlas] [d] [u]
  426. () The divergent city: unequal and uneven development in St. Louis [d]
  427. () My GIS: a ten by ten approach [GIS as a model for individualized medicine] [i]
  428. () An alternative method to constructing time cartograms for the visual representation of scheduled movement data [d]
  429. () The singular universe and the reality of time: a proposal in natural philosophy [i] [d]
  430. () Skyfaring: a journey with a pilot [i]
  431. () Annual research review: growth connectomics—the organization and reorganization of brain networks during normal and abnormal development [p] [d]
  432. () Patterns in the fabric of nature [i] [d]
  433. () 'Therapeutic landscapes' and the importance of nostalgia, solastalgia, salvage and abandonment for psychiatric hospital design [d]
  434. Nancy Worth & Irene Hardill [ed] () Researching the lifecourse: critical reflections from the social sciences [i] [d]
  435. () GIS algorithms [i]
  436. () Promoting participatory community building in refugee camps with mapping technology [i] [d]
  437. () The power of one sentient being: the computer simulation of a bodhisattva's altruism using agent-based modelling [d]
  438. () Everyday cycling in urban environments: understanding behaviors and constraints in space-time [i] [d]
  439. () Exploring space–time paths in physical and social closeness spaces: a space–time GIS approach [d]
  440. () GIS as a narrative generation platform [i]
  441. () Platys: from position to place-oriented mobile computing [d]
  442. () Designing spatio-temporal PIM tools for prospective memory support [i] [d]
  443. () How to think about analysis [in mathematics] [i]
  444. () A visual analytics approach to segmenting and labeling multivariate time series data [u]
  445. () Accidental, open and everywhere: emerging data sources for the understanding of cities [d]
  446. () Mathematics and the real world: the remarkable role of evolution in the making of mathematics [i]
  447. Abhay Ashtekar & Vesselin Petkov [ed] () Springer handbook of spacetime [i] [d]
  448. () The high-resolution carbon geography of Perú: a collaborative report of the Carnegie Airborne Observatory and the Ministry of Environment of Perú [u]
  449. () Visualizing dynamic networks with matrix cubes [i] [d]
  450. () A review of temporal data visualizations based on space-time cube operations [u]
  451. () Map art lab: 52 exciting art explorations in mapmaking, imagination, and travel [i]
  452. () Harnessing the geospatial semantic web: toward place-based information organization and access [d]
  453. () Scalar travel documentaries: animating the limits of the body and life [d]
  454. () The rebirth of distance in the context of urban sustainability [i] [d]
  455. () Moving beyond neighborhood: activity spaces and ecological networks as contexts for youth development [p] [u]
  456. Claudio Calosi & Pierluigi Graziani [ed] () Mereology and the sciences: parts and wholes in the contemporary scientific context [i] [d]
  457. () Validation and variability: dual challenges on the path from systems biology to systems medicine [d]
  458. () Using visual information analysis to explore complex patterns in the activity of designers [d]
  459. () Place, not race: a new vision of opportunity in America [i]
  460. () The universe as a process of unique events [d]
  461. Ana Crespo Solana [ed] () Spatio-temporal narratives: historical GIS and the study of global trading networks (1500–1800) [i]
  462. () Physics and necessity: rationalist pursuits from the Cartesian past to the quantum present [i] [d]
  463. Allan Charles Dawson, Laura Zanotti, & Ismael Vaccaro [ed] () Negotiating territoriality: spatial dialogues between state and tradition [i] [d]
  464. () A web-based geospatial toolkit for the monitoring of dengue fever [d]
  465. Dori Derdikman & James J. Knierim [ed] () Space, time and memory in the hippocampal formation [i] [d]
  466. () Space-time analyses for forecasting future incident occurrence: a case study from Yosemite National Park using the presence and background learning algorithm [d]
  467. () Temporal decomposition: a strategy for building mathematical models of complex metabolic systems [d]
  468. () Voxel-based probabilistic space-time prisms for analysing animal movements and habitat use [d]
  469. Matt Duckham, Edzer Pebesma, Kathleen Stewart Hornsby, & Andrew U. Frank [ed] () Geographic information science: 8th International Conference, GIScience 2014, Vienna, Austria, September 24–26, 2014: proceedings [i] [d]
  470. () Reality mining: using big data to engineer a better world [i] [j]
  471. () Residential location and daily travel distances: the influence of trip purpose [d]
  472. () Species, historicity, and path dependency [d] [j]
  473. () Space and society in central Brazil: a Panará ethnography [i]
  474. () Learning to look beyond the frame: reflections on the changing meaning of images in the age of digital media practices [d]
  475. () Everyday calculus: discovering the hidden math all around us [i] [d] [j]
  476. Manfred M. Fischer & Peter Nijkamp [ed] () Handbook of regional science [i] [d]
  477. Thomas Jekel, Eric Sanchez, Inga Gryl, Caroline Juneau-Sion, & John Lyon [ed] () Learning and teaching with geomedia [i]
  478. () The spatial and temporal dynamics of species interactions in mixed-species forests: from pattern to process [d]
  479. Ulrike Gehring & Peter Weibel [ed] () Mapping spaces: networks of knowledge in 17th century landscape painting [i]
  480. () Teaching poverty with geographic visualization and geographic information systems (GIS): a case study of East Buffalo and food access [d]
  481. () Mental maps compared to actual spatial behavior using GPS data: a new method for investigating segregation in cities [d]
  482. () Typologies of tourists' time–space consumption: a new approach using GPS data and GIS tools [d]
  483. () The location patterns of artistic clusters: a metro- and neighborhood-level analysis [d]
  484. () Making space: how the brain knows where things are [i]
  485. () Models in biology: 'accurate descriptions of our pathetic thinking' [p] [d]
  486. () Energy, metaphysics, and space: Ernst Mach's interpretation of energy conservation as the principle of causality [d]
  487. () The role of GPS-enabled information in transforming operational decision making: an exploratory study [d]
  488. () You are here: around the world in 92 minutes [i]
  489. () A metadata schema for geospatial resource discovery use cases [u]
  490. () A history of the twentieth century in 100 maps [i] [d]
  491. () Big board: teleconferencing over maps for shared situational awareness [d]
  492. () Macrosystems ecology: understanding ecological patterns and processes at continental scales [d]
  493. () The homing instinct: meaning & mystery in animal migration [i]
  494. () Extracting more knowledge from time diaries [d]
  495. () The appropriation of ecological space: agrofuels, unequal exchange and environmental load displacements [i] [d]
  496. () Mapping the cost of a balanced diet, as a function of travel time and food price [d] [u]
  497. () History's contributions to energy research and policy [d]
  498. () The space-time budget method in criminological research [d]
  499. () Does the city's pulse beat at the same rate for men and women?: gender time-geography [u]
  500. () Understanding monthly variability in human activity spaces: a twelve-month study using mobile phone call detail records [d]
  501. () 4-D statistical surface method for visual change detection in forest ecosystem simulation time series [d]
  502. () Redefining neighborhoods using common destinations: social characteristics of activity spaces and home census tracts compared [d]
  503. () Spatial resilience and urban planning: addressing the interdependence of urban retail areas [d]
  504. () Web-based spatiotemporal simulation modeling and visualization of tsunami inundation and potential human response [d]
  505. () Tuneable resolution as a systems biology approach for multi-scale, multi-compartment computational models [p] [d]
  506. () Small data in the era of big data [d]
  507. Anne Kelly Knowles, Tim Cole, & Alberto Giordano [ed] () Geographies of the Holocaust [i]
  508. () Interactive visual summaries for detection and assessment of spatiotemporal patterns in geospatial time series [d]
  509. () Mapping family connectedness across space and time [d]
  510. () Linked data—a paradigm shift for geographic information science [i] [d]
  511. Mei-Po Kwan, Douglas B. Richardson, Donggen Wang, & Chenghu Zhou [ed] () Space-time integration in geography and GIScience: research frontiers in the US and China [i] [d]
  512. () Feature-based automatic identification of interesting data segments in group movement data [d]
  513. () Contingency horizon: on private events and the analysis of behavior [p] [d]
  514. () A Bayesian and emergent view of the brain [d]
  515. () Big data for development: facts and figures: what is big data, and could it transform development policy? [u]
  516. () Mining GPS data for mobility patterns: a survey [d]
  517. () Exploring spatial scale in geography [i] [d]
  518. Christopher D. Lloyd, Ian Shuttleworth, & David W. S. Wong [ed] () Social-spatial segregation: concepts, processes and outcomes [i] [d]
  519. () Examining personal air pollution exposure, intake, and health danger zone using time geography and 3D geovisualization [d]
  520. () Geo-social visual analytics [d] [u]
  521. () Contextualizing the global relevance of local land change observations [d]
  522. () A proposal for geo-spatial-time-tagged publications [u]
  523. Hugo Merchant & Victor de Lafuente [ed] () Neurobiology of interval timing [i] [d]
  524. () The geography of large-scale land acquisitions: analysing socio-ecological patterns of target contexts in the global South [d]
  525. () Representing space in the scientific revolution [i] [d]
  526. () Activity-based analysis [i] [d]
  527. Daniel R. Montello, Karl Grossner, & Donald G. Janelle [ed] () Space in mind: concepts for spatial learning and education [i] [j]
  528. () Responses of seed-dispersing birds to amount of rainforest in the landscape around fragments [p] [d]
  529. () Where are you from?: place as a form of scripting in independent cinema [d]
  530. () Singing in space and time: the biology of birdsong [i] [d]
  531. () Poverty, disease, and the ecology of complex systems [p] [d]
  532. () The digital atlas dilemma: outlining the challenges for libraries [d]
  533. () Exploring eye movement patterns on cartographic animations using projections of a space-time-cube [d]
  534. () Foundations of sustainability information representation theory: spatial–temporal dynamics of sustainable systems [d]
  535. () Geospatial considerations for a multiorganizational, landscape-scale program [d]
  536. () Study of the attentive behavior of novice and expert map users using eye tracking [d]
  537. () How do people view multi-component animated maps? [d]
  538. () The fourth dimension [i]
  539. () Things to make and do in the fourth dimension: a mathematician's journey through narcissistic numbers, optimal dating algorithms, at least two kinds of infinity, and more [i]
  540. () Ancient discipline, modern concern: geographers in the field of energy and society [d]
  541. Maria de Paz & Robert DiSalle [ed] () Poincaré, philosopher of science: problems and perspectives [i] [d]
  542. () The last piece is you [d]
  543. () A new insight into land use classification based on aggregated mobile phone data [d]
  544. () Spatio-temporal data handling and visualization in GRASS GIS [u]
  545. () Satellite remote sensing for applied ecologists: opportunities and challenges [d]
  546. () Energy systems modeling for twenty-first century energy challenges [d]
  547. () How geographical information systems analysis influences the continuum of patient care [p]
  548. () Multi-scale analysis of linear data in a two-dimensional space [d]
  549. () Does segregation create winners and losers?: residential segregation and inequality in educational attainment [d]
  550. Peter J. Rentfrow [ed] () Geographical psychology: exploring the interaction of environment and behavior [i] [d]
  551. () The bird's-eye view: toward an environmental history of aviation [d]
  552. () Swarm planning for climate change: how transformations can be achieved [i] [d]
  553. () Amazonian routes: indigenous mobility and colonial communities in northern Brazil [i]
  554. () Visualizing player movement in sport using 3D Web GIS [u]
  555. () Map room to data and GIS services: five university libraries evolving to meet campus needs and changing technologies [d]
  556. () Visualizing knowledge along semantic and geographic dimensions: a web intelligence platform to explore climate change coverage [i] [d]
  557. () Encoding and querying historic map content [i] [d]
  558. () Well-being, context, and everyday activities in space and time [d]
  559. () Moving beyond the residential neighborhood to explore social inequalities in exposure to area-level disadvantage: Results from the Interdisciplinary Study on Inequalities in Smoking [d]
  560. () Remote sensing place: satellite images as visual spatial imaginaries [d]
  561. Lawrence Sklar [ed] () Physical theory: method and interpretation [i] [d]
  562. () Cross-scale interactions: quantifying multi-scaled cause–effect relationships in macrosystems [d]
  563. () Category theory for the sciences [i] [u]
  564. () From mathematics to generic programming [i]
  565. () Smartphones as pocketable labs: visions for mobile brain imaging and neurofeedback [d]
  566. () The smartphone brain scanner: a mobile real-time neuroimaging system [p] [d]
  567. () Measuring large-scale social networks with high resolution [p] [d]
  568. () Towards (re)constructing narratives from georeferenced photographs through visual analytics [d]
  569. Janardhanan Sundaresan, K. M. Santosh, Andrea Déri, Rob Roggema, & Ramesh Singh [ed] () Geospatial technologies and climate change [i] [d]
  570. () Quantum mechanics: the theoretical minimum [i]
  571. () Visualizations of coastal terrain time series [d]
  572. () High-resolution space-time processes for agents at the built–human interface of urban earthquakes [d]
  573. () Transcending the cube: translating GIScience time and space perspectives in a humanities GIS [d]
  574. () Programming languages as technical artifacts [d]
  575. () Your life in weeks [u]
  576. () The continuous spatio-temporal model (CSTM) as an exhaustive framework for multi-scale spatio-temporal analysis [d]
  577. () Sensor data streams [i] [d]
  578. () Are we what we do?: exploring group behaviour through user-defined event-sequence similarity [d]
  579. () PODD: a portable diary data collection system [i] [d]
  580. () Can humans form four-dimensional spatial representations? [i] [j]
  581. () Land-use transport interaction models [i] [d]
  582. () A comparison of criminological and public health models: geographic and social diversity associated with methamphetamine laboratory seizures [d]
  583. () When are food deserts?: integrating time into research on food accessibility [d]
  584. () A representation framework for studying spatiotemporal changes and interactions of dynamic geographic phenomena [d]
  585. () Spatiotemporal neural dynamics of moral judgment: a high-density ERP study [d]
  586. () Subaltern empowerment in the geoweb: tensions between publicity and privacy [d]
  587. () Placebo analgesia and reward processing: integrating genetics, personality, and intrinsic brain activity [d]
  588. () Temporal GIS for historical research [i]
  589. () Space–time representation and analytics [d]
  590. () Zooming into individuals to understand the collective: a review of trajectory-based travel behaviour studies [d]
  591. () Visual analysis design to support research into movement and use of space in Tallinn: a case study [d]
  592. () Detecting the dynamics of urban structure through spatial network analysis [d]
  593. () Volunteered geographic information: potential implications for participatory planning [d]
  594. () Environmental and human controls of ecosystem functional diversity in temperate South America [d]
  595. () The anatomical distance of functional connections predicts brain network topology in health and schizophrenia [d]
  596. () The role of locomotion in psychological development [p] [d]
  597. () Visual analytics of movement [i] [d]
  598. () Space transformation for understanding group movement [d]
  599. () Towards privacy-preserving semantic mobility analysis [d]
  600. () A map of the world: according to illustrators & storytellers [i]
  601. () Mobile forms of belonging [d]
  602. () Biological diversity mapping comes of age [d]
  603. () Environmental geoinformatics: monitoring and management [i] [d]
  604. () Identifying and tracking major events using geo-social networks [d]
  605. () Emergences in quantum measurement processes [d]
  606. () AllAboard: a system for exploring urban mobility and optimizing public transport using cellphone data [i] [d]
  607. () Situational causes of offending: a fixed-effects analysis of space–time budget data [d]
  608. () Calendars: representational homogeneity and heterogeneous time [d]
  609. () A new history of the humanities: the search for principles and patterns from Antiquity to the present [i] [d]
  610. () Intensive longitudinal methods: an introduction to diary and experience sampling research [i]
  611. () Vegetation change and land tenure in Mexico: a country-wide analysis [d]
  612. (/2015) The Andes: a geographical portrait [i] [d]
  613. () Code as cartography [d]
  614. () Redefining geobrowsing [d]
  615. () Understanding individual mobility patterns from urban sensing data: a mobile phone trace example [d]
  616. () Toward renewable energy geo-information infrastructures: applications of GIScience and remote sensing that build institutional capacity [d]
  617. () The last big atlas? [d]
  618. () Interactive three-dimensional geovisualization of space–time access to food [d]
  619. () Confronting the data-divide in a time of spatial turns and volunteered geographic information [d]
  620. () Constant-scale natural boundary mapping to reveal global and cosmic processes [i] [d]
  621. () Whatever next?: predictive brains, situated agents, and the future of cognitive science [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  622. () Science and the messy, uncontrollable world of nature [i] [d]
  623. () Idealisations in normative models [d] [j]
  624. () Advanced Land Observing Satellite Phased Array Type L-Band SAR (ALOS PALSAR) to inform the conservation of mangroves: Sundarbans as a case study [d]
  625. () Functional anatomy of timing differs for production versus prediction of time intervals [d]
  626. Lance Craighead & Charles L. Convis [ed] () Conservation planning: shaping the future [i]
  627. () Linking time geography and activity theory to support the activities of mobile information seekers [d]
  628. () The geography of celebrity and glamour: reflections on economy, culture, and desire in the city [d]
  629. () Using Google Street View for systematic observation of the built environment: analysis of spatio-temporal instability of imagery dates [p] [d]
  630. () Atoms, honeycombs, and fabric scraps: rethinking timelines in the undergraduate classroom [j] [u]
  631. () Understanding temporal rhythms and travel behaviour at destinations: potential ways to achieve more sustainable travel [d]
  632. () It takes a network to get dinner: designing location-based systems to address local food needs [i] [d]
  633. () Cartography: making sense of our worlds [d]
  634. () Quantifying temporal change in biodiversity: challenges and opportunities [p] [d]
  635. () Time perception in children: a neurodevelopmental approach [d]
  636. () Decentralized spatial computing: foundations of geosensor networks [i] [d]
  637. () Optical satellite imagery for quantifying spatio-temporal dimension of physical exposure in disaster risk assessments [d]
  638. () How to build a brain: a neural architecture for biological cognition [i]
  639. () A platform for location based app development for citizen science and community mapping [i] [d]
  640. () Partisan gerrymandering and the construction of American democracy [i] [d]
  641. () The social production of ecosystem services: a framework for studying environmental justice and ecological complexity in urbanized landscapes [d]
  642. () A space–time efficiency model for optimizing intra-intersection vehicle–pedestrian evacuation movements [d]
  643. () The social interaction potential of metropolitan regions: a time-geographic measurement approach using joint accessibility [d]
  644. () Time and crisis [d]
  645. () The library as research partner and data creator: the Don Valley Historical Mapping Project [d]
  646. () Moment-to-moment brain signal variability: a next frontier in human brain mapping? [d]
  647. () Personality and place [d]
  648. () The derivation of space [i]
  649. () Agent-based land-use models and farming games on the social web—fertile ground for a collaborative future? [d]
  650. () Prospects for a space–time GIS [d]
  651. () Se busca geobibliotecario: los datos geográficos entran en la biblioteca [d]
  652. () The primacy of geometry [d]
  653. () Neurocognitive biases and the patterns of spontaneous correlations in the human cortex [d]
  654. () Using life history plots to visualize criminal careers [d]
  655. Dietrich Henckel, Susanne Thomaier, Benjamin Könecke, Roberto Zedda, & Stefano Stabilini [ed] () Space–time design of the public city [i] [d]
  656. () Cities and flows: re-asserting a relationship as fundamental as it is delicate [d]
  657. () Network hubs in the human brain [d]
  658. () Investigating variations in the provision of digital services in public libraries using network-based GIS models [d]
  659. () There are no particles, there are only fields [d]
  660. () YAGO2: a spatially and temporally enhanced knowledge base from Wikipedia [d]
  661. () A taxonomy of event-level dimensions: implications for understanding leadership processes, behavior, and performance [d]
  662. () Enhanced analysis of landscape structure: inclusion of transition zones and small-scale landscape elements [d]
  663. () Systematicity: the nature of science [i] [d]
  664. Jiří Hřebíček, Gerald Schimak, Miroslav Kubásek, & Andrea E. Rizzoli [ed] () Environmental software systems: fostering information sharing: 10th IFIP WG 5.11 International Symposium, ISESS 2013, Neusiedl am See, Austria, October 9–11, 2013: proceedings [i] [d]
  665. () Dynamic functional connectivity: promise, issues, and interpretations [d]
  666. () Modeling without representation [d] [j]
  667. () Objective similarity and mental representation [d]
  668. () Visualizing time-varying topics via images and texts for inter-media analysis [d]
  669. () Listen with your eyes: towards a filmic geography [d]
  670. () An introduction to statistical learning: with applications in R [i] [d]
  671. () Fundamentals of discrete math for computer science: a problem-solving primer [i] [d]
  672. Karen R. Jones, Giacomo Macola, & David Welch [ed] () A cultural history of firearms in the age of empire [i]
  673. () Geographic searching for ecological studies: a new frontier [p] [d]
  674. () Discovering ecologically relevant knowledge from published studies through geosemantic searching [with JournalMap] [d] [u]
  675. () Enabling Digital Earth simulation models using cloud computing or grid computing—two approaches supporting high-performance GIS simulation frameworks [d]
  676. () Unfolding mapping practices: a new epistemology for cartography [d]
  677. () The Egenhofer–Cohn hypothesis or, Topological relativity? [i] [d]
  678. () Space to reason: a spatial theory of human thought [i] [d]
  679. () The impacts of climate change on terrestrial Earth surface systems [d]
  680. () Unbinding the atlas: moving the NYPL map collection beyond digitization [d]
  681. () Geospatial data catalogs: approaches by academic libraries [d]
  682. Jukka M. Krisp [ed] () Progress in location-based services [i] [d]
  683. () Social isolation of disadvantage and advantage: the reproduction of inequality in urban space [d]
  684. () A methodological framework for researching the usability of the space-time cube [d]
  685. () Beyond space (as we knew it): toward temporally integrated geographies of segregation, health, and accessibility [d]
  686. () Concise guide to databases: a practical introduction [i] [d]
  687. () Understanding tourists' perceptions of distance: a key to reducing the environmental impacts of tourism mobility [d]
  688. Patrick Lloyd Lawrence [ed] () Geospatial tools for urban water resources [i] [d]
  689. () Urban area characterization based on crowd behavioral lifelogs over Twitter [d]
  690. () Measuring a place's exposure to facilities using geoprocessing models: an illustration using drinking places and crime [i] [d]
  691. () Theoretical models of time-space: the role of transport networks in the shrinking and shrivelling of geographical space [i] [d]
  692. () Virtual geographic environments (VGEs): a new generation of geographic analysis tool [d]
  693. () StoryFlow: tracking the evolution of stories [d]
  694. () A review of quantitative methods for movement data [d]
  695. () Location-based illustration mapping applications and editing tools [d]
  696. () Home range plus: a space-time characterization of movement over real landscapes [d]
  697. () Big data in history: a world-historical archive [i] [d]
  698. () Visualizing the human connectome [d]
  699. () Sensor technologies: healthcare, wellness, and environmental applications [i] [d]
  700. () Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning [d]
  701. () Interactive exploration of surveillance video through action shot summarization and trajectory visualization [d]
  702. () Qualitative GIS and the visualization of narrative activity space data [d]
  703. () Globalization of land use: distant drivers of land change and geographic displacement of land use [d]
  704. () Location-based services in 2030: from sharing to collective action [i] [d]
  705. () Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  706. () Modelling computing systems: mathematics for computer science [i] [d]
  707. () Temporal event sequence simplification [p] [d]
  708. Antoni B. Moore & Igor Drecki [ed] () Geospatial visualisation [i] [d]
  709. () The design and composition of persuasive maps [d]
  710. () Evacuation transportation modeling: an overview of research, development, and practice [d]
  711. () Analytical data transformations in space–time region: three stories of space–time cube [d]
  712. () Spatial model steering, an exploratory approach to uncertainty awareness in land use allocation [d]
  713. () Institutional plasticity and path dependence in seaports: interactions between institutions, port governance reforms and port authority routines [d]
  714. () The tangle of space and time in human cognition [p] [d]
  715. () Cartography as a window to the world [d]
  716. () Beyond DSM and ICD: introducing 'precision diagnosis' for psychiatry using momentary assessment technology [d]
  717. () Seed harvesting by a generalist consumer is context-dependent: Interactive effects across multiple spatial scales [d]
  718. () Genealogy, migration, and the intertwined geographies of personal pasts [d]
  719. () New approaches to human mobility: using mobile phones for demographic research [d]
  720. () Clustering of temporal event processes [d]
  721. () The border as a marker of territoriality: multi-scalar perspectives and multi-agent processes in a South American borderland region [d]
  722. () Tree thinking, time and topology: comments on the interpretation of tree diagrams in evolutionary/phylogenetic systematics [d]
  723. () Teleology, discontinuity and world history: periodization and some creation myths of modernity [d]
  724. () Behavioral landscapes and change in behavioral landscapes: a multiple time-scale density distribution approach [d]
  725. Martin Raubal, David M. Mark, & Andrew U. Frank [ed] () Cognitive and linguistic aspects of geographic space [i] [d]
  726. () Towards 4D cartography: four-dimensional dynamic maps for understanding spatio-temporal correlations in lightning events [d]
  727. () People as sensors and collective sensing—contextual observations complementing geo-sensor network measurements [i] [d]
  728. () Real-time space–time integration in GIScience and geography [d]
  729. () A dynamic network model of translatorial cognition and action [d]
  730. () Lifetime memories from persistently supple synapses [d]
  731. Céline Rozenblat & Guy Melançon [ed] () Methods for multilevel analysis and visualisation of geographical networks [i] [d]
  732. Nikol Rummel, Manu Kapur, Mitchell J. Nathan, & Sadhana Puntambekar [ed] () To see the world and a grain of sand: learning across levels of space, time and scale [u]
  733. () Trajectories of moving objects on a network: detection of similarities, visualization of relations, and classification of trajectories [d]
  734. () Crisis mapping, bio blitzes, and Google Flu Trends [u]
  735. () The place of context: a theory and strategy for criminology's hard problems [d]
  736. () Flows, funds and the complexity of deprivation: using concepts from ecological economics for the study of poverty [d]
  737. () Visual encoding of acoustic parameters: framework and application to noise mapping [d]
  738. () Observing changing ecological diversity in the anthropocene [d]
  739. () There are no particles, and there are no fields [d]
  740. () Integrated agent-based and system dynamics modelling for simulation of sustainable mobility [d]
  741. () A communication-aware framework for parallel spatially explicit agent-based models [d]
  742. () Storygraph: telling stories from spatio-temporal data [i] [d]
  743. () Constraints on localization and decomposition as explanatory strategies in the biological sciences [d] [j]
  744. () Philosophy and the foundations of dynamics [i] [d]
  745. () Classifying processes: an essay in applied ontology [i] [d]
  746. () Using high-resolution population data to identify neighborhoods and establish their boundaries [d]
  747. () Big data visual analytics for exploratory earth system simulation analysis [d]
  748. () Harvesting ambient geospatial information from social media feeds [d]
  749. () Thinking about space-time connections: spatiotemporal scheduling of individual activities [d]
  750. () Self-emplacement in the lifeworld: the geographic imagination of American middle adolescents [o] [u]
  751. () How ontologies are made: studying the hidden social dynamics behind collaborative ontology engineering projects [d]
  752. Daniel Z. Sui, Sarah Elwood, & Michael F. Goodchild [ed] () Crowdsourcing geographic knowledge: volunteered geographic information (VGI) in theory and practice [i] [d]
  753. () Grasping the dynamics of suicidal behaviour: combining time-geographic life charting and COPE ratings [d]
  754. () The theoretical minimum: what you need to know to start doing physics [i]
  755. () Space as an invention of biological organisms [u]
  756. () Without hierarchy: the scale freedom of the universe [i] [d]
  757. () Authoring personal histories: exploring the timeline as a framework for meaning making [i] [d]
  758. () Concept formation and scientific objectivity: Weyl's turn against Husserl [d]
  759. France Winddance Twine & Bradley Gardener [ed] () Geographies of privilege [i] [d]
  760. () Putting time in perspective [u]
  761. () Mapping global land system archetypes [d]
  762. () Map worlds: a history of women in cartography [i]
  763. () The burdens of place: a socio-economic and ethnic/racial exploration into urban form, accessibility and travel behaviour in the Lansing Capital Region, Michigan [d]
  764. David A. Waller & Lynn Nadel [ed] () Handbook of spatial cognition [i] [d]
  765. () Using visual lifelogs to automatically characterize everyday activities [d]
  766. () CyberGIS software: a synthetic review and integration roadmap [d]
  767. () Global geographies of the internet [i] [d]
  768. () Simulation and similarity: using models to understand the world [i]
  769. () Levels of infinity: selected writings on mathematics and philosophy [i]
  770. () Naked statistics: stripping the dread from the data [i]
  771. () On polycubism: outlining a dynamic information visualization framework for the humanities and social sciences [u]
  772. () Visual discovery of synchronisation in weather data at multiple temporal resolutions [d]
  773. () Redefining the possibility of digital Earth and geosciences with spatial cloud computing [d]
  774. () Incorporating ringmaps into interactive web mapping for enhanced understanding of cardiovascular disease [i] [d]
  775. () The space–time aquarium is full of albatrosses: time geography, lifestyle and trans-species geovisual analytics [i] [d]
  776. Karl S. Zimmerer [ed] () The new geographies of energy: assessment and analysis of critical landscapes [i]
  777. () Combining trip and task planning: how to get from A to Passport [i] [d]
  778. () Formalized interpretation of compound land use objects: mapping historical summer farms from a single satellite image [d]
  779. () Geospatial human–environment simulation through integration of massive multiplayer online games and geographic information systems [d]
  780. Martin A. Andresen & Bryan J. Kinney [ed] () Patterns, prevention, and geometry of crime [i]
  781. () Threads of time [d]
  782. () Spatial econometrics in an age of CyberGIScience [d]
  783. Stefan Müller Arisona, Gideon Aschwanden, Jan Halatsch, & Peter Wonka [ed] () Digital urban modeling and simulation [i] [d]
  784. () Carnegie Airborne Observatory-2: increasing science data dimensionality via high-fidelity multi-sensor fusion [d]
  785. () Local alternative development through a time-spatial lens: a case study of Ydre inspired by Hägerstrand [i] [d]
  786. () Scalable detection of spatiotemporal encounters in historical movement data [d]
  787. () Why society is a complex matter: meeting twenty-first century challenges with a new kind of science [i] [d]
  788. Friedrich G. Barth, Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch, & Hans-Dieter Klein [ed] () Sensory perception: mind and matter [i] [d]
  789. Robert W. Batterman [ed] () The Oxford handbook of philosophy of physics [i] [d]
  790. () Mathematical proof as a form of appeal to a scientific community [d]
  791. () Physical systems: conceptual pathways between flat space-time and matter [i] [d]
  792. () A theory of spatial system archetypes [d]
  793. () Photographic representation and depiction of temporal extension [d]
  794. () Five essential properties of disease maps [d]
  795. Chris C. Bissell & Chris Dillon [ed] () Ways of thinking, ways of seeing: mathematical and other modelling in engineering and technology [i] [d]
  796. () Some problems with place-based crime policies [d]
  797. () Using GPS technology to (re)-examine operational definitions of 'neighbourhood' in place-based health research [d]
  798. () Causality, emergence, computation and unreasonable expectations [d] [j]
  799. () Introduction to the senses: from biology to computer science [i] [d]
  800. () A spatial analysis of FedEx and UPS: hubs, spokes, and network structure [d]
  801. () Recognising the time–space dimensions of care: caringscapes and carescapes [d]
  802. () A qualitative study on the exploration of temporal changes in flow maps with animation and small-multiples [d]
  803. () Mapping ocean noise: making a sound map for the oceans [u]
  804. () Time and space in Tzeltal: is the future uphill? [d]
  805. () Spatially explicit models of dynamic histories: examination of the genetic consequences of Pleistocene glaciation and recent climate change on the American Pika [d]
  806. () The substantial words are in the ground and sea: computationally linking text and geography [d]
  807. () The economy of brain network organization [d]
  808. () Community mapping for intercultural dialogue [u]
  809. () Web-based environmental simulation: bridging the gap between scientific modeling and decision-making [d]
  810. () On modeling and querying concept evolution [d]
  811. () Scientific perspectivism: a philosopher of science's response to the challenge of big data biology [d]
  812. () Realism in systematics through biogeographical consilience [d]
  813. () Atlas of human brain connections [i] [d]
  814. () A landscape complex values map: integration among soft values and hard values in a spatial decision support system [i] [d]
  815. () Lessons from learner experiences in a field-based inquiry in geography using mobile devices [d]
  816. () Choice set formation with multiple flexible activities under space-time constraints [d]
  817. () Navigating sociotechnical spaces: comparing computer games and sat navs as digital spatial media [d]
  818. () Seeing deep structure from the interactions of surface features [d]
  819. () Spatial variation in bird community composition in relation to topographic gradient and forest heterogeneity in a central Amazonian rainforest [d]
  820. () Computation and its limits [i]
  821. () Inferring cross sections of 3D objects: a new spatial thinking test [d]
  822. () An introduction to the philosophy of mathematics [i]
  823. () Citizen science in the age of neogeography: utilizing volunteered geographic information for environmental monitoring [d]
  824. () Lives of things [i] [d]
  825. () Developing an integrated history and future of people on earth (IHOPE) [d]
  826. () Anchoring a terrain: landscape beyond urbanism [i] [d]
  827. () Geo 2.0: digital tools, geographical vision and a changing planet [d]
  828. () Geography and the matter of waste mobilities [d] [j]
  829. () Leveraging modern climatology to increase adaptive capacity across protected area networks [d]
  830. () A cure for seeing double?: convergence and unification in biogeography and ecology [u]
  831. () Application of geospatial technologies for understanding and predicting vector populations and vector-borne disease incidence [d]
  832. () A GIS toolkit for measuring and mapping space–time accessibility from a place-based perspective [d]
  833. () Spatial thinking and dimensionality [i] [d]
  834. () The science of navigation: from dead reckoning to GPS [i]
  835. () Patterns? What patterns? [u]
  836. () Web 2.0 Broker: a standards-based service for spatio-temporal search of crowd-sourced information [d]
  837. () Implications of dispositional and process views of traits for individual difference research in leadership [d]
  838. () Analysis and interpretation in the philosophy of modern physics [i] [d]
  839. () Dynamic network structure of interhemispheric coordination [p] [d]
  840. () LeadLine: interactive visual analysis of text data through event identification and exploration [i] [d]
  841. () Maritime constellations: a complex network approach to shipping and ports [d]
  842. () Crime place and pollution: expanding crime reduction options through a regulatory approach [d]
  843. () Maps help landowners think beyond human scale [d]
  844. () A large-scale model of the functioning brain [d]
  845. () Torsten Hägerstrand's time-geography as the cradle of the activity approach in transport geography [d] [u]
  846. () Layered history: styles of reasoning as stratified conditions of possibility [d]
  847. () Hardworking crime maps: sophisticated cell tower analysis helps Los Angeles law enforcement pinpoint criminals [u]
  848. () The joint account of mechanistic explanation [d] [j]
  849. () Community stakeholders' knowledge in landscape assessments: mapping indicators for landscape services [d]
  850. () Wayfinding: a simple concept, a complex process [d]
  851. () Semi-supervised methods to identify individual crowns of lowland tropical canopy species using imaging spectroscopy and LiDAR [d]
  852. () Could you please phrase 'home range' as a question? [d]
  853. () Machine learning: the art and science of algorithms that make sense of data [i] [d]
  854. () Georeferencer: crowdsourced georeferencing for map library collections [d]
  855. () Modeling and measurement: the criterion of empirical grounding [d] [j]
  856. () Geography for and with indigenous peoples: indigenous geographies as challenge and invitation [d]
  857. Mélanie Frappier, Derek H. Brown, & Robert DiSalle [ed] () Analysis and interpretation in the exact sciences: essays in honour of William Demopoulos [i] [d]
  858. () Pluralism and 'bad' mathematical theories: challenging our prejudices [i] [d]
  859. () Flood timescales: understanding the interplay of climate and catchment processes through comparative hydrology [d]
  860. () Mapping uncertainty in conservation assessment as a means toward improved conservation planning and implementation [d]
  861. () Process generates structures: structures alone don't generate process [u]
  862. () Scientific cognition: human centered but not human bound [d]
  863. () The use of participatory mapping in ethnobiological research, biocultural conservation, and community empowerment: a case study from the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  864. () Keep in touch [d]
  865. () Spatio-temporal behaviour after an earthquake: a case study of Kawaguchi town, Japan [d]
  866. () Expanding the basic science debate: the role of physics knowledge in interpreting clinical findings [d]
  867. () Perspectives on reasoning about time [i] [d]
  868. () Next-generation digital earth [p] [d]
  869. () Container freight rates and economic distance: a new perspective on the world map [d]
  870. () Regional population–employment dynamics across different sectors of the economy [d]
  871. () A new method of adaptive zoning for spatial interaction models [d]
  872. () Why are maritime ports (still) urban, and why should policy-makers care? [d]
  873. Peter V. Hall & Markus Hesse [ed] () Cities, regions and flows [i]
  874. () Vivid valleys, pallid peaks?: hypsometric variations and rural–urban land change in the Central Peruvian Andes [d]
  875. () Human biogeography [i] [d] [j]
  876. () Volunteered geographic information production as a spatial process [d]
  877. () Spatio-temporal assessment of food safety risks in Canadian food distribution systems using GIS [d]
  878. () The ship in geography and the geographies of ships [d]
  879. () Proximity, accessibility and choice: a matter of taste or condition? [d]
  880. () Integration of geospatial science in teacher education [d]
  881. () Contours of risk: spatializing human behaviors to understand disease dynamics in changing landscapes [d]
  882. () The story of Earth: the first 4.5 billion years, from stardust to living planet [i]
  883. () The geography of need: identifying human service needs in rural America [d]
  884. Robin Findlay Hendry, Paul Needham, & Andrea I. Woody [ed] () Philosophy of chemistry [i] [d]
  885. () Rediscovering the world: map transformations of human and physical space [i] [d]
  886. () Integrating online GIS into the K–12 curricula: lessons from the development of a collaborative GIS in Michigan [d]
  887. Alison J. Heppenstall, Andrew T. Crooks, Linda M. See, & Michael Batty [ed] () Agent-based models of geographical systems [i] [d]
  888. () High-cost, high-capacity backbone for global brain communication [p] [d]
  889. () Use of Landsat and SRTM data to detect broad-scale biodiversity patterns in northwestern Amazonia [d]
  890. () Entangled: an archaeology of the relationships between humans and things [i] [d]
  891. () An aid to analyzing the sustainability of commonly used geospatial formats: the Library of Congress sustainability website [d]
  892. () Signals and boundaries: building blocks for complex adaptive systems [i] [d]
  893. () Temporal networks [d]
  894. () Analyzing temporal changes in land-use–transportation relationships: a LEHD-based approach [d]
  895. () Calibrating disaggregate economic models of agricultural production and water management [d]
  896. Paul Humphreys & Cyrille Imbert [ed] () Models, simulations, and representations [i] [d]
  897. () Integrating publicly available web mapping tools for cartographic visualization of community food insecurity: a prototype [d]
  898. () Spatiotemporal dynamics of processing nonsymbolic number: an event-related potential source localization study [d]
  899. () The inheritance of process: a dynamical systems approach [d]
  900. () Gestures alter thinking about time [i] [u]
  901. () Space-adjusting technologies and the social ecologies of place: review and research agenda [d]
  902. () Three-dimensional visualization of an emotional map with geographical information systems: a case study of historical and cultural heritage in the Yeongsan River Basin, Korea [d]
  903. () The Digital Earth as knowledge engine [u]
  904. () The quantified traveler: using personal travel data to promote sustainable transport behavior [u]
  905. () Integrating biodiversity distribution knowledge: toward a global map of life [d]
  906. () Clustering daily patterns of human activities in the city [d]
  907. () Discovering urban spatial-temporal structure from human activity patterns [i] [d]
  908. Kim A. Kastens & Cathryn A. Manduca [ed] () Earth and mind II: a synthesis of research on thinking and learning in the geosciences [i] [d]
  909. () The urban watershed continuum: evolving spatial and temporal dimensions [d]
  910. () Intentional actions, plans, and information systems [d]
  911. () Daily spatial mobilities: physical and virtual [i]
  912. () Population movement under extreme events [p] [d]
  913. () Planetary science in higher education: ideas and experiences [d]
  914. () Furrows and walls, or the legal topography of a frontier road in Peru [d]
  915. () The 'nec plus ultra' of precision measurement: geodesy and the forgotten purpose of the Metre Convention [d]
  916. () Geospatial images in the acquisition of spatial knowledge for wayfinding [d] [u]
  917. () Developing a flow mapping module in a GIS environment [d]
  918. () Spatial information theory meets spatial thinking: is topology the Rosetta stone of spatio-temporal cognition? [d]
  919. () Dawn of drone ecology: low-cost autonomous aerial vehicles for conservation [u]
  920. () Long-distance gene flow and adaptation of forest trees to rapid climate change [d]
  921. () Effects of time window size and placement on the structure of an aggregated communication network [d]
  922. () The uncertain geographic context problem [d] [u]
  923. () How GIS can help address the uncertain geographic context problem in social science research [d]
  924. () Automating the analysis of spatial grids: a practical guide to data mining geospatial images for human & environmental applications [i] [d]
  925. () Modeling microbial community structure and functional diversity across time and space [d]
  926. () Are landscape ecologists addressing uncertainty in their remote sensing data? [d]
  927. () Exploiting temporal network structures of human interaction to effectively immunize populations [d]
  928. () Congruence and coverage: alternative approaches to identifying urban food deserts and food hinterlands [d]
  929. () Mapping the structure of the world economy [d]
  930. () Modelling forest α-diversity and floristic composition—on the added value of LiDAR plus hyperspectral remote sensing [d]
  931. () A new geospatial services framework: how disaster preparedness efforts should integrate neogeography [d]
  932. () Reasoning with topological and directional spatial information [d]
  933. () Wasting time?: the differentiation of travel time in urban transport [d]
  934. () Visualization for the physical sciences [d]
  935. () A spatial-temporal modeling approach to reconstructing land-cover change trajectories from multi-temporal satellite imagery [d]
  936. () Neural correlates of temporality: default mode variability and temporal awareness [p] [d]
  937. () Predictability of population displacement after the 2010 Haiti earthquake [p] [d]
  938. () Analysis of crime patterns through the integration of an agent-based model and a population microsimulation [d]
  939. () Waiting to know the future: a SLEUTH model forecast of urban growth with real data [d]
  940. () Mapping where ecologists work: biases in the global distribution of terrestrial ecological observations [d]
  941. () Inferring network paths from point observations [d]
  942. () Geography and abstraction: towards an affirmative critique [d]
  943. () Near real-time geoprocessing on the grid: a scalable approach to road traffic monitoring [d]
  944. () Ammonoids and mash-ups: the potential of geobrowsers to enhance public awareness of geodiversity sites and objects in their spatial context [d]
  945. () Bringing emotions to time geography: the case of mobilities of poverty [d]
  946. () Crisis mapping in action: how open source software and global volunteer networks are changing the world, one map at a time [d]
  947. () Human geography without time-space [d] [j]
  948. () Alfred Binet and the concept of heterogeneous orders [d]
  949. Andrew J. Milson, Ali Demirci, & Joseph J. Kerski [ed] () International perspectives on teaching and learning with GIS in secondary schools [i] [d]
  950. () Scientific visualization of landscapes and landforms [d]
  951. () From redlining to benevolent societies: the emancipatory power of spatial thinking [d]
  952. () Spatiotemporal coordinated hierarchical properties of cellular protrusion revealed by multiscale analysis [d]
  953. () Exploring point and interval event patterns: display methods and interactive visual query [u]
  954. Stanley A. Morain & Amelia M. Budge [ed] () Environmental tracking for public health surveillance [i]
  955. () 'Doing time' in carceral space: timespace and carceral geography [d]
  956. () Extending agent-based land-use/-cover change models to tropical deforestation: a focus on farm-based decision making in tropical subsistence farming [d]
  957. Jeff Murugan, Amanda Weltman, & George F. R Ellis [ed] () Foundations of space and time: reflections on quantum gravity [i] [d]
  958. () Marginal lands: the role of remote sensing in constructing landscapes for agrofuel development [d]
  959. () Towards a process domain-sensitive substrate habitat model for sea lampreys in Michigan rivers [d]
  960. () GRASS GIS: a multi-purpose open source GIS [d]
  961. () A GIS-based method to identify spatiotemporal gaps in public service delivery [d]
  962. () An analysis of day-to-day variations in individual space–time accessibility [d]
  963. () Revealing topological organization of human brain functional networks with resting-state functional near infrared spectroscopy [d]
  964. () A theory of biological relativity: no privileged level of causation [p] [d]
  965. Douglas Taylor Northrop [ed] () A companion to world history [i] [d]
  966. () Vehicle traffic shapes grizzly bear behaviour on a multiple-use landscape [d]
  967. () Making maps that matter: situating GIS within community conversations about changing landscapes [d]
  968. () Semistatic animation—integrating past, present and future in map animations [d]
  969. () The corporate geography of global container terminal operators [d]
  970. () The roles of integration in molecular systems biology [d]
  971. () The nonlinear world: conceptual analysis and phenomenology [i] [d]
  972. () The philosophy of modelling or does the philosophy of biology have any use? [d]
  973. () Mental time travel and default-mode network functional connectivity in the developing brain [p] [d]
  974. () Types of cluster adaptation to climate change: lessons from the port and logistics sector of Northwest Germany [d]
  975. () LiDAR measurements of canopy structure predict spatial distribution of a tropical mature forest primate [d]
  976. () Measuring travel time and distance in library use [d]
  977. () Agents, individuals, and networks: modeling methods to inform natural resource management in regional landscapes [d]
  978. () Multiple paths to just ends: using narrative interviews and timelines to explore health equity and homelessness [u]
  979. () The role of data repositories in humanitarian information management and crisis mapping [d]
  980. () Mathematical modeling, spatial complexity, and critical decisions in tsetse control [d]
  981. () Modeling acoustic diversity using soundscape recordings and LiDAR-derived metrics of vertical forest structure in a neotropical rainforest [d]
  982. () The central place of race in crime and justice [d]
  983. () Life on the line: interacting with temporal event sequence representations [i] [d]
  984. () Who gets to draw the map?: the contentious creation of the American road/map system, 1917–1926 [d]
  985. () Crowdsourcing asteroids: kids scan skies for danger [u]
  986. Olga Pombo, Juan Manuel Torres, John Symons, & Shahid Rahman [ed] () Special sciences and the unity of science [i] [d]
  987. () Bordering and ordering the twenty-first century: understanding borders [i]
  988. () The limitations of hierarchical organization [d] [j]
  989. () Feminist implications of model-based science [d]
  990. () What is a home range? [d]
  991. () Economic geography and the unequal development of regions [i]
  992. () Visualizing the past: the design of a temporally enabled map for presentation (TEMPO) [d] [u]
  993. () Mapping indigenous perspectives in the making of the cybercartographic atlas of the Lake Huron Treaty relationship process: a performative approach in a reconciliation context [d]
  994. () Interactive analysis of time intervals in a two-dimensional space [d]
  995. () Information flow dynamics in the brain [d]
  996. () With children in their lived place: children's action as research data [d]
  997. () Modelling ecosystem structure and energy flow in a first year environmental biology practical: not a complete waste of energy [u]
  998. () The relative importance of socioeconomic and environmental variables in explaining land change in Bolivia, 2001–2010 [d]
  999. () Using GIS mapping to assess foster care: a picture is worth a thousand words [d]
  1000. () Self-organization takes time too [d]
  1001. () Energy impacts of ICT: insights from an everyday life perspective [d]
  1002. () Spatial-temporal crime paths [i]
  1003. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  1004. () Standardised geo-sensor webs and web-based geo-processing for near real-time situational awareness in emergency management [d]
  1005. () Ubiquitous geo-sensing for context-aware analysis: exploring relationships between environmental and human dynamics [d]
  1006. () Critical distances: comparing measures of spatial accessibility in the riverine landscapes of Peruvian Amazonia [d]
  1007. () Expanding the comics canvas: GPS comics [i] [d]
  1008. () Low-density urbanism, sustainability, and IHOPE-Maya: can the past provide more than history? [u]
  1009. () Accounting for context in studies of health inequalities: a review and comparison of analytic approaches [d]
  1010. () Re-reading time-geography from a gender perspective: examples from gendered mobility [d]
  1011. () Rethinking habits and their role in behaviour change: the case of low-carbon mobility [d]
  1012. () The mutual conditioning of humans and pathogens: implications for integrative geographical scholarship [d]
  1013. () Multi-perspective modelling of complex phenomena [d]
  1014. () Application of geographic information system (GIS) in analyzing geospatial information of academic library databases [d]
  1015. () Multi-scale computational modeling of developmental biology [d]
  1016. () Explanatory models are needed to integrate RCT and observational data with the patient's unique biology [d]
  1017. () Effects of spatial scale and choice of statistical model (linear versus tree-based) on determining species–habitat relationships [d]
  1018. () Hot spots of wetland vegetation reduction in relation to human accessibility: differentiating human impacts on natural ecosystems at multiple scales [d]
  1019. () Complexity and extended phenomenological–cognitive systems [d]
  1020. Simron Jit Singh, Helmut Haberl, Marian Chertow, Michael Mirtl, & Martin Schmid [ed] () Long term socio-ecological research: studies in society–nature interactions across spatial and temporal scales [i] [d]
  1021. () On structuralism's multiple paths through spacetime theories [d]
  1022. () Local axioms in disguise: Hilbert on Minkowski diagrams [d] [j]
  1023. () Spatially explicit land-use and land-cover scenarios for the Great Plains of the United States [d]
  1024. () Hyperspectral time series analysis of native and invasive species in Hawaiian rainforests [d]
  1025. () 'I never use maps anymore': engaging with sat nav technologies and the implications for cartographic literacy and spatial awareness [d]
  1026. () Discovering the human connectome [i] [d]
  1027. () From simple graphs to the connectome: networks in neuroimaging [d]
  1028. () Cointegration methodology for psychological researchers: an introduction to the analysis of dynamic process systems [d]
  1029. () Looking through Hägerstrand's dual vistas: towards a unifying framework for time geography [d]
  1030. () Sensor mania!: the Internet of things, wearable computing, objective metrics, and the Quantified Self 2.0 [d]
  1031. () National Geographic FieldScope: a platform for community geography [d]
  1032. () Young people and the hidden meanings of the everyday: time-space path as a methodological opportunity [d]
  1033. () Modeling, truth, and philosophy [d] [j]
  1034. () Time scales of memory, learning, and plasticity [d]
  1035. () If you want to know who you are, tell me where you are: the importance of places [i] [d]
  1036. () Geovisual analytics to support crisis management: information foraging for geo-historical context [d]
  1037. () Spatial optimization in geography [d]
  1038. () Moving agent pedestrians through space and time [d]
  1039. () Multivariate-space-time cube to visualize multivariate data [u]
  1040. () To approach cylindrical coordinates to represent multivariable spatio-temporal data [i] [d]
  1041. () Performativity and complex adaptive systems: working with multiple narratives across knowledge traditions [u]
  1042. () On the unreasonable reasonableness of mathematical physics: a cognitive view [i] [d]
  1043. () The world in their minds: a multi-scale approach of children's representations of geographical space [i] [d]
  1044. () Off-grid mobilities: incorporating a way of life [d]
  1045. () Integrating archaeological theory and predictive modeling: a live report from the scene [d]
  1046. () Fine-tuning, quantum mechanics and cosmological artificial selection [d]
  1047. () A macro economy as an ecology of plans [d]
  1048. Barney Warf [ed] () Encounters and engagements between economic and cultural geography [i] [d]
  1049. () From the dynamic structure of the brain to the emergence of time experiences [d]
  1050. () Getting serious about similarity [d] [j]
  1051. () Examining the role of the environment in crime causation: small-area community surveys and space–time budgets [i] [d]
  1052. () Visualizing time: designing graphical representations for statistical data [i] [d]
  1053. () Interweaving categories: styles, paradigms, and models [d]
  1054. () Plant species richness is associated with canopy height and topography in a neotropical forest [d]
  1055. () Toolkit development in a multi-model cartographic production environment [d]
  1056. () Landscape pattern metrics: an empirical study from 2-D to 3-D [d]
  1057. () Human gut microbiome viewed across age and geography [d]
  1058. () Google Earth as a virtual globe tool for Earth science applications at the global scale: progress and perspectives [d]
  1059. () MetroBuzz: interactive 3D visualization of spatiotemporal data [i] [d]
  1060. László Zentai & Jesús Reyes Nunez [ed] () Maps for the future: children, education and Internet [i] [d]
  1061. () Mining photo-sharing websites to study ecological phenomena [i] [d]
  1062. () Crisis mapping: the construction of a new interdisciplinary field? [d]
  1063. () Personal geographic information management [u]
  1064. () Personality is reflected in the brain's intrinsic functional architecture [d]
  1065. John A. Agnew & David N. Livingstone [ed] () The Sage handbook of geographical knowledge [i]
  1066. () Visualization of time-oriented data [i] [d]
  1067. () Practicing physical geography: an actor-network view of physical geography exemplified by the rock art stability index [d]
  1068. () A conceptual framework and taxonomy of techniques for analyzing movement [d]
  1069. () An event-based conceptual model for context-aware movement analysis [d]
  1070. () Spaces, times, and critical moments: a relational time–space analysis of the impacts of AIDS on rural youth in Malawi and Lesotho [d]
  1071. () Many entities, no identity [d] [j]
  1072. () Canopy phylogenetic, chemical and spectral assembly in a lowland Amazonian forest [d]
  1073. () Spectroscopy of canopy chemicals in humid tropical forests [d]
  1074. () Stereoscopic-3D storytelling: rethinking the conventions, grammar and aesthetics of a new medium [d]
  1075. () A 2-dimensional geometry for biological time [d]
  1076. Bhavik R. Bakshi, Timothy George Peter Gutowski, & Dušan P. Sekulić [ed] () Thermodynamics and the destruction of resources [i] [d]
  1077. () The trilogy of distance, speed and time [d]
  1078. () Spatial networks [d]
  1079. () The relational economy: geographies of knowing and learning [i]
  1080. () An argument for the extrinsic grounding of mass [d] [j]
  1081. () A map of 21st century conflicts in Europe [d]
  1082. () The components of spatial thinking: empirical evidence [d]
  1083. () Geometric possibility [i]
  1084. Jess Benhabib, Alberto Bisin, & Matthew O. Jackson [ed] () Handbook of social economics [i]
  1085. () mapFAST: a FAST geographic authorities mashup with Google Maps [u]
  1086. () Participatory GIS in a sustainable use reserve in Brazilian Amazonia: implications for management and conservation [d]
  1087. () Brain circulation and flexible adjustment: labour mobility as a cluster advantage [d]
  1088. () Location-based questions and local knowledge [d]
  1089. () Development of an open-source toolbox for the analysis and visualization of remotely sensed time series [d]
  1090. () Leadership takes time: some implications of (not) taking time seriously in leadership research [d]
  1091. () The implementation of a geospatial information technology (GIT)-supported land use change curriculum with urban middle school learners to promote spatial thinking [d]
  1092. () The quantum vacuum: a scientific and philosophical concept, from electrodynamics to string theory and the geometry of the microscopic world [i]
  1093. () Crowdsourcing, citizen sensing and sensor web technologies for public and environmental health surveillance and crisis management: trends, OGC standards and application examples [d]
  1094. () Flowstrates: an approach for visual exploration of temporal origin–destination data [d]
  1095. () Google Earth and Google Fusion Tables in support of time-critical collaboration: mapping the deepwater horizon oil spill with the AVIRIS airborne spectrometer [d]
  1096. () Outdoor webcams as geospatial sensor networks: challenges, issues and opportunities [d]
  1097. () Visual exploration of large animal trajectories [i] [u]
  1098. () Paper-based GIS: a practical answer to the implementation of GIS education into resource-poor schools in South Africa [d]
  1099. () Comparing spatially explicit ecological and social values for natural areas to identify effective conservation strategies [p] [d]
  1100. () Walking the line: participatory mapping, indigenous rights, and neoliberalism [d]
  1101. () It's the local economy, stupid!: geographic wealth dispersion and conflict outbreak location [d]
  1102. Craig Callender [ed] () The Oxford handbook of philosophy of time [i] [d]
  1103. Joseph Keim Campbell, Michael O'Rourke, & Matthew H. Slater [ed] () Carving nature at its joints: natural kinds in metaphysics and science [i] [d] [j]
  1104. () The embodiment of time estimation [i] [d]
  1105. () Place orientation and rural-urban interdependence [d]
  1106. () Exploratory data analysis of activity diary data: a space–time GIS approach [d]
  1107. () Google Earth as a tool in 2-D hydrodynamic modeling [d]
  1108. () Complexity: against systems [d]
  1109. () Distribution centers among the rooftops: the global logistics network meets the suburban spatial imaginary [d]
  1110. () Multimodal map making with young children: exploring ethnographic and participatory methods [d]
  1111. () Exploring the past and future of our planet: not bit-by-bit but all at once [d]
  1112. () Prediction and explanation in historical natural science [d]
  1113. () On the concept of energy [i] [d]
  1114. () Path dependence and new paths in regional evolution: in search of the role of culture [d]
  1115. () Feedbacks between geomorphology and biota controlling Earth surface processes and landforms: a review of foundation concepts and current understandings [d]
  1116. () A mobile system to visualize patterns of everyday life [i] [d]
  1117. () Cities along the floodplain of the Brazilian Amazon: characteristics and trends [i] [d]
  1118. () Interior library GIS [d]
  1119. () Networks of photos, landmarks, and people [d]
  1120. () Multi-scale modelling and simulation in systems biology [d]
  1121. () Phylogenetic diversity as a window into the evolutionary and biogeographic histories of present-day richness gradients for mammals [d]
  1122. () The world trade network [d]
  1123. () Cultural influence on spatial behaviour [d]
  1124. () The impact of opening hours on the equity of individual space–time accessibility [d]
  1125. () Modelling potential movement in constrained travel environments using rough space–time prisms [d]
  1126. () Macroeconomics from the bottom-up [i] [d]
  1127. () Using geographic information systems (GIS) at schools without a computer laboratory [d]
  1128. () Historicity and experimental evolution [d]
  1129. () Reflections on path dependence and irreversibility: lessons from evolutionary biology [d] [j]
  1130. () Searching for cyberspace: the position of major cities in the information age [d]
  1131. () The GIS professional ethics project: practical ethics for GIS professionals [i] [d] [u]
  1132. Dennis Geert Bernardus Johan Dieks, Wenceslao J. Gonzalez, Stephan Hartmann, Thomas Uebel, & Marcel Weber [ed] () Explanation, prediction, and confirmation [i] [d]
  1133. () Sendas de vida: la vida cotidiana en un enclave consolidado de la Cañada Real Galiana [u]
  1134. () Pitholes in space-time: structure and ontology of physical geometry [i] [d]
  1135. () The geography of finance: form and functions [d]
  1136. Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin, & C. R. Perkins [ed] () The map reader: theories of mapping practice and cartographic representation [i] [d]
  1137. () The Alexandroff present and Minkowski spacetime: why it cannot do what it has been asked to do [i] [d]
  1138. () Time-geographic density estimation for home range analysis [d]
  1139. () Temporal visualization of boundary-based geo-information using radial projection [d]
  1140. () The spatial patterns of Miskitu hunting in northeastern Honduras: lessons for wildlife management in tropical forests [d]
  1141. () Using geographic information systems and decision support systems for the prediction, prevention, and control of vector-borne diseases [d]
  1142. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for making everyday life more sustainable [d] [u]
  1143. () The future of futures: the time of money in financing and society [i] [d]
  1144. () Running to stay in place: the time-use implications of automobile oriented land-use and travel [d]
  1145. () Equivalent water thickness in savanna ecosystems: MODIS estimates based on ground and EO-1 Hyperion data [d]
  1146. () Free and simple GIS as appropriate for health mapping in a low resource setting: a case study in eastern Indonesia [d]
  1147. () 101 quantum questions: what you need to know about the world you can't see [i]
  1148. Steven French & Juha Saatsi [ed] () The Continuum companion to the philosophy of science [i]
  1149. () Highlighting continued uncertainty in global land cover maps for the user community [d]
  1150. () Cultivation and domestication had multiple origins: arguments against the core area hypothesis for the origins of agriculture in the Near East [d]
  1151. () Institutional and political leadership dimensions of cascading ecological crises [d]
  1152. () The Igliniit project: Inuit hunters document life on the trail to map and monitor arctic change [d]
  1153. Stan Geertman, William P. Reinhardt, & Fred J. Toppen [ed] () Advancing geoinformation science for a changing world [i] [d]
  1154. () Mathematical formalisms in scientific practice: from denotation to model-based representation [d]
  1155. () Multiscale integration of toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic processes: from cell and tissue to organ and 'whole body' models [i] [d]
  1156. () The cultural number line: a review of cultural and linguistic influences on the development of number processing [d]
  1157. () Diurnal and seasonal mood vary with work, sleep, and daylength across diverse cultures [d]
  1158. () The disentangled bank: how loss of habitat fragments and disassembles ecological networks [d]
  1159. () Scale in GIS: an overview [d]
  1160. (/2014) Debt: the first 5,000 years [i]
  1161. () Cognition in action: imaging brain/body dynamics in mobile humans [d]
  1162. () Virtual reality for cultural landscape visualization [d]
  1163. () Approximating the geographical characteristics of Internet activity [d]
  1164. () Time and space are of the same stuff [or the same non-stuff] [u]
  1165. () Geography as ecology [i] [d]
  1166. Sandra G. Harding [ed] () The postcolonial science and technology studies reader [i] [d]
  1167. () Mereologies as the grammars of chemical discourses [d]
  1168. () 'Because you got to have heat': the networked assemblage of energy poverty in eastern North Carolina [d]
  1169. () Performing in Dutch book publishing 1880–2008: the importance of entrepreneurial experience and the Amsterdam cluster [d]
  1170. () Geographical influences of an emerging network of gang rivalries [d]
  1171. () GIS project design and management [i]
  1172. () Construction by replacement: a new approach to simulation modeling [d]
  1173. () The atlas of coasts & oceans: ecosystems, threatened resources, marine conservation [i]
  1174. () How we see the sky: a naked-eye tour of day & night [i] [d]
  1175. () Time in cognitive development [i] [d]
  1176. (/2014) Time in powers of ten: natural phenomena and their timescales [i]
  1177. () Toward an integrated GIScience and energy research agenda [d]
  1178. () Theorising life transitions: geographical perspectives [d]
  1179. () Adoption of payments for ecosystem services: an application of the Hägerstrand model [d]
  1180. () Modeling alternative sequences of events in dynamic geographic domains [d]
  1181. () Assessing the proximity of healthy food options and food deserts in a rural area in Maine [d]
  1182. () Being alive: essays on movement, knowledge and description [i] [d]
  1183. () Four objections to the concept of soundscape [i] [d]
  1184. () Saving space, sharing time: integrated infrastructures of daily life in cohousing [d]
  1185. () Multiple scales of time–space and lifecourse [d]
  1186. () Interactive local terrain deformation inspired by hand-painted panoramas [d]
  1187. () What is a conservation actor? [d]
  1188. () Geographies of shit: spatial and temporal variations in attitudes towards human waste [d]
  1189. () Conceptualizing magnification and scale: the roles of spatial visualization and logical thinking [d]
  1190. () Analysis and interpretation of variability in soundscapes along an urban–rural gradient [d]
  1191. () Deep history [i] [d]
  1192. () Evaluating the performance of volunteers in mapping invasive plants in public conservation lands [d]
  1193. () View-independent action recognition from temporal self-similarities [d]
  1194. () Static snapshots versus dynamic approaches to genes, brain, cognition, and behavior in neurodevelopmental disabilities [i] [d]
  1195. () Using global positioning systems in health research: a practical approach to data collection and processing [d]
  1196. Myint Swe Khine & Issa M. Saleh [ed] () Models and modeling: cognitive tools for scientific enquiry [i] [d]
  1197. () Complex economics: individual and collective rationality [i]
  1198. () Code/space: software and everyday life [i] [d] [j]
  1199. () Interpreting spatial patterns: an inquiry into formal and cognitive aspects of Tobler's first law of geography [d]
  1200. () How do models give us knowledge?: the case of Carnot's ideal heat engine [d]
  1201. () Disease maps: epidemics on the ground [i] [d]
  1202. () A conversation with Philippe Descola [u]
  1203. () Deconstructing events: the neural bases for space, time, and causality [d]
  1204. () Measuring and interpreting the temporal variability in the soundscape at four places in Sequoia National Park [d]
  1205. () CloudLines: compact display of event episodes in multiple time-series [d]
  1206. () Kinetic space-time prisms [i] [d]
  1207. () Modeling geospatial trend changes in vegetation monitoring data [d]
  1208. () Integrating geospatial technologies in an energy unit [d]
  1209. () From the scala naturae to the symbiogenetic and dynamic tree of life [d]
  1210. () Timescales of human adaptation: the role of epigenetic processes [d]
  1211. () Prior learning assessment and the developmental journey: from 'mapless' to cartographer [i] [d]
  1212. () Conservation laws in scientific explanations: constraints or coincidences? [d] [j]
  1213. () Place, not race: disparities dissipate in southwest Baltimore when blacks and whites live under similar conditions [p] [d]
  1214. () Visualisation of socio-spatial isolation based on human activity patterns and social networks in space–time [d]
  1215. () Toward an integrated history to guide the future [d]
  1216. () Geo-information: technologies, applications and the environment [i] [d]
  1217. () Making chains that (un)make things: waste–value relations and the Bangladeshi rubbish electronics industry [d]
  1218. () A comparison of time series similarity measures for classification and change detection of ecosystem dynamics [d]
  1219. () Multidimensional reality [d] [u]
  1220. () Time geography and wildlife home range delineation [d]
  1221. () Through the looking glass: what computation found there [u]
  1222. () Hägerstrand time-geography revisited from current perspective [i] [d]
  1223. Juliana A. Maantay & Sara McLafferty [ed] () Geospatial analysis of environmental health [i] [d]
  1224. () Framework of space and time from the proto-semiotic perspective [d]
  1225. () Spatial polygamy and the heterogeneity of place: studying people and place via egocentric methods [i] [d]
  1226. () Determining social constraints in time geography through online social networking [u]
  1227. Emily R. Merchant, Glenn D. Deane, Myron P. Gutman, & Kenneth M. Sylvester [ed] () Navigating time and space in population studies [i] [d]
  1228. () The haves and the have-nots: a brief and idiosyncratic history of global inequality [i]
  1229. () Perspectives of time-use: exploring the use of drawings, interviews and rating-scales with children aged 6–7 years [d]
  1230. () Use of spatial analysis to support environmental health research and practice [p] [u]
  1231. () A visual art interface to an embedded sequence of maps [d]
  1232. () The nature of computation [i]
  1233. () The borders of inequality: where wealth and poverty collide [i] [j]
  1234. () One phenomenon, many models: inconsistency and complementarity [d]
  1235. () Models, scientific realism, the intelligibility of nature, and their cultural significance [d]
  1236. () A hybrid geocoding methodology for spatio-temporal data [d]
  1237. () Woody invasions of urban trails and the changing face of urban forests in the Great Plains, USA [d]
  1238. () The prism of everyday life: towards a new research agenda for time geography [d]
  1239. () 'Papering' over space and place: product carbon footprint modeling in the global paper industry [d]
  1240. () Epigenetics: embedded bodies and the molecularisation of biography and milieu [d]
  1241. () Squeezing, striking, and vocalizing: is number representation fundamentally spatial? [p] [d]
  1242. () Numbers and arithmetic: neither hardwired nor out there [d]
  1243. Timothy L. Nyerges, Helen Couclelis, & Robert Brainerd McMaster [ed] () The Sage handbook of GIS and society [i]
  1244. () MapRank: geographical search for cartographic materials in libraries [d]
  1245. () What teachers of science need to know about models: an overview [d]
  1246. () Modelling Umwelten [i] [d]
  1247. () Complexity theory as an approach to explanation in healthcare: a critical discussion [d]
  1248. () Visualizing energy consumption activities as a tool for developing effective policy [d] [u]
  1249. () Hybrid modelling of complex ecological systems for decision support: recent successes and future perspectives [d]
  1250. () Ecosystems emerging. 5: Constraints [d]
  1251. () Epistemic primacy vs. ontological elusiveness of spatial extension: is there an evolutionary role for the quantum? [d]
  1252. () Is the Internet really new after all?: the determinants of telecommunications diffusion in historical perspective [d]
  1253. () Torsten Hägerstrand in the citation time web [d]
  1254. () Volume and geographical distribution of ecological research in the Andes and the Amazon, 1995–2008 [u]
  1255. () How 'geotags' could track developing world science [u]
  1256. () A locus for 'now' [i] [d]
  1257. Vasily Popovich, Christophe Claramunt, Thomas Devogele, Manfred Schrenk, & Kyrill Korolenko [ed] () Information fusion and geographic information systems: towards the digital ocean [i] [d]
  1258. () A Neurathian conception of the unity of science [d] [j] [u]
  1259. () Evolutionary agglomeration theory: increasing returns, diminishing returns, and the industry life cycle [d]
  1260. Bhaskar Ramachandran, Christopher O. Justice, & Michael J. Abrams [ed] () Land remote sensing and global environmental change: NASA's Earth Observing System and the science of ASTER and MODIS [i]
  1261. () A hybrid approach to mapping land-use modification and land-cover transition from MODIS time-series data: a case study from the Bolivian seasonal tropics [d]
  1262. () Live geography: interoperable geo-sensor webs facilitating the vision of Digital Earth [u]
  1263. () Visualizing regional income distribution dynamics [d]
  1264. () Biogeography and ecology: towards the integration of two disciplines [d]
  1265. () Four-dimensional reality makes the world more coherent: toward an understandable model of hidden variables [d]
  1266. () Policing life and thickening delinquency at the new frontier [d]
  1267. () Complex evolutionary dynamics in urban-regional and ecologic-economic systems: from catastrophe to chaos and beyond [i] [d]
  1268. () Learning to map and mapping to learn our students' worlds [j]
  1269. () Knowledge engineering tools for reasoning with scientific observations and interpretations: a neural connectivity use case [p] [d]
  1270. () 'Food desertification': the loss of a major supermarket in New Haven, Connecticut [d]
  1271. () The importance of being Weyl [d]
  1272. () Geographic disparities and moral hazards in the predicted impacts of climate change on human populations [d]
  1273. () Demystification of the spacetime model of relativity [d]
  1274. () Timelining: visualizing experience [d]
  1275. Andrew Shryock, Daniel Lord Smail, & Timothy K. Earle [ed] () Deep history: the architecture of past and present [i] [j]
  1276. () Kinds of environments—a framework for reflecting on the possible contours of a better world [d]
  1277. A. Krishna Sinha [ed] () Societal challenges and geoinformatics [i]
  1278. () An alternative map of the United States based on an n-dimensional model of geographic space [d]
  1279. () Real-time, rapidly updating severe weather products for virtual globes [d]
  1280. () Networks of the brain [i] [d]
  1281. () Modeling and analysis of landscape evolution using airborne, terrestrial, and laboratory laser scanning [d]
  1282. () Monitoring who moves where: information systems for internal and international migration [i] [d]
  1283. John C. H. Stillwell & Martin Clarke [ed] () Population dynamics and projection methods [i] [d]
  1284. () Capital vice in the Midwest: the spatial distribution of the seven deadly sins [d]
  1285. () A smartphone interface for a wireless EEG headset with real-time 3D reconstruction [i] [d]
  1286. () Time scarcity: another health inequality? [d]
  1287. () The convergence of GIS and social media: challenges for GIScience [d]
  1288. () Advancing the integration of history and ecology for conservation [d]
  1289. () The effects of spatial population dataset choice on estimates of population at risk of disease [d]
  1290. () First-order languaging dynamics and second-order language: the distributed language view [d]
  1291. () Mapping evolutionary process: a multi-taxa approach to conservation prioritization [d]
  1292. () Objectivity sans intelligibility: Hermann Weyl's symbolic constructivism [u]
  1293. () Situation awareness and virtual globes: applications for disaster management [d]
  1294. () Building agent-based walking models by machine-learning on diverse databases of space–time trajectory samples [d]
  1295. () Forecasting environmental hazards and the application of risk maps to predator attacks on livestock [d]
  1296. () On the trails of markers and proxies: the socio-cognitive technologies of human movement, knowledge assemblage, and their relevance to the etiology of nasopharyngeal carcinoma [p]
  1297. () When relativistic mass meets hyperbolic geometry [u]
  1298. () The role of daily mobility in mental health inequalities: the interactive influence of activity space and neighbourhood of residence on depression [d]
  1299. Argiro Vatakis, Anna Esposito, Maria Giagkou, Fred Cummins, & Georgios Papadelis [ed] () Multidisciplinary aspects of time and time perception: COST TD0904 International Workshop, Athens, Greece, October 7–8, 2010, revised selected papers [i] [d]
  1300. () Theoretical considerations on the combined use of system dynamics and individual-based modeling in ecology [d]
  1301. () The physics of foraging: an introduction to random searches and biological encounters [i] [d]
  1302. () Excavating the prehistory of time–space compression [d]
  1303. () Stereo scene flow for 3D motion analysis [i] [d]
  1304. () From macro to micro—how much micro is too much? [d]
  1305. () Society–nature coevolution: interdisciplinary concept for sustainability [d]
  1306. () Geographic variation in diagnosis frequency and risk of death among Medicare beneficiaries [p] [d]
  1307. () Letting the brain speak for itself [d]
  1308. () Complex webs: anticipating the improbable [i] [d]
  1309. () The elements of probabilistic time geography [d]
  1310. () Part–whole science [d] [j]
  1311. () Science as (historical) narrative [d] [j]
  1312. () Taking emergence seriously: the centrality of circular causality for dynamic systems approaches to development [d]
  1313. () Moments in time [d]
  1314. () Measuring segregation: an activity space approach [d]
  1315. () LifeFlow: visualizing an overview of event sequences [u]
  1316. () Regional differences in personality exist, but how do we get to them?: the case of conscientiousness [p] [d]
  1317. () Evaluating life maps as a versatile method for lifecourse geographies [d]
  1318. () Geo-tagged mobile photo sharing in collaborative emergency management [i] [d]
  1319. () Application of system dynamics model and GIS in sustainability assessment of urban residential development [i] [u]
  1320. () Activity space environment and dietary and physical activity behaviors: a pilot study [d]
  1321. () Exploratory analysis of time-series with ChronoLenses [d]
  1322. () Space of detention: the making of a transnational gang crisis between Los Angeles and San Salvador [i] [d]
  1323. () Cyberspatial proximity metrics: reconceptualizing distance in the global urban system [d]
  1324. () Statistical counterpoint: knowledge discovery of choreographic information using spatio-temporal analysis and visualization [d]
  1325. () Disasters in Mexico and Central America: a little bit more than a century of natural hazards [i] [d]
  1326. () Positioning place: polylogic approaches to research methodology [d]
  1327. () Space, time and visual analytics [d]
  1328. () A framework for using self-organising maps to analyse spatio-temporal patterns, exemplified by analysis of mobile phone usage [d]
  1329. () Space-in-time and time-in-space self-organizing maps for exploring spatiotemporal patterns [d]
  1330. () Enabling methods for community health mapping in developing countries [d]
  1331. () Integrating spatial data and decision models in an e-planning tool [i] [d]
  1332. () Rethinking space: an outsider's view of the spatial turn [d]
  1333. () High-resolution forest carbon stocks and emissions in the Amazon [p] [d]
  1334. () HerbariaViz: a web-based client-server interface for mapping and exploring flora observation data [d]
  1335. () Persistence and spacetime [i]
  1336. () On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  1337. () The atlas of world hunger [i] [d]
  1338. () Map mashups, Web 2.0 and the GIS revolution [d]
  1339. () Neuroimaging as a tool for functionally decomposing cognitive processes [i] [d]
  1340. () Geographic and contextual effects on energy balance-related behaviors and cancer [i] [d]
  1341. () The mystical formula and the mystery of Khronos [i] [d]
  1342. () Can geographic coordinates in the catalog record be useful? [d]
  1343. () Topologies of climate change: actor-network theory, relational-scalar analytics, and carbon-market overflows [d]
  1344. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, & Trevor M. Harris [ed] () The spatial humanities: GIS and the future of humanities scholarship [i]
  1345. () Atlas of science: visualizing what we know [i]
  1346. () Metropolitan area job accessibility and the working poor: exploring local spatial variations of geographic context [d]
  1347. () Apply concepts of fluid kinematics to represent continuous space–time fields in temporal GIS [d]
  1348. () We are sunlight-animated stardust [u]
  1349. () From spatial Keynesianism to post-Fordist neoliberalism: emerging contradictions in the spatiality of the Irish state [d]
  1350. () GIS, ethnography, and cultural research: putting maps back into ethnographic mapping [d]
  1351. () Large-scale brain networks in cognition: emerging methods and principles [d]
  1352. () Pattern formation, spatial externalities and regulation in coupled economic–ecological systems [d]
  1353. () Pedestrian paths: why path-dependence theory leaves health policy analysis lost in space [d]
  1354. Tim Brown, Sara McLafferty, & Graham Moon [ed] () A companion to health and medical geography [i]
  1355. () Events as a structuring device in biographical mark-up and metadata [d]
  1356. Alex A. T. Bui & Ricky K. Taira [ed] () Medical imaging informatics [i] [d]
  1357. () Time and space: undergraduate Mexican physics in motion [d]
  1358. () The contribution of urban foodways to health disparities [d]
  1359. () Evaluating a prototype for geo-referenced collaborative psychotherapy with mobile devices [i] [d]
  1360. () Mapping the city through film: from 'topophilia' to urban mapscapes [i] [d]
  1361. () The return of universal history [or universal time-geography?] [d] [j]
  1362. Ignazio Ciufolini, Richard A. Matzner, & John Archibald Wheeler [ed] () General relativity and John Archibald Wheeler [i] [d]
  1363. () Minds in space [i] [d]
  1364. () Time in consciousness, consciousness in time [d]
  1365. () Mapping: a critical introduction to cartography and GIS [i]
  1366. () Space, place and mental health [i]
  1367. () Temporal consciousness [u]
  1368. Nicholas De Genova & Nathalie Mae Peutz [ed] () The deportation regime: sovereignty, space, and the freedom of movement [i] [d]
  1369. () Space–time density of trajectories: exploring spatio-temporal patterns in movement data [d]
  1370. () A manifold of spatial maps in the brain [d]
  1371. () The mammalian circadian timing system: organization and coordination of central and peripheral clocks [d]
  1372. () Synthesis, the synthetic a priori, and the origins of modern space-time theory [i]
  1373. () Comic book visualities: a methodological manifesto on geography, montage and narration [d] [j]
  1374. () Geographies of touch/touched by geography [d]
  1375. () Einstein's unification [i] [d]
  1376. () Grassroots aerial photography: mapping the BP oil disaster [o]
  1377. () Combining facilitated dialogue and spatial data analysis to compile landscape history [d]
  1378. () Putting the 'where' in the archives: Internet mapping and archival records [o] [u]
  1379. () Systems biology of embryogenesis [d]
  1380. () Mathematics 1001: absolutely everything that matters in mathematics, in 1001 bite-sized explanations [i]
  1381. () Increasing the effectiveness of time-use survey with qualitative methods: the analysis of time–space interaction [d]
  1382. Sara Irina Fabrikant, Tumasch Reichenbacher, Marc van Kreveld, & Christoph Schlieder [ed] () Geographic information science: 6th international conference, GIScience 2010, Zurich, Switzerland, September 14–17, 2010: proceedings [i] [d]
  1383. () Integration of time-dependent features within 3D city model [u]
  1384. () A sensitive indicator of regional space–time accessibility [d]
  1385. () Natural world physical, brain operational, and mind phenomenal space–time [d]
  1386. () Planning, maps, and children's lives: a cautionary tale [d]
  1387. Michael Friedman, Mary Domski, & Michael Dickson [ed] () Discourse on a new method: reinvigorating the marriage of history and philosophy of science [i]
  1388. () Is it about time? [d]
  1389. () Participatory mapping for raising disaster risk awareness among the youth [d]
  1390. () Rural housing is related to plant invasions in forests of southern Wisconsin, USA [d]
  1391. () An agent-based conception of models and scientific representation [d] [j]
  1392. () Actor networks, modes of production, and waste regimes: reassembling the macro-social [d]
  1393. () How culture constructs our sense of neighborhood: mental maps and children's perceptions of place [d]
  1394. () Endogenous patterns of mechanical stress are required for branching morphogenesis [d]
  1395. () Toward critical spatial thinking in the social sciences and humanities [and spatio-temporal thinking] [d]
  1396. () Crowdsourcing geographic information for disaster response: a research frontier [d]
  1397. () Representing, modeling, and visualizing the natural environment [d]
  1398. () Temporal justice [d]
  1399. () Challenges in integrating the concept of ecosystem services and values in landscape planning, management and decision making [d]
  1400. () Community-based production of geographic information using open source software and Web 2.0 [d]
  1401. () Gender and mobility: new approaches for informing sustainability [d]
  1402. Stephen José Hanson & Martin Bunzl [ed] () Foundational issues in human brain mapping [i] [d]
  1403. () From here to there: a curious collection from the hand drawn map association [i]
  1404. () Mineral evolution: mineralogy in the fourth dimension [d]
  1405. () Distinguishing technology from biology: a critical review of the use of GPS telemetry data in ecology [d]
  1406. () Cities, material flows and the geography of spatial interaction: urban places in the system of chains [d]
  1407. Nancy Hoalst-Pullen & Mark W. Patterson [ed] () Geospatial technologies in environmental management [i] [d]
  1408. () The atlas of global conservation: changes, challenges and opportunities to make a difference [i]
  1409. Ryan Holifield, Michael Porter, & Gordon Walker [ed] () Spaces of environmental justice [i]
  1410. () How do socioeconomic characteristics interact with equity and efficiency considerations?: an analysis of hurricane disaster relief goods provision [i] [d]
  1411. () Remote sensing for ecology and conservation: a handbook of techniques [i] [u]
  1412. () The generative potential of participatory geographic information systems [i] [d]
  1413. () Depicting time evolving flow with illustrative visualization techniques [i] [d]
  1414. () The role of space and time for knowledge organization on the Semantic Web [u]
  1415. () Interactive design of 3D maps with progressive projection [d]
  1416. Casper Bruun Jensen & Kjetil Rödje [ed] () Deleuzian intersections: science, technology, anthropology [i]
  1417. Bin Jiang & Xiaobai Yao [ed] () Geospatial analysis and modelling of urban structure and dynamics [i] [d]
  1418. Hassan A. Karimi & Burcu Akinci [ed] () CAD and GIS integration [i]
  1419. () Neuroimaging of the developing brain: taking 'developing' seriously [d]
  1420. () People on the move: an atlas of migration [i]
  1421. () Citizen science and volunteered geographic information: can these help in biodiversity studies? [u]
  1422. () Cognitive invariants of geographic event conceptualization: what matters and what refines? [i] [d]
  1423. () You-are-here maps: creating spatial awareness through map-like representations [d]
  1424. () Mapping biological resources in the coastal zone: an evaluation of methods in a pioneering study from Norway [d]
  1425. Alexander W. Kott & Gary Citrenbaum [ed] () Estimating impact: a handbook of computational methods and models for anticipating economic, social, political and security effects in international interventions [i] [d]
  1426. () Perceived environmental quality as an input to urban infill policy-making [d]
  1427. () Sonic maps for hiking—use of sound in enhancing the map use experience [d]
  1428. () Educating students on the importance of spatial and temporal bias in museum collections: an example using Sonora semiannulata from Texas [o]
  1429. Edgardo Latrubesse [ed] () Natural hazards and human-exacerbated disasters in Latin America [i] [d]
  1430. () Land-Use Dynamic Simulator (LUDAS): a multi-agent system model for simulating spatio-temporal dynamics of coupled human–landscape system: 2. Scenario-based application for impact assessment of land-use policies [d]
  1431. () Phylogeography takes a relaxed random walk in continuous space and time [d]
  1432. () Mathematics and reality [i]
  1433. () Visual exploration of eye movement data using the space-time-cube [i] [d]
  1434. () Spatial data analysis: an introduction for GIS users [i]
  1435. () Warning: physics envy may be hazardous to your wealth! [u]
  1436. () Digital earth's nervous system for crisis events: real-time sensor web enablement of volunteered geographic information [d]
  1437. () Agricultural change in the Pastaza River Basin: a spatially explicit model of native Amazonian cultivation [d]
  1438. () HEALTH GeoJunction: place–time–concept browsing of health publications [d]
  1439. Lorenzo Magnani, Walter A. Carnielli, & Claudio Pizzi [ed] () Model-based reasoning in science and technology: abduction, logic, and computational discovery [i] [d]
  1440. Denis Mareschal, Paul C. Quinn, & S. E. G. Lea [ed] () The making of human concepts [i] [d]
  1441. () Rethinking regional path dependence: beyond lock-in to evolution [d]
  1442. () Ocean of information: fusing aggregate & individual dynamics for metropolitan analysis [i] [d]
  1443. () Symmetries of the central vestibular system: forming movements for gravity and a three-dimensional world [d]
  1444. () Towards the development of a GIS method for identifying rural food deserts: geographic access in Vermont, USA [d]
  1445. () Putting egocentric and allocentric into perspective [i] [d]
  1446. () Spatio-temporal epidemiology: principles and opportunities [d]
  1447. () The timing of daily demand for goods and services: microsimulation policy results of an aging society, increasing labour market flexibility, and extended public childcare in Germany [d]
  1448. () The data avalanche is here: shouldn't we be digging? [d]
  1449. Kelly S. Mix, Linda B. Smith, & Michael Gasser [ed] () The spatial foundations of language and cognition [and spatiotemporal foundations] [i] [d]
  1450. () No dig, no fly, no go: how maps restrict and control [i] [d]
  1451. () Space-time in the brain [i] [d]
  1452. () Putting the 'world' in world history [d]
  1453. Felix Müller, Cornelia Baessler, Hendrik Schubert, & Stefan Klotz [ed] () Long-term ecological research: between theory and application [i] [d]
  1454. () Advances in location modeling: GIS linkages and contributions [d]
  1455. () Visualising crime clusters in a space-time cube: an exploratory data-analysis approach using space-time kernel density estimation and scan statistics [d]
  1456. () Understanding the changing planet: strategic directions for the geographical sciences [i] [d] [u]
  1457. () Fairness and ethicality in their place: the regional dynamics of fair trade and ethical sourcing agendas in the plantation districts of South India [d]
  1458. () Dynamics and numerical modeling of river plumes in lakes [o] [u]
  1459. () Arranging place and time: a GIS toolkit to assess person-based accessibility of urban opportunities [d]
  1460. () Dealing with timing and synchronization in opportunities for joint activity participation [d]
  1461. () Mathematical reasoning: patterns, problems, conjectures, and proofs [i]
  1462. Romi Nijhawan & Beena Khurana [ed] () Space and time in perception and action [i] [d]
  1463. () Time-geographic analysis on natural resource use in a village of the Vientiane Plain [u]
  1464. () Using geolifespans to model dynamic geographic domains [d]
  1465. Kia Nobre & Jennifer T. Coull [ed] () Attention and time [i] [d]
  1466. () Age differences in big five behavior averages and variabilities across the adult life span: moving beyond retrospective, global summary accounts of personality [d]
  1467. () Feedback mechanisms between water availability and water use in a semi-arid river basin: a spatially explicit multi-agent simulation approach [d]
  1468. () Branching time as a conceptual structure [i] [d]
  1469. () The Afghanistan–Pakistan wars, 2008–2009: micro-geographies, conflict diffusion, and clusters of violence [d]
  1470. () Using space–time visual analytic methods for exploring the dynamics of ethnic groups' residential patterns [d]
  1471. () 5D data modelling: full integration of 2D/3D space, time and scale dimensions [i] [d]
  1472. () Introduction to the complex Geospatial Web in geographical education [d]
  1473. (/2017) World history: from the ancient world to the information age [i]
  1474. () The call of passive history [u]
  1475. () Modeling mountain pine beetle infestation with an agent-based approach at two spatial scales [d]
  1476. () Co-ordinating passages: understanding the resources needed for everyday mobility [d]
  1477. () Divergent social worlds: neighborhood crime and the racial–spatial divide [i]
  1478. Vesselin Petkov & Hermann Minkowski [ed] () Minkowski spacetime: a hundred years later [i] [d]
  1479. Vesselin Petkov [ed] () Space, time, and spacetime: physical and philosophical implications of Minkowski's unification of space and time [i] [d]
  1480. () Physical laws and worldlines in Minkowski spacetime [i] [d]
  1481. () Visualizing health data with micromaps [d]
  1482. () EDGIS: a dynamic GIS based on space time points [d]
  1483. () Conceptualizing the healthscape: contributions of time geography, location technologies and spatial ecology to place and health research [d]
  1484. () Space, place, and hunting patterns among indigenous peoples of the Guyanese Rupununi region [d]
  1485. () Understanding chorematic diagrams: towards a taxonomy [d]
  1486. () Geoscience explanations: identifying what is needed for generating scientific narratives from data models [d]
  1487. () Statewide differences in personality: toward a psychological geography of the United States [p] [d]
  1488. () Introduction to databases: from biological to spatio-temporal [i] [d]
  1489. () Review of methods for space–time disease surveillance [d]
  1490. () The epistemology of mathematical and statistical modeling: a quiet methodological revolution [p] [d]
  1491. () Design of observational studies [i] [d]
  1492. () Cartographies of time: a history of the timeline [i]
  1493. () Fronteras vivas or dead ends?: the impact of military settlement projects in the Amazon borderlands [d]
  1494. () Between the general and the unique: overcoming the nomothetic versus idiographic opposition [d]
  1495. () Punishment's place: the local concentration of mass incarceration [d] [j]
  1496. () The timespace of human activity: on performance, society, and history as indeterminate teleological events [i]
  1497. () Urban rhythms and travel behaviour: spatial and temporal phenomena of daily travel [i]
  1498. () A bug's life and the spatial ontologies of mosquito management [d]
  1499. () Participatory sensing: building empowering surveillance [d]
  1500. () Geometrization versus transcendent matter: a systematic historiography of theories of matter following Weyl [d]
  1501. () Local studies manual: a researcher's guide for investigating the social metabolism of local rural systems [u]
  1502. () El rincón de los olvidados: participatory GIS, experiential learning and critical pedagogy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [d]
  1503. () The fate of mathematical place: objectivity and the theory of lived-space from Husserl to Casey [i] [d]
  1504. () Tuning up mind's pattern to nature's own idea: Eddington's early twenties case for variational derivatives [d]
  1505. Susan J. Smith, Rachel Pain, Sallie A. Marston, & John Paul Jones III [ed] () The Sage handbook of social geographies [i]
  1506. () Regional variations in diagnostic practices [p] [d]
  1507. () Limits of predictability in human mobility [d]
  1508. John C. H. Stillwell, Paul Norman, Claudia Thomas, & Paula Surridge [ed] () Spatial and social disparities [i] [d]
  1509. John C. H. Stillwell, Oliver Duke-Williams, & Adam Dennett [ed] () Technologies for migration and commuting analysis: spatial interaction data applications [i]
  1510. () Uncertainty in mapping malaria epidemiology: implications for control [d]
  1511. () Why history matters in ecology: an interdisciplinary perspective [d]
  1512. () An illustrated guide to relativity [i] [d]
  1513. () A 3D visualization of multiple time series on maps [i] [d]
  1514. () Agent-based models and the spatial sciences [d]
  1515. () Geography and computational social science [d]
  1516. () Brain connectivity in listening to affective stimuli: a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study and implications for psychotherapy [d]
  1517. () Principles of map design [i]
  1518. () Typical and atypical development of functional human brain networks: insights from resting-state fMRI [d]
  1519. () A synopsis of Nigeria's indigenous cartographic heritage [d]
  1520. () Ecosystem biogeochemistry considered as a distributed metabolic network ordered by maximum entropy production [d]
  1521. () Contemporary Mappa Mundi: American exceptionalism in the world city network [d]
  1522. () City networks and commodity chains: identifying global flows and local connections in Ho Chi Minh City [d]
  1523. Barney Warf [ed] () Encyclopedia of geography [i] [d]
  1524. () From GIS to neogeography: ontological implications and theories of truth [d]
  1525. () Teaching time–space compression [d]
  1526. () Grassroots mapping: tools for participatory and activist cartography [o] [u]
  1527. () De-anthropomorphizing energy and energy conservation: the case of Max Planck and Ernst Mach [d]
  1528. () Predicting conflict in space and time [d]
  1529. () Minkowski space-time and thermodynamics [i] [d]
  1530. () Explanatory depth [d] [j]
  1531. () The image of time: a voxel-wise meta-analysis [d]
  1532. () Activity fields and the dynamics of crime [d]
  1533. () A graphical vector autoregressive modelling approach to the analysis of electronic diary data [d]
  1534. () The data-driven life [u]
  1535. () Critical thinking in physical geography: linking concepts of content and applicability [d]
  1536. () Rethinking the power of maps [i]
  1537. () Visualisation of origins, destinations and flows with OD maps [d]
  1538. () Geospatial cyberinfrastructure: past, present and future [d]
  1539. () Modeling cities as spatio-temporal places [i] [d]
  1540. () Integrating 3D visualization and GIS in planning education [d]
  1541. () Cartoon planet: worlds of production and global production networks in the animation industry [d]
  1542. () Geographic data structures [i]
  1543. () The brain's cutting-room floor: segmentation of narrative cinema [d]
  1544. () Student trajectories in physics: the need for analysis through a socio-cultural lens [d]
  1545. () The pharma-biotech complex and interconnected regional innovation arenas [d]
  1546. () Geographies of media and communication: a critical introduction [i]
  1547. () Molecular networks and system-level properties [d]
  1548. () The complete guide to simulations and serious games: how the most valuable content will be created in the age beyond Gutenberg to Google [i]
  1549. () Application of boat-based laser scanning for river survey [d]
  1550. Raffaele De Amicis, Radovan Stojanovic, & Giuseppe Conti [ed] () GeoSpatial visual analytics: geographical information processing and visual analytics for environmental security [i] [d]
  1551. () A vehicle for research: using street sweepers to explore the landscape of environmental community action [i] [d]
  1552. Sandra C. Bamford & James Leach [ed] () Kinship and beyond: the genealogical model reconsidered [i] [d]
  1553. () Prokaryotic evolution and the tree of life are two different things [d]
  1554. () GIS- and RS-based spatial decision support: structure of a spatial environmental information system (SEIS) [d]
  1555. () Why can't we be more idiographic in our research? [d]
  1556. () International business travel: some explorations [d]
  1557. Robert F. Belli, Frank P. Stafford, & Duane F. Alwin [ed] () Calendar and time diary methods in life course research [i]
  1558. Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, & Anne M. O. Griffiths [ed] () Spatializing law: an anthropological geography of law in society [i]
  1559. () The geography of criminal law [u]
  1560. () Far out: a space-time chronicle [i]
  1561. Sigurd Bergmann [ed] () Nature, space, and the sacred: transdisciplinary perspectives [i]
  1562. () Where offenders choose to attack: a discrete choice model of robberies in Chicago [d]
  1563. () Geographies of circulation and exchange: constructions of markets [d]
  1564. () The dynamics of the stream of behavior [d]
  1565. H. James Birx [ed] () Encyclopedia of time: science, philosophy, theology, & culture [i]
  1566. () Travelling vulnerabilities: mobile timespaces of quiescence [d]
  1567. Michel Bitbol, Pierre Kerszberg, & Jean Petitot [ed] () Constituting objectivity: transcendental perspectives on modern physics [i] [d]
  1568. () Coupling agent-based models of subsistence farming with individual-based forest models and dynamic models of water distribution [d]
  1569. () Perspectives on time [i] [d]
  1570. () The two disciplines of scientific psychology, or: The disunity of psychology as a working hypothesis [i] [d]
  1571. () How does labour mobility affect the performance of plants?: the importance of relatedness and geographical proximity [d]
  1572. () Habitus, social fields, and circuits in rural science education [d]
  1573. () Material worlds: natural resources, resource geography and the material economy [d]
  1574. () Determinism, determination, and objectivity in modern physics [i] [d]
  1575. () An updated atlas of human helminth infections: the example of East Africa [d]
  1576. () Models and perspectives on stage: remarks on Giere's Scientific perspectivism [d]
  1577. () Toward an organismal, integrative, and iterative phylogeography [d]
  1578. () Foreshadowing contemporary digital cartography: a historical review of cinematic maps in films [d]
  1579. () Mapping globalization: a conversation between a filmmaker and a cartographer [d]
  1580. () A rural math, science, and technology elementary school tangled up in global networks of practice [d]
  1581. () Process sub-politics: placing empirical flesh on Whiteheadian thought [d]
  1582. () Dark writing: geography, performance, design [i] [d] [j]
  1583. () Geography, race, and quantification [d]
  1584. William Cartwright, Georg F. Gartner, & Antje Lehn [ed] () Cartography and art [i] [d]
  1585. () The global non-entropic arrow of time: from global geometrical asymmetry to local energy flow [d] [j]
  1586. Noel Castree [ed] () A companion to environmental geography [i]
  1587. () Cinema's mapping impulse: questioning visual culture [d]
  1588. () Dynamic maps: a visual-analytic methodology for exploring spatio-temporal disease patterns [d]
  1589. () Combining Google Earth and GIS mapping technologies in a dengue surveillance system for developing countries [d]
  1590. (/2016) History and science after the chronometric revolution [i] [j]
  1591. () Rethinking global commodity chains: integrating extraction, transport, and manufacturing [d]
  1592. () Life as a source of theory: Erik Erikson's contributions, boundaries, and marginalities [i] [d]
  1593. () Volunteered geographic information: the nature and motivation of produsers [d]
  1594. () Experience sampling methods: a modern idiographic approach to personality research [d]
  1595. () Gradients within gradients: the mesoscale distribution patterns of palms in a central Amazonian forest [d]
  1596. () Polyplexity: a complexity science for the social and policy sciences [i] [d]
  1597. () Rethinking time geography in the information age [d]
  1598. () The abduction of geographic information science: transporting spatial reasoning to the realm of purpose and design [i] [d]
  1599. () Cartography: performative, participatory, political [d]
  1600. () Proximity-based visualization of movement trace data [i]
  1601. () Animal movement data: GPS telemetry, autocorrelation and the need for path-level analysis [i] [d]
  1602. () Space and time in ecology: noise or fundamental driver? [i] [d]
  1603. () The power of place: geography, destiny, and globalization's rough landscape [i]
  1604. () Gene tree discordance, phylogenetic inference and the multispecies coalescent [d]
  1605. () A practice-centered method for charting the emergence and transformation of agriculture [d] [j]
  1606. () Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people [d]
  1607. Martin Dodge, Rob Kitchin, & C. R. Perkins [ed] () Rethinking maps: new frontiers in cartographic theory [i]
  1608. Stewart I. Donaldson, Christina A. Christie, & Melvin M. Mark [ed] () What counts as credible evidence in applied research and evaluation practice? [i]
  1609. () Searching for molecular solutions: empirical discovery and its future [i]
  1610. () Prairies, psychedelics and place: the dynamics of region in psychiatric research [d]
  1611. () Mapping a better world [u]
  1612. () Species distribution models: ecological explanation and prediction across space and time [d]
  1613. () Estimating long-term changes in China's village landscapes [d]
  1614. () Vital statistics [d]
  1615. () Localized mobility clusters: impacts of labour market externalities on firm performance [d]
  1616. () Modeling an irrigation ditch opens up the world: hydrology and hydraulics of an ancient irrigation system in Peru [d]
  1617. () The modal nature of structures in ontic structural realism [d]
  1618. Vyvyan Evans & Paul A. Chilton [ed] () Language, cognition, and space: the state of the art and new directions [i]
  1619. () Time and scheduling [i] [d]
  1620. () Slowing the growth of health care costs—lessons from regional variation [p] [d]
  1621. () Spatial analysis of wildlife distribution and disease spread [i] [d]
  1622. A. Stewart Fotheringham & Peter Rogerson [ed] () The Sage handbook of spatial analysis [i]
  1623. () Multi-cultural aspects of spatial knowledge [i] [d]
  1624. () No small matter: science on the nanoscale [i]
  1625. () Historical GIS and visualization: insights from three hotel guest registers in Central Pennsylvania, 1888–1897 [d]
  1626. () Sink: the dirt of systems [d]
  1627. () Spatial and temporal knowledge representation [d]
  1628. () The water falls but the waterfall does not fall: new perspectives on objects, processes and events [d]
  1629. Georg F. Gartner & Karl Rehrl [ed] () Location based services and telecartography II: from sensor fusion to context models [i] [d]
  1630. Jay D. Gatrell & Ryan R. Jensen [ed] () Planning and socioeconomic applications [of geotechnologies] [i] [d]
  1631. () Dynamic systems and the quest for individual-based models of change and development [i] [d]
  1632. Stan Geertman & John C. H. Stillwell [ed] () Planning support systems: best practice and new methods [i] [d]
  1633. () NeoGeography and the nature of geographic expertise [d]
  1634. () What problem?: spatial autocorrelation and geographic information science [d]
  1635. () Topographical and temporal diversity of the human skin microbiome [d]
  1636. () Oriented flows: the molecular biology and political economy of the stew [d] [j]
  1637. () Social network analyses of patient–healthcare worker interactions: implications for disease transmission [p]
  1638. () A new global monitoring system for food insecurity? [p] [d]
  1639. () Tillvaroväven [i]
  1640. () Idiographic data analysis: quantitative methods—from simple to advanced [i] [d]
  1641. () Monitoring animal behaviour and environmental interactions using wireless sensor networks, GPS collars and satellite remote sensing [d]
  1642. () The map as art: contemporary artists explore cartography [i]
  1643. () The transcendental domain of physics [i] [d]
  1644. Adam Hart-Davis [ed] (/2016) Science: the definitive visual guide [i]
  1645. () The construction system of the brain [d]
  1646. () Intervention: Mapping is critical! [d]
  1647. () Functionally linked resting-state networks reflect the underlying structural connectivity architecture of the human brain [d]
  1648. () Composing models of geographic physical processes [i] [d]
  1649. () Visualizing food system concentration and consolidation [u]
  1650. () An exploration of the co-production of performance running bodies and natures within 'running taskscapes' [d]
  1651. Falk Huettmann & Samuel A. Cushman [ed] () Spatial complexity, informatics, and wildlife conservation [i] [d]
  1652. () Developing a geovisual analytics environment for investigating archaeological events: extending the spacetime cube [d]
  1653. () Point, line and counterpoint: from environment to fluid space [i] [d]
  1654. () The wedge and the knot: hammering and stitching the face of Nature [i]
  1655. () Parallel coordinates: visual multidimensional geometry and its applications [i] [d]
  1656. () The economics of urban-rural space [d]
  1657. () Space-time intelligence system software for the analysis of complex systems [i] [d]
  1658. () Towards participatory geographic information systems for community-based environmental decision making [d]
  1659. Krzysztof Janowicz, Martin Raubal, & Sergei Levashkin [ed] () GeoSpatial semantics: third international conference, GeoS 2009, Mexico City, Mexico, December 3–4, 2009: proceedings [i] [d]
  1660. () Corporate codes of ethics and the bending of moral space [d]
  1661. Carey Jewitt [ed] () The Routledge handbook of multimodal analysis [i]
  1662. Leslie M. Johnson & Eugene S. Hunn [ed] () Landscape ethnoecology: concepts of biotic and physical space [i]
  1663. () Connecting real and imaginary places through geospatial technologies: examples from set-jetting and art-oriented tourism [d]
  1664. () Case study on visualizing hurricanes using illustration-inspired techniques [d]
  1665. () Tracking the polio virus down the Congo River: a case study on the use of Google Earth in public health planning and mapping [d]
  1666. () How students and field geologists reason in integrating spatial observations from outcrops to visualize a 3-D geological structure [d]
  1667. () Different levels of 3D: an evaluation of visualized discrete spatiotemporal data in space-time cubes [d]
  1668. () Brain volume abnormalities in major depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of magnetic resonance imaging studies [d]
  1669. () The fundamental units, processes and patterns of evolution, and the tree of life conundrum [d]
  1670. () Developing a GIS program at a tribal college [d]
  1671. () Globalization and the connection of remote communities: a review of household effects and their biodiversity implications [d]
  1672. () An evaluation of space time cube representation of spatiotemporal patterns [d]
  1673. () Quantum: Einstein, Bohr, and the great debate about the nature of reality [i]
  1674. () Human mammary progenitor cell fate decisions are products of interactions with combinatorial microenvironments [d]
  1675. () GPS tracings: personal cartographies [d]
  1676. () Mapping international flows of electronic waste [d]
  1677. () The mathematical mechanic: using physical reasoning to solve problems [i]
  1678. () Spatial representation in cognitive science and film [d]
  1679. () The shrivelled USA: representing time-space in the context of metropolisation and the development high speeds [d]
  1680. () Qualitative spatial representation and reasoning for data integration of ocean observational systems [i] [d]
  1681. () Attractive vicinities [d]
  1682. () A pragmatist approach to meaning making in children's discussions about gravity and the shape of the earth [d]
  1683. () Cartographies of the future: Julie Mehretu's dynamic charting of fluid spaces [d]
  1684. () Visualizing spatial and temporal dynamics in Google Earth using Powersim [i] [u]
  1685. () Circuits of scrap: closed loop industrial ecosystems and the geography of US international recyclable material flows 1995–2005 [d]
  1686. () Genocide and GIScience: integrating personal narratives and geographic information science to study human rights [d]
  1687. () An interview with Anne Buttimer: an autobiographical window on geographical thought and practice 1965–2005 [d]
  1688. () A wired world: the evolving geography of submarine cables and the shift to Asia [d]
  1689. () Studies on time: a proposal on how to get out of circularity [d]
  1690. () Earth in our care: ecology, economy, and sustainability [i]
  1691. () Spatiotemporal analysis of an acoustic environment: interactions between landscape features and sounds [d]
  1692. () Brain clocks: from the suprachiasmatic nuclei to a cerebral network [d]
  1693. () Place-specific computing: a place-centric perspective for digital designs [u]
  1694. () Age-related changes in modular organization of human brain functional networks [d]
  1695. Peter Meusburger, Joachim Funke, & Edgar Wunder [ed] () Milieus of creativity: an interdisciplinary approach to spatiality of creativity [i] [d]
  1696. () Behavioral mapping of residents' activity in five residential style care centers for elderly persons diagnosed with dementia: small differences in sites can affect behaviors [d]
  1697. () A field-based theory for time geography [d]
  1698. () Ways of walking: developing a pedestrian typology for personalised mobile information systems [i] [d]
  1699. () Spatial decision support in a post-disaster environment: a community-focused approach [d]
  1700. () The fluid envelope of our planet: how the study of ocean currents became a science [i]
  1701. () Maps as comics, comics as maps [o] [u]
  1702. () Evolutionary biogeography: an integrative approach with case studies [i]
  1703. () Experience sampling research in psychopathology: opening the black box of daily life [d]
  1704. () Mapping of sample collection data: GIS tools for the natural product researcher [d]
  1705. () The entangled roots of objective knowledge [i] [d]
  1706. () Extended life [d]
  1707. () Cartographic representation of the sonic environment [d]
  1708. () Comparative biogeography: discovering and classifying biogeographical patterns of a dynamic Earth [i]
  1709. () Management and research applications of real-time and archival passive acoustic sensors over varying temporal and spatial scales [d]
  1710. () GenGIS: a geospatial information system for genomic data [d]
  1711. () Path dependence in the production of scientific knowledge [d]
  1712. () Amazonía 2009: áreas protegidas e territórios indígenas [u]
  1713. () Time-structured and net intraindividual variability: tools for examining the development of dynamic characteristics and processes [d]
  1714. () Decentralized time geography for ad-hoc collaborative planning [i] [d]
  1715. () Cognitive engineering for geographic information science [d]
  1716. () Mapping community values for natural capital and ecosystem services [d]
  1717. Aura Reggiani & Peter Nijkamp [ed] () Complexity and spatial networks: in search of simplicity [i] [d]
  1718. () Fishing, foraging and farming in the Bolivian Amazon: on a local society in transition [i] [d]
  1719. () The challenges of mapping complex indigenous spatiality: from abstract space to dwelling space [d]
  1720. () Hermann Weyl and 'first philosophy': constituting gauge invariance [i] [d]
  1721. () On reciprocal illumination and consilience in biogeography [d]
  1722. () Depicting the dynamics of living the life: the trajectory equifinality model [i] [d]
  1723. (/2014) 3D: history, theory, and aesthetics of the transplane image [i]
  1724. () 'Doing' critical geographies with numbers [d]
  1725. () Complex, adaptive systems, through time and across space: Alberta power generation [i] [d]
  1726. () Is geography (the discipline) sustainable without geography (the subject)? [d]
  1727. () A GIS-based time-geographic approach of studying individual activities and interactions in a hybrid physical-virtual space [d]
  1728. () LODE: linking open descriptions of events [i] [d]
  1729. () Videogames: the new GIS? [u]
  1730. () The ethics of Google Earth: crossing thresholds from spatial data to landscape visualisation [d]
  1731. Elizabeth Shove, Frank Trentmann, & Richard R. Wilk [ed] () Time, consumption and everyday life: practice, materiality and culture [i]
  1732. () Turning genealogists onto GIS [d]
  1733. () Why neutral monism is superior to panpsychism [u]
  1734. () Remote sensing, geographical information system and spatial analysis for schistosomiasis epidemiology and ecology in Africa [d]
  1735. () Detecting subtle land use change in tropical forests [d]
  1736. Charles A. P. Smith, Jeffrey G. Morrison, & Kenneth W. Kisiel [ed] () Working through synthetic worlds [i]
  1737. () Why do different individuals progress along different life trajectories? [d]
  1738. () High spatial resolution data acquisition for the geosciences: kite aerial photography [d]
  1739. () The economics of spatial-dynamic processes: applications to renewable resources [d]
  1740. () Dynamic field theory and embodied cognitive dynamics [i] [d]
  1741. () Toward a cartography of the commons: constituting the political and economic possibilities of place [d]
  1742. () Virtual globes and geospatial health: the potential of new tools in the management and control of vector-borne diseases [u]
  1743. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  1744. () Changes in the interaction of resting-state neural networks from adolescence to adulthood [d]
  1745. Kathleen Stewart Hornsby [ed] () Spatial information theory: 9th international conference, COSIT 2009, Aber Wrac'h, France, September 21–25, 2009: proceedings [i] [d]
  1746. () Conceptual framework for modeling dynamic paths from natural language expressions [d]
  1747. John C. H. Stillwell, Ernestina Coast, & Dylan Kneale [ed] () Fertility, living arrangements, care and mobility [i] [d]
  1748. () Mental time travel and the shaping of the human mind [d]
  1749. () eBird: a citizen-based bird observation network in the biological sciences [d]
  1750. () Time geography rediscovered: a common language for location-oriented services [i] [d]
  1751. () Maximising coverage of spatial demand for service [d]
  1752. () Process models and next-generation geographic information technology [u]
  1753. () Using experience sampling methods/ecological momentary assessment (ESM/EMA) in clinical assessment and clinical research: introduction to the special section [p] [d]
  1754. () In the light of time [d]
  1755. () Mathematical representations in science: a cognitive–historical case history [d]
  1756. () A new approach for modeling spatio-temporal events in an earthquake rescue scenario [d]
  1757. Jaan Valsiner, Peter C. M. Molenaar, Maria C. D. P. Lyra, & Nandita Chaudhary [ed] () Dynamic process methodology in the social and developmental sciences [i] [d]
  1758. () Walking the line: affectively understanding and communicating the complexity of place [d]
  1759. () Built environments, constructed societies: inverted spatial analysis [i]
  1760. () Exploring time diaries using semi-automated activity pattern extraction [o] [u]
  1761. () 2D and 3D representations for feature recognition in time geographical diary data [d]
  1762. () Cartography, territory, property: postcolonial reflections on indigenous counter-mapping in Nicaragua and Belize [d]
  1763. () A place and space for a critical geography of precarity? [d]
  1764. () The virtual cell—a candidate co-ordinator for 'middle-out' modelling of biological systems [d]
  1765. () Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human–environment research [d]
  1766. Timothy A. Warner, M. Duane Nellis, & Giles M. Foody [ed] () The Sage handbook of remote sensing [i]
  1767. () Remote sensing of mountain environments [d]
  1768. () The importance of business travel for industrial clusters: making sense of nomadic workers [d]
  1769. () Spatial and social networks in organizational innovation [d]
  1770. () The gravitational origin of the distinction between space and time [d]
  1771. () Integrating scientific modeling and supporting dynamic hazard management with a GeoAgent-based representation of human–environment interactions: a drought example in Central Pennsylvania, USA [d]
  1772. () Space–time modeling [i]
  1773. () Dynamics of life-course transitions: a methodological reflection [i] [d]
  1774. () Freshwater ecoregions of the world: a new map of biogeographic units for freshwater biodiversity conservation [d]
  1775. () Integrating geographic information systems into library services: a guide for academic libraries [i] [d]
  1776. Pragya Agarwal & André Skupin [ed] () Self-organising maps: applications in geographic information science [i]
  1777. () The arrow of time: from universe time-asymmetry to local irreversible processes [d]
  1778. () Lines in the sand: movement as a practice of spatialization and wildernization: a case study of the Cabeza Prieta Wilderness, Arizona [u]
  1779. () Survival analysis in land change science: integrating with GIScience to address temporal complexities [d]
  1780. () Rural population change in developing countries: lessons for policymaking [d]
  1781. () Modeling and measuring individuals' mental representations of complex spatio-temporal decision problems [d]
  1782. () Time lapse and the degeneracy of time: Gödel, proper time and becoming in relativity theory [i] [d]
  1783. () Virtual globes: the next GIS? [i] [d]
  1784. () Sonification: listen to brain activity [i] [d]
  1785. () All in the timing: considering time at multiple stages of group research [d]
  1786. () Community health assessment using self-organizing maps and geographic information systems [d]
  1787. () Mapping urban poverty for local governance in an Indian mega-city: the case of Delhi [d]
  1788. () Discrete-element, individual-based and agent-based models: tools for interdisciplinary enquiry in geography? [d]
  1789. () Roles: a four-dimensional analysis [i]
  1790. () Biological spacetime and the temporal integration of functional modules: a case study of dento–gnathic developmental timing [d]
  1791. () Scientific discourse in the academy: a case study of an American Indian undergraduate [d]
  1792. Albert G. Burger, Duncan Davidson, & Richard Baldock [ed] () Anatomy ontologies for bioinformatics: principles and practice [i] [d]
  1793. () The common now [d]
  1794. () The conversational geography of word-of-mouth communication and marketing practices [d]
  1795. () More-than-representational knowledges of the countryside: how we think as bodies [d]
  1796. () Agency in social activity interactions: the role of social networks in time and space [d]
  1797. () Who's afraid of the big bad Whorf?: crosslinguistic differences in temporal language and thought [d]
  1798. () Time in the mind: using space to think about time [p] [d]
  1799. () Supersizing the mind: embodiment, action, and cognitive extension [i] [d]
  1800. () Qualitative spatial representation and reasoning [i] [d]
  1801. () Making objective facts from intimate relations: the case of neuroscience and its entanglements with volunteers [d]
  1802. () Where do people draw lines? [d]
  1803. () Atmospheric science at NASA: a history [i]
  1804. () The geography of genocide [i]
  1805. () Pluralism, scientific values, and the value of science [i]
  1806. () Keyhole, Google Earth, and 3D worlds: an interview with Avi Bar-Zeev [d]
  1807. () Sensing change [d]
  1808. () Self-reflection across time: cortical midline structures differentiate between present and past selves [d]
  1809. () The modular structure of physical theories [d] [j]
  1810. () The spatiotemporal dynamics of autobiographical memory: neural correlates of recall, emotional intensity, and reliving [d]
  1811. Bruno David & Julian Thomas [ed] () Handbook of landscape archaeology [i]
  1812. () Time in anatomy [i] [d]
  1813. () Terrestrial vegetation in the coupled human–earth system: contributions of remote sensing [d]
  1814. Dennis Geert Bernardus Johan Dieks [ed] () The ontology of spacetime II [i] [d]
  1815. () Towards a taxonomy of movement patterns [d]
  1816. Martin Dodge, Mary McDerby, & Martin Turner [ed] () Geographic visualization: concepts, tools and applications [i] [d]
  1817. () Geography's place in time [d]
  1818. (/2010) The atlas of the real world: mapping the way we live [i]
  1819. () The engagement of mid-ventrolateral prefrontal cortex and posterior brain regions in intentional cognitive activity [d]
  1820. Igor Drecki & Antoni B. Moore [ed] () Geospatial vision: new dimensions in cartography [i] [d]
  1821. () The future of GIS in planning: converging technologies and diverging interests [d]
  1822. () Human time perception and its illusions [d]
  1823. () Pruning some branches from 'branching spacetimes' [i] [d]
  1824. () Putting people in the map: anthropogenic biomes of the world [d]
  1825. () Agglomeration mobility: effects of localisation, urbanisation, and scale on job changes [d]
  1826. () Territories of difference: place, movements, life, redes [i] [d]
  1827. () The microbial engines that drive Earth's biogeochemical cycles [d]
  1828. () Symbolic, Spatial, Mapping (SySpM): a framework for interpreting maps [d]
  1829. () Process and skill: analyzing dynamic structures of growth [i]
  1830. () Relativity, the passage of time and the cosmic clock [i] [d]
  1831. () Integrating dispositions, signatures, and the interpersonal domain [d]
  1832. Otto Fränzle, Ludger Kappen, & Hans-Peter Blume [ed] () Ecosystem organization of a complex landscape: long-term research in the Bornhöved Lake District, Germany [i] [d]
  1833. Christian Freksa, Nora S. Newcombe, Peter Gärdenfors, & Stefan Wölfl [ed] () Spatial cognition VI: learning, reasoning, and talking about space: international conference, Spatial Cognition 2008, Freiburg, Germany, September 15–19, 2008: proceedings [i] [d]
  1834. () Multiple movement modes by large herbivores at multiple spatiotemporal scales [p] [d]
  1835. () Multivariate geovisualization [i]
  1836. Peter Galison, Gerald James Holton, & Silvan S. Schweber [ed] () Einstein for the 21st century: his legacy in science, art, and modern culture [i]
  1837. () Experience and history: processes and their relation to events [d]
  1838. () A framework for generating and analyzing movement paths on ecological landscapes [p] [d]
  1839. () Introduction to geometric computing [i] [d]
  1840. () The space-lifetime hypothesis: viewing organisms in four dimensions, literally [p] [d]
  1841. () The universal force: gravity—creator of worlds [i] [d]
  1842. () Understanding individual human mobility patterns [d]
  1843. Michael K. Goodman, Max Boykoff, & Kyle Evered [ed] () Contentious geographies: environmental knowledge, meaning, scale [i]
  1844. () Globalization and land-use transitions in Latin America [u]
  1845. () Adding the temporal and spatial aspects of routine activities: a further test of routine activity theory [d]
  1846. Simon Grondin [ed] () Psychology of time [i]
  1847. () Defining a digital earth system [d]
  1848. () Proposed cartographic design principles for 3D maps: a contribution to an extended cartographic theory [d]
  1849. () Social context of activity scheduling: discrete–continuous model of relationship between 'with whom' and episode start time and duration [d]
  1850. Edward J. Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch, & Judy Wajcman [ed] () The handbook of science and technology studies [i]
  1851. () Life and motion configurations: a basis for spatio-temporal generalized reasoning model [i] [d]
  1852. () Cell signalling is the music of life [p] [d]
  1853. () The role of map animation for geographic visualization [i] [d]
  1854. (/2016) A primer of GIS: fundamental geographic and cartographic concepts [i]
  1855. () Postphenomenology: learning cultural perception in science [d] [j]
  1856. () Time course of visual perception: coarse-to-fine processing and beyond [d]
  1857. () Mobile methodologies: theory, technology and practice [d]
  1858. () Sense of place and sense of planet: the environmental imagination of the global [i]
  1859. () Contemporary geographies of exclusion I: traversing Skid Road [d]
  1860. () Trends and missing parts in the study of movement ecology [p] [d]
  1861. () Text as it happens: literary geography [d]
  1862. () ICT and temporal fragmentation of activities: an analytical framework and initial empirical findings [d]
  1863. () Interpreting urban space through cognitive map sketching and sequence analysis [d]
  1864. () Bindings against boundaries: entanglements of life in an open world [d]
  1865. Tim Ingold & Jo Lee Vergunst [ed] () Ways of walking: ethnography and practice on foot [i] [d]
  1866. () Theorizing sociospatial relations [d]
  1867. () The live outdoor webcams and the construction of virtual geography [d]
  1868. () Developing a sense of scale: looking backward [d]
  1869. () Non-human agencies: trees in place and time [i] [d]
  1870. () Exploring space and place with walking interviews [u]
  1871. () Deformation of earth materials: an introduction to the rheology of solid earth [i] [d]
  1872. (/2013) Chemical structure and reactivity: an integrated approach [i]
  1873. () Geographic information and analysis for decision support [i] [d]
  1874. Carl Knappett & Lambros Malafouris [ed] () Material agency: towards a non-anthropocentric approach [i] [d]
  1875. Richard D. Knowles, Jon Shaw, & Iain Docherty [ed] () Transport geographies: mobilities, flows, and spaces [i]
  1876. () A framework for linking advanced simulation models with interactive cognitive maps [d]
  1877. () Integrating GIS-based environmental data into evolutionary biology [d]
  1878. () Geovisualization and time: new opportunities for the space-time cube [i] [d]
  1879. () The global sociometabolic transition [d]
  1880. () Scale and accessibility: implications for the analysis of land use–travel interaction [d]
  1881. () Geo-narrative: extending geographic information systems for narrative analysis in qualitative and mixed-method research [d] [u]
  1882. () Analysis of human space–time behavior: geovisualization and geocomputational approaches [i]
  1883. () Models of the human metabolism [i] [d]
  1884. () Mapping the evolution of 'food deserts' in a Canadian city: supermarket accessibility in London, Ontario, 1961–2005 [d]
  1885. () Land-Use Dynamic Simulator (LUDAS): a multi-agent system model for simulating spatio-temporal dynamics of coupled human–landscape system: I. Structure and theoretical specification [d]
  1886. () Technology and institutions: a critical appraisal of GIS in the planning domain [d]
  1887. () The time wave: a new method of visual exploration of geo-data in timespace [d]
  1888. () Visualizing multiwavelength astrophysical data [d]
  1889. () The psychology of transcending the here and now [d]
  1890. () Time and identity: a framework for research and theory formation [d]
  1891. () Life, gravity and the second law of thermodynamics [d]
  1892. () Biological time is fractal: early events reverberate over a life time [d]
  1893. David Lloyd & Ernest L. Rossi [ed] () Ultradian rhythms from molecules to mind: a new vision of life [i] [d]
  1894. () Proof as a path of light [i] [d]
  1895. () The explanatory power of phase spaces [d]
  1896. () Representing forested regions at small scales: automatic derivation from very large scale data [d]
  1897. () Evolution, path dependence and economic geography [d]
  1898. () Lived temporalities: exploring duration in Guatemala: empirical and theoretical studies [i] [d]
  1899. () Spatio-temporal variability in human and natural sounds in a rural landscape [d]
  1900. () Searching and planning: young children's reasoning about past and future event sequences [d]
  1901. () Cartographic design and the quality of climate change maps [d]
  1902. () Geographic data mining and knowledge discovery [i]
  1903. () Geospatial approaches for disease risk communication in marginalized communities [d]
  1904. () A graph-theory framework for evaluating landscape connectivity and conservation planning [d]
  1905. () Explaining complex behavior [i]
  1906. () Personality dominance and preferential use of the vertical dimension of space: evidence from spatial attention paradigms [d]
  1907. () Coast lines: how mapmakers frame the world and chart environmental change [i]
  1908. () A tropical marine microbial natural products geobibliography as an example of desktop exploration of current research using web visualisation tools [d]
  1909. () Moving objects in static maps, animation, and the space-time cube [u]
  1910. () Cofán Indians help map out rain forest, produce DVDs on quickly disappearing tribal traditions [u]
  1911. () Global mapping of ecosystem services and conservation priorities [p] [d]
  1912. () Flow variability and the biophysical vitality of river systems [d]
  1913. () A movement ecology paradigm for unifying organismal movement research [p] [d]
  1914. () A three-dimensional network-based space–time prism [d]
  1915. () VISTORY: visualizing relations of multi-timelines [in Japanese] [u]
  1916. () Einstein's mistakes: the human failings of genius [i]
  1917. () Three-dimensional metrics for the analysis of spatiotemporal data in ecology [d]
  1918. () Geography of advice seeking [d]
  1919. () Mapping indigenous depth of place [d]
  1920. () Framing the days: place and narrative in cartography [d]
  1921. () Cultures of map use [d]
  1922. () Cell water dynamics on multiple time scales [p] [d]
  1923. Christopher Pettit, William Cartwright, Ian D. Bishop, Kim Lowell, David Pullar, & David Duncan [ed] () Landscape analysis and visualisation: spatial models for natural resource management and planning [i] [d]
  1924. () Facilitating participatory multilevel decision-making by using interactive mental maps [u]
  1925. () Earthrise: how man first saw the Earth [i]
  1926. Bruce Porter, Vladimir Lifschitz, & Frank Van Harmelen [ed] () Handbook of knowledge representation [i] [d]
  1927. () Cyclical clusters in global circuits: overlapping spaces in furniture trade fairs [d]
  1928. () Genealogy and gene trees [d]
  1929. () Locating backup facilities to enhance supply chain disaster resilience [d]
  1930. () Representing concepts in time [i] [d]
  1931. () Species in three and four dimensions [d] [j]
  1932. () Hyperborder: the contemporary U.S.–Mexico border and its future [i]
  1933. () Time and temporality as mediators of science learning [d]
  1934. () Designing protected areas to conserve riverine biodiversity: lessons from a hypothetical redesign of the Kruger National Park [d]
  1935. Chandrasekhar Roychoudhuri, Al F. Kracklauer, & Katherine Creath [ed] () The nature of light: what is a photon? [i]
  1936. () Material flows in Latin America: a comparative analysis of Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, and Peru, 1980–2000 [d]
  1937. Matthias Ruth & Brynhildur Davidsdottir [ed] () Changing stocks, flows, and behaviors in industrial ecosystems [i] [d]
  1938. () Time and relation in relativity and quantum gravity: from time to processes [i] [d]
  1939. () Tree thinking cannot be taken for granted: challenges for teaching phylogenetics [d]
  1940. () Multivariate geovisualization of archaeological events using the space-time cube [u]
  1941. () Global data for ecology and epidemiology: a novel algorithm for temporal fourier processing MODIS data [d]
  1942. () The Internet, mobile phone and space-time constraints [d]
  1943. () Struggling with time: investigating coupling constraints [d]
  1944. () Exploring the juggling of responsibilities with space-time accessibility analysis [d]
  1945. () Development, Geometry of [i] [d]
  1946. () A space-time GIS approach to exploring large individual-based spatiotemporal datasets [d]
  1947. () Travails in the third dimension: a critical evaluation of three-dimensional geographical visualization [i] [d]
  1948. () Can visualisation save the world?: lessons for landscape architects from visualizing local climate change [i]
  1949. () Ecological momentary assessment [p] [d]
  1950. () Visualizing human movement in attribute space [i]
  1951. Il-Yeol Song [ed] () Advances in conceptual modeling—challenges and opportunities: ER 2008 workshops CMLSA, ECDM, FP-UML, M2AS, RIGiM, SeCoGIS, WISM, Barcelona, Spain, October 20–23, 2008: proceedings [i] [d]
  1952. () The common neural basis of autobiographical memory, prospection, navigation, theory of mind, and the default mode: a quantitative meta-analysis [d]
  1953. () AuthorMapper: scientific research and author locations globally [u]
  1954. Kathleen Stewart Hornsby & May Yuan [ed] () Understanding dynamics of geographic domains [i]
  1955. () Children's knowledge of the earth: a new methodological and statistical approach [d]
  1956. () Experimental geography: radical approaches to landscape, cartography, and urbanism [i]
  1957. () Being and place among the Tlingit [i]
  1958. () Producing geo-historical context from implicit sources: a geovisual analytics approach [d]
  1959. () What is cartographic rationality? [d]
  1960. () Virtual globes: an overview of their history, uses, and future challenges [d]
  1961. Bradley B. Walters [ed] () Against the grain: the Vayda tradition in human ecology and ecological anthropology [i]
  1962. () Why do we keep turning time into space? [i]
  1963. () Unfolding the earth: myriahedral projections [d]
  1964. John P. Wilson & A. Stewart Fotheringham [ed] () The handbook of geographic information science [i]
  1965. () Activity patterns in space and time: calculating representative Hägerstrand trajectories [d]
  1966. Stephen Wise & Massimo Craglia [ed] () GIS and evidence-based policy making [i]
  1967. () Kin in space: social viscosity in a spatially and genetically substructured network [p] [d]
  1968. () Time, cycles and tempos in social-ecological research and environmental policy [d]
  1969. Richard Wortley & Michael Townsley [ed] (/2017) Environmental criminology and crime analysis [i]
  1970. () Mapping levels of palliative care development: a global view [d]
  1971. () Understanding strategies for seed dispersal by wind under contrasting atmospheric conditions [p] [d]
  1972. () Individual space–time activity-based modelling of infectious disease transmission within a city [d]
  1973. () Exploring potential human activities in physical and virtual spaces: a spatio-temporal GIS approach [d]
  1974. () Visualizing and analyzing activities in an integrated space–time environment: temporal geographic information system design and implementation [d]
  1975. () Dynamics GIS: recognizing the dynamic nature of reality [u]
  1976. () Adding time into geographic information system databases [i]
  1977. () Computation and visualization for understanding dynamics in geographic domains: a research agenda [i]
  1978. Ahmed H. Zewail [ed] () Physical biology: from atoms to medicine [i]
  1979. () Activities, ringmaps and geovisualization of large human movement fields [d]
  1980. () Flying lessons: exploring the social and cultural geographies of global air travel [d]
  1981. () Time–space transformations of geographic space for exploring, analyzing and visualizing transportation systems [d]
  1982. () Visualizing time-oriented data: a systematic view [d]
  1983. James R. Akerman & Robert W. Karrow [ed] () Maps: finding our place in the world [i]
  1984. () Space, time, rhetoric and agricultural change in the transition zone of Ghana [d]
  1985. () TimeLine and visualization of multiple-data sets and the visualization querying challenge [d]
  1986. () Space-time: arena or reality? [i] [d]
  1987. Kay W. Axhausen [ed] () Moving through nets: the physical and social dimensions of travel [i]
  1988. () Indigenous knowledge and western science: the possibility of dialogue [d]
  1989. () Classifying contingency in the social sciences: diachronic, synchronic, and deterministic contingency [u]
  1990. () Buzz-and-pipeline dynamics: towards a knowledge-based multiplier model of clusters [d]
  1991. () A framework for visualization and exploration of events [d]
  1992. () A grammar of organizing [i] [d]
  1993. () An anthropology of luminosity: the agency of light [d]
  1994. () Time and the biological consequences of globalization [and comments and reply] [d]
  1995. Luciano Boi, Pierre Kerszberg, & Frédéric Patras [ed] () Rediscovering phenomenology: phenomenological essays on mathematical beings, physical reality, perception and consciousness [i]
  1996. () Little science confronts the data deluge: habitat ecology, embedded sensor networks, and digital libraries [d]
  1997. Charles S. Brown & Ted Toadvine [ed] () Nature's edge: boundary explorations in ecological theory and practice [i]
  1998. () Gender and the politics of time: feminist theory and contemporary debates [i]
  1999. () Torsten Hägerstrand (1916–2004) [i]
  2000. () GIS and mapping at the Urban Institute's Justice Policy Center [d]
  2001. () Spatial demography: an opportunity to improve policy making at diverse decision levels [d]
  2002. () Time-geography: individuals in time and space [i] [d]
  2003. () Mathematical recreation versus mathematical knowledge [i]
  2004. () Cartographic cinema [i]
  2005. () A temporal model of negotiation linkage dynamics [d]
  2006. () Objectivity [i]
  2007. () What is migration? [d]
  2008. () Using participatory design to develop (public) health decision support systems through GIS [d]
  2009. Jane Drummond [ed] () Dynamic and mobile GIS: investigating changes in space and time [i]
  2010. () From image to model: remote sensing and urban modeling [i] [d]
  2011. () Cultural factors in digital cartographic design: implications for communication to diverse users [d]
  2012. () The world map, 1300–1492: the persistence of tradition and transformation [i]
  2013. () Physics in the real universe: time and space-time [i] [d]
  2014. Carlos Fausto & Michael Heckenberger [ed] () Time and memory in indigenous Amazonia: anthropological perspectives [i]
  2015. () Informe–resumen del proceso de reivindicación territorial del Pueblo Indígena Ese Ejja en el Bajo Heath Boliviano [u]
  2016. Marina Fischer-Kowalski & Helmut Haberl [ed] () Socioecological transitions and global change: trajectories of social metabolism and land use [i] [d]
  2017. Peter F. Fisher [ed] () Classics from IJGIS: twenty years of the International journal of geographical information science and systems [i]
  2018. () The mind of the mathematician [i]
  2019. () Dynamic prisms and 'instant access': linking opportunities in space to decision making in time [i] [d]
  2020. () Taking geographical economics out of equilibrium: implications for theory and policy [d]
  2021. () Incompleteness, error, approximation, and uncertainty: an ontological approach to data quality [i] [d]
  2022. () Fractals and geography [i] [d]
  2023. () A transparently scalable visualization architecture for exploring the universe [d]
  2024. () On the paradoxical nature of surfaces: ontology at the physics/geometry interface [d] [j]
  2025. Georg F. Gartner, William Cartwright, & Michael P. Peterson [ed] () Location based services and telecartography [i]
  2026. () Towards ubiquitous cartography [d]
  2027. () A local space–time kriging approach applied to a national outpatient malaria data set [d]
  2028. () The electromagnetic conception of nature at the root of the special and general relativity theories and its revolutionary meaning [d]
  2029. Teofilo F. González [ed] () Handbook of approximation algorithms and metaheuristics [i]
  2030. () Citizens as sensors: the world of volunteered geography [d]
  2031. () Towards a general theory of geographic representation in GIS [d]
  2032. () Actions as space–time shapes [d]
  2033. () The Great Lakes: the natural history of a changing region [i]
  2034. () Historical GIS: structuring, mapping and analysing geographies of the past [d]
  2035. () Assembling a global database of malaria parasite prevalence for the Malaria Atlas Project [d]
  2036. () Some remarks on the space-time of Newton and Einstein [i] [d]
  2037. () Spatio-temporal configurations of dynamics points in a 1D space [u]
  2038. () Unclassed animated choropleth maps [d]
  2039. Robert Hassan & Ronald E. Purser [ed] () 24/7: time and temporality in the network society [i]
  2040. () Climate, niche conservatism, and the global bird diversity gradient [p] [d]
  2041. () Experience sampling method: measuring the quality of everyday life [i]
  2042. () Understanding organization as process: theory for a tangled world [i]
  2043. () Why social work needs mapping [d] [j] [u]
  2044. () Material flows in a social context: a Vietnamese case study combining the materials flow analysis and action-in-context frameworks [d]
  2045. () Teaching quantum physics without paradoxes [d]
  2046. () Impacts of increasing consumption on material flows over time: empirical results from Finland 1970–2005 [d]
  2047. () Spatial microsimulation models [i] [d]
  2048. () A discrete time–space geography for epidemiology: from mixing groups to pockets of local order in pandemic simulations [p]
  2049. Alf Hornborg, John Robert McNeill, & Joan Martínez Alier [ed] () Rethinking environmental history: world-system history and global environmental change [i]
  2050. () Footprints in the cotton fields: the Industrial Revolution as time-space appropriation and environmental load displacement [i]
  2051. () Accidental atheists?: agent-based explanations for the persistence of religious regionalism [d]
  2052. () Lines: a brief history [i] [d]
  2053. () The evolution of urban sprawl: evidence of spatial heterogeneity and increasing land fragmentation [p] [d]
  2054. () Einstein: his life and universe [i]
  2055. () Introducing plan oblique relief [d]
  2056. () Understanding scale: Powers of ten [d]
  2057. () Urban sound environment [i]
  2058. () Each moment is the universe: Zen and the way of being time [i]
  2059. () The changing metabolism of cities [d]
  2060. Michael D. King, Claire L. Parkinson, Kim C. Partington, & Robin G. Williams [ed] () Our changing planet: the view from space [i] [u]
  2061. () Understanding spatiotemporal patterns: visual ordering of space and time [d]
  2062. () Affecting geospatial technologies: toward a feminist politics of emotion [d] [u]
  2063. () Movements in time and space: using multiple methods in research with young people in Accra, Ghana [d]
  2064. () Movement beyond the snapshot: dynamic analysis of geospatial lifelines [d]
  2065. Manfred Dietrich Laubichler & Gerd Müller [ed] () Modeling biology: structures, behavior, evolution [i]
  2066. () E = mc2: an intuitive derivation [d]
  2067. () The human microbiome: eliminating the biomedical/environmental dichotomy in microbial ecology [d]
  2068. () Digital map generalization at the age of enlightenment: a review of the first forty years [d]
  2069. () Visualizing large-scale uncertainty in astrophysical data [d]
  2070. Linda M. Lobao, Gregory Hooks, & Ann R. Tickamyer [ed] () The sociology of spatial inequality [i]
  2071. () The Africa book: a journey through every country in the continent [i]
  2072. () The Asia book: a journey through every country in the continent [i]
  2073. () Can you hear us now?: voices from the margin: using Indigenous methodologies in geographic research [d]
  2074. David I. Macleod [ed] () Mapping in Michigan & the Great Lakes region [i]
  2075. () The environmental impacts of regional disparity in population and wealth distribution in Nigeria [d]
  2076. () Syndromes of sustainability of development for assessing the vulnerability of coupled human-environmental systems. The case of hydrometeorological disasters in Central America and the Caribbean [d]
  2077. () Foodmaps: tracing boundaries of 'home' through food relations [d]
  2078. () Defining vision: what homology thinking contributes [d]
  2079. () Spatial symmetry groups as sensorimotor guidelines [p] [u]
  2080. () Exploring the role of transportation in fostering social exclusion: the use of GIS to support qualitative data [d]
  2081. () Global localism: recentering the research agenda for biodiversity conservation [d]
  2082. () Space–time clustering of case–control data with residential histories: insights into empirical induction periods, age-specific susceptibility, and calendar year-specific effects [d]
  2083. () Effects of animations in zooming and panning operations on web maps: a web-based experiment [d]
  2084. () Social exclusion in space and time [i]
  2085. Harvey J. Miller [ed] () Societies and cities in the age of instant access [i] [d]
  2086. () Place-based versus people-based geographic information science [d]
  2087. Lize Mogel & Alexis Bhagat [ed] () An atlas of radical cartography [i]
  2088. () Geoenvironmental site investigation using different techniques in a municipal solid waste disposal site in Brazil [d]
  2089. () Contextual influences on interpersonal complementarity [d]
  2090. (/2016) DK complete atlas of the world [i]
  2091. () The art of systems: the cognitive-aesthetic culture of portal cities and the development of meta-cultural advanced knowledge economies [i]
  2092. () The real world and space-time [i] [d]
  2093. () Transit maps of the world [i]
  2094. () Toward a geographically-integrated, connected world history: employing geographic information systems (GIS) [d]
  2095. () Mapping as a visual health communication tool: promises and dilemmas [p] [d]
  2096. () 3D-mapping optimization of embodied energy of transportation [d]
  2097. () Relativity, dimensionality, and existence [i] [d]
  2098. Vesselin Petkov [ed] () Relativity and the dimensionality of the world [i] [d]
  2099. Jodie M. Plumert & John P. Spencer [ed] () The emerging spatial mind [i]
  2100. () Urban geography with scale: rethinking scale via Wal-Mart's 'geography of big things' [d]
  2101. () Things and places: how the mind connects with the world [i]
  2102. () Relocating modern science: circulation and the construction of knowledge in South Asia and Europe, 1650–1900 [i] [d]
  2103. () Calibrating and constructing models of protein folding [d] [j]
  2104. () Time geography for ad-hoc shared-ride trip planning in mobile geosensor networks [d]
  2105. () Interactive use of genograms and ecomaps in family caregiving research [d]
  2106. () Digital globes [i] [d]
  2107. () Networks and grids: technology and theory [i] [d]
  2108. () Tiempo y espacio en el Tawantinsuyu: introducción a las concepciones espacio-temporales de los Incas [u]
  2109. () Overcoming marginality on the margins: mapping, logging, and coca in the Amazon Borderlands [o] [u]
  2110. Léna Sanders [ed] () Models in spatial analysis [i] [d]
  2111. () The challenge of placing spirituality within geographies of development [d]
  2112. () The process of spatial diffusion and modeling change [i] [d]
  2113. () Automating visualization and analysis of lifelines in a GIS [o] [u]
  2114. (/2020) The periodic table: its story and its significance [i]
  2115. Arno Scharl & Klaus Tochtermann [ed] () The geospatial web: how geobrowsers, social software, and the Web 2.0 are shaping the network society [i] [u]
  2116. () Matter(s) of interest: artefacts, spacing and timing [d]
  2117. () Sequence alignment as a method for human activity analysis in space and time [d] [j]
  2118. Diana Stuart Sinton & Jennifer J. Lund [ed] () Understanding place: GIS and mapping across the curriculum [i]
  2119. () Highlighting spacetime patterns: effective visual encodings for interactive decision-making [d]
  2120. () Interdependence [d]
  2121. () Kitchenscapes, tablescapes, platescapes, and foodscapes: influences of microscale built environments on food intake [d]
  2122. () Visualization of historical weather records: requirements and usability of digital media in scientific expert-to-non-expert communication [o]
  2123. Max Spoor, Nico Heerink, & Futian Qu [ed] () Dragons with clay feet?: transition, sustainable land use, and rural environment in China and Vietnam [i]
  2124. () Finding narratives of time and space [i]
  2125. () Time is not fleeting: thoughts of a medieval Zen Buddhist [d]
  2126. () Modeling moving geospatial objects from an event-based perspective [d]
  2127. Arthur A. Stone [ed] () The science of real-time data capture: self-reports in health research [i]
  2128. () Time geography: a model for psychiatric life charting? [d]
  2129. () Quest for the basic plan of nervous system circuitry [d]
  2130. () High resolution population maps for low income nations: combining land cover and census in East Africa [d]
  2131. () Coherence, truth, and the development of scientific knowledge [d] [j]
  2132. () Non-representational theory: space, politics, affect [i]
  2133. () The problem of time's arrow historico-critically reexamined [d]
  2134. () Multi-agent simulations of spatial dynamics [i] [d]
  2135. () Maps narratives and trails: performativity, hodology and distributed knowledges in complex adaptive systems—an approach to emergent mapping [d]
  2136. Thomas T. Veblen, Kenneth R. Young, & Antony R. Orme [ed] () The physical geography of South America [i]
  2137. () Geopolitics of the satellite industry [d]
  2138. () Spatial ability: a neglected dimension in talent searches for intellectually precocious youth [d]
  2139. () Who is a modeler? [d]
  2140. () The meaning of dimensions [i] [d]
  2141. Allison Williams [ed] () Therapeutic landscapes [i]
  2142. () How can a knowledge of the past help to conserve the future?: biodiversity conservation and the relevance of long-term ecological studies [d]
  2143. () Interactive visual exploration of a large spatio-temporal dataset: reflections on a geovisualization mashup [d]
  2144. () The geographies of policing [d]
  2145. () Revisiting Hägerstrand's time-geographic framework for individual activities in the age of instant access [i] [d]
  2146. () Event perception: a mind–brain perspective [d]
  2147. () Else/where: mapping new cartographies of networks and territories [i]
  2148. () Storylines as a neglected cause of crime [d]
  2149. () Math made visual: creating images for understanding mathematics [i]
  2150. () The production of tyrannical space [d]
  2151. () Developmental pathways and intersections among domains of development [i] [d]
  2152. Gary Backhaus & John Murungi [ed] () Ecoscapes: geographical patternings of relations [i]
  2153. Davis Baird, Eric R. Scerri, & Lee C. McIntyre [ed] () Philosophy of chemistry: synthesis of a new discipline [i] [d]
  2154. () The dialogue of civilizations in the birth of modern science [i] [d]
  2155. William L. Balée & Clark L. Erickson [ed] () Time and complexity in historical ecology: studies in the neotropical lowlands [i]
  2156. () Using geographical information systems and spatial microsimulation for the analysis of health inequalities [d]
  2157. () Distortion of area in the global-scale cognitive map: a geographic perspective [i] [u]
  2158. () Mathematics and poetry [d]
  2159. () Environmental security: a geographic information system analysis approach: the case of Kenya [d]
  2160. () Sociocultural contexts for the early development of semiotic production [d]
  2161. () Why special relativity should not be a template for a fundamental reformulation of quantum mechanics [i] [d]
  2162. () Spatial segregation, segregation indices and the geographical perspective [d]
  2163. William Demopoulos & Itamar Pitowsky [ed] () Physical theory and its interpretation: essays in honor of Jeffrey Bub [i] [d]
  2164. () Urban forest acoustics [i]
  2165. () A GIS toolkit for exploring geographies of household activity/travel behavior [d]
  2166. () Virtual globes: the web-wide world [d]
  2167. () By northern lights: on the making of geography in Sweden [i]
  2168. () Rhythms of the brain [i]
  2169. () PGIS as a sustained (and sustainable?) practice: First Nation experiences in Treaty 8 BC, Canada [u]
  2170. () Mapping projects: identifying obstacles, finding solutions [u]
  2171. () Where the poor are: an atlas of poverty [i] [u]
  2172. () The quantum zoo: a tourist's guide to the neverending universe [i]
  2173. () Effect of historical changes in land use and climate on the water budget of an urbanizing watershed [d]
  2174. Nigel Clark, Doreen B. Massey, & Philip Sarre [ed] (/2008) Material geographies: a world in the making [i]
  2175. () Once upon Einstein [i]
  2176. () A new philosophy of society: assemblage theory and social complexity [i]
  2177. Dennis Geert Bernardus Johan Dieks [ed] () The ontology of spacetime I [i] [d]
  2178. () Understanding space-time: the philosophical development of physics from Newton to Einstein [i] [d]
  2179. () Mathematical structure, 'world structure', and the philosophical turning-point in modern physics [i] [d]
  2180. (/2011) The atlas of climate change [i]
  2181. () The visual language of spatial planning: exploring cartographic representations for spatial planning in Europe [i]
  2182. () Mapping whose reality?: geographic information systems (GIS) and 'wild science' [d]
  2183. () The 'past hypothesis': not even false [d]
  2184. () Moderate structural realism about space-time [d] [j]
  2185. () The eco-field hypothesis: toward a cognitive landscape [d]
  2186. () Broccoli and desire: global connections and Maya struggles in postwar Guatemala [i]
  2187. () Operationalizing Kant: manifolds, models, and mathematics in Helmholtz's theories of perception [i]
  2188. () On the process of coming into existence [d] [j]
  2189. () Sona geometry from Angola: mathematics of an African tradition [i]
  2190. () Scientific perspectivism [i]
  2191. () The strategy of model-based science [d]
  2192. (/2014) Map projections: cartographic information systems [i] [d]
  2193. () A comparison of animated maps with static small-multiple maps for visually identifying space-time clusters [d]
  2194. () BioGeomancer: automated georeferencing to map the world's biodiversity data [p] [d]
  2195. () The global socioeconomic energetic metabolism as a sustainability problem [d]
  2196. () Foreword to By northern lights [i]
  2197. () Timeliness and agglomeration [d]
  2198. () The Malaria Atlas Project: developing global maps of malaria risk [d]
  2199. () Policymaking for a good society: the social fabric matrix approach to policy analysis and program evaluation [i] [d]
  2200. () Spatial scales, stakeholders and the valuation of ecosystem services [d]
  2201. () Georeferencing: the geographic associations of information [i]
  2202. () Exploring inner experience: the descriptive experience sampling method [i] [d]
  2203. () On math, matter and mind [d]
  2204. () Concepts of simultaneity: from antiquity to Einstein and beyond [i]
  2205. () Capacity development and PGIS for land demarcation: innovations from Nicaragua [u]
  2206. () Clocking the mind: mental chronometry and individual differences [i]
  2207. () Producing a modern agricultural frontier: firms and cooperatives in Eastern Mato Grosso, Brazil [d]
  2208. () Holographic visions: a history of new science [i]
  2209. () The scripto-trauma genogram: an innovative technique for working with trauma survivors intrusive memories [d]
  2210. () The effect of verbal and visuo-spatial abilities on the development of knowledge of the Earth [d]
  2211. () Transport shaping space: differential collapse in time–space [d]
  2212. () Introducing biological rhythms: a primer on the temporal organization of life, with implications for health, society, reproduction and the natural environment [i] [d]
  2213. () Household routines—a time-space issue: a theoretical approach applied on the case of water and sanitation [d]
  2214. () Geovisualization and knowledge discovery for decision-making in ecological network planning [i] [u]
  2215. () Time geographic method: application to studying patterns of occupation in different contexts [d]
  2216. () Finding common ground in land use conflicts using PGIS: lessons from Ghana [u]
  2217. Eric F. Lambin & Helmut Geist [ed] () Land-use and land-cover change: local processes and global impacts [i]
  2218. () Statistical analysis of environmental space-time processes [i] [d]
  2219. () A participatory approach to monitoring slum conditions: an example from Ethiopia [u]
  2220. () Strategies of abstraction [d]
  2221. () The box: how the shipping container made the world smaller and the world economy bigger [i] [d] [j]
  2222. () Intracultural mapmaking by First Nations peoples in the Great Lakes region: a historical review [j]
  2223. () Culture and communication: can landscape visualization improve forest management consultation with indigenous communities? [d]
  2224. () Scalable WIM: effective exploration in large-scale astrophysical environments [d]
  2225. () Networks of agri-environmental action: temporality, spatiality and identity in agricultural environments [d]
  2226. () The cities book: a journey through the best cities in the world [i]
  2227. Cathryn A. Manduca & David W. Mogk [ed] () Earth and mind: how geologists think and learn about the earth [i]
  2228. () Ecological momentary assessment: what it is and why it is a method of the future in clinical psychopharmacology [p]
  2229. () Mapping the economic costs and benefits of conservation [p] [d]
  2230. () Learning to think spatially [i] [d] [u]
  2231. () Neuroscience of cognitive development: the role of experience and the developing brain [i]
  2232. () Development of spatial cognition [i] [d]
  2233. () The music of life: biology beyond the genome [i]
  2234. () Mapping the future of world population: projected gain and loss from 1995 to 2025 [o] [u]
  2235. (/2012) Simulating nature: a philosophical study of computer-simulation uncertainties and their role in climate science and policy advice [i]
  2236. () When it rains, does space get wet?: living the time–space–knowledge-vision [i]
  2237. () Avian flu case study with nSpace and GeoTime [i] [d]
  2238. () Practical ethics for PGIS practitioners, facilitators, technology intermediaries and researchers [u]
  2239. () Resource use, development planning, and safeguarding intangible cultural heritage: lessons from Fiji Islands [u]
  2240. () A temporal constraint theory to explain opportunity-based spatial offending patterns [d]
  2241. () Walking zero: discovering cosmic space and time along the Prime Meridian [i]
  2242. () Trade-offs across space, time, and ecosystem services [u]
  2243. () Transformations and projections in computer graphics [i] [d]
  2244. () Regional patterns in global resource extraction [d]
  2245. () Urban rhythms: modelling the rhythms of individual travel behaviour [d]
  2246. () Formalization matters: critical GIS and ontology research [d]
  2247. () On 'arriving on time', but what is 'on time'? [d]
  2248. () Geographies, spatial concepts and mediating imaginations: on justification of translation in ex-centric human geography [u]
  2249. () Parallel structures in multidimensional networks [d]
  2250. () Analysing the temporal organization of daily life: social constraints, practices and their allocation [d]
  2251. Gert Spaargaren, A. P. J. Mol, & Frederick H. Buttel [ed] () Governing environmental flows: global challenges to social theory [i]
  2252. () The temporal distribution of past and future autobiographical events across the lifespan [p] [d]
  2253. () Exceeding our grasp: science, history, and the problem of unconceived alternatives [i]
  2254. (/2018) Yearning for the impossible: the surprising truths of mathematics [i] [d]
  2255. () Shape: talking about seeing and doing [i]
  2256. () Putting the 'landscape' in landscape genetics [d]
  2257. () The fall of the word and the rise of the mental model: a reinterpretation of the recent research on spatial cognition and language [i]
  2258. () Spontaneous order, autocatakinetic closure, and the development of space-time [d]
  2259. () Human biogeography: evidence of our place in nature [d]
  2260. () The riverine ecosystem synthesis: biocomplexity in river networks across space and time [d]
  2261. () Mapping brain maturation [d]
  2262. () The Short Wave Aerostat-Mounted Imager (SWAMI): a novel platform for acquiring remotely sensed data from a tethered balloon [d]
  2263. () Metaphorical mediation of organizational change across space and time [d]
  2264. () Resilience thinking: sustaining ecosystems and people in a changing world [i]
  2265. Andreas Wimmer & Reinhart Kössler [ed] () Understanding change: models, methodologies, and metaphors [i] [d]
  2266. () Spatio-temporal GIS design for exploring interactions of human activities [d]
  2267. () The works: anatomy of a city [i]
  2268. (/2015) The orphan tsunami of 1700: Japanese clues to a parent earthquake in North America [i] [d] [u]
  2269. () Neoliberalizing nature?: market environmentalism in water supply in England and Wales [d]
  2270. () Simulating spatially explicit networks for dispersion of infectious diseases [i]
  2271. () Predicting ecological connectivity in urbanizing landscapes [d]
  2272. () The walking project: desire lines, walking and mapping across continents [u]
  2273. () Making connections and thinking through emotions: between geography and psychotherapy [d] [j]
  2274. () Troubling space, making space, doing space [d]
  2275. () Becoming-forest, becoming-local: transformations of a protected area in Honduras [d]
  2276. () Humans-with-media and the reorganization of mathematical thinking: information and communication technologies, modeling, visualization, and experimentation [i]
  2277. () Stratification: social division and inequality [i]
  2278. () Time perspective, health, and risk taking [i]
  2279. () Individual–collective dialectic of free-choice learning in a community-based mapping project [d]
  2280. () Children and mothers drawing together: encountering graphic conventions during social interactions [d]
  2281. () Process and the authentic life: toward a psychology of value [i]
  2282. () Path dependence and the validation of agent-based spatial models of land use [d]
  2283. () Physical relativity: space-time structure from a dynamical perspective [i]
  2284. () Answers in search of a question: 'proofs' of the tri-dimensionality of space [d]
  2285. () Social exclusion, mobility and access [d]
  2286. () Mapping indigenous lands [d]
  2287. () Physics of transport and traffic phenomena in biology: from molecular motors and cells to organisms [d]
  2288. Constance Classen [ed] () The book of touch [i]
  2289. () You know what land cover is but does anyone else?: an investigation into semantic and ontological confusion [d]
  2290. () Arguments for a plurified view of the social world: spacing and timing as hybrid achievements [d]
  2291. () 'Where has the future gone?': rethinking the role of integrated land-use models in spatial planning [d]
  2292. () White knights of spatial data infrastructure: the role and motivation of key individuals [o] [u]
  2293. (/2014) Spatial analysis: a guide for ecologists [i] [d]
  2294. () Worlds of flow: a history of hydrodynamics from the Bernoullis to Prandtl [i]
  2295. () Mountains from space: peaks and ranges of the seven continents [i]
  2296. () A life course perspective: understanding food choices in time, social location, and history [d]
  2297. () Spatio-temporal dynamics in California's Central Valley: empirical links to urban theory [d]
  2298. Jason Dykes, Alan M. MacEachren, & Menno-Jan Kraak [ed] () Exploring geovisualization [i]
  2299. () Applications of a cognitively informed framework for the design of interactive spatio-temporal representations [i] [d]
  2300. () USGS's The National Map helps calculate the value of natural systems [u]
  2301. Jan Faye, Paul Needham, Uwe Scheffler, & Max Urchs [ed] () Nature's principles [i] [d]
  2302. Peter F. Fisher & David J. Unwin [ed] () Re-presenting GIS [i]
  2303. () The changing demographic, legal, and technological contexts of political representation [p] [d]
  2304. Jefferson Fox, Krisnawati Suryanata, & Peter D. Hershock [ed] () Mapping communities: ethics, values, practice [i]
  2305. () Space-time in the study of time: an exercise in critical interdisciplinarity [d]
  2306. () Processes and events in dynamic geo-networks [i] [d]
  2307. () Interdisciplinary views of sub-optimal outcomes: path dependence in the social and management sciences [d]
  2308. () Revolutions in the times: clocks and the temporal structures of everyday life [i]
  2309. E. Bruce Goldstein, Glyn W. Humphreys, Margaret Shiffrar, & William A. Yost [ed] () Blackwell handbook of sensation and perception [i]
  2310. () Breaking the boundaries: geographical approaches to integrating 200 years of the census [d]
  2311. Yves Guermond [ed] (/2008) The modeling process in geography: from determinism to complexity [i] [d]
  2312. () Exploring the frontier of livelihoods research [d]
  2313. () Perspectives on the geographic stability and mobility of people in cities [p] [d]
  2314. Wendy Harcourt & Arturo Escobar [ed] () Women and the politics of place [i]
  2315. () Riding a wave: embodied skills and colonial history on the Amazon floodplain [d]
  2316. Martin Haspelmath & Hans-Jörg Bibiko [ed] () The world atlas of language structures [i]
  2317. () The ecology of power: culture, place, and personhood in the southern Amazon, A.D. 1000–2000 [i]
  2318. () Teaching E = mc2: mass without mass [d]
  2319. () Tracing thought through time and space: a selective review of bibliometrics in social work [d]
  2320. () Places of possibility: where mixed-race partners meet [d]
  2321. () Bonds of civility: aesthetic networks and the political origins of Japanese culture [i]
  2322. () Design and implementation of a space–time intelligence system for disease surveillance [d]
  2323. () Hilbert, Weyl, and the philosophy of mathematics [i] [d]
  2324. () A disappearing biome?: reconsidering land-cover change in the Brazilian savanna [d]
  2325. () Incorporating if...then... personality signatures in person perception: beyond the person–situation dichotomy [d]
  2326. () GeoTime information visualization [d]
  2327. () A visualization environment for the space-time-cube [i] [d]
  2328. () Talking space—a social & fuzzy logical GIS perspective on modelling spatial dynamics [i] [d]
  2329. () The net of life: reconstructing the microbial phylogenetic network [d]
  2330. () Facing uncertainty: temporality and biographies in the new century [d]
  2331. () New views on multivariable spatio-temporal data: the space time cube expanded [i]
  2332. () The geometry of time [i]
  2333. () Visualizing and discovering non-trivial patterns in large time series databases [d]
  2334. () The personal map: a lesson in similarities, differences, and the invisible [d]
  2335. () Science, text and space: thoughts on the geography of reading [d] [j]
  2336. David N. Livingstone & Charles W. J. Withers [ed] () Geography and revolution [i]
  2337. () Getting the big picture in community science: methods that capture context [d]
  2338. David J. Maguire, Michael Batty, & Michael F. Goodchild [ed] () GIS, spatial analysis, and modeling [i]
  2339. () 1491: new revelations of the Americas before Columbus [i]
  2340. () The visual core of science: definition and applications to education [d]
  2341. () Developmental trajectory modeling: a view from developmental psychopathology [d]
  2342. () Diagramming practice and performance [d]
  2343. () All over the map: new technology inspires projects that are redefining the artistic landscape [u]
  2344. () Simple relative space–time scaling of electrical and electromagnetic depth sounding arrays: implications for electrical static shift removal and joint DC-TEM data inversion with the most-squares criterion [d]
  2345. () It's about time: understanding Einstein's relativity [i] [d] [j]
  2346. () Geometry, pregeometry and beyond [d]
  2347. () Time use: expanding explanation in the social sciences [i]
  2348. () Necessary space–time conditions for human interaction [d]
  2349. () Linking general-purpose dynamic simulation models with GIS [i]
  2350. () Cartography: distortions, world-views and creative solutions [d]
  2351. () Ambient findability: what we find changes who we become [i]
  2352. () The new atlas of planet management [i]
  2353. () Empowering nature conservation in Japanese rural areas: a planning strategy integrating visual and biological landscape perspectives [d]
  2354. () The development of scientific knowledge of the Earth [d]
  2355. () Hägerstrand and the remaking of Sweden [d]
  2356. () Liminality, seasonality and landscape [d]
  2357. () The when of knowing [d]
  2358. Fred Petry, Vincent B. Robinson, & Maria A. Cobb [ed] () Fuzzy modeling with spatial information for geographic problems [i] [d]
  2359. () Migration up and down the urban hierarchy and across the life course [p] [d]
  2360. () Hägerstrand matters: life(-path) and death matters—some touching remarks [d]
  2361. () Unfreezing the future: exploring the dynamic of time in organizational change [d]
  2362. () The narrative aspect of scenario building: how story telling may give people a memory of the future [d]
  2363. (/2009) The travels of a T-shirt in the global economy: an economist examines the markets, power, and politics of world trade [i]
  2364. M. Andrea Rodríguez [ed] () GeoSpatial semantics: first international conference: proceedings [i] [d]
  2365. () Information and its role in nature [i] [d]
  2366. () Ecogeographic analysis of morphological and life-history variation in the Italian treefrog [d]
  2367. () Into the cool: energy flow, thermodynamics, and life [i]
  2368. () Portraits of life: patterns of events over the lifespan [d]
  2369. () The ecozones of the world: the ecological divisions of the geosphere [i]
  2370. () Timing of the brain events underlying access to consciousness during the attentional blink [d]
  2371. Priti Shah & Akira Miyake [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of visuospatial thinking [i] [d]
  2372. () A suite of methods for representing activity space in a healthcare accessibility study [d]
  2373. () Measuring similarity between geospatial lifelines in studies of environmental health [d]
  2374. () Spacetime, ontology, and structural realism [d]
  2375. () How the brain decides what we see [p] [d]
  2376. () The four pillars of geometry [i]
  2377. Alan Strathman & Jeff Joireman [ed] () Understanding behavior in the context of time: theory, research, and application [i]
  2378. () Contemporary architecture and the digital design process [i]
  2379. Xin-ming Tang [ed] () Proceedings of the International Symposium on Spatio-Temporal Modeling, Spatial Reasoning, Analysis, Data Mining and Data Fusion, August 27–29, 2005, Peking University, China [i]
  2380. () The geographic mosaic of coevolution [i]
  2381. () Torsten Hägerstrand and social theory [d]
  2382. () From born to made: technology, biology and space [i]
  2383. () E = mc2 for the chemist: when is mass conserved? [d]
  2384. () Comparative spatial analyses of forest conservation and change in Honduras and Guatemala [u]
  2385. () Patterns of walking for transport and exercise: a novel application of time use data [d]
  2386. () Functional significance of visuospatial representations [i] [d]
  2387. () Hinting at an experience of time in still photography [d]
  2388. () Patterns—a fundamental idea of mathematical thinking and learning [d]
  2389. () Truth and accountability in geographic and historical visualizations [d]
  2390. () 3D geovisualization and the structure of visual space [i] [d]
  2391. () The utility of geographic information systems (GIS) in rapid epidemiological assessments following weather-related disasters: methodological issues based on the Tropical Storm Allison experience [d]
  2392. () Material flows accounts: a tool for making environmental policy [i] [u]
  2393. () The complexities of everyday life: balancing practical and realistic approaches to modelling probable presence in space–time [i]
  2394. () Event-oriented approaches to geographic phenomena [d]
  2395. () The integration of case-based reasoning and GIS in a planning support system [i]
  2396. () Knowledge and civilization [i]
  2397. () Visualization and exploratory analysis of epidemiologic data using a novel space time information system [d]
  2398. () Discrete mapping of urban soundscapes [o]
  2399. Greg Bankoff, Georg Frerks, & Thea Hilhorst [ed] () Mapping vulnerability: disasters, development, and people [i] [d]
  2400. () Outer space [i]
  2401. () Geographic information systems: a tool to support geography and environmental education? [d]
  2402. (/2009) The atlas of water: mapping the world's most critical resource [i]
  2403. Sally Blount [ed] () Time in groups [i] [d]
  2404. () Groups, boundary spanning, and the temporal imagination [i] [d]
  2405. () Theories of space–time in modern physics [d] [j]
  2406. () Multi-agent systems, time geography, and microsimulations [i] [d]
  2407. () Deleuze and geophilosophy: a guide and glossary [i]
  2408. () Mapping the bonanza: geographies of mining investment in an era of neoliberal reform [d]
  2409. (/2006) On the ontology of events in demographies of organizations [u]
  2410. Stanley D. Brunn, Susan L. Cutter, & James W. Harrington [ed] () Geography and technology [i] [d]
  2411. Rita de Caluwe, Guy de Tré, & Gloria Bordogna [ed] () Spatio-temporal databases: flexible querying and reasoning [i] [d]
  2412. () Efficient insertion heuristics for vehicle routing and scheduling problems [d]
  2413. () Temporal constraints between cyclic geographic events [i] [u]
  2414. () Inventing temperature: measurement and scientific progress [i] [d]
  2415. () Mapping the American way: geographical knowledge and the development of the United States, 1890–1950 [o] [u]
  2416. () The role of status differentials in group synchronization [i] [d]
  2417. () Mathematics is biology's next microscope, only better; biology is mathematics' next physics, only better [p] [d]
  2418. () Indigenous land tenure: challenges and possibilities [u]
  2419. () Space-time orientations and contemporary political-military thought [d]
  2420. () Lifepaths: geography and biography [d]
  2421. () The GIS revolution in science and society [i] [d]
  2422. () Home as a pocket of local order: everyday activities and the friction of distance [d]
  2423. () Complexity in daily life: a 3D-visualization showing activity patterns in their contexts [u]
  2424. () Work together, live apart?: geographies of racial and ethnic segregation at home and at work [d]
  2425. Cynthia Fuchs Epstein & Arne L. Kalleberg [ed] () Fighting for time: shifting boundaries of work and social life [i]
  2426. () Interactive analysis of event data using space-time cube [i]
  2427. () Multi-scale integrated analysis of agroecosystems [i]
  2428. () North-south trade and the distribution of environmental goods and burdens: a biophysical perspective [d]
  2429. Bruno Glaser & William I. Woods [ed] () Amazonian dark earths: explorations in space and time [i]
  2430. Michael F. Goodchild & Donald G. Janelle [ed] () Spatially integrated social science [i]
  2431. () Reasoning about intervals in two dimensions [i] [d]
  2432. () Lifelines: a life history methodology [p]
  2433. () Aristotle, Copernicus, Bruno: centrality, the principle of movement and the extension of the Universe [d]
  2434. () The fabric of the cosmos: space, time, and the texture of reality [i]
  2435. () Inner space [i]
  2436. () SNAP and SPAN: towards dynamic spatial ontology [d]
  2437. () Spatial accessibility of primary care: concepts, methods and challenges [d]
  2438. Garik Gutman, Anthony C. Janetos, Christopher O. Justice, Emilio F. Moran, John F. Mustard, Ronald R. Rindfuss, David Skole, Billie Lee Turner, & Mark A. Cochrane [ed] () Land change science: observing, monitoring and understanding trajectories of change on the earth's surface [i]
  2439. () Progress towards sustainability?: what the conceptual framework of material and energy flow accounting (MEFA) can offer [d]
  2440. () The two vistas [d]
  2441. () Where do spacing and timing happen?: two movements in the loss of cosmological innocence [d]
  2442. () You are here: personal geographies and other maps of the imagination [i]
  2443. () A look at the history and future of animated maps [d]
  2444. () A field guide to sprawl [i]
  2445. () Energy flow diagrams for teaching physics concepts [d]
  2446. () Contagious social practice? [d]
  2447. () Extending ourselves: computational science, empiricism, and scientific method [i] [d]
  2448. () Culture on the ground: the world perceived through the feet [d]
  2449. () The camera and geographical inquiry [i] [d]
  2450. Donald G. Janelle, Barney Warf, & Kathy Hansen [ed] () WorldMinds: geographical perspectives on 100 problems: commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Association of American Geographers 1904–2004 [i]
  2451. () Space–time constructs for linking information and communication technologies with issues in sustainable transportation [d]
  2452. () The color-coded timeline trauma genogram [d]
  2453. (/2010) The mathematics of GIS [u]
  2454. () Gender, age and generations [u]
  2455. () The burgeoning field of statistical phylogeography [p] [d]
  2456. () Alternative visualization of large geospatial datasets [d]
  2457. () Geovisualization of human activity patterns using 3D GIS: a time-geographic approach [i] [u]
  2458. () GIS methods in time-geographic research: geocomputation and geovisualization of human activity patterns [d] [u]
  2459. (/2011) Space, time, and crime [i]
  2460. () Mapping antebellum Euro-American settlement spread in southern lower Michigan [d] [j]
  2461. () Mind time: the temporal factor in consciousness [i]
  2462. () Multiple pasts, converging presents, and alternative futures [d]
  2463. () Ecoregions and ecoregionalization: geographical and ecological perspectives [d]
  2464. (/2005) An invitation to 3-D vision: from images to geometric models [i]
  2465. (/2008) What should we do with our brain? [i] [j]
  2466. John A. Matthews & David T. Herbert [ed] () Unifying geography: common heritage, shared future [i] [d]
  2467. () Understanding weather: a visual approach [i]
  2468. () Modeling: a study in words and meanings [i]
  2469. () Examining large-scale time-use files through graphic representation [u]
  2470. () Tobler's first law and spatial analysis [d]
  2471. () Rhumb lines and map wars: a social history of the Mercator projection [i]
  2472. () Homología biogeográfica: las coordenadas espaciales de la vida [i]
  2473. () Flux, pulse, and spin: dynamic additions to the personality lexicon [d]
  2474. () Activity graphs of the microstructure of complex work [u]
  2475. Mats-Olov Olsson & Gunnar Sjöstedt [ed] () Systems approaches and their application: examples from Sweden [i] [d]
  2476. Matthew A. Parkes [ed] () Natural and cultural landscapes: the geological foundation [i]
  2477. () Analysis of distortions in a mental map using GPS and GIS [o] [u]
  2478. François Penz, Gregory Radick, & Robert Howell [ed] () Space: in science, art, and society [i]
  2479. () Perils of proximity: a spatiotemporal analysis of moral distress and moral ambiguity [d]
  2480. Jack Petranker [ed] () A new kind of knowledge: evocations, exhibitions, extensions, and excavations [i]
  2481. () A history of spaces: cartographic reason, mapping, and the geo-coded world [i]
  2482. Domenico M. Pisanelli [ed] () Ontologies in medicine [i]
  2483. Gary A. Polis, Mary E. Power, & Gary R. Huxel [ed] () Food webs at the landscape level [i]
  2484. () Spatio-temporal notions and organized environmental issues: an axiology of action [d]
  2485. () User-centred time geography for location-based services [d]
  2486. () Transport processes in nature: propagation of ecological influences through environmental space [i]
  2487. () Space, time and science: individuals, emergence and geographies of space and place [i] [d]
  2488. () Timescapes of community resilience and vulnerability in the circumpolar north [d] [j]
  2489. () Modelling the recent common ancestry of all living humans [d]
  2490. () Dimensions of apeiron: a topological phenomenology of space, time, and individuation [i]
  2491. () Don't have no time: daily rhythms and the organization of time for low-income families [d]
  2492. () Environmental and social determinants of human risk during a West Nile virus outbreak in the greater Chicago area, 2002 [d]
  2493. () A continental drift flipbook [d]
  2494. () Reconsidering geometries of development [d]
  2495. () Earth pulses in direct current [i] [d]
  2496. () Microscale flow visualization [d]
  2497. () Beyond concepts: ontology as reality representation [i] [u]
  2498. Charles Spence & Jon Driver [ed] () Crossmodal space and crossmodal attention [i]
  2499. () A four-dimensionalist mereotopology [i]
  2500. () Theory and migration: towards a framework of migration and human actions [d]
  2501. () Computers and geography: from automated geography to Digital Earth [i] [d]
  2502. () Habitat monitoring with sensor networks [d]
  2503. () Movement-space: the changing domain of thinking resulting from the development of new kinds of spatial awareness [d]
  2504. () Implications of biogeography of human populations for 'race' and medicine [d]
  2505. () Creativity in time and space [d]
  2506. () Narrative traditions of space, time, and trust in court: terra nullius, 'wandering', the Yorta Yorta native title claim, and the Hindmarsh Island bridge controversy [i]
  2507. () Layering natural resource and human resource data for planning watershed conservation strategies [d]
  2508. Achille C. Varzi & Laure Vieu [ed] () Formal ontology in information systems: proceedings of the third conference (FOIS-2004) [i]
  2509. () Applied spatial statistics for public health data [i]
  2510. () Population–environment interactions with an emphasis on land-use/land-cover dynamics and the role of technology [i] [d]
  2511. () Thinking like Einstein: returning to our visual roots with the emerging revolution in computer information visualization [i]
  2512. M. Norton Wise [ed] () Growing explanations: historical perspectives on recent science [i] [d]
  2513. () Globalization, regional development, and mega-city expansion in Latin America: analyzing Mexico City's peri-urban hinterland [d]
  2514. () The physics of living [i]
  2515. () Exploratory spatio-temporal visualization: an analytical review [d]
  2516. () The physical modelling of human social systems [d]
  2517. () Mapping as a cultural and cognitive universal [d]
  2518. () The power of scale: a global history approach [i] [d]
  2519. () Unlocking the cage door: the spatiality of counselling [d]
  2520. () Learning to draw recognizable graphic representations during mother–child interactions [d] [j]
  2521. (/2010) GIS, environmental modeling and engineering [i]
  2522. Rosolino Buccheri, Metod Saniga, & William Mark Stuckey [ed] () The nature of time: geometry, physics, and perception [i]
  2523. () Color realism and color science [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  2524. () Can we dissolve physical entities into mathematical structures? [d] [j]
  2525. () The global arrow of time as a geometrical property of the universe [d]
  2526. Nicholas J. Clifford, Shaun French, & Gill Valentine [ed] (/2010) Key methods in geography [i]
  2527. () Toward a global geography of the life course: challenges of late modernity for life course theory [i] [d]
  2528. Megan Dyson, Gerardus Johannus Jacobus Bergkamp, & John Scanlon [ed] () Flow: the essentials of environmental flows [i]
  2529. () The structure of time: language, meaning, and temporal cognition [i] [d]
  2530. () Adult cognitive development: dynamics in the developmental web [i]
  2531. () Scribbling on the blank sheet: Eddington's structuralist conception of objects [d]
  2532. () Einstein, Poincaré & modernity: a conversation [j]
  2533. () Einstein's clocks and Poincaré's maps: empires of time [i]
  2534. () Geographic information technologies and the history of a shoreline: the case of Chapter 91 in New Bedford, Massachusetts [d]
  2535. () Why time flows: the physics of past & future [j]
  2536. () The Smithsonian atlas of the Amazon [i]
  2537. () Supporting families over the life course: mapping temporality [d]
  2538. () Visualizing cosmological time [i]
  2539. () Representing uncertainty: does it help people make better decisions? [u]
  2540. () Shifting boundaries on a Wisconsin landscape: can GIS help historians tell a complicated story? [d]
  2541. () Structuring a wayfinder's dynamic space–time environment [i] [d]
  2542. () Sequencing, acoustic separation, and 3-D negotiation of complex barriers: Charlene Barshefsky and IP rights in China [d]
  2543. () Why chemical reactions happen [i]
  2544. Werner Kuhn, Michael Worboys, & Sabine Timpf [ed] () Spatial information theory: foundations of geographic information science: international conference, COSIT 2003, Ittingen, Switzerland, September 2003: proceedings [i] [d]
  2545. () Research, performance, and doing human geography: some reflections on the diary-photograph, diary-interview method [d]
  2546. () Shared beginnings, divergent lives: delinquent boys to age 70 [i]
  2547. () The drama of real life in a time-geographic disguise [u]
  2548. () Putting science in its place: geographies of scientific knowledge [i]
  2549. () Landscape genetics: combining landscape ecology and population genetics [d]
  2550. () Space and contentious politics [d]
  2551. () Maori time: notions of space, time and building form in the South Pacific [u]
  2552. () The sounds of social life: a psychometric analysis of students' daily social environments and natural conversations [d]
  2553. () Representation and spatial analysis in geographic information systems [d]
  2554. (/2008) The atlas of food: who eats what, where, and why [i]
  2555. () A time geography approach to the visualisation of sport [u]
  2556. Jeylan T. Mortimer & Michael J. Shanahan [ed] () Handbook of the life course [i] [d]
  2557. () New geographies of comic book production in North America: the new artisan, distancing, and the periodic social economy [d]
  2558. Jan Öhman & Kirsten Simonsen [ed] () Voices from the north: new trends in Nordic human geography [i]
  2559. (/2010) Geographic information analysis [i]
  2560. () Improving life cycle assessment by including spatial, dynamic and place-based modeling [i] [d]
  2561. () Past, present, future: biographical time structuring of disadvantaged young people [d]
  2562. () Beyond ground truth: GIS and the environmental knowledge of herders, professional foresters, and other traditional communities [d]
  2563. () Mega-events, time and modernity: on time structures in global society [d]
  2564. () Historical mapping is still under-valued and under-used [d]
  2565. () Toward an anthropology of graphing: semiotic and activity-theoretic perspectives [i]
  2566. Roel Rutten, Frans Boekema, & Elsa Kuijpers [ed] () Economic geography of higher education: knowledge, infrastructure and learning regions [i]
  2567. () Paleomap project [u]
  2568. () The world through maps: a history of cartography [i]
  2569. Michael Silver & Diana Balmori [ed] () Mapping in the age of digital media: the Yale symposium [i]
  2570. () Evaluating the usability of a tool for visualizing the uncertainty of the future global water balance [d]
  2571. () Mathematics and the theory of multiplicities: Badiou and Deleuze revisited [d]
  2572. (/2014) Computers, visualization, and history: how new technology will transform our understanding of the past [i] [d]
  2573. (/2012) Brain architecture: understanding the basic plan [i]
  2574. () Scenario visualisation for participatory landscape planning: a study from Denmark [d]
  2575. () Structures of mental spaces: how people think about space [d]
  2576. () In search of a pedagogy of conflict and dialogue for mathematics education [i]
  2577. () La trama (in)visible de la vida social: comunicación, sentido y realidad [i]
  2578. () Li: dynamic form in nature [i]
  2579. () Individual accessibility and distance from major employment centers: an examination using space-time measures [d]
  2580. () Informal livelihoods: women's biographies and reflections about everyday life: a time-geographic analysis in urban Columbia [i]
  2581. () What is time geography? [u]
  2582. () Indigenous knowledge in space and time [i] [d]
  2583. () A general framework for using aggregation in visual exploration of movement data [d]
  2584. () Mathematics elsewhere: an exploration of ideas across cultures [i]
  2585. (/2008) Tangled routes: women, work, and globalization on the tomato trail [i]
  2586. () Decomposing the mind-brain: a long-term pursuit [d]
  2587. () The human organization of time: temporal realities and experience [i]
  2588. John D. Bossler, James B. Campbell, Robert Brainerd McMaster, & Chris Rizos [ed] (/2010) Manual of geospatial science and technology [i]
  2589. Marie-Noëlle Bourguet, Christian Licoppe, & Heinz Otto Sibum [ed] () Instruments, travel, and science: itineraries of precision from the seventeenth to the twentieth century [i]
  2590. () The self-embodying mind: process, brain dynamics, and the conscious present [i]
  2591. () Principles of terrestrial ecosystem ecology [i]
  2592. () The impact on topographic mapping of developments in land and air survey: 1900–1939 [d]
  2593. () The historical role of photomechanical techniques in map production [d]
  2594. () Biophysics: an introduction [i]
  2595. (/2012) GIS and public health [i]
  2596. (/2004) Desert islands and other texts, 1953–1974 [i]
  2597. () Reconsidering Ernst Mach on space, time, and motion [i]
  2598. () Conventionalism and modern physics: a re-assessment [d] [j]
  2599. () SpiraClock: a continuous and non-intrusive display for upcoming events [i] [d]
  2600. () A psychology of orientation: time awareness across life stages and in dementia [i]
  2601. () The time geography project: using computer graphics to visualize problems in social science [i] [d]
  2602. Lyn D. English & Maria G. Bartolini Bussi [ed] (/2008) Handbook of international research in mathematics education [i]
  2603. () Portraits of the earth: a mathematician looks at maps [i]
  2604. (/2013) Groundwater science [i] [d]
  2605. () Community mapping handbook: a guide to making your own maps of communities & traditional lands [i]
  2606. () The landscape of history: how historians map the past [i]
  2607. Anthony C. Gatrell & Susan J. Elliott [ed] (/2015) Geographies of health: an introduction [i]
  2608. () Proximate causes and underlying driving forces of tropical deforestation [d]
  2609. () Beyond global vs. local: economic politics outside the binary frame [i]
  2610. H. Randal Gimblett [ed] () Integrating geographic information systems and agent-based modeling techniques for simulating social and ecological processes [i]
  2611. () World atlas of biodiversity: earth's living resources in the 21st century [i]
  2612. Lance H. Gunderson & C. S. Holling [ed] () Panarchy: understanding transformations in human and natural systems [i]
  2613. () Visualizing change: using cartographic animation to explore remotely-sensed data [d]
  2614. () Thinking geographically: space, theory, and contemporary human geography [i]
  2615. () Young children's naive thinking about the biological world [i]
  2616. () Gerrymandering and political cartels [d] [j] [u]
  2617. () Space-time adjustments to transportation, communication, and information technologies: social consequences and policy issues [u]
  2618. () COI stories: explanation and evidence in the history of science [d]
  2619. () Is GIS for women?: reflections on the critical discourse in the 1990s [d] [u]
  2620. () The mistaken dimensionality of CAD [d]
  2621. () A contagious living fluid: objectification and assemblage in the history of virology [d]
  2622. () Glass: a world history [i]
  2623. Lorenzo Magnani & Nancy J. Nersessian [ed] () Model-based reasoning: science, technology, values [i] [d]
  2624. () Time and timelessness: creativity in (and out of) the temporal dimension [d]
  2625. () Parables for the virtual: movement, affect, sensation [i] [d]
  2626. () Soundscape studies, experimental music, and time geography [i]
  2627. () Navigation was always a difficult art: general secretary's report to the International Necronautical Society on the interviews, discussions, screenings and performances conducted at the Office of Anti-Matter [i]
  2628. () Towards the automated map factory: early automation at the U.S. Geological Survey [d]
  2629. () Shadow times: the temporal and spatial frameworks and experiences of caring and working [d]
  2630. () Cognitive map-design research in the twentieth century: theoretical and empirical approaches [d]
  2631. () Spatio-temporal and object visualization in rugby union [u]
  2632. () An introduction to the study of human migration: an interdisciplinary perspective [i]
  2633. () The royal we [u]
  2634. () Mapping human history: discovering the past through our genes [i]
  2635. () It's about time: temporal structuring in organizations [d] [j]
  2636. Antony R. Orme [ed] () The physical geography of North America [i]
  2637. () Geobrowsing: creative thinking and knowledge discovery using geographic visualization [d]
  2638. () Representations of space and time [i]
  2639. () Contested presents: critical perspectives on 'real-time' management [i]
  2640. () Participatory 3-dimensional modelling: guiding principles and applications [i]
  2641. () View-invariant representation and recognition of actions [d]
  2642. () Visual technologies, cosmographies, and our sense of place in the universe [d]
  2643. () Being and becoming in the classroom [i]
  2644. () The human footprint and the last of the wild [d]
  2645. () A matter of degrees: what temperature reveals about the past and future of our species, planet, and universe [i]
  2646. () Applied longitudinal data analysis: modeling change and event occurrence [i]
  2647. () The earth's biosphere: evolution, dynamics, and change [i]
  2648. () The application of geographical information systems to important public health problems in Africa [d]
  2649. () The application of GIS technology to equitably distribute fieldworker workload in a large, rural South African health survey [d]
  2650. () Analysing space-time behaviour: new approaches to old problems [d]
  2651. () Learning to exercise timely action now: toward a theory and practice of timely action [u]
  2652. () Palms as rainforest resources: how evenly are they distributed in Peruvian Amazonia? [d]
  2653. () Thinking geometrically: re-visioning space for a multimodal world [i]
  2654. Richard Whipp, Barbara Adam, & Ida Sabelis [ed] () Making time: time and management in modern organizations [i]
  2655. () Charting time: timelines as temporal boundary objects [d] [j]
  2656. () Model conceptualization in group model building: a review of the literature exploring the tension between representing reality and negotiating a social order [i] [u]
  2657. () Nonverbal poetry: family life-space diagrams [d]
  2658. () The enchantment of modern life: attachments, crossings, and ethics [i]
  2659. () Geomorphic process-disturbance corridors: a variation on a principle of landscape ecology [d]
  2660. Anne Buttimer [ed] () Sustainable landscapes and lifeways: scale and appropriateness [i]
  2661. (/2016) Thermodynamic asymmetry in time [u]
  2662. () What's in an image? [i] [d]
  2663. () Sit still and pay attention? [d]
  2664. () The biology of time and death [d]
  2665. () Indigenous landscapes: a study in ethnocartography [o]
  2666. () An integrated representation of spatial and temporal relationships between evolving regions [d]
  2667. M. Catherine de Zegher & Mark Wigley [ed] () The activist drawing: retracing situationist architectures from Constant's New Babylon to beyond [i]
  2668. Charles L. Convis [ed] () Conservation geography: case studies in GIS, computer mapping, and activism [i]
  2669. () Public policy and population distribution: developing appropriate indicators of settlement patterns [d]
  2670. () Rhythms of the city: temporalized space and motion [i] [d]
  2671. () Norms of nature: naturalism and the nature of functions [i]
  2672. () The structural basis of protein folding and its links with human disease [d]
  2673. (/2011) Nature's building blocks: an A–Z guide to the elements [i]
  2674. () Multivariate statistical and GIS-based approach to identify heavy metal sources in soils [p] [d]
  2675. (/2019) The equivalence of mass and energy [u]
  2676. () Settled people don't move: on life course and (im-)mobility in Sweden [d]
  2677. () A geographer looks at spatial information theory [i] [d]
  2678. () Time-geography matters [i] [d]
  2679. () Roots and routes: exploring the relationship between place attachment and mobility [d]
  2680. () A look at the political geography of environmental management [i]
  2681. () Geography: a global synthesis [i]
  2682. (/2009) The elements of statistical learning: data mining, inference, and prediction [i] [d]
  2683. (