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Applying historical GIS beyond the academy: four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS

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Applying historical GIS beyond the academy : four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS. / Southall, Humphrey.

Toward spatial humanities: historical GIS and spatial history. ed. / Ian N. Gregory; Alistair Geddes. Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, 2014. p. 92-117 (The spatial humanities).

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Harvard

Southall, H 2014, Applying historical GIS beyond the academy: four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS. in IN Gregory & A Geddes (eds), Toward spatial humanities: historical GIS and spatial history. The spatial humanities, Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, pp. 92-117.

APA

Southall, H. (2014). Applying historical GIS beyond the academy: four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS. In I. N. Gregory, & A. Geddes (Eds.), Toward spatial humanities: historical GIS and spatial history (pp. 92-117). (The spatial humanities). Indiana University Press.

Vancouver

Southall H. Applying historical GIS beyond the academy: four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS. In Gregory IN, Geddes A, editors, Toward spatial humanities: historical GIS and spatial history. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 2014. p. 92-117. (The spatial humanities).

Author

Southall, Humphrey. / Applying historical GIS beyond the academy : four use cases for the Great Britain HGIS. Toward spatial humanities: historical GIS and spatial history. editor / Ian N. Gregory ; Alistair Geddes. Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, 2014. pp. 92-117 (The spatial humanities).

Bibtex

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