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  1. Science & the Research Process 5 items
  2. Sampling, Accuracy & Data Interpretation 4 items
    1. Sampling in Geography (Key methods in geography: Ch 17) - Stephen Rice

      Chapter 

    2. Visionlearning | Process of Science | Using Graphs and Visual Data in Science

      Webpage  Visual presentation supports interpretation - this is a great introductory resource.

  3. Social Surveys & Research Ethics 4 items
  4. Maps & Geographical Information Systems 7 items
    Background and general information on GIS and maps (supporting W8 lecture)
    1. The natures of maps: cartographic constructions of the natural world - Denis Wood, John Fels 2008

      Book 

    2. A history of the world in twelve maps - Jerry Brotton 2012

      Book 

  5. GIS application case studies 7 items
    From W8 lecture - optional reading if you want to understand more about how GIS is used to answer questions.
    1. Using GIS in Risk Analysis: A Case Study of Hazardous Waste Transport - Andrew A. Lovett, Julian P. Parfitt, Julii S. Brainard 10/1997

      Article 

  6. Scientific Questions & Experimental Design 1 item
  7. Digital Georeferencing 2 items
    1. Chapter 2 [in] Introductory geographic information systems - J.R Jensen, R.R Jensen

      Chapter 

  8. Virtual Globes and the GeoWeb 2 items
    1. Chapter 12 [in] Introductory geographic information systems - J.R Jensen, R.R Jensen

      Chapter 

  9. Writing Research Reports 4 items
    1. How to write better essays - Bryan Greetham 2013

      Book