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    Access to food in Columbia, Missouri [1]
    An actor-network analysis of the Arizona Trail [1]
    Annual evidence of moisture limitations at treeline in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains [1]
    Application of hyperspectral remote sensing in detecting and mapping Sericea lespedeza in Missouri [1]
    Assessing border permeability : a geospatial analysis of insurgent mobility [1]
    Assessing grassland distributions and spatio-temporal variations in the U.S. Great Plains with MODIS imagery [1]
    Assessing the quantitative and qualitative differences between 3D point clouds produced from lidar and structure from motion [1]
    Assessing the resolution effects of digital elevation models on automated floodplain delineation : a case study from the Camp Creek Watershed in Missouri [1]
    Assessment of the variability of spatial interpolation methods using elevation and drill hole data over the Magmont mine area, south-east Missouri [1]
    Bastions of turf : frisians, terpen and the re-adoption of a "working" landscape [1]
    Bike Share: A Study In Suitability Analysis [1]
    Biomass assessment in the U.S. midwest using MODIS time-series [1]
    Biomineralizers from the proterozoic to today : assessing taxonomy and paleoecology through the lens of taphonomy [1]
    Castles in America : their diffusion in the northeastern United States during the Romantic Era (1870-1930) [1]
    Changes at treeline within the San Juan Mountains of Colorado [1]
    Classification of rock glaciers in southern Colorado based on ice content using radar interferometry and thermal remote sensing [1]
    Climate and regeneration at upper treeline east and west of the continental divide in the northern and southern Rocky Mountains : do landscape- and localscale moisture gradients impact the biogeographic expression of climate change? [1]
    Community eclipse and Shanghai's lilong [1]
    A comparison of forest change detection methods and implications for forest management [1]
    Covering the bases : variations in the arguments to justify publicly-funded baseball stadiums [1]