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Karssenberg, D., and K. {De Jong}. "Dynamic environmental modelling in GIS: 2. Modelling error propagation}." International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19 (2005): 623-637.
Katzil, Y., and Y. Doztsher. "Height Estimation for Filling Gaps in Gridded DTM}." Journal of Surveying Engineering 126 (2000): 145-162.
Keith, F., and J.  F. Kreider. Principles of Solar Engineering. Washington, D.C.: Hemisphere Publishing Corporation, 1978.
Kersebaum, K. - C., K. Lorenz, H.  I. Reuter, O. Wendroth, A. Giebel, and J. Schwarz. "Site specific nitrogen fertilisation recommendations based on simulation." In Precision Agriculture. Proc. 4th European Conference on Precision Agriculture, Berlin, edited by J. Stafford and A. Werner, 309-314. Wageningen: Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2003.
Kersebaum, K. - C., and A.  J. Beblik. "Performance of a nitrogen dynamics model applied to evaluate agricultural management practices." In Modeling carbon and nitrogen dynamics for soil management, edited by M. Shaffer, L. Ma and S. Hansen, 551-571. Boca Raton, USA: CRC Press, 2001.
Kersebaum, K. - C., H.  I. Reuter, K. Lorenz, and O. Wendroth. "Modelling crop growth and nitrogen dynamics for advisory purposes regarding spatial variability." In Agricultural system models in field research and technology transfer, edited by L. J. Ahuja, L. Ma and T.  A. Howell. Vol. 229-252. Boca Raton, USA: Lewis Publishers, 2002.
Kersebaum, K. - C., K. Lorenz, H.  I. Reuter, O. Wendroth, L.  R. Ahuja, L. Ma, and T.  A. Howell. "Modelling Crop Growth and Nitrogen Dynamics for Advisory Purposes Regarding Spatial Variability." In Agricultural system models in field research and technology transfer, 230-251. Boca Raton: CEC Press LLC, 2002.
King, C.  A.  M.. "Trend surface analysis of Central Pennine erosion surfaces." Transactions Institute of British Geographers 47 (1969): 47-59.