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Albajar, C; Albrow, MG; Allkofer, OC; Andrieu, B; Ankoviak, K; Apsimon, R; Astbury, A; ... Marquina, MA; + view all (1989) Bose-Einstein correlations in pp interactions at √s=0.2 to 0.9 TeV. Physics Letters B , 226 (3-4) pp. 410-416. 10.1016/0370-2693(89)91221-5.


Batty, M; (1989) Changing the way we think about planning and design. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 16 pp. 119-126.

Batty, M; (1989) Cities as Information Networks. (Technical Report 15 , pp. 28- ). Wales and and South West Regional Research Laboratory, Cardiff

Batty, M; (1989) Desktop Planning: A Review Article. Town Planning Review , 60 pp. 461-464.

Batty, M; (1989) Experiment and Prediction in Urban Systems: Reassessing the Methods of Contemporary Research. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 16 pp. 367-370.

Batty, M; (1989) Geography and the New Geometry. Geography Review , 2 pp. 7-10.

Batty, M; (1989) Planning in the third world. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 16 pp. 1-6.

Batty, M; (1989) The link to education. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design , 16 pp. 251-252.

Batty, M; (1989) Cartographic Lines. In: Hauer, J and Timmermans, HJP and Wrigley, N, (eds.) Urban Dynamics and Spatial Choice Behaviour. (pp. 269-292). Kluwer Academic Pub

Batty, M; (1989) Urban Modelling and Planning. In: MacMillan, B, (ed.) Remodelling Geography. (pp. 147-169). Backwell

Batty, M; Fotheringham, AS; Longley, P; (1989) Diffusion -Limited Aggregation and the Fractal Nature of Urban Growth. Papers of the Regional Science Association , 67 pp. 55-69.

Batty, M; Longley, P; (1989) Fractal Measurement and Line Generalisation. Computers and Geosciences , 15 pp. 167-183.

Batty, M; Longley, P; (1989) On the Fractal Measurement of Geographical Boundaries. Geographical Analysis: an international journal of theoretical geography , 21 pp. 47-67.

Batty, M; Longley, P; Fotheringham, AS; (1989) Urban Growth and Form. Environment and Planning A: international journal of urban and regional research , 21 pp. 1447-1472.

Biddulph, P; Thompson, G; (1989) Improved modelling of independent parton hadronization. Computer Physics Communications , 54 (1) pp. 13-21. 10.1016/0010-4655(89)90028-3.

Birkin, M; Clarke, G; Clarke, M; Wilson, AG; (1989) Broadening the focus and extending the horizons: from GIS to EIS. In: (Proceedings) IBG Workshop on Applied Geographical Information Systems.

Birkin, M; Wilson, AG; (1989) Some properties of spatial-structural-economic-dynamic models. In: Hauer, J and Timmermans, HJ and Wrigley, N, (eds.) (Proceedings) Fourth European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography. (pp. pp. 175-201). Kluwer Academic Publishers

Brindley, T; Rydin, Y; Stoker, G; (1989) Remaking planning: the politics of urban change in the Thatcher years. Remaking planning: the politics of urban change in the Thatcher years


Clarke, M; Wilson, AG; (1989) Mathematical models in human geography: 20 years on. In: Thrift, N and Urry, J, (eds.) New models in geography. (pp. 30-40). Unwin Hyman: London.


Davila, JD; (1989) Work, wages and welfare in a developing metropolis: Consequences of growth in Bogota, Colombia: Rakesh Mohan Oxford University Press, New York, 1987, 403 pp. Cities , 6 (1) pp. 71-73.




Ekins, P; (1989) Internalising Costs - How Practicable? Town and County Planning , 58 (9)

Ekins, P; (1989) Trade and Self-Reliance. The Ecologist , 19 (5)


Fraser, M; (1989) Garden City influences in Colonial Ireland. In: (Proceedings) International Planning History Conference.


HILL, J; (1989) Walter Benjamin's Paris Capital of the Nineteenth Century. The Bartlett Review (2) pp. 15-19.

Hardoy, JE; Satterthwaite, D; (1989) Squatter citizen: life in the urban Third World.

Hebbert, M; (1989) Ch 1: Research Uses of Development Control Data. In: Development Control Data - A Research Guide. Economic and Social Research Council: London.

Hebbert, M; (1989) Development Control Data - A Research Guide. Economic and Social Research Council, Swindon.

Hebbert, M; (1989) Four Stages in European Regionalism. Geographica Polonica , 56 pp. 227-236.

Hebbert, M; (1989) ch 11: Britain in a Europe of Regions. In: Michael, H and Patricia, G, (eds.) British Regionalism 1900-2000.

Hebbert, M; (1989) Rural Land Use Planning in Japan". In: Paul, C, (ed.) Rural Land Use Planning in Developed Nations. (pp. 130-152). Unwin Hyman: London.

Hebbert, M; (1989) Regionalist Aspirations in Contemporary Europe. In: Theodor, V, (ed.) FŽdŽralisme, RŽgionalisme et Droit des Groupes Ethniques en Europe (Hommage ˆ Guy HŽraud. (pp. 500-510). BraumŸller: Vienna.

Hebbert, M; Garside, P; (1989) ch 1: British Regionalism 1900-2000. In: Michael, H and Patricia, G, (eds.) British Regionalism 1900-2000.

Hillier, B; (1989) The architecture of the urban object. Ekistics , 56 (334/33) pp. 5-21. Green open access

Hillier, B; Penn, A; Jones, L; (1989) Kings Cross Masterplan: review of the March ‘89 plan. Unit for Architectural Studies, UCL

Hillier, B; Penn, A; et, A; (1989) The Maiden Lane Estate: A Second Opinion. UAS

Hillier, B; Xu, J; Jones, L; Penn, A; Grajewski, T; (1989) Space use and abuse on the Stockwell Park estate: the implications for design. Unit for Architectural Studies, UCL: London.

Hillier, BG; T Xu, J; Penn, A; Jones, L; (1989) The Spatial Pattern of Crime on the Studley Estate. Unit for Architectural Studies, UCL: London.


MARMOT, A; (1989) From Still Life to Still More Life on the South Bank. The architectural Review , 185 (1107) pp. 4-10.


Rydin, Y; Myerson, G; (1989) Explaining and interpreting ideological effects: a rhetorical approach to green belts. Environment & Planning D: Society & Space , 7 (4) pp. 463-479.


Wilson, AG; (1989) Mathematical models and geographical theory. In: Gregory, D and Walford, R, (eds.) Horizons in human geography. (pp. 29-47). Macmillan: London.

Wilson, AG; (1989) Classics, modelling and critical theory: human geography as structured pluralism. In: Macmillan, W, (ed.) Remodelling geography. Basil Blackwell: Oxford.

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