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Adams, Annette L, Terri a Schmidt, Craig D Newgard, Carol S Federiuk, Michael Christie, Sean Scorvo, and Melissa DeFreest. 2007a. “Search Is a Time-critical Event: When Search and Rescue Missions May Become Futile.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 18 (2) (January): 95–101. link.

———. 2007b. “Search Is a Time-critical Event: When Search and Rescue Missions May Become Futile.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 18 (2) (January): 95–101. link.

Doherty, Paul, Qinghua Guo, and Otto Alvarez. 2012a. “Expert Versus Machine: A Comparison of Two Suitability Models for Emergency Helicopter Landing Areas in Yosemite National Park.” The Professional Geographer link.

———. 2012b. “Expert Versus Machine: A Comparison of Two Suitability Models for Emergency Helicopter Landing Areas in Yosemite National Park.” The Professional Geographer (July 2012) (July 18) link.

Doherty, Paul, Qinghua Guo, Yu Liu, John Wieczorek, and Jared Doke. 2011a. “Georeferencing Incidents from Locality Descriptions and Its Applications: a Case Study from Yosemite National Park Search and Rescue.” Transactions in GIS 15 (6) (December 22): 775–793. link.

———. 2011b. “Georeferencing Incidents from Locality Descriptions and Its Applications: a Case Study from Yosemite National Park Search and Rescue.” Transactions in GIS 15 (6) (December 22): link.

Forrester, Joseph D, and Christopher P Holstege. 2009. “Injury and Illness Encountered in Shenandoah National Park.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 20 (4) (January): 318–26. link.

Guo, Q., Y. Liu, and J. Wieczorek. 2008. “Georeferencing Locality Descriptions and Computing Associated Uncertainty Using a Probabilistic Approach.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 22 (10) (October): 1067–1090. link.

Heggie, Travis W, and Michael E Amundson. 2009. “Dead Men Walking: Search and Rescue in US National Parks.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine. link.

Heggie, Travis W, and Tracey M Heggie. 2009a. “Search and Rescue Trends Associated with Recreational Travel in US National Parks.” Journal of Travel Medicine 16 (1): 23–7. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19192124.

———. 2009b. “Search and Rescue Trends Associated with Recreational Travel in US National Parks.” Journal of Travel Medicine 16 (1): 23–7. link.

Hill, Andrew W, Robert Guralnick, Paul Flemons, Reed Beaman, John Wieczorek, Ajay Ranipeta, Vishwas Chavan, and David Remsen. 2009. “Location, Location, Location: Utilizing Pipelines and Services to More Effectively Georeference the World’s Biodiversity Data.” BMC Bioinformatics 10 Suppl 1 (January): S3. link.

Hung, Eric K, and David a Townes. 2007a. “Search and Rescue in Yosemite National Park: a 10-year Review.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 18 (2) (January): 111–6. link.

———. 2007b. “Search and Rescue in Yosemite National Park: a 10-year Review.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 18 (2) (January): 111–6. link.

Is, Information, Releasable To, and Foreign Nationals. “Search and Rescue Optimal Planning System ( SAROPS ).” Training 2.

Jobe, T.R., and P.S. White. 2009. “A New Cost-distance Model for Human Accessibility and an Evaluation of Accessibility Bias in Permanent Vegetation Plots in Great Smoky Mountains National Park , USA.” Journal of Vegetation Science: 1099–1109.

Miller, Harvey J., and Scott a. Bridwell. 2009. “A Field-Based Theory for Time Geography.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99 (1) (January 8): 49–75. link

Pingel, Thomas J. 2011. “Estimating an Empirical Hiking Function from GPS Data.” Sports Medicine: 1–3.

Pingel, Thomas J. 2010. “Modeling Slope as a Contributor to Route Selection in Mountainous Areas.” Cartography and Geographic Information Science 37 (2) (April 30): 137–148. link.

Tobler, Waldo. 1965a. “Non-Isotropic Geographic Modeling.” Information Systems.

———. 1965b. “Non-Isotropic Geographic Modeling.” Information Systems.

———. 1991a. “Non-Isotropic Geographic Modeling.” In Geographic Information Systems in the Social Sciences, ed. Waldo Tobler. Santa Barbara.

———. 1991b. “Non-Isotropic Geographic Modeling.” In Geographic Information Systems in the Social Sciences, ed. Waldo Tobler. Santa Barbara.

Wieczorek, John. Guide to Best Practices for Georeferencing.

Wieczorek, John, Qinghua Guo, and Robert Hijmans. 2004. “The Point-radius Method for Georeferencing Locality Descriptions and Calculating Associated Uncertainty.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18 (8) (December 1): 745–767. link

Wild, Finlay J. 2008. “Epidemiology of Mountain Search and Rescue Operations in Banff, Yoho, and Kootenay National Parks, 2003-06.” Wilderness & Environmental Medicine 19 (4) (January): 245–51. link

Winter, Stephan, and Zhang-Cai Yin. 2010. “Directed Movements in Probabilistic Time Geography.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 24 (9) (August 27): 1349–1365. link