Time for MappingCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Sybille Lammes (Editor)
  • Alex Gekker (Editor)
  • Sam Hind (Editor)
  • Clancy Wilmott (Editor)
  • Daniel Evans (Editor)

Standard

Time for Mapping : Cartographic temporalities. / Lammes, Sybille (Editor); Perkins, Christopher (Editor); Gekker, Alex (Editor); Hind, Sam (Editor); Wilmott, Clancy (Editor); Evans, Daniel (Editor).

Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018. 272 p.

Research output: Book/ReportAnthologypeer-review

Harvard

Lammes, S, Perkins, C, Gekker, A, Hind, S, Wilmott, C & Evans, D (eds) 2018, Time for Mapping: Cartographic temporalities. Manchester University Press, Manchester.

APA

Lammes, S., Perkins, C., Gekker, A., Hind, S., Wilmott, C., & Evans, D. (Eds.) (2018). Time for Mapping: Cartographic temporalities. Manchester University Press.

Vancouver

Lammes S, (ed.), Perkins C, (ed.), Gekker A, (ed.), Hind S, (ed.), Wilmott C, (ed.), Evans D, (ed.). Time for Mapping: Cartographic temporalities. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018. 272 p.

Author

Lammes, Sybille (Editor) ; Perkins, Christopher (Editor) ; Gekker, Alex (Editor) ; Hind, Sam (Editor) ; Wilmott, Clancy (Editor) ; Evans, Daniel (Editor). / Time for Mapping : Cartographic temporalities. Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018. 272 p.

Bibtex

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RIS

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