Computers & Geosciences, 2006, V 32, N 9, November.

Estimating coordinates of a 
2D-point from multiple observations • 
Wenbao Liu and Wanhong Yang
Pages 1235-1246 

Numerical modeling of ground-penetrating
radar in 2-D using MATLAB • 
James Irving and Rosemary Knight
Pages 1247-1258 

Coral Point Count with Excel extensions 
(CPCe): A Visual Basic program for the
determination of coral and substrate 
coverage using random point count 
methodology • 
Kevin E. Kohler and Shaun M. Gill
Pages 1259-1269 

Enhanced NURBS modeling and visualization
for large 3D geoengineering applications:
An example from the Jinping first-level 
hydropower engineering project, China • 
Deng-Hua Zhong, Ming-Chao Li, 
Ling-Guang Song and Gang Wang
Pages 1270-1282 

Finding the right pixel size • 
Tomislav Hengl
Pages 1283-1298 

A combined approach for estimating 
vegetation cover in urban/suburban 
environments from remotely sensed data • 
Chen Yunhao, Shi Peijun, Li Xiaobing, 
Chen Jin and Li Jing
Pages 1299-1309 

Reconstructing domain boundaries 
within a given set of points, 
using Delaunay triangulation • 
Ivana Kolingerova and Borut Zalik
Pages 1310-1319 

Estimating the spatial scales of 
regionalized variables by nested 
sampling, hierarchical analysis 
of variance and residual maximum 
likelihood • 
R. Webster, S.J. Welham, 
J.M. Potts and M.A. Oliver
Pages 1320-1333 

Combining spectral signals and 
spatial patterns using multiple 
Hough transforms: An application 
for detection of natural 
gas seepages • 
H.M.A. van der Werff, W.H. Bakker, 
F.D. van der Meer and W. Siderius
Pages 1334-1343 

Protofit: A program for determining 
surface protonation constants 
from titration data • 
Benjamin F. Turner and Jeremy B. Fein
Pages 1344-1356 

Determining the saliency of feature 
measurements obtained from images 
of sedimentary organic matter 
for use in its classification • 
Andrew F. Weller, Anthony J. Harris, 
J. Andrew Ware and Paul S. Jarvis
Pages 1357-1367 

The problem of missing data in 
geoscience databases • 
Stephen Henley
Pages 1368-1377 

A conditioned Latin hypercube 
method for sampling in the 
presence of ancillary information • 
Budiman Minasny and Alex B. McBratney
Pages 1378-1388 

A generic database and spatial 
interface for the application 
of hydrological and water resource models • 
D.A. Hughes and D.A. Forsyth
Pages 1389-1402 

A generalized web service model for 
geophysical data processing and modeling • 
Igor Morozov, Brian Reilkoff and Glenn Chubak
Pages 1403-1410 

CR1Dmod: A Matlab program to model 
1D complex resistivity effects in 
electrical and electromagnetic surveys • 
Thomas Ingeman-Nielsen and 
Francois Baumgartner
Pages 1411-1419 

Analyzing rock magnetic measurements: 
The RockMagAnalyzer 1.0 software • 
R. Leonhardt
Pages 1420-1431 

Quasi-conformal mapping with genetic 
algorithms applied to coordinate 
transformations • 
F.J. Gonzalez-Matesanz and J.A. Malpica
Pages 1432-1441 

An icosahedron-based method for even 
binning of globally distributed 
remote sensing data • 
N.A. Teanby
Pages 1442-1450 

Calculating the effect of natural 
attenuation during bank filtration • 
Ekkehard Holzbecher
Pages 1451-1460 

Mathematical modeling of talus development • 
Hiroyuki Obanawa and Yukinori Matsukura
Pages 1461-1478 

CONCH: A Visual Basic program for 
interactive processing of 
ion-microprobe analytical data • 
Pages 1479-1498 
David R. Nelson

EMOD2D—a program in C++ for finite 
difference modelling of magnetotelluric 
TM mode responses over 2D earth • 
K. Prabhakar Rao and G. Ashok Babu
Pages 1499-1511 

Incorporating nonlinear rules in a 
web-based interactive landform 
simulation model (WILSIM) • 
Wei Luo, Edit Peronja, Kirk Duffin 
and Jay A. Stravers
Pages 1512-1518 

A FORTRAN program to introduce 
field-measured sedimentary logs 
into reservoir modelling packages • 
O. Falivene, P. Arbues, J. Howell, 
O. Fernandez, P. Cabello, 
J.A. Munoz and L. Cabrera
Pages 1519-1522 

GEOISO—A Windows™ program to calculate 
and plot mass balances and volume 
changes occurring in a wide variety 
of geologic processes • 
Joao Coelho
Pages 1523-1528 

Rubin H. Landau (Ed.), A first 
course in scientific computing: 
symbolic, graphic, and numeric 
modeling using Maple, Java, 
Mathematica, and Fortran 90, 
Princeton University Press, 
Princeton and Oxford, 
ISBN 0-691-12183-4, 2005 
(481pp. +CD-ROM, • 
Frits Agterberg
Pages 1529-1531 

G. Bardossy and J. Fodor, 
Evaluation of Uncertainties and 
Risks in Geology, Springer, 
Berlin (2004) ISBN 3-540-206221 
Marek Kacewicz
Pages 1532-1534