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    Johnstone, D. and W. P. Cross. Elements of Applied Hydrology. New York: Ronald Press, 1949.
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    Kopec, R. J. “An Alternative Method for the Construction of Thiessen Polygons.” Professional Geographer, 15 (1963), 2426.
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    Mead, D. W. Hydrology: The Fundamental Basis of Hydraulic Engineering. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1950.
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    Shelton, B. W. “A Computer System for the Generation of Thiessen Polygon Descriptions.” Master's thesis, Oklahoma State University, 1971.
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    Snyder, D. E. “Urban Places in Uruguay and the Concept of a Hierarchy.” Festschrift: Clarence F. Jones. Northwestern University Studies in Geography, No. 6, 1962, pp. 2946.
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    Wisler, C. O. and E. F. Brater. Hydrology. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd. 1949.