UNB Libraries' Guide to Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering
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To browse the shelves for books in Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering, try the following ranges:
|HD 101-1395.5||Land use. Land tenure|
|TA 501-625||Surveying Engineering|
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Citing Your Sources
Accurate, properly formatted footnotes, reading lists, and bibliographies are hallmarks of good academic research. Through citing, you acknowledge the source of any ideas you mention in your writing, document your research, and provide the information your readers need to track down your sources.
Consult your course syllabus or check with your instructor to be sure of using the correct citation style for your assignment.
(ENGRESERVE BF76.7 .P83 2010b)
(ENG-STACKS T11 .B55 2004)
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