The Earth by
descending powers of 2
Press Clippings
Notes:

From Ernestos Kostas, Entomology, Agriculture
Western Australia, Plant Research and Development Services, A225, 3 BaronHay
Court, South Perth, WA, notes that their bee pests and diseases page at
http://www.agric.wa.gov.au:7000/ento/bee.htm carried a link to a map in
Solstice.

NASA News Excerpt, National Aeronautics and
Space Administration and Goddard Space Flight Center, February 28, 2000
Press Release about work of Jeffrey Nystuen (see article in Solstice Volume
X below)GSFC Press Release 0024.
Or, click here
to see a copy of the page to which that site was linked, for the first
two weeks of March, 2000.
Archived:

Science,
AAAS, 29 November, 1991. Article about Solstice.

Science
News, 25 January, 1992. Article about Solstice.

Newsletter, Association of American
Geographers, 1992

American Mathematical Monthly, September
1992, in Telegraphic Reviews section notes Solstice as "one of the world's
first electronic journals using TeX."

Harvard Technology Window, 1993.

Graduating Engineering Magazine, 1993.

Papers in Regional Science: The
Journal of the Regional Science Association. Vol. 72, No. 4, Oct.
1993. Gunther Maier and Andreas Wildberger, Wide Area Computer Networks
and Scholarly Communication in Regional Science. "Only one journal
in this directory can be considered to be related to Regional Science,
Solstice: An Electronic Journal of Geography and Mathematics."

Earth Surface Processes and Landforms,
18(9), 1993, p. 874.

On Internet, 1994.

Professional Geographer, Association
of American Geographers.

Urban Specialty Group Newsletter, Association
of American Geographers.

Zentralblatt fur Mathematik, SpringerVerlag,
Berlin.

Mathematics Magazine

Journal of the American Statistical Association
Citations to reviews
of individual monographs (by number in monograph series):

IMaGe Monograph
1, "Telegraphic Review," The American Mathematical Monthly, December,
1989.

IMaGe Monograph 2, Sylvia
L. Thrupp, Alice Freeman Palmer Professor of History, Emeritus, The University
of Michigan.

IMaGe Monograph 3,
Essays on Mathematical Geography, Mathematical Reviews
, 1990. Review by Dwight Read, Professor of Anthropology, UCLA.

IMaGe Monograph 3,
Essays on Mathematical Geography, "Telegraphic Review," The American
Mathematical Monthly, May/June, 1989, Review by Lynn Arthur Steen.

IMaGe Monograph 5, Essays
on Mathematical GeographyII, Mathematical Reviews , 1990. Review
by Dwight Read, Professor of Anthropology, UCLA.

IMaGe Monograph 5,
Essays on Mathematical GeographyII "Telegraphic Review, "
The American Mathematical Monthly, May/June, 1989. Review
by Lynn Arthur Steen.

IMaGe Monograph 6, The
American Mathematical Monthly March, 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 6, Mathematical
Reviews , Issue 90j. 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 7, The
American Mathematical Monthly, April, 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 8, The
American Mathematical Monthly, January, 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 8, Mathematics
Magazine , 1989.

IMaGe Monograph 8, Newsletter
of the Urban Geography Specialty Group of the AAG. 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 8, Zentralblatt
fur Mathematik , 1990.

IMaGe Monograph 9,
"Telegraphic Review," The American Mathematical Monthly, December,
1989.

IMaGe Monograph 9,
An Atlas of Steiner Networks in Mathematical Reviews
by Michael B. Richey, January, 1991.

IMaGe Monograph 11,
"Telegraphic Review," The American Mathematical Monthly, December,
1990.

IMaGe Monograph 12,
The Journal of Regional Science, 1993.

IMaGe Monograph 12,
The Journal of Classification, 1993.

IMaGe Discussion Papers
(new series) 1, Professional Geographer , 1990.

IMaGe Discussion Papers
(new series) 1, The American Mathematical Monthly, 1990.
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