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Wiken, E.  B.. "Rationale and methods of ecological land surveys: an overview of Canadian approaches." In Land/wildlife integration. Ecological Land Calssification Series no. 11, edited by D.  G. Taylor, 160. Ottawa, Canada: Lands Directorate Environment Canada, 1979.
Willgoose, G., G. Hancock, and G. Kuczera. "A framework for the quantitative testing of landform evolution models." In Prediction in Geomorphology, Geophysical Monograph 135, edited by P.  R. Wilcock and R.  M. Iverson, 195-216. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 2003.
Wilson, J.  P., and J.  C. Gallant. "Secondary Topographic Attributes." In Terrain Analysis: Principles and Applications, edited by J.  P. Wilson and J.  C. Gallant, 87-131. Wiley, 2000.
Wischmeier, W.  H., and D.  D. Smith. Predicting Rainfall Erosion Losses. Agriculture Handbook 537. United States Department of Agriculture. Science and Education Administration, 1978.
Wischmeier, W.  H., and D.  D. Smith. "Rainfall energy and its relationship to soil loss." Transactions American Geophysical Union 39 (1958): 285-291.
Wise, S.. "Geomorphometry and DEM Error." In Geomorphometry 2011, edited by T. Hengl, I.  S. Evans, J.  P. Wilson and M. Gould, 41-44. Redlands, CA, 2011. Abstract  Download: Wise2011geomorphometry.pdf (54.81 KB)
Wood, W.  F.. "Statistical terrain analysis." Reprographics 4 (1966): 8-10,12,39.
Wood, W.  F., and J.  B. Snell. The dispersion of geomorphic data around measures of central tendency and its application.. Research Study Report EA-8. Natick, MA: U.S.\@ Army Quartermaster Research and Development Center, 1957.
Wood, J., and P.  F. Fisher. "Assessing interpolation accuracy in elevation models." IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 13 (1993): 48-56.
Wood, W.  F., and J.  B. Snell. A quantitative system for classifying landforms. Technical Report EP-124. Natick, MA: U.S. Army Quartermaster Research and Engineering Center, 1960.