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Book Chapter
Mark, D.  M., and B. Smith. "A science of topography: From qualitative ontology to digital representations." In Geographic Information Science and Mountain Geomorphology, edited by M.  P. Bishop and J.  F. Shroder, 75-97. Chichester, England: Springer-Praxis, 2004.
Conference Paper
Peucker, T.  K., R.  J. Fowler, J.  J. Little, and D.  M. Mark. "The triangulatd irregular network." In Proceedings of the {ASP} Digital Terrain Models ({DTM}) Symposium, 516-540. Falls Church Virginia: American Society of Photogrammetry, 1978.
Journal Article
Smith, B., and D.  M. Mark. "Do mountains exist? Towards an ontology of landforms." Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30 (2006): 411-427.
{O'Neill}, M.  P., and D.  M. Mark. "On the frequency distribution of land slope." Earth Surface Processes & Landforms 12 (1987): 127-136.
O'Callaghan, J.  F., and D.  M. Mark. "The extraction of drainage networks from digital elevation data." Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing 28 (1984): 323-344.
Mark, D.  M.. "Topology of ridge patterns: randomness and constraints." Geological Society of America Bulletin Part I 90 (1979): 164-172.