and Book Chapters
Books and Book Chapters
Clarke, K. C. and I. J. Irmischer (2016). “On scale in space, time and space-time”, in: Scale in Remote Sensing and GIScience Applications,, D.A. Quattrochi, E.A. Wentz, N. Lam, and C. Emerson eds. Boca Raton FL: CRC Press.
Clarke, K. C. (2015) Maps and Web Mapping , Upper Saddle, New Jersey. Pearson-Prentice Hall. eText
Clarle, K. C. (2014) Cellular automata and agent-based models. In M. M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp, eds. Handbook of regional science. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Chapter 62, 1217-1233.
Martellozzo, F. and Clarke, K. C. (2013) Urban Sprawl and the Quantification of Spatial Dispersion. Chapter 9, pp. 129-142 in Borruso, G, Bertazzon, S. Favretto, A., Murgante B. and Torre, C. M. Geographic Information Analysis for Sustainable Development and Economic Planning: New Technologies. IGI Global: Hershey, Pennsylvania.
Clarke, K. C. (2011) Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems. 5th edition. Pearson-Prentice Hall. Prentice Hall Series in Geographic Information Science.
Nie, Qinghua and Keith C. Clarke (2010) Environmental Statistics with MATLAB. Beijing: Higher Education Press.
Clarke, K.C. (2008) A Decade of Cellular Urban Modeling with SLEUTH: Unresolved Issues and Problems, Ch. 3 in Planning Support Systems for Cities and Regions (Ed. Brail, R. K., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge, MA, pp 47-60
Clarke, K.C. (2008) Mapping and Modelling Land Use Change: an Application of the SLEUTH Model, in Landscape Analysis and Visualisation: Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning, (Eds. Pettit, C., Cartwright, W., Bishop, I., Lowell, K., Pullar, D. and Duncan, D.), Springer, Berlin, pp 353-366
Clarke, K. C, Gazulis, N, Dietzel, C. K. and Goldstein, N. C. (2007) A decade of SLEUTHing: Lessons learned from applications of a cellular automaton land use change model. Chapter 16 in Fisher, P. (ed) Classics from IJGIS. Twenty Years of the International Journal of Geographical Information Systems and Science. Taylor and Francis, CRC. Boca Raton, FL. pp. 413-425.
K. C. Clarke (2005) "The limits of simplicity: Toward geocomputational honesty in urban modeling," in P. Atkinson, G. Foody, S. Darby, and F. Wu (Eds.), GeoDynamics, Boca Raton, CRC Press.
Buckley, A. R, Gahegan, M, and Keith Clarke "Geographic visualization." Chapter 11 in McMaster, R. B. and Usery, E. L. (2004) A Research Agenda for Geographic Information Science. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
Clarke, K. C. (2003) Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Parks, B. O., Clarke, K. C. and Crane, M. P (eds) (2003) Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Moldeing: Problems, Prospects, and Needs for Research. [CD-ROM, ISBN 0-9743307-0-1]. GIS/EM4 Conference; 2000 Sept 2-8; The Banff Centre, Banff (AB) Canada.
Goodchild, M. F. and Clarke, K. C. (2002) "Data Quality in Massive Data Sets", Chapter 18 in J. Abello et al. (eds) Handbook of Massive Data Sets, Amsterdam, Kluwer Academic. pp. 643-659.
Keith C. Clarke, Bradley O. Parks, Michael P. Crane (Eds), (2002) Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Clarke, K. C. (2002) Criteria and measures for the Comparison of Global Geocoding Systems.
in Goodchild, M. F. and A. J. Kimerling, Eds. Discrete Global grids. A Web Book. http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/globalgrids-book/
Clarke, K. C. (2001) Getting Started With Geographic Information Systems, Third Edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Shortridge, A. M. and Clarke, K. C. (1999) "On some limitations of square raster cell structures for digital elevation modeling" Chapter 41 in Lowell, K. and Jaton, A. (1999) Spatial Accuracy Assessment: Land Information Uncertainty in Natural Resources. Ann Arbor: Sleeping Bear Press. pp. 341-347.
Clarke, K. C. (1999) "Visualizing Different Geofutures" Chapter 7 in Longley, p. Brooks, S., Macmillan, B. and McDonnell, (1999) Geocomputation: A Primer, London: J. Wiley. pp. 119-137.
Clarke, K. C. (1999) "Visual Reasoning: the Link Between User Interfaces and Visualization for Geographic Information Systems", Chapter 39 in Craglia, M. et al. (1999) Geographic Information Research: Transatlantic Perspectives, London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 535-548.
Clarke, K. C. (1999) Getting Started With Geographic Information Systems, Second Edition, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Clarke, K. C. (1997) Getting Started With Geographic Information Systems, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ.
Xia, Zong-guo and Clarke, K. C. (1996) "Approaches to Scaling of Spatial Data in the Geosciences", Chapter 3 in Quattrochi, D. A. and Goodchild, M. (eds.) Scaling of Remote Sensing Data For GIS, (forthcoming).
Clarke, K. C. and Olsen, G. (1996) "Refining a Cellular Automaton Model of Wildfire Propagation and Extinction." in Goodchild, M. F., Steyaert, L. T. and Parks, B. O. GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues. GIS World Books, Fort Collins, CO. Ch. 61, pp. 333-338.
Tsoar, H., Goldsmith, V. Schoenhaus, S., Clarke, K, and Karnieli, A. (1995) "Reversed Desertification on Sand Dunes Along the Sinai/Negev Border", Chapter 12 in Tchakerian, V. P. (ed) Desert Aeolian Processes, Chapman and Hall, London.
Clarke, K. C. (1995) Analytical and Computer Cartography, Second Edition, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Clarke, K. C. (1993) "One Thousand Mount Everests?" in Lam, N. and DeCola, L. (Eds.) Fractals In Geography, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice Hall. Chapter 13, pp. 265-281.
Klinkenberg, B. and Clarke, K. C. (1992) "Exploring the Fractal Mountains" Chapter 10 in Palaz, I. and S. K. Sengupta (eds.) Automated Pattern Analysis in Petroleum Exploration, Springer-Verlag, New York., pp. 201-212
Clarke, K. C. (1990) Analytical and Computer Cartography, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.
Clarke, K. C. and D. R. Deskins Jr. (1979) Urban population redistribution in Gosling, L. A. P. and L. Y. C. Lim (eds.) Population Redistribution: Patterns, Policies and Prospects, Policy Development Studies Number 2, United Nations Fund for Population Activities, New York.