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  • of the differences of plant physiology and environment conditions, temperature sensitivity of soil respiration (Q10) varied among vegetation types. The seasonal variation of Q10 was primarily driven by soil temperature while soil moisture had little influence
  • on the dynamic for each site based on annual scales. However, due to the complicated relation between soil properties and SR, Q10 value derived from diurnal and seasonal patterns of SR should be used with extreme caution when estimating carbon balance
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  • , and they fulfil varied functions. Given the ever more varied and increasingly user-defined mapping environment in neoliberal economies, it is important to understand generic map-types and their use of visual rhetoric in order to persuade a public of certain
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  • Designing robust coverage systems : a maximal covering model with geographically varying failure probabilities
  • This article proposes a covering model that maximizes the expected coverage of demand by considering the possibility of facility failures in Dublin, Ohio. The proposed model can account for spatially varying failure probabilities and describes
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  • Focusing on the spatial non-stationarity of landslide predisposing factors in northern Iceland : Do paraglacial factors vary over space?
  • debuttressing, both captured in this area by latitude) and landslide locations is detectable. They performed 2 logistic regression models, one global (GLR) and the other enabling the regression parameters to vary locally (geographically weighted logistic
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  • -government compiled by the United Nations: the e-government readiness and e-participation scores, to provide an overview of how e-government implementation varies among the region’s countries. The fourth part offers a series of vignettes that highlight how e
  • -government varies among countries, including the most and least successful examples. It concludes by emphasizing that there is no standard model that can be used to understand the phenomenon; rather e-government must be understood contextually
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  • This article examines the utility of four predictive models to understand how the functional role of whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis), a keystone species, in the Rocky Mountains varies spatially with biophysical conditions. Results show
  • that for the combined model, growing season temperature and slope curvature were the most important predictive variables for association and relative position, as revealed by overall agreement among the four models. Prediction accuracy and variable importance varied
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  • This paper aims to evaluate how varying degrees of land-use/cover (LULC) changes across sub-catchments affect a flood peak at the catchment outlet. The study site was the Konar catchment, a part of the upper Damodar Basin in eastern India. A HEC-HMS
  • model was set up to simulate rainfall–runoff processes for two LULC scenarios three decades apart. The varying timing of flow convergence at different stream orders due to localised LULC changes makes it difficult to upscale the conventional land-use
  • 2014
  • Analyse des profils verticaux de l'humidité atmosphérique et de la température, de 0 à 10 km d'altitude. Le rythme diurne varie notablement d'une saison à l'autre, ainsi que d'une sous-couche à l'autre au sein de la couche limite atmosphérique. La
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  • hierarchy as a result of different levels of affluence, density, and accessibility to goods and service, all of which vary spatially. The results show that the strong sociospatial stratification of Estonian residents, symptomatic of a transitional society
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  • This paper empirically examines how the shapes of plant productivity distributions vary across regions based on Japan's manufacturing census. It focuses on the skewness to examine the asymmetry by estimating the gamma distribution at the plant level
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  • This study examines the process of housing redevelopment that occurred in all inner-ring suburbs of Chicago, USA, located in Cook County, between 2000 and 2010 and 2010 and how the physical manifestation of redevelopment varied across different
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  • to overall household food and incomes appeared to be modest, for the majority of farming households such benefits were nonetheless greatly valued and bore varied and important meanings for men and women. The paper also examines the implications of recent
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  • empirical conclusions: First, the distribution of employment predicts and explains the level of connectivity; second, specialization does not predict connectivity; and, closer examination shows that these results vary by sector, which might relate
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  • economic sectors in the Lower St-Lawrence region (Quebec, Canada). It finds that the distribution of the local indicator varies significantly with distance, which suggests that the effects of specialization or diversity are not constant over space. Treating
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  • The purpose of this article is to provide an overview and evaluation of spatial clustering techniques, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the most widely applied approaches. Results suggest that performance varies significantly in terms
  • 2014
  • This article uses multilevel models based on official register data covering the total Swedish working population to explore how home–work distance varied among workers and across residential areas between 1990 and 2010. The results indicate growing
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  • hyperthermie. Le seuil thermique entraînant une surmorbidité varie beaucoup selon la sous-région considérée, mais aussi selon que la saison chaude est plus ou moins avancée. - (JPB)
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  • La télédétection infrarouge, qui offre l'avantage d'enregistrer des valeurs presque synchrones sur de grandes surfaces, permet d'évaluer avec précision la taille des cyclones tropicaux. Cette taille varie notamment en fonction de la latitude, de la
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  • that they are far from agreed, that business models vary, and that there are significant contradictions within so-called green building practices.
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  • . The Geographically weighted regression model shows that accessibility varies significantly over geographical space demonstrating the advantages of this approach.
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