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  • Defining kinds of soil horizon
  • Defining functional occupational groupings
  • Defining occupational groupings by educational structure
  • Clusters of occupational groups are defined according to their educational structure. The underlying assumption is that such groups with similar schooling profiles belong to the same labour-market segment and offer opportunities for good forecasts
  • Paleohydrologic techniques used to define the spatial occurrence of floods
  • The strategy of territorial integration in regional development : defining territoriality
  • Modszer a geokomplexum vizhaztartasi rendszerallapotanak meghatarozasara. (A method of defining water regime of the geocomplex)
  • Defining central place systems through the analysis of bus services: the case of Ecuador
  • The refugee experience: defining the parameters of a field of study
  • The epidemiology of primary acute pancreatitis in the Nottingham Defined population area
  • Re-defining the role of government in surveys and mapping. A view of events in the United Kingdom
  • Defining heat waves - different approaches
  • Karst as a criterion for defining areas less suitable for agriculture
  • The proposed European Union indicators for defining areas less suitable for agriculture in Slovenia are not entirely appropriate. With regard to actual natural conditions, in Slovenia especially some karst landscapes would be unjustifiably omitted
  • River channel patterns are thought to form a morphological continuum. This continuum is two-dimensional, defined by plan features of which there are three (straight, meandering, branching), and structural levels of fluvial relief of which
  • there are also three (floodplain, flood channel, low-water channel). Combinations of these three categories define the diversity of patterns. The critical stream power values and hydrological regime together define the channel pattern, and analysis of the pattern
  • Spatial inequality: an attempt to define the concept
  • Social and economic inequality are an old theme of study. The attention for this problem with regard to underdeveloped countries is however a rather recent phenomenon. The present article, therefore, attempts to define the concepts of socio-economic
  • An action vocabulary for thinking spatially: the national geography standards and defining what students should know
  • Decision-making under not-well-defined conditions : from data processing to logical modelling
  • Defining communities within urban areas. An analysis of alternative approach
  • The defining distance: people, places, and worldview in Mobility and identity in the island Pacific.
  • A new delimitation is suggested for the central part of the highest karst mountains of Hungary. It is a well-defined karst water unit with marginal springs bordered by steep denudation steps preformed by lithological contrasts. The High Bükk
  • is defined as a planation surface above 650-700 m. (DLO).
  • The A. suggests an approach for assessing the significance of peaks in the surface that result from the application of the smoothing kernel. The approach may also be thought of as a method for assessing the maximum among a set of suitably defined
  • local statistics. Local statistics for data on a regular grid of cells are first defined by using a Gaussian kernel. Results from integral geometry are used to find the probability that the maximum local statistic exceeds a given critical value.