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  • The Cape Naturaliste area, W. A.
  • Aménagement régional ; Australie ; Cape Naturaliste area ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Parc national ; Western Australia
  • Changing patterns of wage labor migration in the Kilenge area of Papua New Guinea
  • This study of the inhabitants of Ongaia village in the Kilenge area of Papua New Guinea documents the role of labor migration in one area of New Britain. It notes that the potential for migration seems to vary with several factors: opportunities
  • Spatial structural effects in voting behaviour are described for manual workers living in manual areas and for professional and white collar workers living in professional and white collar areas. Using a questionnaire sample of 4, 574 voters derived
  • from the 1977 Western Australian State Election, alternative explanations for such effects are evaluated. Attachment to area, reflected in individual length of residence, helps to explain why area rather than individual norms prevail. This is reinforced
  • The Newcastle urban area 1971: a factor ecological study.
  • Planners in Port Moresby favour development of those areas already advantaged and capable of giving rapid returns. The isolated and less developed areas therefore become increasingly disadvantaged underdeveloped. Recent planning exercises carried
  • out in Papoua New Guinea for isolated less developed areas have been very varied. Some of these plans and their impacts are analysed so that useful lessons can be learnt. First there is a divergence between macro-national planning and real needs
  • of rural and isolated communities. Questions of scale and space are critically important. Thus, field work and regional skills of a geographer are required to understand areas where statistical data are lacking.
  • Internal migration between statistical areas of New Zealand 1966-1971
  • The vegetation of the Pilbara area
  • 111 residents of an inner-city suburb of Sydney were asked to list the advantages and disadvantages of the area and whether they intended to stay or move. Current theories on inner-city areas maintain that the working-class residents have a strong
  • Period 1959-73. In the short run, adverse effects on sales prices of residences are noted in the airport areas but in the longer term, prices display a similar trend in both airport and non-airport areas.
  • Articulation, dissolution and migration: the partial integration of Hube area, Papua New Guinea
  • Analysis of a region's integration into the world capitalist system, emphasizing the means and evolution of articulation of precapitalist with capitalist modes of production. The present condition of the Hube area of Papua New Guinea is explained
  • Lands of the Ramu-Madang Area, Papua New Guinea
  • Coseismic uplift of Holocene marine terraces in the Pakarae River area, eastern North Island, New Zealand
  • As the low return from arid rangelands greatly limits the prospects for the treatment of eroded areas the regulation of grazing limits the prospect for the treatment of eroded areas the regulation of grazing to maintain an adequate vegetation cover
  • Images and use of New Zealand's protected areas by domestic and international visitors
  • In view of the recent substantial falls in national birth rates it is hypothesised that intrasocietal inter-area fertility differentials may now be hardly, if at all affected by variations in socio-economic composition. This hypothesis is tested
  • in the context of the Wollongong-Shellharbour urbanised area, a medium sized, internally differentiated Australian heavy industrial centre. (AGD).
  • Race and physician location: trends in two New Zealand urban areas
  • Geomorphological significance of late quaternary deposits of the Lake George Area, N. S. W.
  • Island population, land area, and climate: a case study of the Marshall Islands
  • Office dispersal in metropolitan areas II: Case Study results and conclusions
  • The Ramu-valley in North-East New Guinea is the result of the young geological development of the North of the Central Ranges lying areas. As such it is part of a long trough formed in the Late Tertiary and since filled with sediments from
  • the enclosing mountains of which the Coastal Ranges itself have only been formed by an upheaval since the Late Tertiary too. The alluvial deposits of the Ramu-valley are divided in dissected older fans and younger floodplains of varying degreee. Large areas