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  • Désindustrialisation ; Développement industriel ; Emploi ; Emploi industriel ; Industrialisation ; Roumanie ; Shift-share analysis
  • Deindustrialization ; Employment ; Industrial development ; Industrial employment ; Industrialization ; Romania ; Shift-share analysis
  • Using the shift and share analysis, this paper is an essay for the understanding of the factors that direct the industrial restructuration of Romania. The article emphasizes the role of the political factor within the present industrial processes
  • 1998
  • Diverse functions of convenience stores in the Tokyo metropolitan area : classification with sales analysis of POS data, and spatial implications
  • Cluster analysis ; Competition ; Consumer behaviour ; Honshu ; Japan ; Location ; Market ; Retail trade ; Spatial choice ; Store ; Tokyo ; Typology
  • This paper aims to analyse the functions of convenience stores. The author uses the factor analysis. - (KA)
  • 1998
  • China ; Coal ; Core-periphery ; Energy resources ; Iron ; Multivariate analysis ; Oil ; Ore ; Regional development ; Regional disparities
  • The paper presents an exploratory undertaking to analyse the positive aspects of mineral activity in regional development during the past over 40 years in China. The results of applying factor analysis and cluster analysis indicate that the socio
  • -economic development factor dominates the general pattern of China's regional disparities, and that the development of specialized mineral activities reinforces the structure through improving the leading position of core regions as a result of developments
  • 1998
  • A comparative analysis of nebkhas in central Tunisia and northern Burkina Faso
  • This paper reports a comparative analysis of nebkha morphology in central Tunisia and northern Burkina Faso based on a total of 473 measured nebkhas. Nebkhas are mounds composed of wind-borne sediment that accumulated around shrubs. The importance
  • of the temporal factor was analysed by applying the equilibrium concept to the development of the nebkha form in conjunction with additional evidence from dates and a literature survey. The nebkhas analysed in this study are assumed to be in a closed system.
  • 1998
  • for such intervention, and identifying a variety of factors influencing trade in the imported commodities. Analysis of overall trade patterns provides a basis for assessing the impact of imports on affected US industries as well as of antidumping measures on Russian
  • 1998
  • Aerial photography ; Coastal environment ; Discriminant analysis ; Dune ; Ecosystem ; Finland ; Forest ; Geochemistry ; Grain size distribution ; Sea level ; Soil ; Vegetation ; Wind erosion
  • important factors affecting it. Topic of investigation is thus the geomorphological and the ecological succession of these areas and variations in this succession.
  • 1998
  • Definition ; Discourse ; Factor analysis ; French handbook ; Ideology ; Perception ; Poland
  • 1998
  • This bed-level adjustment analysis identified the existence of 2 main phases of lowering : the first, triggered at the end of the past century; the second, triggered in the interval 1945-1960 and characterized by more intense degradation
  • of the streambed. The first phase derived from changes in land-use and land-management practices. The second phase is the result of the superimposition of 2 factors : intense instream mining of gravel, and the construction of the Levane and La Penna dams.
  • 1998
  • A multi-stream analysis of the changing pattern of interregional migration in Great Britain, 1960-1991
  • Counterurbanization ; Great Britain ; Internal migration ; Interregional migration ; Migration factor ; Migratory balance ; Migratory flow ; Model ; Spatial interaction ; United Kingdom
  • 1998
  • Scale-dependent analysis of satellite imagery for characterization of glacier surfaces in the Karakoram Himalaya
  • of the glacier caused by factors such as supraglacial lithology, ice movement, ablation, the collapse of subglacial tunnels, and supraglacial fluvialaction.
  • 1998
  • Cork oak ; Ecological inventory ; Factor analysis ; Forest ; Morocco ; Multivariate analysis ; Vegetation degradation
  • 1998
  • Climate ; Evaporation ; Groundwater ; Hydrochemistry ; Isotope analysis ; Precipitation ; Salinisation ; Sri Lanka ; Topography ; Water ; Water cycle ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • Groundwater quality is determined by interaction of principal environment factors such as climate, topography, geology and biota. In this study, groundwater quality was investigated in western Sri Lanka where climate condition changes greatly
  • 1998
  • European part of Russia ; Factor analysis ; Geochemistry ; Heavy metals ; Hydrochemistry ; Mordovia ; Snow ; Spatial distribution
  • 1998
  • of hydrometeorological variables (precipitation, potential evapotranspiration) accorded to a Global Circulation Model with a scenario of doubled CO2 content by the year 2080. The analysis was performed for the catchment of the Warta and the Wieprz rivers, with areas
  • of future irrigation determined in relation to possible technical and agronomic factors.
  • 1998
  • The analysis examines the strength of relationships among adverse social relations in neighbourhoods in one North American industrial city. Using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, the hypothesis that negative social conditions have
  • 1998
  • Business cycle ; Honshu ; Internal migration ; Japan ; Large city ; Methodology ; Migration factor ; Migratory flow ; Regression analysis ; Time series ; Tokyo ; Urban immigration
  • 1998
  • Alpes du Sud ; Erosion budget ; Erosion rate ; Factor analysis ; France ; Gully erosion ; Marne ; Mediterranean area ; Mountain ; Precipitation ; Seasonal variation ; Soil erosion
  • 1998
  • Canada ; North America ; Northwest Territories ; Space remote sensing ; Victoria Island ; Western Canada ; archaeological sites ; beaches ; data processing ; factor analysis ; geomorphology ; ground truth ; habitat ; landform evolution ; radiometry
  • 1998
  • Maximum entropy spectral analysis for the estimation of fractals in topography
  • Technical and software bulletin 1998
  • Colorado ; Fractal geometry ; Methodology ; Model ; Spatial variation ; Spectral analysis ; Texas ; Topography ; United States of America
  • The aim of this paper is to explore the use of autoregressive maximum entropy spectral analysis for the construction of power spectra, and the use of these spectra for the calculation of fractal dimension for both simulated and real topographic
  • surfaces. Comparisons will be made with one of the few published examples of the application of this estimation method for the analysis of topography and calculation of fractal dimension.
  • 1998
  • Flood frequency analysis under non-stationarity
  • The objective of flood frequency analysis is to relate the magnitude of annual peak flow discharges to their frequency of occurrence through the use of probability distributions. In this study a time trend is investigated in the first two moments
  • , i.e. in the Mean value and the Standard Deviation (SD), and it is assumed to be a continuous function of time. Preliminary results of a flood frequency analysis for Polish rivers obtained with the IDT (Identification of Distribution and Trend) package
  • 1998