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  • Principal component analysis of distributive characteristics of precipitation in Northeast China.
  • (1961-1978) ; Analyse en composantes principales ; Chine ; Chine, nord-est ; Cluster analysis ; Distribution ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Précipitation ; Régionalisation climatique
  • Based on the results of principal component analysis applied to data of 35 stations for 1961-1978, a dynamic investigation into the factors and processes accounting for the main patterns of precipitation deviation and the changing time
  • characteristics in them are attempted. A climatic regionalization based on distributive patterns of precipitation is made with the results of cluster analysis. (TNC).
  • Factors affecting the productivity of manufacturing sector in Sri Lanka : a spatial analysis
  • Reverse migration in Japan: a factor analysis of reverse migration streams
  • A spatial analysis of factors relating to family planning in Thaïland
  • Through the multivariate analysis and the application of factor analysis the regional structure of agriculture in the Kanto district is grasped. - (SGA)
  • population change 1966-76 (on shahrestan level) and - applying factor analysis - of agricultural patterns . - (Abstr. Ir.).
  • Geomorphological analysis plays an indispensable role in soil survey and mapping. The process and formations of different landforms under a unique morphogenetic environment help in understanding the role of factors of soil formations in development
  • A preliminary analysis of atmospheric turbidity and extinction property in the Xizang Plateau during the warm season.
  • of atmosphere is revealed. The atmospheric turbidity is determined by vapour and aerosol, and Rayleigh scattering and other factors are relatively insignificant. (TNC).
  • Analyse des groupes ; Analyse quantitative ; Centre commercial ; Chine ; Classification ascendante hiérarchique ; Cluster analysis ; Commerce de détail ; Ghum ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Localisation ; Métropole ; Région urbaine ; Shanghai ; Théorie
  • Applying location theory and quantitative analysis, the classification and hierarchy of shopping centres and the factors affecting shopping centre location is attempted for urban Shanghai. Cluster analysis is applied to classify 61 major shopping
  • Following a review of route development in China since 1949, an analysis of the relative share of different modes in total transportation and their different significance in the six major economic regions of the country, the author discusses
  • the factors that influence the division of work among modes, paying particular attention to the rationalization of allocation between the railway and other modes. (TNC).
  • Nombreuses contributions groupées, après une introduction synthétique, sous quatre rubriques principales: A) Factors influencing external migration: (O.) NEULOH, Structural unemployment in Turkey: its relation to migration| (T.) OGUZKAN, The scope
  • and nature of the Turkish brain drain| (I. H.) AYDINOGLU, Manpower and employment policies under the Five Years Plans and emigration| B) Economic impact of the migration: (T.) KOLAN, An analysis of individual earnings effects due to external migration| (D. R
  • Regional disparities in educational development in India : an inter-state analysis
  • Technical efficiency in Indian manufacturing industries : an analysis by establishment size
  • Attachment to the residential neighbourhood : a framework for analysis
  • Impact of tourism on mountain environment. A partial analysis of Uttrakhand Himalaya
  • Analysis of the application of the Von Thunen's hypothesis in Jammu
  • Spatial analysis of service centres in Trans-Ghagura Plains
  • Barpeta-Kamrup region : an analysis of drainage density and landform
  • Levels of agricultural productivity in the Brahmaputra Valley : a regional analysis
  • Fertility change in Sri Lanka since the war: an analysis of the experience of different districts