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  • Relevance of geographical research and study in the context of Indian Society
  • Géographie ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Inde ; Recherche ; Rôle du géographe ; Société
  • Geographer's journal : Aleppo
  • The Middle East: a geographical study
  • Geographical patterns of acceptance of family planning methods in India
  • Japan : geographical background to urban-industrial development.
  • Review of the research on geographical distribution of disease mortality in Japan, with particular attention to cerebrovascular disease
  • Research on the geographical distribution mortality from cerebrovascular disease in Japan which has been very influencal in promoting associative analysis in medical geography. It is the major stream of medico-geographical research in Japan. - (SGA)
  • Geographer's journal : Hong Kong bound and adrift
  • Diverse impressions by a peripatetic geographer of life in the Crown Colony. - (DWG)
  • Recent trends in hydro-geographical studies in Japan
  • The recent trends of hydro-geographical studies in Japan dealing with the hydrological environment and the relationship between water and man. The problems for future study. - (SGA)
  • The geographical significance of development of Minshuku Region
  • The purpose of this paper is to review the development processes of minshuku regions based on case studies, and to discuss their geographical relevances. It concludes that regional change is a process where the use of time and space is intensified
  • 20800noms de lieux sont répertoriés: le système de translittération utilisé est celui adopté par le Board on geographic names (BGN) et le Permanent Committee on geographical names for british official use (PCGN).
  • Board on geographic names. Washington, Etats-Unis
  • Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak. Die Gunung Mulu-Expedition der Royal Geographical Society, London, 1977-78. (Le parc national de Gunung Mulu, Sarawak. L'expédition de la Royal Geographical Society de Londres, 1977-78, au Gunung Mulu)
  • Excursion géographique ; Forêt tropicale ; Gunung Mulu ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Philippines ; Royal Geographical Society ; Sarawak ; Zone intertropicale
  • The geographical development of fast food stores in Tokyo City area from the viewpoint of locational policy
  • This paper aims to analyse the geographical development of the fast food stores. The A. selected Tokyo City area as field. He indicated in particular the strong relation between the distribution of the fast food stores and the population
  • A geographical study on regional variations of disease mortality
  • This study attempts to elucidate methods to analyze and clarify regional variations of disease mortality. These variations are analyzed from many sides, various types of diseases in various times and geographical scales. Furthermore, the regional
  • British geographers in China 1977
  • Compte rendu d'un voyage d'études de cinq géographes britanniques en Chine populaire en août 1977. Les articles portent sur la géographie physique et l'hydrologie de la Chine. (MBG).
  • Soxanraniha-ye caharomin Kongre-ye, joqrafidanan-e Iran= Conférences données au quatrième congrès des géographes iraniens.
  • (1977) ; Congrès ; Congrès des Géographes iraniens ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Géographie régionale ; Géomorphologie ; Iran ; Khorasan ; Tabriz ; Ville
  • The development and applications of geographic information system in China in Geographic information system development in China.
  • Regional structure of commodity flows in Japan : an application of dynamic geographical field theory
  • Dynamic geographical field theory is an expanded version of the static geographical field theory first proposed by Berry (1966). It implies that changes of spatial interaction and changes of spatial structure are mutually-defining and isomorphic
  • Agrarian change and new areas for geographical study in Southeast Asia| a case of the Philippines in Recent trends and perspectives in regional geography of South Asia.
  • Geographic variation and changing economic status in two Javanese villages
  • Geographer's journal : China, temples of heaven (part I)