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  • Estimation of multiple reflection and lowest order adjacency effects on remotely-sensed data
  • Investigates the lowest-order adjacency effect and the effect of multiple reflections between ground and atmosphere, using AVHRR channels 1 and 2. - (CB)
  • The study of structural effects in human geography
  • The paper argues that the various attributes of space and the spatial environment have an independent effect on individual behaviour. The ways in which various types of spatial structural effects operate to influence behaviour, and the problems
  • An evaluation of correction techniques for boundary effects in spatial statistical analysis: contemporary methods
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Biais statistique ; Edge effect ; Estimation ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Méthode des moindres carrés ; Méthodologie ; Technique de correction
  • Effective leadership in geography: the role of the department chairperson
  • Leaders in geography must take an active role in initiating and implementing diverse strategies that would facilitate the amelioration of the discipline. Effective leadership from chairpersons needs to be nurtured and exercised to achieve optimal
  • Timing and duration effects in residence histories and other longitudinal data. II. Studies of duration effects in Norway, 1965-1971
  • Alteration detection using TM imagery. The effects of supergene weathering in an arid climate in Special issue : Advances in geological remote sensing.
  • The effects of viewing geometry on image classification
  • Creating effective type for the classroom
  • Calibrating urban residential location models 4: effects of log-collinearity on model calibration and formulation
  • The role of complexity and symbolization method in thematic map effectiveness
  • The effect of common sources of regression error on benefit estimates
  • The effect of subpixel clouds on remote sensing
  • Some effects of tephra falls on buildings in Tephra studies.
  • Methods of investigating decisions involving spatial effects including content analysis of interviews
  • Carlino argues that population scale has a negative effect on productivity because it is a diseconomy rather than an economy of agglomeration. This study arrives at different conclusions. After critiquing Carlino's arguments, empirical cross
  • -sectional productivity equations show that capital intensity accounts for much of the urban productivity advantage. Measures of business services, localization effects, congestion, infrastructure, and labor quality are then included in the equations
  • . These variables generally have the expected effect on productivity and are frequently significant. Nevertheless, population scale continues to have a positive effect in five industries| it develops a negative effect in only one.
  • The effect of orientation on the recognition of simple maps
  • Effects of topography on radiance from upland vegetation in North Wales
  • Soil and gully erosion models for effective control programmes
  • An analytical investigation of policy effects on transit system performance measurement
  • A probability model for the effects of distance on the demand for multiple facilities