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  • Making zoning districts more effective
  • McCLENDON, B. W.
  • In the seventies, the significant differences in living standard among particular regions do not exist any more. The living standard of the inhabitants in towns and in country does not differ. But the differences of working and living environment
  • started to be the more essential factor. (MS).
  • NENTVICHOVA, B.
  • carried in 1971 and 1981. Vertical growth is more evident and vertical differentiation progressing more in type A. There is a tendancy for retail and amusement functions to be located exclusively in type B and horizontal differentiation tends to arise
  • Central shopping streets are classified into two types by their forms: the shops face a trunk street (type A), or they face a pedestrian street (type B). The author discusses the two types by comparing data collected through field investigations
  • . The stability of type B is greater to type A.
  • Integer programming techniques are applied to scheduling college football games in the Southeastern Conference. The result is a set of schedules which yields a more narrow range in schedule difficulty among the 10 teams, lower total distance
  • for teams to travel during the season, and potentially more televised games.
  • SHIRLEY, B. M.
  • Ofiolitovyj kompleks Central'nogo razloma v Filippinskom more Le complexe ophiolitique de la faille Centrale dans la mer des Philippines
  • VASIL'EV, B. I.
  • Recent literature has argued that a policy of invariant tax abatement awards is more costly than necessary, and has suggested several ways of improving tax abatement policy by allowing officials discretion in granting abatements. Analysis suggests
  • tax abatements should be abandoned as a development policy. More generally, rent-seeking should be recognised as an important concept in the analysis and evaluation of development programmes.
  • COFFMAN, R. B.
  • The temporal and spatial characteristics of these water supply precipitation droughts were assessed revealing that droughts typically : a) begin in warm season months| b) become more widespread when more severe and/or of shorter duration| c
  • ) are more severe and frequent in central Illinois| and d) end with much above normal precipitation in the initial post-drought months, but tend to recess to slightly drier than normal conditions (but not drought levels).
  • Tektoniceskoe stroenie hrebta Sirsova (Beringovo more) (Structure tectonique de la chaîne Sirsov dans la mer de Bering)
  • BARANOV, B. V.
  • RUDNIK, G. B.
  • This paper re-examines previous suggestions concerning the colonization of the Krakatau islands since the extirpating 1883 eruption that involve the more recently emergent volcanic island Anak Krakatau, which itself suffered a devastating eruption
  • THORNTON, I. W. B.
  • THORNTON, I. W. B., (Editeur scientifique)
  • . Creep in more active on upwind facing slopes than at the crest, which therefore is a zone of net creep grain deposition.
  • WILLETTS, B. B.
  • Victorian mores and current ideas about women travelling alone using almost entirely British examples. - (DWG)
  • HOLCOMB, B.
  • Three differing levels of protection of the musk deer (« Moschus ») suggest that local cultural practice and economic contingencies are more important than legal sanctions in wildlife conservation.―(DWG)
  • HARRIS, R. B.
  • more fully as part of a humanistic historical geography.
  • HARLEY, J. B.
  • A model-based approach to planning is applied to Lagos, and shows that it is more likely to provide solutions to problems such as congestion than the present strategies. (EMS).
  • AYENI, B.
  • Recent findings of relic terraces, ditches, and canals suggest a much more intensive agriculture among the prehistoric Maya than previously known. - (D. W. Gade).
  • TURNER II, B. L.
  • Towards a more general theoretical and mathematical model of probability for policy analysis
  • TONN, B. E.
  • rates should be extrapolated to catchment-wide rates. At the local scale of the Lachlan River highlands, active tectonic compression may be more important than flexure, which is more important at a regional scale.
  • FINLAYSON, B.
  • Models of the central place system: a more general approach
  • PARR J. B.
  • This distribution is examined among households in the owner-occupied and public-rented sectors in the Birmingham area (UK). The results presented indicate that tax-expenditures tend to be more regressively distributed than subsidies to tenants
  • arising from non-market pricing. The benefits from the latter are more dependent on a household's location and property type than on income. Efficiency and equity objectives are not met by the current housing finance system.
  • WALKER, B.
  • Tolley's model : some more time series of actual and predicted urban growth
  • BERRY, B. J. L.