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  • An experiment in the comparative analysis of distortion on historical maps
  • Multivariate analysis of Telanthropus Capensis: implications for hominid sympatry in South Africa
  • Landownership in Edwardian England and Wales : a new source for geographical analysis
  • An analysis of data on home journey by Chinese immigrants in Canada, 1892-1915
  • Death and life of a colonial immigrant city, a demographic analysis of Philadelphia
  • Surveying multidimensional measurement in Proximity and preference. Problems in the multidimensional analysis of large data sets.
  • The analysis of burgage patterns in medieval towns
  • An analysis of the payrolls of the Point St. Charles Shops of the Grand Trunk Railway
  • An analysis of ancient Egyptian settlement patterns using location-allocation covering models
  • Cosmology as ecological analysis: a view from the rain forest
  • A critical analysis of the Northpart of America, a facsimile atlas of early Canadian maps
  • Political geographers of the past III : German geographic research in the Nazi period : a content analysis of the major geographic journals, 1925-1945
  • Jamaican coffee plantations, 1780-1860 : a cartographic analysis
  • Context and environment in taphonomic analysis: examples from Alaska's Porcupine River caves
  • Cave sites, faunal analysis, and Big-Game Hunters of the Great Basin: a caution
  • Railroads and German economic growth. A leading sector analysis with comparison to the United States and Great Britain
  • Measuring changes in the ease of trade with archaeological data: an analysis of coins found at Dura Europus in Syria
  • Environment, population size and vital statistics: an analysis of demographic data from 18th century villages in the province of Reggio Emilia (Italy)
  • The paper is devoted to Gerodot's river Akes identification with one of the contemporary central-asian rivers. Analysis of written sources, geographic, archeologic and ethnographic data brings to the conclusion, that the river Akes is a prototype
  • The A. describes a rapid transition from an initial pre-industrial, to an intermediate associative, to a final corporate phase. An analysis of the history of water rights ownership and of mining enterprises on the goldfield suggests