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  • Frost and drought through time and space, part I : the climatological record in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Nelson's National Railway : the political distortion of geographical space
  • Frost and drought through time and space, part III : what were conditions like when the high valleys were first settled? in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Frost and drought through time and space, part II : the written, oral, and proxy records and their meaning in Frost and drought in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea.
  • Large-scale patterns of dune type, spacing and orientation in the Australian continental dunefield in Environment and development in Australia.
  • Space-time budgets, public transport, and spatial choice
  • is essential. Techniques currently being developed to recognize the attributes of eroding systems and to model their behaviour over space and time are outlined here.
  • . In the final two sections the implications of these flows within the Australian space economy are considered by reference to a case study of the pattern of investment of the largest foreign-owned group in the country and a study of the continuing polarization
  • British settlement of New Zealand accompanied and depended upon the space-time convergence resulting from rapidly improving oceanic shipping. In turn this made other countries of new settlement readily accessible to New Zealand. Sharing a suite
  • of rural and isolated communities. Questions of scale and space are critically important. Thus, field work and regional skills of a geographer are required to understand areas where statistical data are lacking.