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  • Spatial interaction, gravity parameters and regional development in Bendel State
  • Bendel ; Développement régional ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Interaction spatiale ; Méthode statistique ; Nigéria
  • Spatial distribution of exponents may identify areas where development effort should be concentrated, and are useful tools for regional development analysis and planning. (EMS).
  • The Dynamics of location: a von Thünen-supply analysis of the changing spatial characteristics of cotton in Uganda
  • Etude des caractéristiques spatiales et des variations de revenus procurés par la culture du coton en Ouganda en appliquant la théorie de von Thünen (1950-1974)| la rivalité coton-cultures vivrières. (OC).
  • Sociometric analysis and regional perception in Nigeria
  • Choix spatial ; Culturel ; Espace perçu ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Identité régionale ; Nigéria ; Perception ; Préférence ; Sociométrie ; Système de valeurs
  • Enquête auprès d'étudiants d'Université. L'A. montre l'importance de la sociométrie comme technique géographique de mesure des préférences spatiales (Etats). Il détermine les éléments structurants des caractères plus ou moins attractif ou répulsif
  • Nearest-neighbour statistic and settlement pattern analysis
  • Analyse spatiale ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Habitat rural ; Plus proche voisin ; Sierra Leone ; Tonkolili, région
  • Essai de développement d'une méthode décrivant à la fois la distribution spatiale des éléments mais aussi les variations minimes qui existent dans la localisation de ces éléments: application de cette méthode à l'étude de l'habitat au Sierra Leone
  • Statistical analysis of the distribution characteristics of cholera within Ibadan city, Nigeria (1971)
  • Analyse spatiale ; Choléra ; Diffusion ; Epidémie ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Ibadan ; Nigéria ; Pathologie régionale ; Population urbaine ; Santé ; Ville
  • Analyse de la diffusion de l'épidémie de choléra dans les différents quartiers d'Ibadan en 1971. Etude spatiale des deux grandes phases et de leurs caractères. (HP).
  • Sediment yield in South Africa. A preliminary geographical analysis in Soil erosion and host materials in Africa.
  • This study attempts to quantify the spatial relationships between sediment yield and a range of 15 independent environmental variables in South Africa, using Rooseboom's (1978) data base.
  • An analysis of heat and water balances in West Africa
  • Afrique ; Afrique de l'Ouest ; Bilan hydrologique ; Bilan thermique ; Climat ; Domaine aride ; Domaine semi-aride ; Facteur climatique ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Indice climatique ; Sécheresse ; Variation spatiale ; Zone intertropicale ; Zone
  • By use of empirical models, the required heat-and water-balance parameters were derived from readily available meteorological data. Spatial patterns of the mean annual values of the heat-and water-balance components are discussed, and necessary maps
  • The acquisition and application of basic land use data in urban growth analysis: a case study of metropolitan Lagos in Spatial dimensions of growth.
  • Veranderende ruimtelike patrone van Swart stedelike woongebiede en tuislanddorpe in Suid-Afrika: 1904-1975. (Changing spatial patterns of Black urban suburbs and homeland towns in South Africa: 1904-1975)
  • (1904-1975) ; Afrique du Sud ; Analyse spatiale ; Banlieue ; Croissance urbaine ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Histoire urbaine ; Localisation ; Population ; Population noire ; Répartition ; Ségrégation ; Ville
  • The dispersion of Black urban suburbs and homeland towns in South Africa for the period 1904 to 1975 is described by means of nearest neighbour analysis. These descriptions indicate a tendency towards a regular pattern for 1904 but with a continuous
  • trend towards clustering in the ensuing years till 1951. After 1951 however, the trend was reversed and a tendency towards randomness became apparent. The main forces responsible for the changing spatial pattern are indicated. During the period 1904-1951
  • economic forces appear to have been dominant in shaping the spatial pattern, but since 1951 political forces have been of major importance. (L'A.).
  • A Spatial analysis of agricultural intensity in a Basotho village of southern Africa
  • Agriculture ; Analyse factorielle ; Analyse multivariée ; Analyse spatiale ; Disparité régionale ; Exploitation agricole ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Kenya ; Lieux centraux ; Méthode du plus proche voisin ; Régionalisation ; Western, prov.
  • The three Western Kenya districts of Bungoma, Trans Nzoia, and West Pokot are studied as a model region for Kenya. They represent the most important spatial types of the country: an area of the former Reserves characterized primarily by smallholder
  • in an empiric-statistical way with the help of methods such as distance grouping and nearest-neighbour analysis. The investigation uses multivariate methods (factor analysis). The results lead to proposals for regional planning. (L'A.).
  • The factorial ecology approach to urban analysis has recently been subject to widespread criticism. These criticisms have focussed both on the conceptual foundation of factorial ecology and on the application of factorial techniques to problems
  • of spatial socio-economic differentiation. It is shown that many of the problems inherent in the technique are compounded in the South African urban context. (L'A.).
  • Analyse multivariée ; Analyse spatiale ; Coopérative ; Espace rural ; Exploitation agricole ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Mode de production ; Nigeria ; Oyo state ; Propriété ; Rendement ; Structure agraire ; Utilisation du sol
  • Ten settlements (five from the forest and five from the savanna) are studied, using multivariate analysis| the author concludes that cooperative organization can modernize peasant production if it is combined with modification of the system of land
  • aiming at a decrease of the existing inequalities in prosperity, failed. An analysis of the projected governmental investments from the plan 1973-1977 indicates that, in contrast to its goals, the social and spatial inequalities will grow. The position
  • In contrast to other countries with a colonial past, Morocco had an existing precolonial urban pattern concentrated in the interior and a high population-density in unfavourable mountainous regions. The economic and spatial planning after 1956
  • Aspects of the spatial impact of development efforts: a case study of Nigeria
  • Two ideas are current in the literature, polarization is characteristic of an early stage in national development and tends to diminish later, and urban size is important in the adoption of entrepreneurial innovations. The analysis reveals
  • the occurrence of spatial polarization in development. However, the current trend has been toward an intensification of the pattern. Urban size is found not to be of very great importance in the spatial pattern discussed in the present study. Nearness
  • and development planning in Ghana. A spatial analysis with special reference to the historical roots, recent problems and planned reduction of intra-urban and regional disparities
  • of slums and uncontrolled squatter areas. The final Part D contains a description and critical analysis of Ghana's present regional and urban planning strategies and their prospects thereby including into the conception of evaluation not only the national
  • Maintaining the status quo: an analysis of social space in post-colonial Rabat
  • La structure spatiale établie pendant la période coloniale continue à différencier les principaux quartiers de la ville. Les flux migratoires ont fossilisé les structures existantes, soit en raison de la sélection opérée entre les deux centres
  • erosion. The secondary aim of the study was to determine whether combining the three independent variables and using a multivariate analysis could produce a more lucid picture of spatial variations in soil erosion.
  • Principal component analysis is applied to monthly South African rainfall fields and the synoptic systems represented in the higher eigenvectors identified by matching the spatial distribution of rainfall on each component with that of the various
  • ; Variabilité ; Variabilité spatiale
  • Differences in annual geopotential heights at the 850 and 500 mb. levels between 16 pairs of stations have been submitted to principal component analysis to identify the most important statistically uncorrelated pressure patterns accounting