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  • Statistical and mathematical sources of regional science theory : map pattern analysis as an example
  • Externalities ; Location ; Mathematics ; Methodology ; Regional science ; Spatial economy ; Spatial interaction ; Spatial statistics ; Statistics ; Theory
  • 1999
  • Annuarul statistic al României, 1998
  • Data ; Romania ; Statistical data ; Yearbook
  • 1999
  • The detection of clusters using a spatial version of the chi-square goodness-of-fit statistic
  • Centrality ; Cluster analysis ; Fitting ; Location ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial concentration ; Statistics
  • 1999
  • The debate on the standardization of statistical maps and diagrams (1857-1901). Elements for the history of graphical language
  • Cartogram ; Congress ; Diagram ; Graphics ; Map ; Nineteenth Century ; Semiology ; Statistics
  • 1999
  • Algorithm ; Methodology ; Roughness ; Slope gradient ; Soil ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Spatial variation ; Statistics
  • The aim of this paper is to describe a new heuristic method for analysing soil roughness profiles, considering them as an assemblage of several entities that may difer in terms of statistical properties and lengths without assuming constraints
  • on their number and extension. The A. also derived the variability of statistical and spatial roughness properties along the profile, extracting the possible components detected inside the sample.
  • 1999
  • Atmospheric dynamics ; Climate oscillation ; El Niño ; Ocean atmosphere interaction ; Pacific Region ; Statistics ; Tornado ; United States of America ; Weather type
  • This paper begins with a brief descrition of ENSO. The procedures of this study include : process of regionalization, development of the cumulative annual SOI, determination of the tornado season and study period, and method of statistical analysis
  • . The results section presents the statistical findings while, in the discussion, possible synoptic-scale and thermodynamic explanations for the results are given. The conclusions section summarizes the study and challenges the reader to develop a broad balanced
  • 1999
  • Campania ; Drainage network ; Fault ; Italy ; Regional geology ; Statistics ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement ; Volcanism ; Volcano
  • survey and aerial photointerpretation. Successively all the morphological elements that might provide evidence for tectonic deformations were identified. Moreover the statistical of stream directions have shown some preferential orientations indicating
  • 1999
  • Algorithm ; Cluster analysis ; Distribution of points ; Methodology ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial statistics ; Statistics
  • 1999
  • Controls on suspended-sediment transfer at a High-Arctic glacier, determined from statistical modelling
  • 1999
  • Antarctica ; C 14 dating ; Dating ; Diatom ; Holocene ; Marine quaternary ; Marine sediment ; Organic materials ; Spatial distribution ; Statistics
  • This paper uses statistics to examine some of the problems associated with radiocarbon dating the organic fraction of Antarctic marine sediments and offers some explanations for the observed geographic variability in the age of surface sediments.
  • 1999
  • Interpolation ; Methodology ; Spatial analysis ; Statistical inference ; Statistics
  • 1999
  • Analysis of variance ; Matrix analysis ; Methodology ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial statistics ; Spatial structure ; Statistics
  • 1999
  • Analysis of variance ; Bivariate analysis ; Correlation ; Data processing ; Fitting ; Regression analysis ; Statistical distribution ; Statistics ; Test ; Time series
  • 1999
  • Statistics and characteristics of permafrost and ground-ice distribution in the northern hemisphere
  • 1999
  • Attitude ; Behaviour ; Data processing ; Electoral behaviour ; Enquiry ; Great Britain ; Methodology ; Statistical bias ; Statistical data ; United Kingdom
  • 1999
  • Andes ; Catastrophe ; Colombia ; Concept ; Earthquake ; High mountain ; Landslide ; Methodology ; Natural hazards ; Spatial statistics ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Urban growth ; Vulnerability
  • sloping lands. Nevertheless, recent disasters have occurred in the new developments where the middle classes live, showing the role of the urban growth in the creation of a growth of vulnerability and risk. Using statistical tools (PCA and Bertin matrices
  • 1999
  • Geographical information system ; Geotechnics ; Italy ; Land use ; Landslide ; Marche (Italy) ; Model ; Multivariate analysis ; Natural hazards ; Spatial distribution ; Statistics ; Umbria
  • over test areas in Central Italy, ranging in size from some tens to some thousands of square kilometers, and outline the potentials and pitfalls of the approach. In the light of the results obtained, data quality, type of terrain-unit and statistical
  • 1999
  • Alpes du Sud ; Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic variation ; Climatic warming ; France ; Infiltration ; Mass movement ; Model ; Precipitation ; Slope ; Statistics
  • This paper offers a method for assessing climate change impacts on landslide frequency based on general circulation models (GCM). GCM results are downscaled with an empirical-statistical technique to derive local precipitation scenarios
  • 1999
  • Error ; Methodology ; Relief ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial structure ; Statistics ; Topography ; Variogram
  • 1999