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  • Comportement ; Décision ; Energie ; Energie nucléaire ; Géographie humaine ; Incertitude ; Modèle ; Probabilité ; Probabilité subjective ; Risque ; Théorie
  • 1979
  • Tourism and leisure behaviour subject to the spatial influence of a national frontier: the example of North-East-Bavaria
  • 1979
  • Extension of annual streamflow record by correlation with precipitation subject to heterogeneous errors
  • 1979
  • The dry areas of the Antarctic are extreme deserts. Because of the cold they are not subjected to rainfall and geochemical separations can take place which would be destroyed by flowing water in the more temperate deserts. The distribution
  • 1979
  • Geographers have made great use of the factorial ecology method in recent years. The method is subject to three major technical criticisms, however, concerned with autocorrelation, closed number sets, and standardisation. To circumvent
  • 1979
  • The above sea level altitude of surface belongs to the main parameters of relief proporties. The subjects-matter represents the analysis of relations between altitudes of surface and its settlement in the framework of particular administrative units
  • 1979
  • The main subjects of the study: formation of the Siklos district, its place in the structure of economy and settlement network of Baranya County, the movement of the population, effect of industry on the polarization of settlement network, etc. (CK).
  • 1979
  • In the present paper some methods of calculating processes of water intrusion are discussed with an view to including them in the exploration of the pool. The main subject of the studies are calculations of the edge-water dynamics in single wells
  • 1979
  • The tenth congress of Yugoslavian geographers, which took place in Belgrade in September 1976, marked an extraordinary revival in the study of geography in Yugoslavia and revealed certain strong points in present-day studies in this subject
  • 1979
  • The subject of the study are the characteristics of the vegetation in the Llanos of the Orinocco and their dependance on the geomorphological and ecological conditions. Apart from discussing the problem whether the savannahs are the original
  • 1979
  • Subject of this paper is the hierarchy of centres. The supposed distribution of establishments among the settlements in case of a hierarchical structure implies that a centre of higher order has all types of establishments of lower order. Thus
  • 1979
  • of these workers, their geographical distribution and of the various types of handicap to which they are subject. These characteristics, when compared with those of the working population of Paris as a whole, suggest that there exists a difference in socio-economic
  • 1979
  • The subject of this research is the spatial inequality of the employment markets accessible to residents of the inner city and to the population of smaller towns in the vicinity of large cities. Men and women have been investigated separately
  • 1979
  • The consideration of the heat and mechanical energy, water and salt budgets of the Mediterranean enables us to suggest a physical model of the transports of this sea, which is subject to the climate and to the Atlantic boundary conditions
  • 1979
  • . Deutschen Geographentag in Gottingen, 1979.. (The western escarpment margin of the Murzuk Basin, central Sahara as an example for the structural pattern of the arid relief)
  • in the older past and repeated climatic changes during the Quaternary together with differences in lithology and structure have resulted in two landform complexes for many Sahara tablelands. One type is presently subject to fluvial processes and is dominated
  • 1979
  • encourager l'établissement d'usines dans les petites villes et des villes de taille moyenne sont étudiés. Une estimation est faite des raisons objectives et subjectives de l'échec de l'Etat à contrôler la croissance continue des grandes villes et à développer
  • 1979
  • The analysis shows that universities, and in particular those with a wide spectrum of subjects, are important factors for the development of their towns and the whole region. It has become obvious that universities with their cultural, social and economic
  • 1979
  • which it persists. The systems and forms are subject, over 10 10 years, to perturbations caused by high magnitude low frequency events, environmental change and internal structural instabilities which initiate change. The responses to these impulses
  • 1979