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  • The emergence of dengue fever in the United States and its public health implications
  • Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical geography ; Regional pathology ; United States of America
  • Dengue fever, a virus spread by two species of Aedes mosquitoes, now has those two vectors in the USA. Suitable climate in the southern United States and frequent movement of people with the disease from Mexico and the Caribbean may create a serious
  • A multiperiod compartmental model of the HIV pandemic in the United States
  • AIDS ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemic;Disease outbreak ; Health ; United States
  • The AA. develop a biologically-oriented mathematical model, of intermediate complexity, for the AIDS pandemic in the United States that is not only quantitatively consistent with the changing dynamics of the disease, but also allows them to estimate
  • United States urban policy: a question of scale?
  • Minority ; Polarization ; Poverty ; Segregation ; Social exclusion ; United States of America ; Urban policy
  • A case study of Rom gypsy residential mobility in the United States
  • Ethnic minority ; Family ; Internal migration ; Minority ; Society ; United States
  • Changing status of migrations to the United States
  • Assimilation ; Geographical practice ; Immigration ; International migration ; Pedagogy ; Segregation ; Teaching of geography ; United States
  • Types of barns in the eastern United States
  • Farm ; Regional disparities ; Rural landscape ; Typology ; United States
  • Air quality management in the United States and some policy considerations for South Africa
  • The implementation of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1970 in the United States offers a number of guidelines for similar action in South Africa. Similarities and contrasts are illustrated. - (AJC)
  • Patterns of undocumented migration, Mexico and the United States.
  • A spatially focused analysis of origins and destinations of the migration of Mexicans into the United States of America. (DOH).
  • Economic development and the distribution of income in the American States in Metropolitan and regional change in the United States.
  • State capitalism and the urban fiscal crisis in the United States
  • The management and autonomy of the local state: the role of the judicary in the United States in Special issue on state, the law and the spatial sciences.
  • Local control and financing of education: a perspective from the American state judiciary
  • Cultural studies ; Decision ; Education ; Finance ; Local administration ; School system ; State control ; Teaching ; United States
  • Local control of education in the United States today is more myth than reality. The American judiciary continues to justify its decisions concerning educational governance on the grounds of local control. Most states fund education through
  • a combuination of local, state and Federal taxes. The A. analyzes the state court decisions involving local control in school financing, with the intent of developing a more comprehensive interpretation of how local control arguments are used as justification
  • by the judiciary to uphold state policy.
  • Variability in high temperature extremes in the southeastern United States
  • Climatology ; Drought ; Forecast ; Seasonal variation ; Southern United States ; Spatial variation ; Statistics ; Temperature ; United States
  • Forty-one years of data from 13 first-order National Weather Service stations in the southeastern United States were analyzed to determine the spatial variability in the frequency and duration of hours and days when temperatures were ≥32°C (high
  • Regional-scale troughing over the southwestern United States: temporal climatology, teleconnections, and climatic impact
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Climatic variability ; Climatology ; Precipitation ; Regional climate ; Seasonal variation ; Teleconnection ; United States ; Western United States
  • in the precipitation climatology of the western and central United States.
  • Spatial pattern of temporal trends in moisture conditions in the southeastern United States
  • Climate ; Climatic variability ; Moisture ; Potential evapotranspiration ; Precipitation ; Southern United States ; United States
  • Temporal trends in annual Palmer's Drought Severity Index (PDSI) for 53 climate divisions are examined for the period 1895 to 1988 in the southeastern United States, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina
  • Rus in urbe : the spatial evolution of urban parks in the United States, 1850-1920
  • Diffusion ; Historical geography ; Landscape ; Nineteenth Century ; Time series ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban park
  • in the United States are mapped. Both types of parks, although serving different clientele, started in the industrial cities of northeastern United States. - (SLD)
  • Trends in fog frequency and duration in the southeast United States
  • Atmospheric moisture ; Climatic trend ; Fog ; Forecast ; Linear regression ; Southern United States ; United States of America ; Virginia
  • This study identifies the trends and frequency of fog events across the south-eastern United States. A simple linear regression was performed on hourly datasets for annual and seasonal fog-event days and on fog duration. The majority of Virginia
  • Latitudinal range variation of trees in the United States : a reanalysis of the applicability of Rapoport's rule
  • Biogeography ; Conifer ; Latitude ; Leafy ; Southern United States ; Spatial distribution ; Taxonomy ; Theory ; Tree ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • with Rapoport's rule in the United states are not restricted to high latitudes and are not the result of a boundedness effect but may be intimately linked with the glacial history and physical geography of North America.
  • The wonders and origins of four national parks in the southern United States
  • Leisure ; National park ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Nature reserve ; Southern United States ; Tourism ; United States
  • Between 1921 and 1941, four national parks were established in the USA : Hot Springs (Arkansas) ; Great Smokey Mountains (Tennessee-North Carolina) ; Shenandoah (Virginia) ; and Mammoth Cave (Kentucky). All the parks depended on private and state
  • Those benevolent boosters : spatial patterns of Kiwanis membership in the United States
  • Location ; Service ; United States of America
  • Paper begins with a history and description of service clubs in the United States, with special attention to Kiwanis. A. seeks to identify regions where Kiwanis membership is strong or weak and then to develop a socioeconomic profile of counties
  • (as in northern Midwest and Wyoming and Montana). Low LQ counties are in urbanized states such as Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Maryland. - (SLD)