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First in its specialty area and one of the most frequently cited publications in geography, Geographical Analysis has, since 1969, presented significant advances in geographical theory, model building, and quantitative methods to geographers and scholars in a wide spectrum of related fields. Traditionally, mathematical and nonmathematical articulations of geographical therory, and statements and discussions of the analytic paradigm are published in the journal. Spatial data analyses and spatial econometrics and statistics are strongly represented.
published byThe Ohio State University Press
viewing issueVolume 34, Number 1, January 2002
Table of Contents
- A Typology of Spatial and Temporal Scale Relations
- pp. 21-33
- DOI: 10.1353/geo.2002.0005
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