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Communications in Applied Geography

J.W. Frazier, Pages: 1-6


Land Use and Land Cover Mapping and Related Research in the U.S. Geological Survey

J.R. Anderson, Pages: 7-18


A System for Land Use Analysis

C. Hallam, Pages: 19-34


Application of the USGS Land Use and Land Cover Maps and Data in Resource Planning and Management

R.E. Witmer, Pages: 35-42


Towards Conceptual Models of Education and Training in Applied Cartography

R.E. Dahlberg, Pages: 43-50


A Preliminary Report on the Real Time Cartographic Animation of Three Dimensional Objects

H. Moellering, Pages: 51-61


Automated Land Use Inventory Techniques for Transportation Corridor Studies

J.H. Hansen, Pages: 62-70


Applied Orthophotography in Water Facility Planning

G.C. Gustafson, Pages: 71-79


Bureau of the Census – Applied Geography

J. Silver, Pages: 80-92


A Discussion of Selective Legal and Statistical Boundaries Used by the Census Bureau

G. Ashley, Pages: 93-104


Applying Automated Mapping to census Activities

F.R. Broome, Pages: 105-111


GBF/DIME System – Development and Reference Source Problems

J. Sobel, Pages: 112-121


Applications of Geography in City and Regional Planning

H.M. Mayer, Pages: 122-129


Monitoring Metropolitan Growth: Indicators and Approaches

M.E. Harvey, C. Geiger, and R.T. Lewis, Pages: 130-149


An Analysis of the Impacts of Local Decision-Making and Retailing Changes on Urban Renewal

M. Budin, J.W. Frazier, and J. Missavage, Pages: 150-168


Regionalization at the Areawide Planning Level: The Merger of Subjective and Objective Methods

M.J. Salling, Pages: 169-182


Use of Travel Survey Data to Design a Commuter Ridersharing Program

T.M. Corsi, Pages: 183-192


NORR: Private Sector Development of a Public Planning System

G.A. Gezann, Pages: 193-198


The Spatial Analysis of Land Use Program

J.F. Lounsbury, Pages: 199-208


Employment Opportunities in the Federal Service for Geographers with Land Use Analysis Training

J.R. Anderson, Pages: 209-214


Local Market Demands and the Land Use Analyst

F.T. Aldrich and L.E. Zonn, Pages: 215-221


Application of the Nominal Group Technique to Urban Economic Development Planning

H.L. Hunker, Pages: 222-236


Spatial Considerations in the Planning of Urban Recreation Facilities: A Review and Empirical Example

F.A. Schoolmaster, Pages: 237-252


Sharing Applied to Parks maintenance Planning

J.R. Brown and R.W. Obee, Pages: 253-263


An Information Systems Approach to Environmental Management for Local Decision Makers

R.R. Brand, Pages: 264-275


Applied Rural Geography: An Illinois Example

I.  Vogeler, Pages: 276-287


Engineering hazards in Tropical Karst Terrain

M.J. Day, Pages: 288-298


Alternative Scenarios for Pennsylvania’s Coal Economy

D.L. Mach and C. G. Knight, Pages: 299-306


Geographic Scales of Economic and Environmental Impacts from Energy Facilities: The Colstrip Example

F.D. Muschett, Pages: 307-317


Some Directions in Applied Medical Geography: A Third World Perspective

S.M. Bhardwaj, Pages: 318-330


Nutritional Disorders in Africa South of the Sahara: Some Preliminary Patterns

J.L. Newman, Pages: 331-341


Effectiveness and Capabilities of Abortion Facility Information Dissemination

N.F. Henry, Pages: 342-360


The Growing Importance of Environmental Factors in Cancer Research

J.H. Butler and E. Lorenzen, Pages: 361-371


Marketing Geography: A Chronicle of 45 Years

B.J. Epstein, Pages: 372-379


Analog Modeling: A New Perspective on Store Site Selection

H.L. Green and D. Rogers, Pages: 380-388


The Impact of Tandem Banking Upon the Banking Structure in Maine

E. Schell, Pages: 389-398


Pamida-Gibson: A Locational Analysis of a Small Town Discounter

D.P. Brennan, Pages: 399-410