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Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, Vol. 10, Issue 1 - New Issue Alert

Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences. Volume 10 Number 1 is now available online.

 

In this issue

Original Paper

Site selection for catch crop processing facilities

Masayuki Matsuoka, Takanori Masuda, Takahito Hase, Masato Yamada & Taku Fujiwara

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Original Paper

On farm non-agricultural activities: geographical determinants of diversification and intensification strategy

Fabio Boncinelli, Fabio Bartolini, Leonardo Casini & Gianluca Brunori

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Original Paper

Multinomial logit estimates of household location in the Chicago metropolitan area

William Sander & William A. Testa

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Original Paper

Weighting schemes in global VAR modelling: a forecasting exercise

Florian Martin & Jesús Crespo Cuaresma

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Original Paper

What comes first, residential or commercial development? Measuring the causal links for a Canadian city over a century

Jean Dubé, Charles-David Babin, Jean-Christophe Dubé, Hemza Lekkat, Alexandre Potvin & Olivier Ringue

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Original Paper

The spatial autocorrelation problem in spatial interaction modelling: a comparison of two common solutions

Daniel A. Griffith, Manfred M. Fischer & James LeSage

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Original Paper

Distance decay for supply and demand potentials

Börje Johansson & Johan Klaesson

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Original Paper

Relating cost-benefit analysis results with transport project decisions in the Netherlands

Jan Anne Annema, Koen Frenken, Carl Koopmans & Maarten Kroesen

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On cartel detection and Moran’s I

Johan Lundberg

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