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population potential

population potential

Disease as a Potential Factor in Population Changes

Evolutionary potential and constraints in wild populations

Minimizing Potential Resistance: A Population Dynamics View

Simple Formulas for Gauging the Potential Impacts of Population Stratification Bias

Aging Populations, Pension Operations, Potential Economic Disappointment, and Its Allocation

Potential cardioembolic sources in an elderly population without stroke A transthoracic and transoesophageal echocardiographic study in randomly selected volunteers

Potential for population-level disturbance by active sonar in herring

Spatial quantification of the world population potentially exposed to Zika virus

Potential population impact of changes in heroin treatment and smoking prevalence rates: using Population Impact Measures

Multiple paternity in a wild population of the corn mouse: its potential adaptive significance for females

Potential Influences of Whaling on the Status and Trends of Pinniped Populations

Determination and Consideration of Flight Potential in a Laboratory Population of True Armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)

Potential to Link Dietary Patterns in the Food Supply and Populations to Health

Modeling Dendritic Cell Vaccination for Influenza Prophylaxis: Potential Applications for Niche Populations

Population structure, virulence potential and antibiotic susceptibility of uropathogenic Escherichia coli from Northwest England

A Population-Based Study of Hepatitis D Virus as Potential Risk Factor for Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Overwintering populations of Anabaena, Aphanizomenon and Microcystis as potential inocula for summer blooms

 

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The accessibility of people from a given point.population pontential, V1=∑j=1nP1dij=P1di1+P2di2+P3di3…+Pndinwhere the population potential (V1) at point i is the summation (Σ) of n populations (j) accessible to the point i divided by their distance (dij) to that point. Transport costs may be used instead of distance.

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