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time-geography


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time-geography

time‐geography

time-space geography

Geographies of Time

time-space geography

time–space geography

Time trends and geographic differences in suicide: implications for prevention

Clostridium difficile infection, hospital geography and time‐space clustering

International business and economic geography: knowledge, time and transactions costs

Shorter notice. Society in Time and Space: A Geographical Perspective on Change. Robert Dodgshon

Occupational engagement among community dwelling older people: A time-geographic perspective

“My God, They Must Have Riots on Those Things all the Time”: African American Geographies and Bodies on Northern Urban Public Transportation, 1915–1940

Geographical Variation in Body Size, Development Time, and Wing Dimorphism in the Cricket Velarifictorus micado (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)

Geographic distribution of Karlodinium veneficum in the US east coast as detected by ITS–ferredoxin real-time PCR assay

The Most Frequent Aminoglycoside Resistance Mechanisms—Changes with Time and Geographic Area: A Reflection of Aminoglycoside Usage Patterns?

Time trends and geographical variations in mortality due to suicide and causes of undetermined intent in Spain, 1991–2008

Society in Time and Space: A Geographical Perspective on Change. By Robert A. Dodgshon (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998. xii plus 230pp. $59.95/cloth $19.95/paperback)

Is spawning time of marine fish imprinted in the genes? A two-generation experiment on local Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.) populations from different geographical regions

Geographic variation in patient and hospital characteristics, management, and clinical outcomes in ST-elevation myocardial infarction treated with fibrinolysis. Results from InTIME-II

 

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An approach to the study of human behaviour, pioneered by the Swedish geographer Torsten Hagerstrand, which emphasizes the movement of individuals simultaneously across time and space.

Subjects: Archaeology.


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