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Spatial homogamy, or sharing a similarity in geographical origin, is an under-researched dimension in homogamy studies. In the Netherlands, people tend to choose spatially homogamous partners. Moreover, there is considerable regional variation in spatial homogamy, even when residential location...
A landscape scale analysis of anthropogenic and natural disturbance indicates a significant negative relationship between the cumulative effects of forestry-related activities and the relative abundance of westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi, cutthroat trout) in southeastern...
The last two decades have been characterized by a growing number of Geographical Information System (GIS) applications to the field of health science. From a decision-making and policy perspective, undeniable benefits of GIS include the assessment of health needs and delivery of services, and...
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