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This article examines the significance of spatial dependence in judicial activity rates using aggregated geographical data of 60 Mexican metropolitan areas. It begins with a theoretical discussion on spatial variation, spatial dependence, and spatial heterogeneity. Later, spatial statistics...
The process of urban land use change is influenced by the interactions of various stakeholders who have conflicting values and priorities. These interactions, which are characterized by a strong competition for advantageous land locations, can be represented by an agent-based model in order to...
Human values are embedded in forest management decisions but are rarely systematically and explicitly included in the decision process. National legislation for public lands often provides conflicting goals but little guidance for agencies such as the U.S. Forest Service to operationalize public...
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