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LANDUSE: a computer program for laboratory use in economic geography courses
Duane Francis Marble
Bibliography: p. 71.
|Statement||by Duane F. Marble and Bruce M. Anderson.|
|Series||Association of American Geographers. Commission on College Geography. Technical paper,, no. 8, Technical paper (Association of American Geographers. Commission on College Geography) ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Anderson, Bruce M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||G58 .A83 no. 8, HD110 .A83 no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||70189378|
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Landuse: A Computer Program for Laboratory Use in. Economic Geography Courses, Technical Paper No. INSTITUTION Association pf American Geographers, Washington, D.C.
Commission on College Geography. SPONS AGENCY Rational Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. PUB DATE. NOTE. 74p. \ EDRS PRICE MF-$ HC-$ PLUS POSTAGE. Study of cities: origin, development, distribution, social, economic, and demographic significance.
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