ERIC Number: ED118467
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Reference Count: N/A
Ohio Geographers: Recent Research Themes. Volume Number 2: 1974.
Roder, Wolf, Ed.; Shelton, Marlyn L., Ed.
Ten professional geography research papers presented at the Geography Section of the 1974 annual meeting of the Ohio Academy of Science are provided. Six of the papers may be considered to fall under the broad classification of human geography, two others are about physical geography, while the remaining two seek to improve the craft of modern cartography. The titles of the ten papers are (1) A Factorial Ecology of Cincinnati's Black Residential Areas; (2) Structural Bases of Sex Ratios in India; (3) Cannonical Analysis of Crime and Their Socioeconomic Indicators; (4) A Spatial Perception Study of Cincinnati: A View from Newport; (5) Black Caribs in Two Societies: Differential Acculturation Rates; (6) The Ejido System in Mexico: An Example of Agrarian Reform; (7) Some Interrelationships of Parent Materials, Soils, and Land Use in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; (8) The Use of Factor Analysis in the Production of Soil Resource Maps for Regional Planning Studies; (9) Preliminary Investigations of the Dispersal of Air Contaminants over the Northeast District of Ohio; and (10) An Urban Atlas, or Only Computer-Mapping: Which Way Should Geographers Go? (Author/DE)
Descriptors: Area Studies, Cross Cultural Studies, Ecology, Geographic Concepts, Geography, Higher Education, Human Geography, Land Use, Map Skills, Physical Geography, Research, Social Science Research, Soil Science
Department of Geography, University of Akron, Akron, Ohio 44325 ($2.00)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Cincinnati Univ., OH. Dept. of Geography.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio