eBook Spatial epidemiology (London papers in regional science) download
by R.W. Thomas
Author: R.W. Thomas
Publisher: Pion (1990)
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Each contributor to this book addresses one of the contemporary debates concerning issues such as the . Series: London papers in regional science. Paperback: 250 pages. Publisher: Pion Ltd (July 1, 1990).
Each contributor to this book addresses one of the contemporary debates concerning issues such as the interpretation of cancer clusters. ISBN-13: 978-0850861488. Package Dimensions: . x . inches.
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Spatial epidemiology is a subfield of health geography focused on the study of the spatial distribution of health outcomes. Specifically, spatial epidemiology is concerned with the description and examination of disease and its geographic variations. This is done in consideration of demographic, environmental, behavioral, socioeconomic, genetic, and infections risk factors.
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Topics in regional science include, but are not limited to location theory or spatial economics, location modeling .
Topics in regional science include, but are not limited to location theory or spatial economics, location modeling, transportation, migration analysis, land use and urban development, interindustry analysis, environmental and ecological analysis, resource management, urban and regional policy analysis, geographical information systems, and spatial data analysis. In the broadest sense, any social science analysis that has a spatial dimension is embraced by regional scientists. YouTube Encyclopedic. Regional science was founded in the late 1940s when some economists began to become dissatisfied with the low level of regional economic analysis and felt an urge to upgrade it.