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The geographical analysis of population : with applications to planning and business

Author: David Plane; Peter Rogerson
Publisher: New York : J. Wiley, ©1994.
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Plane, David.
Geographical analysis of population.
New York : J. Wiley, ©1994
(OCoLC)654809217
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Plane; Peter Rogerson
ISBN: 0471510149 9780471510147 0471600016 9780471600015
OCLC Number: 29548687
Description: xvi, 417 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Introduction. 1.1. Why Study Population? 1.2. The World Scale: Potential Consequences of Population Change. 1.3. The National Scale: Age Composition and Migration Pattern Shifts. 1.4. The Local Scale: A School Reassignment Case Study. 1.5. The Interdisciplinary Organization of Population Research. 1.6. Sources of Population Data --
Ch. 2. Population Distribution and Composition. 2.2. Population Distribution. 2.3. Measuring Accessibility. 2.4. Population Composition. 2.5. Geographic Association --
Ch. 3. Describing Demographic Change. 3.2. Population Growth (and Decline). 3.3. Components of Change and Demographic Accounting. 3.4. Measures of Mortality. 3.5. Life Tables: Construction and Interpretation. 3.6. Measures of Fertility --
Ch. 4. Migration: Analyzing the Geographic Patterns. 4.2. Migration Definition and Measurement. 4.3. Measures of Migration. 4.4. The Relationship Between In- and Out-Migration. 4.5. Disaggregating by Migrant Characteristics. 4.6. Methods for Analyzing Geographic Patterns of Migration --
Ch. 5. Population Estimation. 5.2. Simple Interpolation and Extrapolation. 5.3. The Regression or Ratio-Correlation Method. 5.4. Component Methods. 5.5. Housing-Unit Methods. 5.6. Evaluating Estimates --
Ch. 6. Population Projections. 6.2. Elementary Extrapolative Methods. 6.3. The Single-Region Cohort Component Model. 6.4. Cohort Component Models with Migration. 6.5. School Enrollment Projections. 6.6. Projecting the Demographic Structure of Organizations --
Ch. 7. Modeling and Forecasting Migration. 7.2. What Migration Quantity to Model? 7.3. The Gravity Model. 7.4. The Intervening Opportunities Model. 7.5. Temporally Varying Transitional Probabilities. 7.6. Economic Gravity Models. 7.7. Toward Economic-Demographic Models --
Ch. 8. The Role of Population in Infrastructure Planning. 8.2. Urban Travel Forecasting. 8.3. Recreation Facilities Planning. 8.4. Site Location. 8.5. Impediments to the Production of Improved Forecasts. 8.6. Optimal Demand Assignment Methods. 8.7. The Use of Forecasts in Decision Making --
Ch. 9. Household Demography. 9.2. A Brief Look at Households, Location, and Relocation in the United States. 9.3. Geographic Concepts Relevant to the Study of Households. 9.4. Demographic and Geographic Analysis of Households --
Ch. 10. Demographics. 10.2. The Measurement of Diversity and Segregation. 10.3. Factorial Ecology. 10.4. Cluster Analysis for Defining Socially Homogeneous Areas. 10.5. Life-Style Clustering for Market Segmentation and Targeting --
Ch. 11. Demographic and Geographic Information Systems for Population Analysis. 11.2. A Brief Historical Account of Early Population Mapping. 11.3. TIGER: A Digital Cartographic Database. 11.4. Geographic Information Systems. 11.5. Demographic and Geographic Information Systems for Population Analysis. 11.6. Some Capabilities of Demographic and Geographic Information Systems Relevant to Population Analysis. 11.7. Limitations of GIS Used for Population Analysis --
Ch. 12. Conclusions. 12.1. Importance of the Geographical Analysis of Population. 12.2. Scale. 12.3. Long-Term Perspectives on Population Change. 12.4. Geographic Perspectives on Future Population Change --
Appendix A Addresses for U.S. Organizations of Interest --
Appendix B Geographical Subunits and Hierarchical Relationships --
Appendix C Logarithms --
Appendix D Matr.
Responsibility: David A. Plane, Peter A. Rogerson.
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