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Summary It has been argued that the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) is well‐suited for making decisions in national parks. This paper argues that the adoption of the ROS in New South Wales has been inappropriate, and that its effect will be destructive. Criticism is directed firstly at the...
Summary Factor analysis of interurban telephone traffic in all Australian states confirms generally accepted views on levels of functional centralization within each state and demonstrates that only a limited, spatially discontinuous array of major non‐metropolitan regions exists, satisfying...
Summary Central place models assume that consumers only purchase one good of a given order during a single shopping trip. This assumption is relaxed in this paper to allow the purchase of several orders of goods on any given trip. The implications of this for Central Place Theory are then...
Summary American involvement in many aspects of Australian agriculture is increasing. Apart from capital investment, growing numbers of Americans are seeking a new ‘frontier’ across the Pacific and are having a powerful impact on the pace and scale of rural development in Australia. Australian...
Summary Man's impacts on river systems now constitute a major area of study in modern fluvial geomorphology. Catchment alterations involving deforestation, grazing, cropping, urbanization and any conservation practices causes changes in the delivery of water and sediment to the drainage channel....
THE DISCOVERY OF AUSTRALIA. THE CHARTS AND MAPS OF THE NAVIGATORS AND EXPLORERS by T. M. Perry. 27 x 37 cm, 159 pages, plates. Nelson: Melbourne 1982 (ISBN 0 17 006069 1) $A60.00 EARLY ILLAWARRA: People, Houses, Life (An Australia 1838 Monograph) by K. Henderson and T. Henderson. 29 x 21 cm,...
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