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Nature of the series

The School of Geography has hosted a Working Paper series since 1971. This was designed as an outlet for research ideas and results that authors could disseminate quickly, often to obtain feedback before journal submission. Other papers were used to hold material that journals did not have space for. The papers were not peer reviewed, though a series editor cast a brief eye over them before issue. Until the mid-1990s they were produced on paper in various formats (A4, A5; single-sided, double sided). From the mid-1990s they have been published online, though their location within the School of Geography web site has changed from time to time.

Why and how the digitising was done

Because of the move to new premises in 2015, there was the danger that this corpus of knowledge would be lost, as filing cabinets full of Working Papers had to be sent for recycling. Fortunately, modern technology came to the rescue in the form of multi-function devices (MFDs) with quick scanning capability. Most of the collection back to 1979 has been digitised by Philip Rees, Professor Emeritus, with help from administrative staff Jan Wakefield, Calum Carson, Fikir Assefa and visiting fellow Pia Wohland. Papers between 1978 and 1971 remain to be digitised from copies held in the University of Leeds Library and the British Library over the next year. The quality of the digital capture is a little variable, depending on the quality of the paper original and the performance of the MFDs.

Message to authors

We hope you will find this digital repository of your research a useful resource. If you hold a better paper copy than the one digitised, please get in touch with Phil Rees (p.h.rees(at)leeds.ac.uk) to arrange upgrade to the digital copy. Similarly, if you have paper or digital versions of papers between 1979 and the present that are missing from the collection, please get in touch.

Message to readers

Please be aware that there may be missing working papers anywhere in the series, but particularly in the years 1971-1979. You will get a message saying that a link cannot be made. Over the next year these missing links should diminish steadily.

  • Commuting to Work in the United Kingdom: Definitions, Concepts, Trends and Patterns
    Thomas Murphy, John Stillwell, Lisa Buckner (2013) Working Paper 13/01
  • Exploring the potential of microdata from a large commercial survey for the analysis of demographic and lifestyle characteristics of internal migration in Great Britain
    Michael Thomas, Myles Gould, John Stillwell (2012) Working Paper 12/03
  • LandParcelS: A Module for Automated Land Partitioning
    Demetris Demetriou, John Stillwell, Linda See (2012) Working Paper 12/02
  • Relational models of disability: what technique should be used to estimate parameters?
    Alan Marshall (2012) Working Paper 12/01
  • The development and evaluation of a new model for measuring land fragmentation
    Demetris Demetriou, John Stillwell, Linda See (2011) Working Paper 11/05
  • Data Sources and Estimation Methods for Sub-national Migration in the United Kingdom
    Nik Lomax, John Stillwell, Paul Norman, Philip Rees (2011) Working Paper 11/04
  • Immigrants to England and Wales: Where do they come from and where do they settle? An analysis of 2001 Census immigration by ethnic group
    John Stillwell, Sarah McNulty (2011) Working Paper 11/03
  • A multi-attribute decision-making module for the evaluation of alternative land consolidation plans
    Demetris Demetriou, John Stillwell, Linda See (2011) Working Paper 11/02
  • The Tale of Two Cities: Diversity in Leeds and Warsaw
    Aneta Piekut, Philip Rees, Gill Valentine, Marek Kupiszewski (2011) Working Paper 11/01
  • A Geodemographic Classification of Primary Schools in London
    Anne Gibbs, John Stillwell, Linda See (2010) Working Paper 10/09
  • The Internal Migration of Britain's Ethnic Groups
    John Stillwell (2010) Working Paper 10/08
  • LandSpacES: A Design Module for Land Consolidation - Method and Application
    Demetris Demetriou, John Stillwell, Linda See (2010) Working Paper 10/07
  • Understanding and Validating Acxiom’s Research Opinion Poll Data
    Chris Thompson, John Stillwell, Martin Clarke, Carl Bradbrook (2010) Working Paper 10/06
  • GIS Applications for Fire and Rescue Service Operations in Montpellier, France
    Yves Jazeron, John Stillwell (2010) Working Paper 10/05
  • West Yorkshire - A demographic case study
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell, Peter Boden, Adam Dennett (2010) Working Paper 10/04
  • London - A demographic case study
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell, Peter Boden, Adam Dennett (2010) Working Paper 10/03
  • Ethnic Population Projections for the UK and Local Areas, 2001-2051
    Pia Wohland, Philip Rees, Paul Norman, Peter Boden, Martyna Jasinska (2010) Working Paper 10/02
  • Evaluating an Agent-Based Model of Burglary
    Nick Malleson, Alison Heppenstall, Linda See, Andrew Evans (2010) Working Paper 10/01
  • Simulating Burglary with an Agent-Based Model
    Nick Malleson, Alison Heppenstall, Linda See, Andrew Evans (2009) Working Paper 09/03
  • A new migration classification for local authority districts in Britain
    Adam Dennett, John Stillwell (2009) Working Paper 09/02
  • Why do so few women give birth at home? Interpreting place in childbirth discourse
    Jo Dagustun (2009) Working Paper 09/01
  • Country of birth and country of residence influences on self-reported health: a British analysis using individual-level data
    Paul Norman (2008) Working Paper 08/05
  • Estimates of Ethnic Mortality in the UK
    Philip Rees, Pia Wohland (2008) Working Paper 08/04
  • Internal Migration of Ethnic Groups in England and Wales by Age and District Type
    Serena Hussain, John Stillwell (2008) Working Paper 08/03
  • Ethnic group migration within Britain during 2000-01: a district level analysis.
    John Stillwell, Serena Hussain (2008) Working Paper 08/02
  • Internal migration in Great Britain – a district level analysis using 2001 Census data
    Adam Dennett, John Stillwell (2008) Working Paper 08/01
  • Travel to Work in Nottingham: An Analysis of Environmental Impacts and Mitigating Policies
    Allan Leith (2007) Working Paper 07/07
  • SimHealth: Estimating Small Area Populations using Deterministic Spatial Microsimulation in Leeds and Bradford
    Dianna M Smith, Kirk Harland, Graham Clarke (2007) Working Paper 07/06
  • Interaction data sets in the UK: an audit
    Adam Dennett, Oliver Duke-Williams, John Stillwell (2007) Working Paper 07/05
  • WaND Briefing Note 28 - Revised Options for UK Domestic Water Reduction: A Review
    Patrick Sim, Adrian McDonald, John Parsons, Philip Rees (2007) Working Paper 07/04
  • Using PLASC data to identify patterns of commuting to school, residential migration & movement between schools in Leeds
    Kirk Harland, John Stillwell (2007) Working Paper 07/03
  • Commuting to School in Leeds: How useful is the PLASC?
    Kirk Harland, John Stillwell (2007) Working Paper 07/02
  • MACROWater: a Top-down, Policy-driven Model for Forecasting Domestic Water Demand
    John Parsons, Philip Rees, Patrick Sim, Adrian McDonald (2007) Working Paper 07/01
  • SimCrime: A Spatial Microsimulation Model for the Analysing of Crime in Leeds.
    Charatdao Kongmuang, Graham Clarke, Andrew Evans, Jianhui Jin (2006) Working Paper 06/01
  • The options for UK domestic water reduction : a review
    Patrick Sim, John Parsons, Philip Rees, Adrian McDonald (2005) Working Paper 05/03
  • Creating the national classification of census output areas : data, methods and results
    Daniel Vickers, Philip Rees, Mark Birkin (2005) Working Paper 05/02
  • Delivering census interaction data to user : data provision and software development
    James Debenham, Graham Clarke and John Stillwell (2005) Working Paper 05/01
  • A new classification of UK local authorities using 2001 census key statistics
    Daniel Vickers, Philip Rees, Mark Birkin (2003) Working Paper 03/03
  • The difficulty of linking two differently aggregated spatial datasets : using a look-up table to link postal sectors and 1991 census enumeration districts
    Daniel Vickers (2003) Working Paper 03/02
  • Methodologies for the automatic location of academic and educational texts on the internet
    Linda Oxnard, Andrew Evans (2003) Working Paper 03/01
  • GIS application to support land administration services in Ghana: institutional factors and software developments
    Isaac Bonsu Karikari, John Stillwell, Steve Carver (2002) Working Paper 02/02
  • Understanding geodemographic classification : creating the building blocks for an extension
    James Debenham (2002) Working Paper 02/01
  • A new migration classification for local authority districts in Britain
    Adam Dennett, John Stillwell (2001) Working Paper 01/09
  • Macroinvertebrates, heavy metals and PAHs in urban water courses
    Gary Beasley, Pauline Kneale (2001) Working Paper 01/07
  • Achieving data compatibility over space and time : creating consistent geographical zones
    Paul Norman, Philip Rees, Paul Boyle (2001) Working Paper 01/06
  • Deriving supply-side variables to extend geodemographic classification
    James Debenham, Graham Clarke, John Stillwell (2001) Working Paper 01/05
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Denmark case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Sven Illeris, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (2001) Working Paper 01/02
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Sweden case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Lars-Erik Borgegard, Urban Fransson, Johan Hakansson, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (2001) Working Paper 01/01
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Spain case study
    Arlinda Garc¡a Coll, John Stillwell (2000) Working Paper 00/08
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Finland case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Elli Heikkila, Mauri Nieminen, Helen Durham, Philip Rees, Dorota Kupiszewska (2000) Working Paper 00/07
  • Applied research through partnership : the experience of the Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Research Observatory
    John Stillwell (2000) Working Paper 00/06
  • Harmonising databases for the cross national study of internal migration : lessons from Australia and Britain
    Philip Rees, Martin Bell, Oliver Duke-Williams, Marcus Blake (2000) Working Paper 00/05
  • The development of a web-based interface to census interaction data
    John Stillwell, Oliver Duke-Williams (2000) Working Paper 00/04
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : France case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Brigitte Baccaini, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (2000) Working Paper 00/03
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Switzerland case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Martin Schuler, Marc Reichle, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (2000) Working Paper 00/02
  • Geoinformation, geotechnology and geoplanning in the 1990s
    Stan Geertman, John Stillwell (2000) Working Paper 00/01
  • Spatial working patterns of working age inter-provincial migration in Spain, 1988-94
    John Stillwell, Arlinda Garc¡a Coll (1999) Working Paper 99/06
  • Equity trading in an era of globalising interdependencies
    Niall Majury (1999) Working Paper 99/05
  • Local knowledge and global markets?: insights from the re-scaling of investment banking
    Niall Majury (1999) Working Paper 99/04
  • Putting iterative proportional fitting on the researcher's desk
    Paul Norman (1999) Working Paper 99/03
  • An age-period-cohort data base of inter-regional migration in Australia and Britain, 1976-96
    Martin Bell, Philip Rees, Marcus Blake, Oliver Duke-Williams (1999) Working Paper 99/02
  • Business appreciation of global atmospheric change : the UK refrigeration industry
    Frances Drake, Martin Purvis, Jane Hunt (1999) Working Paper 99/01
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Estonia case study
    Kalev Katus, Marek Kupiszewski, Philip Rees, Luule Sakkeus, Anne Herm, David Powell (1998) Working Paper 98/14
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Portugal case study
    Philip Rees, Maria Jose Carrilho, Joao Peixoto, Helen Durham, Marek Kupiszewski (1998) Working Paper 98/13
  • Global atmospheric change and the UK refrigeration industry : redefining problems and contesting solutions
    Martin Purvis, Jane Hunt, Frances Drake (1998) Working Paper 98/12
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : German case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Hansjorg Bucher, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (1998) Working Paper 98/11
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Czech case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Dusan Drbohlav, Philip Rees, Helen Durham (1998) Working Paper 98/10
  • The 2001 Census: What Interfaces do we want? (Second Workshop)
    Philip Rees (1998) Working Paper 98/09
  • The 2001 Census: What Geography do we want? (First Workshop)
    Philip Rees (1998) Working Paper 98/08
  • The 2001 census : what do we really, really want?
    Philip Rees (1998) Working Paper 98/07
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Netherlands case study
    Philip Rees, Evert van Imhoff, Helen Durham, Marek Kupiszewski,Darren Smith (1998) Working Paper 98/06
  • Look-up Tables to Link 1991 Population Statistics to the 1998 Local Government Areas
    Tom Wilson, Philip Rees (1998) Working Paper 98/05
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Norway case study
    Philip Rees, Lars Ostby, Helen Durham, Marek Kupiszewski (1998) Working Paper 98/04
  • The spatial dynamics of Britain's ethnic communities : estimating the changing ethnic geography of London, 1981-91
    Andrew Peloe, Philip Rees, Deborah Philips (1998) Working Paper 98/03
  • The effect of Supersonic Transports on the Global Environment: A Debate Revisited
    ? Working Paper 98/02
  • Inter-provincial migration in Spain : age-specific patterns and geographical classifications
    Arlinda Garcia Coll, John Stillwell (1998) Working Paper 98/01
  • Business constructions of the environment
    Jane Hunt, Martin Purvis, Frances Drake (1997) Working Paper 97/12
  • Projection of Central and East European populations : the model, the data and preliminary results
    Marek Kupiszewski, Dorota Kupiszewska (1997) Working Paper 97/11
  • Markets & globalisation : towards framing economic action & the space economy
    Niall Majury (1997) Working Paper 97/10
  • Third Workshop: the 2001 Census - Special datasets: what do we want. A report to the ESRC and JISC based on contributions to the Third ESRC/JISC Workshop Planning for the 2001 Census, September 1997, Royal Geographical Society, London.
    Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/09
  • Measuring confidentiality risks in census data
    Stan Openshaw, Oliver Duke-Williams, Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/08
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Romanian case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, D Berinde, V Teodorescu, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/07
  • Migration statistics from the 2001 census : what do we want?
    Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/06
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Italy case study
    Philip Rees, E Todisco, V Terra Abrami, Helen Durham, Marek Kupiszewski (1997) Working Paper 97/05
  • Marriage and migration in China
    Caroline Hoy (1997) Working Paper 97/04
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : Polish case study
    Marek Kupiszewski, Helen Durham, Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/03
  • High performance computing and geography : developments, issues and case studies
    Ian Turton, Stan Openshaw (1997) Working Paper 97/02
  • The debate about the geography of the 2001 Census : collected papers from 1995-6
    Philip Rees (1997) Working Paper 97/01
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics in Europe : United Kingdom case study
    Philip Rees, Helen Durham, Marek Kupiszewski (1996) Working Paper 96/20
  • The second demographic transition : what does it mean for the future of Europe's population?
    Philip Rees (1996) Working Paper 96/19
  • Using GIS to explore the technical and social aspects of site selection for radioactive waste disposal facilities
    Steve Carver, Stan Openshaw (1996) Working Paper 96/18
  • Developing new approaches to spatial decision support : putting GIS on the web
    Steve Carver et al (1996) Working Paper 96/17
  • Wilderness Britain? : using GIS and multi-criteria evaluation techniques to map the wilderness continuum
    Steve Carver (1996) Working Paper 96/16
  • Staff and student perspectives of student motivation following modularisation, a tension in academia
    Pauline Kneale (1996) Working Paper 96/15
  • British agriculture and wildlife : twentieth century change and opportunities for the future
    Richard Smith, Margaret Atherden, Robert Eyre (1996) Working Paper 96/14
  • A social science benchmark (SSB/1) code for serial, vector and parallel supercomputers
    Stan Openshaw, Joanna Schmidt (1996) Working Paper 96/13
  • From Ramble City to the screening of the eye : Blade runner, death and symbolic exchange
    Marcus Doel, David Clarke (1996) Working Paper 96/12
  • Virtual worlds : simulation, suppletion, seduction and simulacra
    Marcus Doel, David Clarke (1996) Working Paper 96/11
  • Consumption and the city, modern and postmodern
    David Clarke (1996) Working Paper 96/10
  • The detection of phenol in upland water supply catchments using ultra-violet absorption spectrophotometry
    J A Foster, Adrian McDonald (1996) Working Paper 96/09
  • Biodynamic agriculture and traditional farming practices in Sri Lanka : a study of the potential of biodynamic agriculture for alleviating current agricultural problems
    Rohana Ulluwishewa (1996) Working Paper 96/08
  • Women, migration and current urban dynamics in China : fertility and family planning
    Caroline Hoy (1996) Working Paper 96/07
  • Computer simulation of river channel simulation
    A P Nicholas (1996) Working Paper 96/06
  • A review of biomass and biomass mixed with coal in heat and power generation
    Anouk Kendall, Adrian McDonald,Alan Williams (1996) Working Paper 96/05
  • Negotiating new forms of urban governance : the case of Hertfordshire
    Julie Charlesworth (1996) Working Paper 96/04
  • Forecasting international migration in European countries in transition
    Marek Kupiszewski (1996) Working Paper 96/03
  • Modelling and optimising flows using parallel spatial interaction models
    Ian Turton, Stan Openshaw (1996) Working Paper 96/02
  • Internal migration and regional population dynamics : what data are available in the Council of Europe member states?
    Philip Rees, Marek Kupiszewski (1996) Working Paper 96/01
  • Home thoughts about abroad : British business perceptions of national and international environmental regimes : the case of stratospheric ozone depletion
    Martin Purvis et al (1995) Working Paper 95/22
  • Bore-hole instruments to measure glacier basal motion
    Philip Porter, Tavi Murray (1995) Working Paper 95/21
  • Methods for estimating missing data on migrants in the 1991 census
    Philip Rees, Oliver Duke-Williams (1995) Working Paper 95/20
  • Migration between Euro-regions in the United Kingdom
    John Stillwell, Philip Rees, Oliver Duke-Williams (1995) Working Paper 95/19
  • For a critique of the urban political economy of the sign
    Marcus Doel, David Clarke (1995) Working Paper 95/18
  • Water soluble colour in upland peat soils : the effect of forestry on the colour store
    Sean Reynolds, Pauline Kneale, Adrian McDonald (1995) Working Paper 95/17
  • User-centred intelligent spatial analysis of point data
    Stan Openshaw, Tim Perree (1995) Working Paper 95/16
  • Parallel spatial interaction modelling on the KSR1-64 supercomputer
    Stan Openshaw, Robert Sumner (1995) Working Paper 95/15
  • Developing spatial analysis functions relevant to GIS environments
    Stan Openshaw, Graham Clarke (1995) Working Paper 95/13
  • Fragmenting uncertainties : British business and responses to stratospheric ozone depletion
    Martin Purvis et al (1995) Working Paper 95/12
  • Retail saturation, retail location, and retail competition : an analysis of British grocery retailing
    Paul Langston, Graham Clarke, David Clarke (1995) Working Paper 95/11
  • The potential of GIS and spatial modelling for planning in the new education market
    Graham Clarke and Robert Langley (1995) Working Paper 95/10
  • A pilot study in which geography students assess their learning using computer-marked tests
    James Hogg (1995) Working Paper 95/09
  • Accuracy of Polish forecasts and demographic projections : some methodological aspects
    Marek Kupiszewski (1995) Working Paper 95/08
  • Temporal and spatial variations of observed and projected age structures in Poland in the nineteen eighties
    Marek Kupiszewski (1995) Working Paper 95/07
  • On the dialectic of the consuming subject in space
    David Clarke (1995) Working Paper 95/06
  • Selecting variables for small area classifications of 1991 UK census data
    Marcus Blake, Stan Openshaw (1995) Working Paper 95/05
  • Transpolitical geography
    David Clarke, Marcus Doel (1995) Working Paper 95/04
  • Making use of population projection in transport analysis
    Yim-Ling Sui, Philip Rees (1995) Working Paper 95/03
  • Using a simple genetic alogarithm to calibrate spatial interaction models
    Gary Diplock, Stan Openshaw (1995) Working Paper 95/02
  • Greece: population change, components and internal migration
    Giorgios Papadakis,John Stillwell (1995) Working Paper 95/01
  • Co-operation in context : two studies in the history and geography of consumers' co-operation in Britain and Europe, circa 1850 to 1920
    Martin Purvis (1994) Working Paper 94/22
  • Holocaust topologies : singularity, politics, space / David B. Clarke, Marcus A. Doel and Francis X. McDonough.
    David Clarke, Marcus Doel and Francis McDonough (1994) Working Paper 94/21
  • The special migration statistics : a vital resource for research into British migration
    Philip Rees, Oliver Duke-Williams (1994) Working Paper 94/20
  • The adjustment of population and household projections for strategic planning purposes
    John Stillwell (1994) Working Paper 94/19
  • Some geographical applications of high performance computing
    Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/18
  • Using neurocomputing methods to classify Britain's residential areas
    Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/17
  • Database and desktop mapping of the population and housing of Moscow for the atlas of European cities
    Galina Gornostayeva (1994) Working Paper 94/16
  • What is GIS able spatial analysis?
    Openshaw, Stan. Working Paper 94/15
  • USAR : putting the 1991 sample of anonymised records on your workstation
    Ian Turton, Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/14
  • Developing intelligent geodemographic targeting systems
    Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/13
  • Transpolitical urbanism : suburban anomalies and ambient fear
    Marcus Doel, David Clarke (1994) Working Paper 94/12
  • A graduates and employers database system as a strategic resource for geography departments
    James Hogg (1994) Working Paper 94/11
  • Computational human geography : exploring the geocyberspace
    Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/10
  • Stratospheric ozone depletion : an overview of the scientific debate
    Frances Drake (1994) Working Paper 94/09
  • Key issues in subnational projection models
    Philip Rees (1994) Working Paper 94/08
  • Re-engineering 1991 census geography : serial and parallel algorithms for unconstrained zone design
    Stan Openshaw, Liang Rao (1994) Working Paper 94/07
  • A step-by-step guide to accessing the 1991 SAR via USAR
    Ian Turton, Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/06
  • Migration and policy in the European Union
    Andrew Convey, Marek Kupiszewski (1994) Working Paper 94/05
  • Migration from eastern Europe to European Community : current trends and future development
    Marek Kupiszewski (1994) Working Paper 94/04
  • Developing smart and intelligent target marketing systems
    Stan Openshaw (1994) Working Paper 94/03
  • Problems, biology and modelling of cyanobacterial blooms
    Alan Howard et al (1994) Working Paper 94/02
  • GIS implementation in Poland : methodological doubts and practical solutions
    Malgorzata Bartnicka, Slawomir Bartnicki, Marek Kupiszewski (1994) Working Paper 94/01
  • A concepts-rich approach to spatial analysis, theory generation, and scientific discovery in GIS using massively parallel computing
    Stan Openshaw (1993) Working Paper 93/27
  • Developing automated and smart spatial pattern exploration tools for GIS applications
    Stan Openshaw (1993) Working Paper 93/26
  • Marketing spatial analysis : a review of prospects and technologies relevant to marketing
    Stan Openshaw (1993) Working Paper 93/25
  • Computational human geography : towards a research agenda
    Stan Openshaw (1993) Working Paper 93/24
  • The return home? Albert Wendt, Migration and Identity in Polynesia
    John Connell (1993) Working Paper 93/23
  • From pastiche city to the screening of the Eye? Or, geographies of a diegesis : postmodernism, hyperspace and simulation in the screening of Blade Runner
    Marcus Doel, David Clarke (1993) Working Paper 93/22
  • Research on the 1991 census : conference held at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, 13-15 September 1993 : a report
    Tony Champion, Philip Rees (1993) Working Paper 93/21
  • The socioeconomic position of ethnic minorities in two Northern cities
    Philip Rees, Deborah Phillips, Dominic Medway (1993) Working Paper 93/20
  • The spatial patterns of British migration in 1991 in the context of 1975-92 trends
    John Stillwell, Oliver Duke-Williams, Philip Rees (1993) Working Paper 93/19
  • MetaC91 : a database about published 1991 Census table contents : Windows 3.1 version
    Paul Williamson (1993) Working Paper 93/18
  • MetaC91 : a database about published 1991 Census table contents : DOS version
    Paul Williamson (1993) Working Paper 93/17
  • Political economy, difference and the geographies of consumption
    David Clarke, Martin Purvis (1993) Working Paper 93/16
  • A 1991 Census profile of Leeds wards
    Oliver Duke-Williams, Paul Williamson (1993) Working Paper 93/15
  • Modern agriculture, sustainability and biodynamics
    Richard Smith (1993) Working Paper 93/14
  • TIMMIG : a program for extracting migration time series tables
    Oliver Duke-Williams, Philip Rees (1993) Working Paper 93/13
  • The limits to retail capital
    David Clarke (1993) Working Paper 93/12
  • An imperfect union : the contribution of William Watkins and the National Industrial and Provident Co-operative Society to co-operative development in mid nineteenth century Britain
    Martin Purvis (1993) Working Paper 93/11
  • Tectonics in geomorphological models
    Michael Kirkby (1993) Working Paper 93/10
  • Space, time and media theory : an illustration from the television-advertising nexus
    David Clarke (1993) Working Paper 93/09
  • Banking on Britain? : the changing role and geography of Japanese banks in Britain
    Adam Tickell (1993) Working Paper 93/08
  • Counting people : past, present and future
    Philip Rees (1993) Working Paper 93/03
  • Yesterday in parliament : British politicians and debate over stratospheric ozone depletion, 1970-1992
    Martin Purvis (1993) Working Paper 93/02
  • Business activities in new townships in rural areas of peninsular Malaysia : the case of new townships in the Kejora region of Johor
    Ibrahim Ngah (1993) Working Paper 93/01
  • Government policy towards organic farming : a history of neglect and missed opportunities
    Frank Cudjoe, Philip Rees (1992) Working Paper 92/25
  • SCUM user manual
    Alan Howard (1992) Working Paper 92/24
  • The demographic structure of Britain's population : first results from the 1991 census
    Philip Rees (1992) Working Paper 92/23
  • Multiregional demographic projections : Polish experiences
    Marek Kupiszewski (1992) Working Paper 92/22
  • Sales performance and sales forecasting using spatial interaction modelling : the W.H. Smith approach
    Mark Birkin, Fiona Foulger (1992) Working Paper 92/21
  • Thresholds and instability in stream head hollows : a model of magnitude and frequency for wash processes
    Michael Kirkby (1992) Working Paper 92/20
  • Spatial redistribution of population in Poland : 1980-1990
    Marek Kupiszewski (1992) Working Paper 92/19
  • Time, space, flexibility : uneven development in regulation theory
    Jamie Peck, Adam Tickell (1992) Working Paper 92/18
  • Monitoring migration between censuses
    John Stillwell (1992) Working Paper 92/17
  • Spatial socio-demographic study for the Leeds Metropolitan District : some preliminary results
    Yu-Xian Jin, Alan Wilson (1992) Working Paper 92/16
  • Modelling the movement of cyanobacteria in lakes and reservoirs
    Alan Howard (1992) Working Paper 92/15
  • The perfection of geography as an aesthetic of disappearance : Baudrillard's America
    David Clarke, Marcus Doel (1992) Working Paper 92/14
  • Census analysis : planning the way ahead : a report on the launch seminar of the Census Analysis Group, April 6/7th, University of Leeds.
    Philip Rees (1992) Working Paper 92/13
  • Non-chemical weed control strategies and experimentation on bracken suppression using a bio-dynamic approach
    Richard Smith (1992) Working Paper 92/12
  • Households and the analysis of their livelihood strategies
    David Preston (1992) Working Paper 92/11
  • Sources and usefulness of information on mobility in Poland
    Marek Kupiszewski (1992) Working Paper 92/10
  • Predicting the spatial distribution of coloured water in North Yorkshire
    Gordon Mitchell, Adrian McDonald (1992) Working Paper 92/09
  • Characterisation of non-point colour sources in North Yorkshire, UK
    Gordon Mitchell, Adrian McDonald (1992) Working Paper 92/08
  • Proceedings of a conference concerning environment and development : Saturday 14 March 1992.
    Earth Summit Forum (1992) Working Paper 92/07
  • Generation of integrated multispatial input-output models of cities (GIMIMoC) I : initial stage
    Alan Wilson, Yu-xian Jin (1992) Working Paper 92/06
  • An erosion-limited hillslope evolution model
    Michael Kirkby Working Paper 92/05
  • Peat formation in limestone regions : some examples from the Pennines of North Yorkshire, UK
    Richard Smith (1992) Working Paper 92/04
  • Revegetation experiments on severely burnt moorland, Glaisdale, North Yorkshire
    M Scott, Richard Smith (1992) Working Paper 92/03
  • A simulation model of the spread of HIV and AIDS in the United Kingdom
    Julia Williams (1992) Working Paper 92/02
  • Intra-Community migration and its impact on the demographic structure at the regional level
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell, Andrew Convey (1992) Working Paper 92/01
  • The elderly mobility transition : a case study of the United Kingdom
    Philip Rees (1991) Working Paper 91/11
  • A projection model for small area populations : application to West Yorkshire districts
    Philip Rees (1991) Working Paper 91/10
  • China : the next decades : necessity, policy and opportunity in the Chinese countryside
    Frank Leeming (1991) Working Paper 91/09
  • Application of GIS in energy-environment modelling
    Yim-Ling Siu (1991) Working Paper 91/08
  • Open-field cultivation and the Domesday record for the North Riding of Yorkshire
    Samuel Robert Eyre (1991) Working Paper 91/07
  • Seasonal cloudiness and cloud water path from ISCCP C2 data
    Frances Drake (1991) Working Paper 91/06
  • Generation of an integrated multispatial input-output model of cities (GIMIMoC) II: dynamic simulation
    Yu-Xian Jin (1991) Working Paper 91/05
  • Population redistribution in the United Kingdom : internal migration trends in the 70s and 80s
    John Stillwell (1991) Working Paper 91/04
  • Towards a geography of the consumer society
    David Clarke (1991) Working Paper 91/03
  • The future of the student in higher education : numbers, flows, competition and planning in a geographical context
    Philip Rees (1991) Working Paper 91/02
  • Competition between television companies for advertising revenue : the Independent Television regions prior to deregulation
    David Clarke, Michael Bradford (1991) Working Paper 91/01
  • Restructuring rurality? Batallas in the 1990s
    David Preston (1991) Working Paper 547
  • Interregional input-output study for the Leeds Metropolitan District
    Yu-Xian Jin, Mark Birkin (1991) Working Paper 546
  • Migration trends for the North : rief light before the gloom?
    Philip Rees, Peter Boden, John Stillwell (1991) Working Paper 545
  • Construction of an input-output table for Yorkshire and Humberside
    Yu-Xian Jin, Christine Leigh, Alan Wilson (1991) Working Paper 544
  • Geographical patterns of migration in Britain
    John Stillwell, Philip Rees, Peter Boden (1991) Working Paper 543
  • Green consumerism and the response from business and government
    Sally Eden (1990) Working Paper 542
  • Voluntary organisations and the environment
    Sally Eden (1990) Working Paper 541
  • Environmental issues in the green consumer debate : a contemporary guide
    Sally Eden (1990) Working Paper 540
  • Internal migration projection in England : the OPCS/DOE model examined
    Peter Boden, John Stillwell (1990) Working Paper 539
  • Bedload transport processes in a chute-bar unit of a braided river
    Mark Powell, Philip Ashworth (1990) Working Paper 538
  • Migration analysis based on National Health Service central register data : trends and models
    John Stillwell (1990) Working Paper 537
  • Elements of a model-based information system for the evaluation of urban policy
    Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1990) Working Paper 536
  • People and land : resource use in household livelihood strategies in Roro and Paitana villages in Papua New Guinea
    David Preston (1990) Working Paper 535
  • Population projections for development planning
    Philip Rees (1989) Working Paper 534
  • Incorporating migration into simulation models
    Chris Duley, Phil Rees (1989) Working Paper 533
  • A new approach to regional management of upland vegetation using remote sensing and a desktop geographical information system
    James Hogg, Brian Doyle, Mark Gahegan and SA Roberts (1989) Working Paper 532
  • Old model faces new challenges : a review of the state of the art in multistate population modelling
    Philip Rees (1989) Working Paper 531
  • Development of regional input-output modelling : past achievements, future prospects
    Yu-Xian Jin, Christine Leigh (1989) Working Paper 530
  • The use of establishment data to examine employment structure: two studies in West Yorkshire
    Jill Aubrey, Graham Clarke, John Stillwell (1989) Working Paper 529
  • Software for energy modelling : a theoretical basis for improvements in the user interface
    Yim-Ling Siu (1989) Working Paper 528
  • Changes in farming and household livelihood strategies in two areas of the Cordillera of Luzon, Philippines
    David Preston (1989) Working Paper 527
  • Fertility analysis in Zimbabwe
    Ingwani Lazarus Zanamwe (1989) Working Paper 526
  • Economic change in a local economy
    Graham Clarke, Louise Crewe, Christine Leigh (1989) Working Paper 525
  • The conceptualisation of industrial restructuring : theoretical underpinnings and prospects
    Louise Crewe, Christine Leigh (1989) Working Paper 524
  • Aspect, vegetation cover and erosion on semi-arid hillslopes
    Mike Kirkby, Ken Atkinson, John Lockwood (1989) Working Paper 523
  • A model to estimate the impact of climatic change on hillslope and regolith form
    Mike Kirkby (1989) Working Paper 522
  • Microanalyis and simulation of housing careers : subsidy and accumulation in the U.K. housing market
    Martin Clarke, Paul Longley, Huw Williams (1989) Working Paper 521
  • Getting by with little land : the evolution of household livelihood strategies in two hamlets in central Java
    David Preston (1989) Working Paper 520
  • Too busy to farm : under-utilisation of farm land in central Java
    David Preston (1988) Working Paper 519
  • From hacienda to agribusiness : changes in environment and society in Pimampiro, Ecuador
    David Preston (1988) Working Paper 518
  • Selected Chinese statistics
    Frank Leeming (1988) Working Paper 517
  • Modelling settlement structures in ancient Greece : new approaches to the polis
    Tracey Rihll, Alan Wilson (1988) Working Paper 516
  • A microsimulation model for updating households in small areas between censuses
    Chris Duley, Philip Rees and Martin Clarke (1988) Working Paper 515
  • The dynamics of central place networks
    Alan Wilson (1988) Working Paper 514
  • Picking up the threads? : an investigation into the changing dynamics of the clothing industry
    Louise Crewe (1988) Working Paper 513
  • A tale of two cities : the prospects for future aging of the populations of London and Harare
    Philip Rees (1988) Working Paper 512
  • Linking census and NHSCR migration data
    Peter Boden, John Stillwell and Philip Rees (1988) Working Paper 511
  • Internal migration change in the UK : trends based on NHSCR movement data, 1975-6 to 1985-6
    John Stillwell, Peter Boden and Philip Rees (1988) Working Paper 510
  • Risks, rights and secrets : public access to information on industrial major hazards
    Graham Walker (1988) Working Paper 509
  • The nature and origin of blanket peats and the role of biopedological processes
    Richard Smith (1988) Working Paper 508
  • Regional variations in the provision of educational and health services in Zimbabwe
    Lazarus Zanamwe (1988) Working Paper 507
  • Textiles, the new sunrise sector : euphoria or euphemism?
    Louise Crewe, Christine Leigh (1988) Working Paper 506
  • Migration trends and population projections for the elderly and their implications
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell, Peter Boden (1988) Working Paper 505
  • Population change and socio-economic development in Zimbabwe : a literature review
    Lazarus Zanamwe (1988) Working Paper 504
  • Community involvement in local energy statistics
    Bill Sheldrick (1988) Working Paper 503
  • Synthetic data generation and the evaluation of urban performance : a labour market example.
    Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke (1988) Working Paper 502
  • Communicating risk : news media reportage of a significant nuclear contamination incident in the UK
    Gordon Walker, Sally Macgill (1988) Working Paper 501
  • The generation of inidividual and household incomes at small area level using SYNTHESIS
    Mark Birkin, Martin Clarke Working Paper 500
  • Imperfect quantification in geography : frameworks for quality assessment and disclosure
    Sally Macgill (1987) Working Paper 499
  • Geographical information systems and model-based locational analysis : ships in the night or the beginnings of a relationship?
    Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke, Martin Clarke and Alan Wilson (1987) Working Paper 498
  • Internal migration in the United Kingdom
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell (1987) Working Paper 497
  • Local energy conservation initiatives in the U.K : their nature and achievements
    Bill Sheldrick, Sally Macgill (1987) Working Paper 496
  • Migration data from the National health service central register and the 1981 Census : further comparative analysis
    Peter Boden, John Stillwell, Philip Rees (1987) Working Paper 495
  • RUIN - Really useful information - for urban and regional analysis : methods and examples
    Mark Birkin, Martin Clarke (1987) Working Paper 494
  • Coca, cocaine and the subterranean boom : the rise of an illicit commodity economy and the consequences for development in Bolivia and Peru
    Colin Sage (1987) Working Paper 493
  • Bermuda : the failure of decolonisation
    John Connell (1987) Working Paper 492
  • Analysis of upland vegetation using classified Landsat TM data and a pilot geographic information system
    Neil Stuart, James Hogg (1987) Working Paper 491
  • The strategic implications of United Kingdom catchment research : problems and solutions
    Adrian McDonald, David Kay (1987) Working Paper 490
  • Recreational resources and water quality
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald (1987) Working Paper 489
  • GIMMS explained : how to use the package to produce maps of the United Kingdom at the University of Leeds
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell, Peter Boden (1987) Working Paper 488
  • Regional land evaluation using a pilot geographical information system based on linear quadtrees and a relational database
    James Hogg, Mark Gahegan, Neil Stuart (1987) Working Paper 487
  • A model for updating individual and household populations
    Philip Rees, Martin Clarke, Chris Duley (1987) Working Paper 486
  • Towards an applicable human geography : some developments and observations
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1987) Working Paper 485
  • Modelling structural change in the regional grocery sector
    Graham Clarke (1987) Working Paper 484
  • The pedigree of radiation estimates : an exploratory analysis in the context of exposures of young people in Seascale as a result of Sellafield discharges
    Sally Macgill, S O Funtowicz (1987) Working Paper 483
  • Modelling retail centre size and location
    Graham Clarke (1986) Working Paper 482
  • Spatial intraction [i.e. interaction] and structural models in historical analysis : some possibilities and an example
    Tracey Rihll, Alan Wilson (1986) Working Paper 481
  • Child leukaemia around Sellafield : what Seascale said about the Black report
    Sally Macgill (1986) Working Paper 480
  • MONERGY : qualifying imperfect measures of performance
    Sally Macgill, Bill Sheldrick (1986) Working Paper 479
  • Statistical modelling of water colour in the Uplands : the Upper Nidd catchment 1974-1985
    Pamela Naden, Adrian McDonald (1986) Working Paper 478
  • Conditions for valley asymmetry derived from a slope evolution model
    Michael Kirkby (1986) Working Paper 477
  • Microsimulation methods in spatial analysis and planning
    Martin Clarke, Einar Holm (1986) Working Paper 476
  • Soil conservation and future agricultural production : the relevance of biological techniques
    Richard Smith (1986) Working Paper 475
  • Modelling some influences of soil erosion, landslides and valley gradient on drainage density
    Michael Kirkby (1986) Working Paper 474
  • Migration of the elderly in the United Kingdom
    Philip Rees, Tony Warnes (1986) Working Paper 473
  • How the Dutch and the English adopted multiregional models for subnational population projection
    Philip Rees,Frans Willekens (1986) Working Paper 472
  • Components of elderly population change
    Philip Rees (1986) Working Paper 471
  • Internal migration in the United Kingdom : characteristics and trends
    John Stillwell, Peter Boden (1986) Working Paper 470
  • Risk perception and the public
    Sally Macgill (1986) Working Paper 469
  • Combining theoretical and empirical research in retail location analysis
    Graham Clarke, Alan Wilson (1986) Working Paper 468
  • The public and the polluter : a local perspective of Re-Chem's plant at Pontypool
    Sian Phipps Working Paper 467
  • Decision-making and planning in a district health authority : a review and a case study
    Paul Forte (1986) Working Paper 466
  • How many old people will there be in the United Kingdom and where will they live?
    Philip Rees (1986) Working Paper 465
  • A pilot geographical information system based on linear quadtrees and a relational database for regional analysis
    Mark Gahegan, James Hogg (1986) Working Paper 464
  • A Shift - share analysis of employment change in West Yorkshire, 1971-1981
    Jill Palmer (1986) Working Paper 463
  • Environmental change and human responses in northern highland Ecuador
    David Preston (1986) Working Paper 462
  • Child leukaemia around Sellafield : local community reaction to the television documentary Windscale--the nuclear laundry
    Frans Berkhout, Sally MacGill (1986) Working Paper 461
  • Regional analysis using geographic information systems based on linear quadtrees
    James Hogg, Mark Gahegan (1986) Working Paper 460
  • Evaluation of regional land resources using geographic information systems based on linear quadtrees
    James Hogg, Mark Gahegan, Neil Stuart (1986) Working Paper 459
  • Sectoral and spatial characteristics of employment in West Yorkshire, 1971-1981
    Jill Palmer (1986) Working Paper 458
  • Further education and policy, 1974-1985
    Christopher Ramsden (1986) Working Paper 457
  • Further education and finance, 1974-1985
    Christopher Ramsden (1986) Working Paper 456
  • Store and shopping centre location and size : a review of British research and practice
    Alan Wilson (1986) Working Paper 455
  • Some thoughts on the 1985 Commons Welsh Affairs Committee investigation into bathing water quality and coastal sewage pollution
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald (1986) Working Paper 454
  • Understanding risk perception : conceptual foundations for survey-based research
    Sally Macgill and Frans Berkhout (1986) Working Paper 453
  • A re-appraisal of Q-analysis
    Sally Macgill (1985) Working Paper 452
  • An alternative algorithm for Q-analysis
    Sally Macgill, T Springer (1985) Working Paper 451
  • Child leukaemia around Sellafield : local community attitudes and the Black report
    Sally Macgill, Frank Berkhout (1985) Working Paper 450
  • The Black Inquiry and the media
    Gordon Walker, Sally Macgill (1985) Working Paper 449
  • Scientific reassurance as public policy : the logic of the Black Report
    Sally Macgill, Jerry Ravetz, S O Funtowicz (1985) Working Paper 448
  • A dynamic service sector model : a master equations' approach with prices and land rents
    Gunter Haag, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 447
  • Performance indicators within a model-based approach to urban planning
    Graham Clarke, Alan Wilson (1986) Working Paper 446
  • Water balance studies in moorland bracken with reference to the changes following bracken clearance
    John Lockwood (1985) Working Paper 445
  • The use of performance indicators and interactive planning systems to examine in-patient psychiatric care in the Yorkshire Regional Health Authority
    S. Harvey, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 444
  • A framework for dynamic comprehensive urban models : the integration of accounting and micro-simulation approaches
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 443
  • The development and application of urban models
    Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 442
  • On the design and implementation of an information system for urban modelling and spatial planning
    Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke (1985) Working Paper 441
  • Some properties of spatial-structural-economic-dynamic models
    Mark Birkin, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 440
  • Comprehensive dynamic urban models : integrating macro- and micro-approaches
    Mark Birkin, Martin Clarke (1985) Working Paper 439
  • A soil erosion model incorporating seasonal factors
    Michael Kirkby, R H Neale (1985) Working Paper 438
  • Useful philosophy
    Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 437
  • Configurational analysis and urban and regional theory
    Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 436
  • Where do British universities get their students from?
    John Stillwell, Philip Rees (1985) Working Paper 435
  • A spatial demographic analysis of Indians in Bradford
    Sodhi Ram, Philip Rees (1985) Working Paper 434
  • Indians in Bradford : socio-economic profile and housing characteristics, 1971-1984
    Sodhi Ram, Deborah Phillips (1985) Working Paper 433
  • Xuhuai agricultural district : rural development in an intermediate area
    Simon Powell (1985) Working Paper 432
  • Structural dynamics and spatial analysis : from equilibrium balancing models to extended economic models for both perfect and imperfect markets
    Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 431
  • Risk, recreation and regression : a study of the Toronto beaches
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald (1985) Working Paper 430
  • Transcendental realism and the crisis of philosophy for human geography : a critical review
    Byung-doo Choi (1985) Working Paper 429
  • A local perspective on Sellafield
    Sally Macgill, Sian Phipps (1985) Working Paper 428
  • Nenjiang prefecture : mechanisation, intensification and the all-round development of the rural economy
    Simon Powell (1985) Working Paper 427
  • The need for financial information systems in the NHS : issues and developments
    Paul Forte (1985) Working Paper 426
  • The development of mountain areas : material for southern China
    Simon Powell (1985) Working Paper 425
  • Settlement structures in ancient Greece : model-based approaches to analysis
    Tracey Rihill, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 424
  • Xuhuai agricultural district : rural development in an intermediate area
    Simon Powell (1985) Working Paper 423
  • Developments in planning models for health care policy analysis in the U.K
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 422
  • A laboratory study of the mechanisms of bacterial wash-out from the stream bottom sediment store
    Alan Jenkins, Adrian McDonald (1985) Working Paper 421
  • The development of further education since 1956
    Christopher Ramsden (1985) Working Paper 420
  • A two-dimensional simulation model for slope and stream evolution
    Michael Kirkby (1985) Working Paper 419
  • The changing expression of small scale retailing in the city, 1955-1983.
    Graham Clarke (1985) Working Paper 418
  • Taihu agricultural district : the development of the rural economy
    Simon Powell (1985) Working Paper 417
  • Structural analysis of social data : a guide to Ho's Galois lattice approach and a partial re-specification of Q-analysis
    Sally Macgill (1985) Working Paper 416
  • Q-analysis and transport : a false start?
    Sally Macgill, T Springer (1985) Working Paper 415
  • Recent vegetative change and the management of Ilkley Moor, West Yorkshire
    Richard Smith, Margaret Atherden (1985) Working Paper 414
  • Performance appraisal in education
    Sarah Irwin, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 413
  • Modelling school systems : a framework for planning for falling rolls
    Sarah Irwin, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 412
  • Educational planning : responses to contraction
    Sarah Irwin (1985) Working Paper 411
  • The dynamics of urban spatial structure : the progress of a research programme
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 410
  • Selected Chinese maps
    Frank Leeming (1984) Working Paper 409
  • The rural economy on the urban fringe : Nanjing municipality - production possibilities, management forms and commercial accessibility
    Simon Powell (1984) Working Paper 408
  • The implications of the GP referral system for Health Authority planning : some observations and the results of a survey
    Frank Berkhout (1984) Working Paper 407
  • Selected Chinese statistics
    Frank Leeming, Simon Powell (1984) Working Paper 406
  • Environment and indigenous agriculture in the American tropics
    Richard Smith (1984) Working Paper 405
  • Spatial population analysis using movement data and accounting methods : theory, models, the 'move' program and examples
    Philip Rees (1984) Working Paper 404
  • Electronic spreadsheets in health service information
    Paul Forte (1984) Working Paper 403
  • Spatial dynamics : classical problems, an integrated modelling approach and system performance
    Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 402
  • Industrial location models II : Weber, Palander, Hotelling and extensions within a new framework
    Mark Birkin, Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 401
  • Industrial location models I : a review and an integrating framework
    Mark Birkin (1984) Working Paper 400
  • Dynamic models of agricultural location in a spatial interaction framework
    Alan Wilson, Mark Birkin (1984) Working Paper 399
  • Re-examining old problems with new methods : Portbury re-visited
    Graham Clarke, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 398
  • Multiple bifurcation effects with a logistic attractiveness function in the supply side of a service system
    Graham Clarke, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 397
  • Living with Sellafield
    Sally Macgill (1984) Working Paper 396
  • A runoff simulation model based on hillslope topography
    Michael Kirkby (1984) Working Paper 395
  • Specialty costs for health services planning : model-based approaches to estimation
    Paul Forte, Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 394
  • Local authority involvement with energy conservation : an analysis of a national survey
    Bill Sheldrick (1984) Working Paper 393
  • DATAPAC : a program for the extraction of census and vital statistics for Leeds wards
    Alexander Hirschfield, Philip Rees (1984) Working Paper 392
  • Why do referral rates vary? : some theoretical considerations on the study of medical practice
    Frans Berkhout (1984) Working Paper 391
  • Location theory : a unified approach
    Alan Wilson (1985) Working Paper 390
  • Forecasting the population of India and subnational areas with minimal information
    Philip Rees (1984) Working Paper 389
  • The diffusion of the retail multiples across the city : a review
    Graham Clarke (1984) Working Paper 388
  • A Strategic planning simulation model of a district health service system : the in-patient component and results
    Martin Clarke, Paul Forte, Margaret Spowage and Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 387
  • The role of attractiveness functions in the determination of equilibrium solutions to production-constrained spatial interaction models
    Martin Clarke (1984) Working Paper 386
  • Interacting fields : comprehensive models for the dynamical analysis of urban spatial structure
    Mark Birkin, Martin Clarke, Alan G. Wilson (1984) Working Paper 385
  • A geographical analysis of Indians in Bradford : spatial distribution and temporal trends, 1971-81
    Sodhi Ram (1984) Working Paper 384
  • Does it really matter which migration data you use in a population model?
    Philip Rees (1984) Working Paper 383
  • The changing morphology of urban retailing in the recession.
    Graham Clarke (1984) Working Paper 382
  • The rise and fall of regional studies
    David Preston (1984) Working Paper 381
  • Field ridges in northern highland Ecuador
    David Preston (1984) Working Paper 380
  • The expansion of service outlets across the city
    Graham Clarke (1984) Working Paper 379
  • Choices in the construction of regional population projections
    Philip Rees (1984) Working Paper 378
  • Inner cities and related topics : problems and prospects
    Alan Wilson (1984) Working Paper 370
  • The optimum sizes and locations of schools
    Alan Wilson, Robert Crouchley (1984) Working Paper 369
  • The changing retail structure in Leeds 1961-1982 : initial explorations with the Q-analysis algorithm
    Graham Clarke, Sally MacGill (1984) Working Paper 368
  • Major hazards and development control
    Gordon Walker (1983) Working Paper 377
  • The control of development around hazardous installations in a major metropolitan planning authority
    Gordon Walker, Sally Macgill (1983) Working Paper 376
  • Urban systems and river systems : a neglected relationship
    Gordon Dickinson (1983) Working Paper 375
  • Local authorities and energy conservation : the institutional environment
    Bill Sheldrick (1983) Working Paper 374
  • A geographical analysis of Indians in Bradford : methods used in classifying names on the electoral register
    Sodhi Ram (1983) Working Paper 373
  • Local authorities and energy conservation : the structure of their involvement
    Bill Sheldrick, Sally Macgill (1983) Working Paper 372
  • Specialty costing in hospitals : a review
    Paul Forte (1983) Working Paper 371
  • Migration between metropolitan and non-metropolitan regions in the UK
    John Stillwell (1983) Working Paper 367
  • Costing systems in the NHS
    Paul Forte (1983) Working Paper 366
  • Integrated models for public policy analysis : an example of actually using simulation models in health care planning
    Martin Clarke and Margaret Spowage (1983) Working Paper 365
  • Community health services : a review of legislative developments, literature and theory
    Sarah Harvey (1983) Working Paper 364
  • Exploring the dynamics of urban housing structure : a 56 parameter residential location and housing model
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 363
  • Transport and the evolution of urban spatial structure
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 362
  • Industrial location theory : explorations of a new approach
    Alan Wilson, Mark Birkin (1983) Working Paper 361
  • Modelling for health services planning : an outline and an example
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 360
  • Census based information systems for ethnic groups : a study of Leeds and Bradford
    Philip Rees, Mark Birkin (1983) Working Paper 359
  • Making urban models more realistic : some strategies for future research
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 358
  • Radical geography : a research bibliography (2)
    Roy Barton (1983) Working Paper 357
  • Migration, education and rural development : evidence from Ecuador
    David Preston, Rosemary Preston (1983) Working Paper 356
  • Location theory : a unified approach
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 355
  • Energy conservation as a U.K. government policy (up to mid-1982)
    Bill Sheldrick (1983) Working Paper 354
  • Equilibrium conditions and solution procedures for the production constrained spatial interaction model with a general attractiveness function
    Robert Crouchley (1983) Working Paper 353
  • A generalised and unified approach to the modelling of service-supply structures
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 352
  • Modelling cliff development in South Wales : Savigear re-viewed
    Michael Kirkby (1983) Working Paper 351
  • Varieties of structuralism
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 350
  • Cluster analysis and Q-analysis
    Sally Macgill (1983) Working Paper 349
  • Models for soil evolution on slopes
    Michael Kirkby (1983) Working Paper 348
  • Transport, location and spatial systems : planning with spatial interaction models and related approaches
    Alan Wilson (1983) Working Paper 347
  • Gas facilities in Scotland : the assessment of risk in recent siting decisions
    David Snowball, Sally Macgill (1982) Working Paper 346
  • An appraisal of Q-analysis
    Sally Macgill (1982) Working Paper 345
  • Exploring the similarities of different risks
    Sally Macgill (1982) Working Paper 344
  • A consideration of Johnson's Q-discrimination analysis
    Sally Macgill (1982) Working Paper 343
  • The 1981 census small area statistics for West Yorkshire wards : how to access, extract and analyse
    Mark Birkin, Philip Rees (1982) Working Paper 342
  • Remote sensing of soil moisture
    John Coyle (1982) Working Paper 341
  • Remote sensing of soil moisture
    John Coyle (1982) Working Paper 340
  • Remote sensing of soil moisture
    John Coyle (1982) Working Paper 339
  • Specification of a micro-simulation model of a district health service
    Martin Clarke, M Spowage (1982) Working Paper 338
  • Costs and modelling in health services : a bibliography
    Paul Forte (1982) Working Paper 337
  • Multiregional mathematical demography : themes and issues
    Philip Rees (1982) Working Paper 336
  • Quaternary environmental change in equatorial regions with particular reference to vegetation history : a bibliography
    Richard Smith (1982) Working Paper 335
  • Frameworks for modelling in relation to strategic planning in a health service
    Alan Wilson, Martin Clarke (1982) Working Paper 334
  • The efficiency of different methods of extracting lead from street dust
    K Jones (1982) Working Paper 333
  • An integrated model of migration flows and population change for a system of UK metropolitan and non-metropolitan regions : a framework
    Philip Rees, John Stillwell (1982) Working Paper 332
  • The changing population geography of Wales
    Philip Rees (1982) Working Paper 331
  • Some comments on research design in field process studies
    Michael McCaig (1982) Working Paper 330
  • The Welsh language : a geographical description
    Philip Rees (1982) Working Paper 329
  • Towards a more holistic view of British vegetation history
    Richard Smith (1982) Working Paper 328
  • Mossmorran-Braefoot Bay : aspects of a risk debate
    Sally Macgill (1982) Working Paper 327
  • Upland catchment research : a geographer's perspective
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald, Alan Jenkins (1982) Working Paper 326
  • The corner-shop to supermarket transition in retailing : the beginnings of empirical evidence
    Alan Wilson, M J Oulton (1982) Working Paper 325
  • The analysis of bifurcation phenomena associated with the evolution of urban spatial structure
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1982) Working Paper 324
  • What use risk assessment?
    Sally Macgill, David Snowball (1982) Working Paper 323
  • The Kirkhamgate-Dishforth trunk road scheme : an analysis of the politics of trunk road planning
    Roy Barton (1982) Working Paper 322
  • Gravel in motion
    Pamela Naden (1981) Working Paper 321
  • Elements of research autobiography.
    Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 320
  • Maps of reading
    Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 319
  • A model of population change and return migration
    Sheila Alexander (1981) Working Paper 318
  • Forest expansion and water resources : the case for the forest industry
    Adrian McDonald, David Kay (1981) Working Paper 317
  • The urban fringe in the Third World
    John Soussan (1981) Working Paper 316
  • Mortality in England and Wales, 1916-76 : causes of trends and trends in causes
    Mark Birkin (1981) Working Paper 315
  • Gravel bedforms : deductions from sediment movement
    Pamela Naden (1981) Working Paper 314
  • The dynamics of urban spatial structure : progress and problems
    Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 313
  • The pattern of wash erosion around an upland stream head
    Michael McCaig (1981) Working Paper 312
  • Modelling storm period fluctuations in suspended sediment : an appraisal
    Michael McCaig (1981) Working Paper 311
  • Land use change in Leeds, 1957-1976 . Part 2, Analysis of the quantitative results of the survey.
    Gordon Dickinson, M G Shaw (1981) Working Paper 310
  • The use of microsimulation in travel-activity analysis
    Huw Williams (1981) Working Paper 309
  • Discussion of thresholds for the initiation of sediment movement
    Pamela Naden (1981) Working Paper 308
  • Capital and state : the economic background to national transport policy in Britain since 1945
    Roy Barton (1981) Working Paper 307
  • The generation of faecal and total coliform surges by streamflow manipulation in the absence of normal hydrometeorological stimuli
    Adrian McDonald, David Kay, Alan Jenkins (1981) Working Paper 306
  • Economies of scale and the existence of supply-side equilibria in a production-constrained spatial interaction model
    Britton Harris, J-M. Choukroun, Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 305
  • The evolution of urban spatial structure : a review of progress and research problems using S.I.A. models
    Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 304
  • Vacancy chain models for stratified housing and employment systems
    Huw Williams, Paul Keys, Martin Clarke (1981) Working Paper 303
  • New methods for spatial planning : an informal review of performance
    Alan Wilson (1981) Working Paper 302
  • The basis for soil profile modelling in a geomorphic context
    Michael Kirkby (1981) Working Paper 301
  • Contributions to quick runoff in a headwater catchment : the role of natural pipes and soil macro-pores
    Michael McCaig (1981) Working Paper 300
  • Urban planning and the community : an example from the Third World.
    John Soussan (1981) Working Paper 299
  • What happens when public sector employees are made redundant : some exploratory results using a micro-simulation model
    Martin Clarke, Paul Keys (1981) Working Paper 298
  • Emigration and rural development in tropical America
    David Preston (1981) Working Paper 297
  • Exploring decisions in public policy making : strategic allocation, individual allocation, and simulation
    Martin Clarke, Richard Prentice (1981) Working Paper 296
  • Accounts based models for multiregional population analysis : methods, program and users' manual
    Philip Rees (1981) Working Paper 295
  • Modelling coliform concentrations in upland impoundments : a multivariate approach
    Adrian McDonald, David Kay (1981) Working Paper 294
  • Four British EIA's : a preliminary study of the general characteristics of EIA's in the UK
    Catherine Rostron (1981) Working Paper 293
  • The characterisation of soil moisture content and actual evapotranspiration from crop canopies using thermal infrared remote sensing
    M D Elkington, James Hogg (1981) Working Paper 292
  • Radical geography : a research bibliography (1)
    Roy Barton (1980) Working Paper 291
  • Energy and climate in South-East Asia and the Western Pacific
    John Lockwood (1980) Working Paper 290
  • Choices in the construction of multiregional life tables
    Jacques Ledent, Philip Rees (1980) Working Paper 289
  • The dual economy debate and patterns of economic organisation in the urban fringe of Delhi
    John Soussan (1980) Working Paper 288
  • The dynamics of urban field spatial structure : some exploratory results using difference equations and bifurcation theory
    John Beaumont, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1980) Working Paper 287
  • The evolution of urban spatial structure : the evolution of theory
    Alan Wilson (1980) Working Paper 286
  • Planning for hazard: an appraisal of safety considerations for the Fife gas plant
    Sally Macgill (1980) Working Paper 285
  • Theoretical and empirical analysis of internal migration : a research bibliography
    John Stillwell (1980) Working Paper 284
  • A note on the stability of equilibrium solutions of production constrained spatial-interaction models
    Martin Clarke (1980) Working Paper 283
  • Towards a conceptualization of evolution in environmental systems
    John Beaumont(1980) Working Paper 282
  • Land use-transportation systems and energy conservation
    John Beaumont(1980) Working Paper 281
  • Changing energy parameters and the evolution of urban spatial structure
    John Beaumont, Martin Clarke, Alan Wilson (1980) Working Paper 279
  • Micro-simulation in socio-economic and public policy analysis
    Martin Clarke, Paul Keys, Huw Williams (1980) Working Paper 278
  • Behavioural theories of dispersion and the mis-specification of travel demand modules
    Huw Williams, J D Ortuzar (1980) Working Paper 277
  • The analysis of population change in the republics of the Soviet Union using multi-regional accounting and projection methods: Part 1, 1968-76.
    Dylan Thomas, Philip Rees (1980) Working Paper 276
  • Modelling the urban labour market : theoretical and practical issues
    Paul Keys (1980) Working Paper 275
  • An introduction to elementary catastrophe theory, with applications in urban planning
    John Beaumont, Martin Clarke (1980) Working Paper 274
  • The fate of villages as cities grow : a Delhi experience
    John Soussan (1980) Working Paper 273
  • Dependency, migration and education at a community level in highland Ecuador
    David Preston, Rosemary Preston (1980) Working Paper 272
  • Combined heat and power generation schemes : a feasibility study
    John Beaumont, Paul Keys (1980) Working Paper 271
  • An investigation of some alternative model-based approaches to projecting inter-regional migration
    John Stillwell (1980) Working Paper 270
  • Micro-analysis and simulation of socio-economic systems: progress and prospects
    Martin Clarke, Paul Keys, Huw Williams (1980) Working Paper 269
  • Population geography, a review of model building efforts
    Philip Rees (1979) Working Paper 268
  • Some new sources of instability and oscillation in dynamic models of shopping centres and other urban structures
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 267
  • Calculation of the equilibrium configuration of shopping facility sizes
    P Phiri (1979) Working Paper 266
  • A theoretical basis for diffusion in a central place system / John R. Beaumont and Paul Keys.
    John Beaumont, Paul Keys (1979) Working Paper 265
  • Land tenure, rural emigration and rural development in highland Ecuador
    David Preston (1979) Working Paper 264
  • Behavioural travel theories model specification and the response error problem
    Huw Williams, J D Ortuzar (1979) Working Paper 263
  • An approach to characterizing the water content of soils by thermal infrared remote sensing
    M D Elkington (1979) Working Paper 262
  • Random utility theory and the structure of travel choice models
    Huw Williams, J D Ortuzar (1979) Working Paper 261
  • Mathematical programming approaches to activity location : some theoretical considerations
    Huw Williams (1979) Working Paper 260
  • An approach to the study of complex problems in developing nations
    John Soussan (1979) Working Paper 259
  • Some comments on the theoretical and analytic structure of urban and regional models
    Huw Williams, Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 258
  • Household dynamics and socio-economic forecasting : a micro-simulation approach
    Martin Clarke, Paul Keys, Huw Williams (1979) Working Paper 257
  • Some issues in the application of mathematical programming in human geography
    John Beaumont (1979) Working Paper 256
  • Comments on Alonso's theory of movement
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 255
  • Some new methods for dynamic geographical modelling : catastrophe theory and bifurcation
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 254
  • Theory in human geography : a review essay
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 253
  • The effects of pre-afforestation ditching upon the water and sediment yields of a small upland catchment.
    M Robinson (1979) Working Paper 252
  • Residential mobility : policy, models and information
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 251
  • Liquefied energy gases safety : some cause for concern
    Sally Macgill (1979) Working Paper 250
  • Aspects of catastrophe theory and bifurcation theory in regional science
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 249
  • Improving supply side representations in urban models : with specific reference to central place and Lowry models
    John Beaumont, Martin Clarke (1979) Working Paper 248
  • On the development of behavioural location models for industrial and housing policy analysis
    Nigel Thrift, Huw Williams (1979) Working Paper 247
  • Energy : a telecommunications - transportation trade-off : some issues
    John Beaumont (1979) Working Paper 246
  • Multistate demographic accounts : measurement and estimation procedures
    Philip Rees (1979) Working Paper 245
  • Maps in minds : an empirical study
    K Y Wong (1979) Working Paper 244
  • Travel demand forecasting : an overview of theoretical developments
    Huw Williams (1979) Working Paper 243
  • The pipeflow stream head : a type description
    Michael McCaig (1979) Working Paper 242
  • Criticality and urban retail structure : aspects of catastrophe theory and bifurcation
    Alan Wilson (1979) Working Paper 241
  • Spatial interaction models and the location-allocation problem
    John Beaumont (1979) Working Paper 240
  • Equivalences and similarities between some alternative urban and regional models
    Sally Macgill, Alan Wilson (1978) Working Paper 239
  • Rural migration and agricultural development in highland Ecuador : final report
    David Preston, Gerardo Taveras, Rosemary Preston (1979) Working Paper 238
  • Education and migration and their relationship to the occupational opportunities of rural people in Highland Ecuador
    Rosemary Preston (1978) Working Paper 237
  • Modelling water erosion processes / Mike Kirkby.
    Michael Kirkby (1978) Working Paper 236
  • British inner cities in 1978 : a research bibliography
    Nigel Thrift, Martin Clarke (1978) Working Paper 235
  • Regional population projection models and accounting methods
    Philip Rees (1978) Working Paper 234
  • Theoretical approaches to the study of urban deprivation
    Alexander Hirschfield (1978) Working Paper 233
  • Studies in pedogenesis on Ben Lomond. 1, The effects of altitude on soil-forming processes
    Kenneth Atkinson (1978) Working Paper 232
  • Enteric bacterial concentrations in reservoir feeder streams : baseflow characteristics and response to hydrograph events
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald (1978) Working Paper 231
  • Industrial environments : a niche theoretical interpretation
    Paul Keys, Nigel Thrift (1978) Working Paper 230
  • Problems of multi-regional population analysis: data collection and demographic accounting
    Philip Rees (1978) Working Paper 229
  • Some illustrations of catastrophe theory applied to urban retailing structures
    Alan Wilson, Martin Clarke (1978) Working Paper 228
  • Coliform reduction rates in two upland British impoundments related to reservoir limnology and catchment management
    David Kay, Adrian McDonald (1978) Working Paper 227
  • An information-theoretic approach to the labour market allocation process
    Paul Keys (1978) Working Paper 226
  • Modelling the changing relationship between travel demand and land use : S.R.C. project report
    Frank Southworth (1978) Working Paper 225
  • Emigracion rural y destinos migratorios en la sierra ecuatoriana
    David Preston (1977) Working Paper 224
  • Rural migration to the Ecuadorian Oriente
    David Preston et al (1978) Working Paper 223
  • Land reform and peasant class in formation in Russia 1906-1915
    Judith Pallot (1978) Working Paper 222
  • Corporate planning in local government : a review and further developments towards a systematic modelling framework
    Martin Clarke (1978) Working Paper 221
  • Convergence theorems and related properties for a modified biproportional matrix problem
    Sally Macgill (1978) Working Paper 220
  • The development and role of sunken field agriculture on the Peruvian coast
    Richard Smith (1978) Working Paper 219
  • From comparative statics to dynamics in urban systems theory
    Alan Wilson (1978) Working Paper 218
  • The albedo of agricultural and urban surfaces in the Leeds area
    Shaharuddin Ahmad (1978) Working Paper 217
  • The stream head as a significant geomorphic threshold / M.J. Kirkby.
    Michael Kirkby (1978) Working Paper 216
  • A portrait of British employment and unemployment trends since 1971
    Paul Keys, Nigel Thrift (1978) Working Paper 215
  • Housing policy and its effect on student accomodation in the private rented sector
    Fiona Kirkby (1978) Working Paper 214
  • Equilibrium values and dynamics of attractiveness terms in production-constrained spatial interaction models
    Britton Harris, Alan Wilson (1978) Working Paper 213
  • Multiple classifications in socio-economic systems and urban modelling / S.M. Macgill.
    Sally Macgill (1978) Working Paper 212
  • Mathematical education for geographers
    Alan Wilson (1977) Working Paper 211
  • British inner cities : a research bibliography
    Nigel Thrift (1977) Working Paper 210
  • A systems analytical framework for comprehensive urban and regional model building
    Alan Wilson, Sally Macgill (1977) Working Paper 209
  • The development of an environmental simulation game
    Martin Clarke (1977) Working Paper 208
  • Changes in land tenure and land distribution as a result of rural emigration in highland Ecuador
    Gerado Taveras, David Preston (1977) Working Paper 207
  • Some preliminary thoughts on Soviet rural settlement planning
    Judith Pallot (1977) Working Paper 206
  • Computer programmes for aggregate accounts-based and associated forecasting models of population
    John Jenkins, Philip Rees (1977) Working Paper 205
  • The effects of forest on the hydrological cycle : a review of existing literature
    F Courtney (1977) Working Paper 204
  • Accessibility, spatial interaction and the evaluation of land use-transportation plans
    Huw Williams, Martyn Senior (1977) Working Paper 203
  • On the design of land use plans through locational surplus maximisation
    Jose Coelho, Huw Williams (1977) Working Paper 202
  • Tenencia de la tierra, reforma agraria y migracion en la Sierra Ecuatoriana
    Gerado Taveras (1977) Working Paper 201
  • Spatial interaction and settlement structure : towards an explicit central place theory
    Alan Wilson (1977) Working Paper 200
  • Some historical tests of spatial interaction models for inter-area migration. Part II
    John Stillwell (1977) Working Paper 199
  • Recent developments in urban and regional modelling : towards an articulation of systems' theoretical foundations
    Alan Wilson (1977) Working Paper 198
  • Entropy maximising submodels within overall mathematical programming frameworks : a correction
    Jose Coelho, Huw Williams, Alan Wilson (1977) Working Paper 197
  • Model based transport policy assessment 2 : removing fundamental inconsistancies from the modelsthe use of alternative forcasting models
    Martyn Senior, Huw Williams (1977) Working Paper 196
  • Model based transport policy assessment I : the use of alternative forcasting models
    Martyn Senior, Huw Williams (1977) Working Paper 195
  • A relationship between diagraphs and differential equations with an application to an urban system
    Paul Keys (1977) Working Paper 194
  • Possible uses of differential equations in analysing urban systems
    Paul Keys (1977) Working Paper 193
  • Water resources in development planning: case study El Salvador CA. 1, Structure of the economy and role of the state
    T Downing (1977) Working Paper 192
  • Bracken in Britain
    Richard Smith (1977) Working Paper 191
  • Bracken in Britain
    Richard Smith (1977) Working Paper 190
  • Bracken in Britain
    Richard Smith (1977) Working Paper 189
  • The diffusion of Greenwich mean time in Great Britain, an essay on a neglected aspect of social and economic history
    Nigel Thrift (1977) Working Paper 188
  • Agricultural change and emigration in highland Ecuador
    David Preston, G Taveras (1977) Working Paper 187
  • Tenencia de la tierra en la sierra ecuatoriana hasta 1964.
    Gerado Taveras (1977) Working Paper 186
  • Some historical tests of spatial interaction models for inter-area migration
    John Stillwell (1977) Working Paper 185
  • The hydrological response of headwater and sideslope areas in the Crimple Beck catchment
    Keith Beven, Dick Iredale, Martin Kew (1977) Working Paper 184
  • TOPMODEL, a physically-based, variable contributing area hydrologic modelling program
    Keith Beven (1977) Working Paper 183
  • Alternative rectangular input models
    Sally Macgill (1977) Working Paper 182
  • Emigration, land tenure and agricultural change in areas of Indian population in highland Ecuador
    David Preston (1977) Working Paper 180
  • Agricultural change, land tenure and emigration in three mestizo areas of highland Ecuador
    David Preston (1977) Working Paper 179
  • A reappraisal of economic planning and modelling of water resources : a case study of the water sector in Britain
    T Downing (1977) Working Paper 178
  • Simple hybrid input-output models, a graphical approach
    Sally Macgill (1977) Working Paper 177
  • Facility size vs. distance travelled : urban services and the fold catastrophe
    T Poston, Alan Wilson (1977) Working Paper 176
  • HYDRODAT: a system of FORTRAN computer programs for the preparation and analysis of hydrological data from charts
    Keith Beven, J Callen (1977) Working Paper 175
  • Rural-urban interaction and the market system : the Bolivian Altiplano after land reform
    David Preston (1977) Working Paper 174
  • Increment-decrement life tables, some further comments from a demographic accounting point of view
    Philip Rees (1977) Working Paper 173
  • Progress towards triple cropping in China
    Frank Leeming (1977) Working Paper 172
  • Equilibrium and transport system dynamics / A.G. Wilson.
    Alan Wilson (1976) Working Paper 171
  • A computer programme for constructing age-sex disaggregated multi-national population accounts (Dame)
    Maryvonne Plessis-Fraissard, Philip Rees (1976) Working Paper 170
  • DISTEM: a user's manual
    Frank Southworth (1976) Working Paper 168
  • Measurement and modeling of dynamic contributing areas in very small catchments
    Michael Kirkby et al (1976) Working Paper 167
  • Towards models of the evolution and genesis of urban structure
    Alan Wilson (1976) Working Paper 166
  • A mathematical model of the hydrometeorology of the eastern Pennines
    John Lockwood (1976) Working Paper 165
  • Households, a review of definitions, trends, and forecasting methods
    Maryvonne Plessis-Fraissard (1976) Working Paper 164
  • Models and the urban planning crisis
    Roger Mackett (1976) Working Paper 163
  • The measurement of migration from census data and other sources
    Philip Rees (1976) Working Paper 162
  • Problems of assembling international migration data from census and other sources for use in migration models, population accounts, and forecasts, a preliminary exploration
    John Jenkins (1976) Working Paper 161
  • Nonlinear and dynamic models in geography, towards a research agenda
    Alan Wilson (1976) Working Paper 160
  • The Lowry model as an input-output model and its extension to incorporate full inter-activity relations
    Sally Macgill (1976) Working Paper 159
  • Rectangular input-output tables, multiplier analysis and entropy maximising principles : a new methodology
    Sally Macgill (1976) Working Paper 158
  • Modifications to a transportation model to include land uses / R.L. Mackett.
    Roger Mackett (1976) Working Paper 157
  • A re-formulation of the quasi-dynamic transport model
    Roger Mackett (1976) Working Paper 156
  • On the formation of travel demand models and economic evaluation measures of user benefit
    Huw Williams (1976) Working Paper 155
  • Towards a simple, physically-based, variable contributing area model of catchment hydrology
    Keith Beven, Michael Kirkby (1976) Working Paper 154
  • A new method for simulating populations
    Carol Pownall (1976) Working Paper 153
  • Maximum sediment efficiency as a criterion for alluvial channels
    Michael Kirkby (1976) Working Paper 152
  • The chun-t'ien landscapes
    Frank Leeming (1976) Working Paper 151
  • Some comments on urban travel demand analysis, model calibration and the economic evaluation of transportation plans
    A Champernowne, Huw Williams and Jose Coelho (1976) Working Paper 150
  • The Saturated area Headwater Model (SHAM)
    J Callen (1976) Working Paper 149
  • Modelling the regional system : the population component
    Philip Rees (1976) Working Paper 148
  • The influence of drainage area in producing thresholds for the hydrological regime and channel characteristics of natural rivers
    Micha Klein (1976) Working Paper 147
  • Obtaining bulk channel routing parameters by the dilution gauging methods
    Keith Beven (1976) Working Paper 146
  • Soil development models as a component of slope models
    Michael Kirkby (1976) Working Paper 145
  • The use of the entropy-maximising methodology for model building in geography
    Martyn Senior (1976) Working Paper 144
  • Hillslope hydrographs by the finite element method
    Keith Beven (1976) Working Paper 143
  • Inter-county joint out-migration rates : a Symap interpretation
    John Stillwell (1976) Working Paper 142
  • User's guide to a simple matrix aggregation program
    John Stillwell (1976) Working Paper 141
  • A dynamic integrated activity allocation-transportation model for West Yorkshire / by R.L. Mackett.
    Roger Mackett (1976) Working Paper 140
  • Population accounting methods : their use in the unemployment field
    David Illingworth (1976) Working Paper 139
  • Interpretation of the results of a model of West Yorkshire
    Peter Bonsall, A Champernowne, A Mason (1976) Working Paper 138
  • A retail location model with overlapping market areas : Hotelling's problem revisited
    Huw Williams, Martyn Senior (1976) Working Paper 137
  • The optimum location and size of shopping centers
    Jose Coelho, Alan Wilson (1976) Working Paper 136
  • The theoretical structure of a dynamic urban activity and stock allocation model
    Roger Mackett (1976) Working Paper 135
  • Studies of the use of relative shift as a method of analysing protection induced change in flood damage potential in an agricultural area
    Adrian McDonald (1976) Working Paper 134
  • Catastrophe theory and urban modelling : an application to modal choice
    Alan Wilson (1976) Working Paper 133
  • Effects of variations in dissolved oxygen concentration
    Michael Sanderson (1975) Working Paper 132
  • Dynamic models for urban and regional analysis
    Huw Williams (1975) Working Paper 131
  • Deterministic continuous slope models
    Michael Kirkby (1975) Working Paper 130
  • Inter-county net migration in England and Wales
    John Stillwell (1975) Working Paper 129
  • A category analysis trip end model : base year results and performance for the West Yorkshire area
    Martyn Senior (1975) Working Paper 128
  • Population and employment forecasts for Leeds and West Yorkshire based on official plans
    Roger Mackett (1975) Working Paper 127
  • Aggregate population accounts for the districts of West Yorkshire metropolitan county. Part II: 1966-71
    David Illingworth (1975) Working Paper 126
  • Aggregate population accounts for the districts of West Yorkshire metropolitan county. Part I: 1961-1966
    David Illingworth (1975) Working Paper 125
  • Balancing factor methods in urban and regional analysis
    Sally Macgill (1975) Working Paper 124
  • Urban energy flows within a general systems framework : towards the design of new model structures
    Sally Macgill (1975) Working Paper 123
  • Approaches to the prediction of intrazonal interactions
    Peter Bonsall (1975) Working Paper 122
  • On the evaluation of a mixed mode transportation system
    Huw Williams (1975) Working Paper 121
  • A family of demographic accounts and models
    Philip Rees (1975) Working Paper 119
  • Disaggregation and extension of demographic accounts : an example involving socio-economic groups
    David Illingworth (1975) Working Paper 118
  • The development, calibration and testing of a model to show micro-level interdependence in an urban system
    Carol Pownall (1975) Working Paper 117
  • Details of the implementation of non-linear cost functions in tree-building algorithms
    Peter Bonsall (1975) Working Paper 116
  • Practical considerations and problems in the use of programming methods of urban plan design
    K Turner (1975) Working Paper 115
  • Hierarchical policy relationships, consistency and indicators in the planning process
    Roger Mackett (1975) Working Paper 114
  • A convergence theorem for the multipliers in biproportional matrices.
    Sally Macgill (1975) Working Paper 113
  • Population analysis of the city region
    Philip Rees (1975) Working Paper 112
  • Some equivalence theorems to integrate entropy maximising submodels within overall mathematical programming frameworks
    Jose Coelho, Alan Wilson (1975) Working Paper 111
  • Investigation into the sediment budget of the River Crimple, N. Yorks.
    Peter Midgley (1975) Working Paper 110
  • Water based recreation in the UK - a review of literature
    C Osborne (1975) Working Paper 109
  • A highly disaggregated modal-split model
    Frank Southworth (1975) Working Paper 108
  • Age, length of residence and the probability of migration
    Maryvonne Plessis-Fraissard and Philip Rees (1975) Working Paper 107
  • The use of programming methods in the design of urban plans : a review
    K Turner (1975) Working Paper 106
  • A spatial interaction model of library usage
    Peter Whitehead (1975) Working Paper 105
  • Travel demand models, duality relations and user benefit calculations.
    Huw Williams (1975) Working Paper 104
  • Demographic accounts and their relationship to the life histories of individuals
    David Illingworth (1975) Working Paper 103
  • Modelling rainfall-runoff relationships in a very small catchment within the Crimple Beck Basin, Yorks
    Graham Harris (1975) Working Paper 102
  • Hydrograph modelling strategies
    Michael Kirkby (1975) Working Paper 101
  • Models of interregional migration : a review
    John Stillwell (1975) Working Paper 100
  • Evapotranspiration and soil moisture in upland grass catchments in the eastern Pennines
    John Lockwood, K. Venkatasawmy (1975) Working Paper 99
  • Educational priority areas in theory and practice
    Carol Pownall (1975) Working Paper 98
  • The demand for mixed mode trips in an urban area
    Huw Williams (1974) Working Paper 120
  • A disaggregated trip distribution model with elastic frequencies and expenditures
    Frank Southworth (1974) Working Paper 97
  • A model framework to investigate spatial differences in local government service provision
    Peter Whitehead (1974) Working Paper 96
  • Implementation of various cost functions in tree-building algoriths
    Peter Bonsall (1974) Working Paper 95
  • On the evaluation of a mixed mode transportation system
    Huw Williams (1974) Working Paper 94
  • Detection of dieback disease in the Brisbane ranges using aerial photography
    James Hogg, Gretna Weste (1974) Working Paper 92
  • Rural-urban and inter-settlement interaction. Theory and analytical structure.
    David Preston (1974) Working Paper 91
  • Notes on the definition of West Yorkshire study area and the new West Yorkshire metropolitan country
    David Illingworth, Paul Smith, Philip Rees (1974) Working Paper 90
  • Hydrological slope models : the influence of climate
    Michael Kirkby (1974) Working Paper 89
  • Generation structure and topology of channel networks
    Michael Kirkby (1974) Working Paper 88
  • A transport model for West Yorkshire
    Peter Bonsall (1974) Working Paper 87
  • The design and evaluation of an urban park-and-ride system : some methodological issues
    Huw Williams, Ian Sanderson, Martyn Senior (1974) Working Paper 86
  • Accounts and models for spatial demographic analysis. 3, rates and life tables
    Philip Rees, Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 85
  • Urban and regional analysis in Leeds : the structure and development of a research programme
    Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 84
  • The Lowry model, and its application to West Yorkshire
    Graham Mountcastle (1974) Working Paper 83
  • Computational aspects in the development of a package of transport analysis programs
    Ronald Spence (1974) Working Paper 82
  • The development of an extended Lowry model for application at the city scale / by R.L. Mackett.
    Roger Mackett (1974) Working Paper 81
  • Some observations on the use and disaggregation of activity allocation models in structure planning
    Roger Mackett (1974) Working Paper 80
  • A user's guide to a program for calibrating and testing special interaction models
    Graham Mountcastle, John Stillwell, Philip Rees (1974) Working Paper 79
  • Retailers' profits and consumers' welfare in a spatial interaction shopping model
    Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 78
  • The calibration of a trip distribution-modal split model with origin-specific decay parameters
    Frank Southworth (1974) Working Paper 77
  • A simple model for population projections applied to ethnic group and small area populations
    Philip Rees abd John King (1974) Working Paper 76
  • Immigrant fertility trends and population growth in Leeds
    John King (1974) Working Paper 75
  • Urban and regional models : some organising concepts to describe the state of the art
    Alan Wilson(1974) Working Paper 74
  • Towards a unified model of urban structure and development.
    Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 73
  • Some generalizations and applications of the velocity field concept
    Huw Williams (1974) Working Paper 70-72
  • Recent developments in the use of 70 MM aerial photography in geographical research in Australia
    James Hogg (1974) Working Paper 69
  • A family of demographic accounts
    Philip Rees (1974) Working Paper 68
  • Urban commodity flows and the environmental balance
    Sally Macgill (1974) Working Paper 67
  • Energy and materials flows in the urban space economy
    Eric Cripps, Sally Macgill, Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 66
  • Approaches to residential location modelling 2 : urban economic models and some recent developments (a review)
    Martyn Senior (1974) Working Paper 65
  • A new representation of the urban system for modelling and for the study of micro-level interdependence
    Alan Wilson, Carol Pownall (1974) Working Paper 64
  • Periglacial mass movement in the fine grained unconsolidated materials
    James Petch (1974) Working Paper 63
  • Low cost water level recorders
    James Petch, Hazel Faulkener (1974) Working Paper 62
  • A category analysis trip generation model for West Yorkshire
    Paul Goodman (1974) Working Paper 61
  • A computer program for constructing spatial demographic accounts (aggregate population) : users' manual
    Philip Rees, Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 60
  • Methods of constructing spatial demographic accounts for a British region
    Paul Smith, Philip Rees (1974) Working Paper 59
  • The fertility of immigrants in Leeds
    John King (1974) Working Paper 58
  • Erosion and equilibrium
    Michael Kirkby (1974) Working Paper 57
  • Housing market benefits : some reflections on Houghton's model and the Herbert-Stevens model and its variants
    Martyn Senior (1974) Working Paper 56
  • Emigration and change : experience in Southern Ecuador
    David Preston(1974) Working Paper 52
  • Some new forms of spatial interaction model : a review
    Alan Wilson (1974) Working Paper 55
  • A comparison of available models of population growth
    Philip Rees, Alan Wilson (1973) Working Paper 54
  • Population statistics and spatial demographic accounts
    Alan Wilson, Philip Rees (1973) Working Paper 53
  • A computer version of a spatial demographic account building model: user's manual
    Paul Smith (1973) Working Paper 51
  • Retail allocation models : an investigation into problems of application to the Rotherham sub-region
    Paul Smith (1973) Working Paper 50
  • A residential location model incorporating spatially varying levels of information
    Roger Mackett (1973) Working Paper 49
  • The social, economic and location characteristics of ethnic births in Leeds C.B. in 1971
    John King (1973) Working Paper 47
  • Some methods for building dynamic models in urban regional analysis
    Alan Wilson (1973) Working Paper 46
  • The administrative structure controlling water resources in Britain and some European Economic Community countries
    Adrian McDonald (1973) Working Paper 45
  • A note on some problems in short term sedimentation measurement in the North Esk Reservoir, Midlothian
    Adrian McDonald (1973) Working Paper 44
  • Explorations and syntheses of linear programming and spatial interaction models of residential location
    Martyn Senior, Alan Wilson (1973) Working Paper 43
  • Some relationships between entropy maximising models, mathematical programming models, and their duals
    Alan Wilson, Martyn Senior (1973) Working Paper 42
  • Public facilities : some geographical and economic considerations
    Peter Whitehead (1973) Working Paper 41
  • Some views on the effect of peat drainage
    Adrian McDonald (1973) Working Paper 40
  • Recent developments in trip distribution and modal split transportation models : a review
    Frank Southworth (1973) Working Paper 38
  • Trip generation: a review of the category analysis and regression models
    Paul Goodman (1973) Working Paper 36
  • Learning and control mechanisms for urban modelling
    Alan Wilson (1973) Working Paper 35
  • Landslides and weathering rates
    Michael Kirkby (1973) Working Paper 34
  • A computer version of a spatial demographic model: II, A user's manual.
    Paul Smith, G Mountcastle (1973) Working Paper 33
  • Farmers and towns : rural-urban interaction in Highland Bolivia
    David Preston (1973) Working Paper 32
  • A computer version of a generalized Rogers' model: I, Data preparation and model test for an English or Welsh county.
    Paul Smith, G Mountcastle (1973) Working Paper 31
  • Shopping in the city : the application of an intraurban shopping model to Leeds
    Roger Mackett (1973) Working Paper 30
  • The estimation of employment in small areas within the city
    Roger Mackett (1973) Working Paper 29
  • Principles for building a general urban model
    Alan Wilson (1973) Working Paper 21
  • Travel demand forecasting : achievements and problems.
    Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 28
  • A revised notation for spatial demographic accounts and models
    Philip Rees (1972) Working Paper 27
  • Geography and resource management.
    William Birch (1972) Working Paper 26
  • Rural-urban transformations in Bolivia: new towns in a new system
    David Preston (1972) Working Paper 25
  • Ecological investigations at a British camp in the Yorkshire Pennines
    Heather Tinsley, Richard Smith (1972) Working Paper 24
  • Accounts and models for spatial demographic analysis. 1, Aggregate populations
    Philip Rees, Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 23-1
  • Disaggregated residential location models : some tests and further theoretical developments
    Martyn Senior, Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 22
  • Further developments of entropy maximizing transport models
    Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 20
  • Towards system models for water resource management.
    Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 19
  • Agriculture in a highland desert : the Central Altiplano of Bolivia
    David Preston (1972) Working Paper 18
  • Internal domination : small towns, the countryside and development
    David Preston (1972) Working Paper 17
  • Peasants and smugglers : frontier trade between Peru and Bolivia
    Michael Wales, David Preston (1972) Working Paper 16
  • Measuring and modelling the distribution of social groups within cities
    Philip Rees (1972) Working Paper 15
  • Student accommodation in Leeds: with particular reference to the contribution of the private sector
    John Pay (1972) Working Paper 14
  • A review of urban ecological and spatial interaction approaches to residential location modelling
    Martyn Senior (1972) Working Paper 13
  • How planning can face new issues
    Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 12
  • Theoretical geography - some speculations
    Alan Wilson (1972) Working Paper 11
  • Post-revolutionary rural-urban interaction on the Bolivian Altiplano
    David Preston (1972) Working Paper 10
  • Behavioural inputs to aggregative urban system models
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 9
  • How to make the Rogers version of the demographic model operational for an English or Welsh county in about one hundred easy steps
    Philip Rees (1971) Working Paper 8
  • Understanding the city of the future
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 7
  • Multi-regional models of population structure and some implications for a dynamic residential location model
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 6
  • Soil, environment and man : a review of some topics relating to man's perception and exploitation of soils
    Richard Smith (1971) Working Paper 5
  • Analysis and planning problems : uses and prospects
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 4
  • Some recent developments in micro-economic approaches to modelling household behaviour : with special reference to spatio-temporal organisation
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 3
  • Farming systems as resource systems
    William Birch (1971) Working Paper 2
  • A family of spatial interaction models, and associated developments
    Alan Wilson (1971) Working Paper 1