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    NA NA
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    0116214643
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    978-0116214645
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    Palgrave Macmillan; Revised edition (September 27, 2001)
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    256 pages
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    Social Sciences
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The trends of transformations of agricultural land use revealed as a result of statistical data analysis, match with transitions of land cover categories belonging to the aggregated group of cropping processes. Transformations of land cover types with predominance of shrub vegetation were the most problematic to interpret because of lack of comparable statistical data on pastures. Ed. ilanova, J. Himiyama, I. Bičik.

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Office for National Statistics, Na Na. Regional Trends brings together data from a wide range of governmental and non governmental sources to present comparative statistics that illustrate regional diversity across the United Kingdom. While the regions are similar in many aspects of daily life, regional differences in income, housing costs, health, and unemployment exist. Over the period 1997-2000 average gross weekly household income in London was more than one and a half times that of households in the North East

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Trend Drinks - is a manufacturer of soft drinks in Gladstone in the Southern Flinders Ranges of South Australia. Trend Drinks is the last locally owned regional soft drink manufacturer in South Australia. Trend (Soziologie) - Die Anatomie eines Trends Ein Trend (von engl. to trend ‚in einer bestimmten Richtung verlaufen‘ bzw. ‚drehen‘ oder ‚wenden‘) ist ein Instrument zur Beschreibung von Veränderungen und Strömungen in allen Bereichen der Gesellschaft.

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Facing the elements: analyzing trends in Antarctic tourism.

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Global and regional trends in aerosol optical depth - ACPD However, on the regional scales, the trends could be considerable.

Global and regional trends in aerosol optical depth - ACPD. Global and regional trends in aerosol optical depth - ACPD. Climatology and trends of aerosol optical depth over. IMS METU-Erdemli (36◦ N, 34◦ E), La Parguera (17◦ N, 67◦ W), Nauru (0◦ S, 166◦ E), Shirahama (33◦ N, 135◦ E), and Venise (45◦ N, 12◦ E). The intercept of −. 08 ( ± . 05) and gradient of −. 014 ( ±. 008) per year of the best-fit line are not significantly different from zero at the 95 % confidence level (the gradient is significant at the 90 % level, but is small in magnitude). However, on the regional scales, the trends could be considerable.

Trends and Interpretations 1 The paper established a number of "stylized facts", one of which is a confirmation of the S. Kuznets' hypothesis of the nonlinear dependence between the degree of inequality in income distribution. Kuznets' hypothesis of the nonlinear dependence between the degree of inequality in income distribution and welfare economic systems on the example of a group of Russian regions for the period 2002–2012.

Regional Trends brings together data from a wide range of governmental and non governmental sources to present comparative statistics that illustrate regional diversity across the United Kingdom. While the regions are similar in many aspects of daily life, regional differences in income, housing costs, health, and unemployment exist. Over the period 1997-2000 average gross weekly household income in London was more than one and a half times that of households in the North East. In terms of personal income, London and the South East also have the highest proportion of people with a taxable income of £50,000 or more. To balance this weekly household expenditure and housing costs are higher than the national average and house prices continue to rise at a higher rate. Between 1999 and 2000 London house prices increased by almost 19 per cent. In relation to people's health the north-south difference is pronounced. Deaths from circulatory diseases are much higher in the north, although the differences have narrowed slightly in recent years.