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Using GIS to understand space and time in the social, behavioural and economic sciences : a white paper. / Gregory, Ian N.; Knowles, Anne Kelly.

In: SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences, 01.2011.

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Gregory IN, Knowles AK. Using GIS to understand space and time in the social, behavioural and economic sciences : a white paper. SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. 2011 Jan.

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Gregory, Ian N. ; Knowles, Anne Kelly. / Using GIS to understand space and time in the social, behavioural and economic sciences : a white paper. In: SBE 2020: Future Research in the Social, Behavioral & Economic Sciences. 2011.

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