Timms D W G, 1970, "Comparative factorial ecology: some New Zealand examples" Environment and Planning 2(4) 455 – 467
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Comparative factorial ecology: some New Zealand examples
D W G Timms
Received 23 June 1970
Abstract. The use of factorial ecology in the analysis of residential differentiation is illustrated by data on the four main urban areas in New Zealand and by some historical data on Auckland. The article concludes by examining some of the implications of factorial ecology for urban theory.
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