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Primary Seed Orchard. Journal of Northeast Forestry University 30(2): 9-12. ZHANG ZHUOWEN and LI PING (1990): Study on Ecological Character of Pollen in chinese fir. Scientia Silvae Sinicae 26(5): 410-417. ZHANG ZHUOWEN (2002): Pollen dispersal and its spatial distribution in seed orchards of Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook. Silvae Genetica 51(6): 237-241. ZHANG ZHUOWEN (2002): Differences in Flowering Characteristic among Clones of Cunninghamia lanceolata (Lamb.) Hook. Silvae Genetica 51(6): 206-209. ZHANG ZHUOWEN (2004): Studies on the pollination characteristics

Migration. The comparison of Finland, Hungary and Russia. Working papers on population, family and welfare, 79. Budapest: Central Statistical Office. MLSA (2012). Internal statistics of the number of renewed work permits and foreign employees registered with the labour office. Nosek, V. (2010). Prostorové aspekty sociálních nerovnomeˇrností: Česko v kontextu strˇední a vy´chodní Evropy. Dissertation thesis. Prague: Faculty of Science, Charles University in Prague. Novotny´, J., Janská, E., Č ermáková, D. (2007). Spatial distribution of immigrants in Czechia and its


The aim of the studies was to develop an alternative method which could overcome the lack of sampling to improve the efficiency of control efforts for bovine endemic fluorosis. The spatial distribution characteristics of the disease were analysed and a prediction model for the estimation of fluorosis distribution in some districts in northwest Liaoning province in China was established. The model used ordinary kriging, and was evaluated using cross-validation. Analysis showed that the distribution of the disease was spatial autocorrelation. The prediction error of the cross-validation (ME = -0.0092, PMSE = 0.627, AKSE = 0.597, and RMSP = 1.007) and comparison with the actual disease distribution indicated that the prediction map accurately distributed bovine endemic fluorosis. It is feasible to predict bovine endemic fluorosis in the area by using ordinary kriging and limited data.

application of phosphatic fertilizers. Radioisotopes , 55 , 71–78. Tagami K. Uchida S. 2006 Use of a natural U/Th concentration ratio for estimation of anthropogenic uranium concentration in Japanese agricultural soils due to application of phosphatic fertilizers Radioisotopes 55 71 78 14. Sartandel, S. J., Jha, S. K., Bara, S. V., Tripathi, R. M., & Puranik, V. D. (2009). Spatial distribution of uranium and thorium in the surface soil around proposed uranium mining site at Lambapur and its vertical profile in the Nagarjuna Sagar Dam. J. Environ. Radioact. , 100 , 831


The process of formation and rotting of ice on lakes is an integral part of the hydrological cycle of many lakes. The conditions of the ice regime significantly influence the ecological system of lakes. The article includes calculation and analysis of errors in the determination of the spatial ice distribution (spatial resolution of 4–6 km) on Lake Onego, Lake Ladoga, Lake Segozero and Lake Vigozero within the period of 2006−2017 according to National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NOAA NESDIS) data with regard to reliable Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) data (spatial resolution of 500 m). It was established that within the monitoring period, NSIDC data have the minimum mean values of errors in determining the spatial distribution of ice on lakes (3−10%) compared to NOAA NESDIS data (11−19%) and are also of more practical interest in estimating the ice coverage of lakes. The dependence of the mean value of errors that occur in the determination of the spatial distribution of ice (according to NSIDC, NOAA and NESDIS data) on the actual value of ice coverage (according to MODIS) was revealed. The results show that the NSIDC data allow estimating adequately the phases of the ice regime; however, the formation of a daily time series of ice coverage during freeze-up and break-up phases is possible only with a significant error (mean value of absolute deviations according to MODIS data is up to 35%).

Horticultură, vol. 52. Irimia L., Patriche C.V., 2011 - GIS applications in viticulture. The spatial distribution analysis of slope inclination and slope exposure in Husi vine growing centre-Huşi vineyard. Rev. Cercetări Agronomice în Moldova, 1 (145), pp. 51-59. Jones G., 2004 - Modeling Viticultural Landscapes : A GIS Analysis of the Terroir Potential in the Umpqua Valley of Oregon. GeoScience Canada , 31 (4): 167-178. Olaya V., 2004 - A gentle introduction to SAGA GIS, Edition 1.1 , Rev. December 9. Oşlobeanu M., Macici M., Georgescu M., Stoian V., 1991 - Zonarea

structured game, played according to the players’ positions and specific functions. Other studies have suggested that players’ spatial distribution variability on the pitch can be a relevant concept to quantify their individual movements from a tactical perspective ( Silva et al., 2014a ; Silva et al., 2015 ). For instance, a study conducted by Silva et al. (2014a) concluded that national-level soccer players presented higher variability than regional-level players when playing small-sided games in smaller areas, which may indicate that players of different skills

test of conservation priorities using taxonomic data. Biodivers. Conserv. 12: 2237-2253. Lan G., Hu Y., Cao M., Zhu H., Wang H., Zhou S., Deng X., Cui J., Huang J., Liu L., Xu H., Song J., He Y. 2008. Establishment of Xishuangbanna tropical forest dynamics plot: species compositions and spatial distribution patterns. J. Plant Ecol. 32: 287-298 (in Chinese with English abstract). Lan G., Zhu H., Cao M., Hu Y., Wang H., Deng X, Zhou S., Cui J., Huang J., He Y., Liu L., Xu H., Song J. 2009. Spatial dispersion patterns of trees in a tropical rainforest in Xishuangbanna

(4), 505–508. De los Ríos-Escalante, P. 2017. Non randomness in spatial distribution in two inland water species malacostracans. J. King Saud Univ. Sci. , 29 , 260–262. De los Ríos-Escalante, P., Mansilla, A. 2017. Spatial patterns of Pisidium chilense (Mollusca Bivalvia) and Hyalella patagonica (Crustacea, Amphipoda) in an unpolluted stream in Navarino Island (54° S; Cape Horn Biosphere Reserve). J. King Saud Univ. Sci ., 29 , 28–31. De los Ríos-Escalante, P., Ibáñez-Arancibia, E. 2016. A checklist of marine crustaceans known from Easter Island

characterise territorial structural weakness, and then employed the technique of geographically weighted regression to explore their linkages with the spatial distribution of funds from the urban development support scheme ( Städtebauförderung ). The paper starts with a brief literature overview, followed by a materials & methods section. The next chapter presents the main empirical findings, and the final section presents our conclusions. Urban policy funds: targeting disadvantaged places Despite a recent upsurge in research on cities, there is little consensus in the