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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Analyzing Spatial Distribution Patterns of Visual Indicators of Slum Conditions: Case of Rajarghat, Kolkata, India, Bryan Tramontina
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

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Predictive Model of Illegal Dumpsites in Westmoreland and York Counties, Pennsylvania, Andrea Viazanko
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Spatial Manifestation and Trends of Cremation in Pennsylvania, Rachel Applebaum
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

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Applying Spatial Analysis to Detect Traffic Crash Patterns in a Rural County and Statistical Analysis to Associate Contributing Factors, David Dwight Schwab
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

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Declining Retail Establishments: The Case of Century III Mall, Joseph J. Tokosh
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

Theses/Dissertations from 2014

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A Spatial Analysis of the Relationship Between the Occurrence of Mange in Pennsylvania's Black Bear Population and Impervious Land Cover, Amanda S. Sommerer
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

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Spatial and Temporal Variations of Indicator Bacteria Densities in the Receiving Waters of Combined Sewer Overflows: The Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Michael Richard Muder
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

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Surviving Rural Pennsylvania: The Use of Social Networks in Livelihood Strategies, Amy Ellen Salsgiver
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

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Marcellus Shale Exploration in Greene County, Pennsylvania: A Land Cover Study of the Cumulative Effects of Forest Fragmentation in Well Pad Site Selection and Construction, Joshua Eugene Steiner
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

Theses/Dissertations from 2011

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From Production to Consumption: Gentrification, Preservation, and the Uneven (Re)development of Pittsburgh's South Side, Nicholas Joseph Holdzkom
Department: Geography and Regional Planning

Theses/Dissertations from 2010

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The Applicability of Geospatial Techniques to Analyze Visibility as a Determinant of Late-Woodland Settlement Patterns in Southwestern Pennsylvania, Sara R. Fortnam
Department: Geography and Regional Planning