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Franklin J. James

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1972Selected Sources And Index to "Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization"
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Land-Use Modeling: Current Problems and Future Directions
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Bay Area Transportation Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Bay Area Simulation Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Detroit Regional Transportation and Land-Use Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Atlanta Region Metropolitan Planning Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Puget Sound Regional Transportation Study
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Survey of Land-Use Modeling: An Overview
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Land-Use-Transportation Planning Studies
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Introduction to "Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization"
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
Front Matter to "Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization"
with H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, John F. Kain, Mahlon R. Straszheim
in Empirical Models of Urban Land Use: Suggestions on Research Objectives and Organization, H. James Brown, J. Royce Ginn, Franklin J. James, John F. Kain, and Mahlon R. Straszheim
 
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