2 edition of Kinkō toshi Koganei no chiriteki seikaku no henka chōsa hōkoku found in the catalog.
|Statement||Koganei-shi Kyōiku Iinkai|
|Publishers||Koganei-shi Kyōiku Iinkai|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||68|
|2||Koganei shishi hensan shiryō -- dai 28-hen|
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The national census and a survey of labor are used for determining the labor census. Kisho Gakkai A The Meteorological Society of JapanKishoshushi no bunken mokuroku, t Index to the Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 1923-1956Nihon Kisho Gakkai, 1959, 193 pp. Papers are in the fields of marine meteorology, submarine land forms, physical and biological oceanography, and geography and marine law. This is Japan's representative journal of meteorology, and most of the results of theoretical research and work dealing with large areas are published here.
Contents of the four maps are: 1 Quaternary mineralization, 2 Neo-Tertiary mineralization, 3 Mesozoic-Old Tertiary mineralization, and 4 Paleozoic mineralization.
This booklet was compiled for geographers interested in urban geography. 1, A Guide to Japanese Reference and Research Materials in the Field of Political Science, Revised EditionT, by Robert E. ENCYCLOPEDIAS, DICTIONARIES AND GAZETTEERS, AND TRAVEL GUIDES 14 3 A. About sixty papers concerning various fields of oceanography are included. YEARBOOKS, COLLECTIONS OF STATISTICS, AND CENSUSES 32-59 5 IV. This is a listing of articles and reports published in the Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, arranged in accordance with the U.
The material which appears in them is generally not reproduced elsewhere so libraries are compelled to keep many fragmentary sets of now-defunct periodicals.
0 008 940111s1992 ja a f00000 jpn 010 a 94102957 019 1 a10728463 035 a1613930 040 aDLC-R cDLC-R dANL 043 aa-ja--- 050 0 0 aHB3651 b. Furthermore, in this postwar period, Japanese scholarship has been rather sharply divided into different schools of interpretation and so it has not always been possible to secure impartial judgment. Recently some geographers have been interested in the study of national and international political affairs.
Some new sets have appeared since the war but for the most part they show no fundamental improvement over the older ones in either quality or amount of information, except that statistical and like data are more up to date.
For all these three categories, the date, scale, area, objective, and other necessary information are listed.
Volumes one and two are on methodology and general principles of settlement geography, and volumes three and four are regional descriptions of settlements in Japan and the world, respectively.