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the global urban population had increased from 746 million in 1950 to 3.9 billion in 2014. This means that the urbanization process has experienced an acceleration process like never before, with interest in the study of greenness within cities

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element of the population, then the analysis of linear-shaped objects such as fractures is complicated. To define the spatial interactions and separation processing of an interconnected network visualized on images, the most commonly applied method is

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.026–0.96 m 3 s −1 Land use Share of urban land 0.079 0–0.48 – Share of arable land 0.39 0–0.86 – Share of forests and semi-natural areas 0.45 0.04–0.97 – Share of wetlands and open water surfaces 0.0035 0–0.03 – Point source loads Total population 24,000 44

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-sized brachiopod populations) are decisive for the recognition of fossil/recent vents/seeps, as discussed by Callender and Powell ( 1992 ). Later, Bujtor ( 2007 ) initiated a stable isotope analysis and ruled out the seep origin but proposed a genetic model and

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clarity of the above, here are some explanations about the performance of the genetic algorithm and the mixed Bingham distribution. Regarding Fig. 5a , in the genetic algorithm the entire data is initially considered as the initial population (the

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clarity of the above, here are some explanations about the performance of the genetic algorithm and the mixed Bingham distribution. Regarding Fig. 5a , in the genetic algorithm the entire data is initially considered as the initial population (the

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descriptions given by Gilbert ( 1987 ) and Hipel and McLeod ( 1994 ) as follows: In the case of determining the presence of a monotonic trend in a time series, the null hypothesis (H0) of the Mann–Kendall test is that the data come from a population

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eggshell assemblage, in contrast with the underrepresentation of skeletal remains of small-bodied non-avian and avian theropods, supports the hypothesis that the population of egg layers lived farther away from the river system, while their nesting site was

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triangulation point land surveying triangle, in the crested wheatgrass population, in January 2012, on a cold winter day, under frozen soil and pollen-free conditions, in order to reduce disturbance caused by the drilling. Results The

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