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Wykorzystanie metody 2SFCA w badaniach dostępności przestrzennej usług medycznych = The application of the two-step floating catchment area method to studies of accessibility of healthcare services


Przegląd Geograficzny T. 85 z. 2 (2013)


Stępniak, Marcin



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spatial accessibility ; medical services ; GIS ; Mazovia


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