David W. Pollock

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Wayfinding is part of everyday life. This study concentrates o n the development of a conceptual model of human navigation in the U.S. Interstate Highway Network. It proposes three different levels of conceptual understanding that constitute the cognitive map: the Planning Level, the Instructional Level, and the Driver Level. This paper formally defines(More)
Techniques and Methods 6–A41 Cover. The cover image shows the local, intermediate, and regional-scale flow systems that develop in response to sinusoidal variations in water-table elevation about an average linear regional gradient. A regional groundwater divide exists at the right boundary and the regional discharge area is in the upper left corner of the(More)
Wayfinding is part of everyday life. This study concentrates on the development of a conceptual model of human navigation in the U.S. Interstate Highway Network. It proposes three different levels of conceptual understanding that constitute the cognitive map: the Planning Level, the Instructional Level, and the Driver Level. This paper formally defines(More)
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