Aggregate accessibility to population at the county level: U.S. 1940-2000

@article{OKelly2003AggregateAT,
  title={Aggregate accessibility to population at the county level: U.S. 1940-2000},
  author={Morton E. O'Kelly and Mark W. Horner},
  journal={Journal of Geographical Systems},
  year={2003},
  volume={5},
  pages={5-23}
}
A classic study by Harris (1954) shows a map of U.S. national accessibility. Harris argued that access to population and income represents a critical factor for location analysis. Such maps and analyses are now readily produced by geographical information systems, allowing experimentation with various parameters, and explorations of changes. By comparing changes in these measurements we can develop a synthetic picture of the impacts of population redistribution. This paper offers a… CONTINUE READING

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