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2011), is a collection of scholarly papers on the nature, scope, evolution, and problems in social geography. 5 % during the period 1979–1988 (Fig. 1). In the early 1970s he was influenced by the quantitative revolution and its impact on geography. His graduate training at the University of Waterloo had a strong impact on his epistemological foundations in the methodological approaches in geography. After he became a faculty member at the University of Delhi in 1980, his interests shifted to conceptual developments in geography and natural resource management issues, and so his contributions in the area of quantitative geography took back stage.
1 Publication patterns (in %) of Professor Baleshwar Thakur: 1968–2011. (Source: Chapter authors) remainder of this chapter reviews his research contributions to these broad subfields of geography. His research career can be divided into two phases: 1964–1980 and post-1980s. During the first phase he was interested in understanding the long-term processes of urbanization in its regional context in developing countries focusing on India and quantitative geography applications. After relocating to the University of Delhi, his interests shifted to the study of natural resource management and history of Indian geography, although he pursued his interest in urban geography as well.
F. D. Sewell) school of PAVE (perceptions, attitudes, values and emotions)’ in his research and teaching endeavors. The BKW school was rooted in the behavioral, perceptual, and institutional responses to flood hazards. The MOSS school was an outgrowth of the BKW school extending the behavioral geographic approach to natural resources management. He was in particular motivated by the coursework he had completed with Professor Bruce Mitchell at the University of Waterloo. During the decades 1989–1999 and 1999–2011, he has published mostly in the area of NRM.
Dynamics of a Vortex Ring Moving Perpendicular to the Axis of a Rotating Fluid by Eisenga A.H.M., Vercicco R., van Heijst G.J.F.