Spatial geography


Carmon, N. (1996). The social alternative: Spatial planning and development for Israel 2020 -  A Master Plan for Israel 2020. Haifa: The Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. (Hebrew)


Feitelson, E. (1993). The spatial effects of land use regulations: A missing link in growth control evaluations. Journal of the American Planning Association, 59, 461-472. 


Feitelson, E. (1995). Open space policies for Israel's core: Principles and directions for implementation. Jerusalem: Floersheimer Institute for Policy Studies. (Hebrew)


Goldreich, Y. (1984). Discorrelation matrix - A spatial correlation trend analysis. Geographical Analysis, 16, 358-368. 


Goldreich, Y., and Raveh, A. (1993). COLPLOT display technique as an aid to climatic classification. Geographical Analysis, 25, 337-353. 


Goldreich, Y. (1994). Applications of spatial analysis techniques to determine the cloud seeding contribution to the rainfall in Israel. Physical Geography, 15, 573-593. 


Gonen, A., and Shilhav, Y. (1979). Spatial competition between school systems: The case of state-religious education in Israel. Geoforum, 10, 203-208. 


Gradus, Y., and Krakover, S. (1977). The effect of government policy on the spatial structure of manufacturing in Israel. Journal of Developing Areas, 11, 393-409. 


Grossman, D. (1976). Von Thunen rings and contemporary settlements: The case of tenant camps of Nikeland, Regional Geography, Vol. 8 (pp. 28-29). Moska: International Geographical Union. 


Grossman, D. (1984). Spatial analysis of historical migrations in Samaria. GeoJournal, 9, 393-406. 


Hershkovitz, S. (1972). The spatial structure of the religious in Jerusalem,, 1959-1972. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 9, 156-173.  (Hebrew)


Hershkovitz, S. (1980). Spatial structure of a population in a metropolitan area. Public Administration Quarterly, 474. 


Hershkovitz, S. (1981). Spatial segregation in cities. Public Administration Quarterly, 812. 


Kark, R. (1984). Land ownership and spatial change in the nineteenth century Palestine: An overview. In M. Roscizewsky (Ed.), Transition From Spontaneous to Regulated Spatial Organization (pp. 183-196). Warsaw: The Polish Academy of Sciences. 


Kellerman, A. (1976). Spatial aspects of the inter-rural centers of Israel. Journal of Rural Cooperation, 4, 51-71. 


Kellerman, A. (1977). The pertinence of the Macro-Thunian analysis. Economic Geography, 53, 255-264. 


Kellerman, A. (1979). Trends in the spatial allocation of employments in metropolitan Tel-Aviv. Economic Quarterly, 101-2, 311-322.  (Hebrew)


Kellerman, A. (1980). The spatial allocation of retail trade in metropolitan Tel-Aviv. Karka, 18, 16-31.  (Hebrew)


Kellerman, A. (1983). Economic and spatial aspects of Von Thunen's factor intensity theory. Environment and Planning, 15, 1521-1530. 


Kellerman, A. (1994). Spatial data analysis in the social and environmental sciences. Geography Research Forum, 14, 130-131. 


Kellerman, A. (1996). Information and the fusion of spatialities. In H. Couclelis (Ed.), Spatial Technologies, Geographic Information, and the City, Vol. 96-10 (pp. 162-166). Santa Barbara: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. 


Kipnis, B., and Meir, A. (1983). Spatial aspects of interkibbutz manufacturing partnerships. Rural Cooperation, 11(1), 43-64.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1991). The Galilee in the national agenda: The spatial aspect. In A. Shachar (Ed.), David Amiram Book (pp. 140-155). Jerusalem.  (Hebrew)


Kipnis, B. (1996). From dispersal to concentration - Israel's alternating spatial strategies. In Y. Gradus and G. Liphshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 29-36). Beer Sheva: The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 


Kliot, N. (1980). The spatial structure of kibbutz moshav and moshava: the meeting  point of technical efficiency and social order. Studies in the Geography of Israel, 11, 115-131.  (Hebrew)


Krakover, S., and Morrill, R.L. (1992). Long wave spatial and economic inter-relationships in urban development. In J.P. Jones and E. Casetti (Eds.), Applications of the Expansion Method (pp. 161-184). London: Routeledge. 


Lipshitz, G. (1986). A spatial typology of Israel on the basis of partial order analysis. Geographical Analysis, 18, 324-342. 


Meir, A. (1979). A disparity-based diffusion model. The Professional Geographer, 31(4), 382-387. 


Meir, A. (1979). A dynamic spatial diffusion model: An application to the kibbutz industry in Israel. GeoJournal, 3(1), 81-87. 


Meir, A. (1981). Innovation diffusion and regional economic development: The spatial diffusion of automobiles in Ohio. Regional Studies, 15, 111-122. 


Meir, A. (1981). The temporal stability of spatial diffusion channels. GeoJournal, 5(3), 277-284. 


Meir, A. (1985). Is space an integratory concept for geography: Contribution to the debate. L'espace Geographique, 14(2), 90-91. 


Meir, A., and Barnea, D. (1987). Spatial and structural aspects of development of the Bedouin educational system. Notes on the Bedouin, 278-295.  (Hebrew)


Meir, A. (1990). A disparity-based diffusion approach to analysis of mortality decline. Espace, Populations, Societies, 3, 403-406. 


Portugali, J. (1984). Arim, banot migrashim vehazerim: The spatial organization of Israel at the 10-12 centuries BC. Eretz Israel, 17, 282-290.  (Hebrew)


Portugali, J., and Knapp, B. (1985). Cyprus and the Aegeans: A spatial analysis of interaction. In B. Knapp and Spech (Eds.), Production and Exchange in Early Aegan and East Mediterranean Prehistory. California: Institute of Archaeology, UCLA. 


Portugali, J. (1988). Notes on socio-spatial change in the region of Israel: Chalcolithic to Iron Age. Orient, 24, 55-70. 


Portugali, J., Benenson, I., and Omer, I. (1997). Spatial cognitive dissonance and socio-spatial emergence in a self-organizing city. Planning and Design: Environment and Planning B, 24, 263-285. 


Schnell, I. (1986). The formation of Arab space in Israel. Horizons in Geography, 17-18, 49-76.  (Hebrew)


Shachar, A. (1973). A national policy of urbanization and spatial organization. In R. Weitz (Ed.), Urbanization and the Developing Countries (pp. 184-188). New York: Praeger. 


Sonis, M. (1970). Analysis of concrete states of linear geographical systems. Moscow University Vestnik, 4, 24-37.  (Russian)


Sonis, M. (1972). Behavior of the States of Linear Systems: Russian and East European Research Center.  (Russian)


Sonis, M. (1993). Entropy oscillations and the discrete spatial relative dynamics map: A rejoinder. Socio-Spatial Dynamics, 4(1-2), 13-23. 


Sonis, M. (1998). Relationships between spatial and economic analysis. Horizons in Geography, 23-24, 115-122.  (Hebrew)


Stern, E. (1983). Communication and future spatial structure - Some possible scenarios. Town and Regional Planning, 15, 19-23. 


Stern, E. (1983). Are geography students more spatially oriented than others? The South African Geographer, 11(2), 149-160. 


Stern, E. (1985). The functional spaces of Israel according to the equal opportunity criteria. Studies in Geography, 12, 185-205.  (Hebrew)


Stern, E., and Leiser, D. (1988). Levels of spatial knowledge and urban travel modeling. Geographical Analysis, 20(2), 140-155. 


Stern, E. (1988). The spatial effects of the tax policy (1981-1983) on imported cars in Israel. City and Region(18), 48-64.  (Hebrew)


Stern, E. (1994). Traffic congestion and spatial planning in Israel. Environmental Planning Quarterly, 48-49, 19-31. 


Yiftachel, O., and Carmon, N. (1992). The population of Israel and its characteristics: Basic data and forecasts for spatial planning. Haifa: Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion. (Hebrew)


Yiftachel, O. (1994). Spatial planning, land control and Arab-Jewish relations in the Galilee. City and Region, 23, 35-55.  (Hebrew)