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1 Procedure for using the matrix inversion routinethe spint modity programs allow the used to modity a spint matrix. It also, copies information at the beginning and end of a life which allows it to process impact files, etc.
2 Demographic patterns and characteristics of UtahThe historical emphasis on numbers rather than on the quality and make-up of the population, though scarcely justifiable, is understandable. Concentration on a single magnitude certainly simplifies the projection of a population. To illustrate, the world population is now approximately 3.5 billion. ...
3 A spatial allocation model for regional impact projections
4 Model codes and analysis tools for quality growthThe following ordinance is designed as an OVERLAY zone for sensitive areas. It depends on a map, adopted as a zoning overlay map, that identifies the approximate areas where the sensitive lands will be located. The areas are described in this workbook. For the methods and sources of data that may be...
5 Contemporary projections of Utah's population portend relatively small increases in higher education enrollments
6 Utah Economic and Business Review 7(1): Measures of Economic Changes in Utah 1847-1947The Bureau of Economic and Business Research of the University of Utah, in the sixteen years of its existence, has had as its primary objective the accumulation of the factual material necessary for an understanding of the economy of Utah and the West. A number of special studies on various selected...1947
7 Utah's Economic PatternsThe first edition of Utah's Economic Patterns, published in December 1953, was distributed to social science teachers in Utah's high schools and colleges and to leaders in education and business. From these leaders have come a number of suggestions for this revised edition. The purpose of this ...1956
8 Employment and population analysis and projections Salt Lake Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United StatesThomas A. McLean and Mrs. Connie P. Faulkner, graduate students in the Department of Economics, rendered very valuable assistance in the preparation of this report. The Utah Department of Employment Security was most cooperative and helpful in making available the necessary basic data for this stud...1962-09
9 Employment and population analysis and projections Ogden Metropolitan Area, Utah and the United StatesThomas A. McLean and M r s . Connie P„ F a u l k n e r , graduate s t u d e n t s , and David L . Sutton, a senior student, in the Department of Economics, r e n d e r e d very valuable a s s i s t a n c e in the p r e p a r a t i o n of this r e p o r t. The Utah Department of Employment Se...1963-07
10 Population characteristics of the Salt Lake Metropolitan AreaThis study could not have been undertaken without the assistance of many. An expression of gratitude is due Dr. Osmond L. Harline, Director of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, and Dr. Clyde N. Randall, Dean of the College of Business, of the University of Utah, who responded to the orig...1964-01
11 Employment and population analysis and projections Provo metropolitan area, Utah and the United StatesThis is the third and final report analyzing and projecting the employment profile and estimating the future population of Utah's three Metropolitan Areas Salt Lake, Ogden, and Provo--as part of a transportation study of each area by the Utah State Highway Department and local government agencies ...1964-09
12 Recreation in Utah a profile of the demand for outdoor recreation by Utah residentsAre recurring problem in planning for economic and industrial development is the lack of sufficient basic data upon which sound planning decisions may be made. One of the industry areas in which the lack of basic data for planning is conspicuous by its scarcity is outdoor recreation. Yet the outdoor...1966-01
13 A projections model for small area economies1966-06
14 Employment, population, income and automobiles in Salt Lake, Ogden, Provo Metropolitan Area and State of UtahWilliam C a r l i s l e and Michael A. Stoddard, graduate students in the Department of Economics, rendered v e r y valuable a s s i s t a n c e in the p r e p a r a tion of t h i s r e p o r t . Gregory M. Nielson, graduate student in Mathematics, a s s i s t e d in computer programming, and Iver...1966-12
15 Central Utah planning region manpower survey: a rural area report June, 19671967-06
16 Recreation in Utah a profile of the demand for outdoor recreation by out-of-state travelers to UtahA recurring problem when planning for economic and industrial development is the lack of sufficient basic data on which sound planning decisions can be based. One of the industry areas in which this lack of basic data has been conspicuous is the area of the out-of-state visitors' demand for Utah's o...1967-12
17 Utah Economic and Business ReviewIn the opening month of 1968, the state's economy continued to move along the high income and employment plateaus, which it initially achieved last summer. Since the beginning of the copper strike, there has been little evidence of more than a horizontal movement in either of these two major indexes...1968; 1969; 1970; 1971; 1972
18 Utah coal-market potential and economic impactCoal is one of Utah's most interesting natural resources. This mineral has had a major impact on Utah, its industry, and its people. As clearly shown by this study, the future of coal i s dependent upon finding new uses in power generation, gasification and liquefaction. Of these three possible sour...1968-09
19 1969 Statistical Abstract of UtahThis publication of the Statistical Abstract of Utah, 1969, is the fifth edition and commemorates the Utah Golden Spike Centennial. The first abstract was published in 1947 at the time of Utah's Centennial, and others were issued in 1954, 1960 and 1964. The purpose of the Abstract is to supplemen...1969
20 An industrial development information system for Utah1969-12
21 Utah input-output study: projections of income, employment, output and revenueThis paper includes with moderate revisions, the August, 1967, report [3]* on the Utah Input-Output study. Since this earlier publication, the Input-Output tables have been used in projecting 1975 output, income, employment and revenues. These results are reported and discussed in this paper; also d...1970-01
22 Multi-county regions in UtahThe publication of this report was made possible through the financial assistance of the Four Corners Regional Commission with coordination by the State Planning Coordinator's Office, State of Utah. The statements, findings, conclusions, recommendations, and other data in this report are solely thos...1970-03
23 Barriers to industrial development in Utah's portion of the four corners regionUtah's portion of the Four Corners area is composed of the 21 counties which are south and/or east of Salt Lake County. The Utah Four Corners area covers 65,000 square miles which is approximately 80 percent of the state. The are a has a population of 274,500 dispersed throughout the region in a ver...1970-06-01
24 Methodology for forecasting and allocating population, employment and land use along the Wasatch FrontThe report which follows presents a methodology for forecasting population, employment and land use patterns along the Wasatch Front. The methodology combines and mathematical model with a mapping analysis. Both are flexible and can be applied to transportation areas, counties, census tracts and tra...1970-09
25 An analysis of land use in the Salt Lake, Ogden and Utah Valley Area transportation studies 1960 1970, and 1995In early 1971, the Center for Business and Economic Research contracted with the Utah State Department of Highways to develop and apply a methodology for forecasting employment, population, dwelling units and various land use categories for the Salt Lake Area Transportation Study (SLATS), the Ogden ...1972-12
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