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In the past forty years, environmental researchers have achieved major advances in electronic mapping and spatially explicit, computerbased simulation modeling. Those advances have turned quantitative spatial analysis-that is, quantitative analysis of data coded to specific geographic locations-into one of the primary modes of environmental research. Researchers now routinely use spatial analysis to explore environmental trends, diagnose problems, discover causal relationships, predict possibledoi:10.2139/ssrn.2014104 fatcat:uxjv376wjvgxda46hpsi7k5gry