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Belgium through the lens of rail travel requests: does geography still matter?

Bibliographic reference Jones, Jonathan ; Cloquet, Christophe ; Adam, Arnaud ; Decuyper, Adeline ; Thomas, Isabelle. Belgium through the lens of rail travel requests: does geography still matter?. In: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, Vol. 5, p. 216 (2016)
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