inscription
PORTAIL D'INFORMATION GÉOGRAPHIQUE

Résultats de la recherche (66 résultats)

Affinez votre recherche

Par Collection Par Auteur Par Date Par Sujet Par Titre
  • Mabel Mary Barker, 1885-1961
  • BARKER (M.M.) ; Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 19 ; Siècle 20
  • Mabel Barker was a progressive teacher of university students and school children in Great Britain during the interwar and post-war years. Her principal commitments were to learning out-of-doors, and to a vision for fieldwork survey that championed
  • Barker y sus villas: una propuesta de desarrollo local
  • Barker et ses communautés: une proposition de développement local
  • L'A. envisage l'importance des expériences de développement local et étudie particulièrement les villages Barker et Villa Cacique, dans le secteur sud-est du département de Benito Juárez, province de Buenos Aires. Evolution et transformations
  • Beech bark disease and archaeological crop marks
  • Interspecific variation of bark water storage capacity of three deciduous tree species in relation to stemflow yield and solute flux to forest soils
  • The aim of this study is to couple bark water storage capacity with stemflow production and solute inputs to the forest floor, thereby illustrating the importance of stemflow generation and leaching of nutrient-ions to the geoecology of forest
  • ecosystems. Bark water storage capacity is linked with the geoecology of temperate deciduous forests because stemflow volume and soluble inputs are partly determined by bark water storage capacity.
  • Housing supply and brownfield regeneration in a post-Barker world : is there enough brownfield land in England and Scotland ?
  • Les AA. retracent l'émergence d'une politique de régénération des brownfields et ils étudient comment l'inventaire de Barker (déficit d'offre de logements) peut révéler certaines convergences. Les pratiques en matière de logements et de brownfields
  • The effects of bark beetle stress on the foliar spectral reflectance of lodgepole pine
  • Bande dessinée ; Barks (C.) ; Culturel ; Disney ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Symbolique de l'espace
  • nobles (National Geographic ou légendes vikings). Décors ambitieux. L'A. examine cinq histoires célèbres de Donald (1949-52) plus un supplément italien de 1962. L'A. met en rapport les légendes vikings avec celles de Barks et analyse les autres paysages
  • . Le paysage italien de Barks est celui, ironique, de la perception américaine un peu rétro, avec des connotations réelles et symboliques.
  • Explanations of a changing landscape : a critical examination of the British Columbia bark beetle epidemic
  • This paper focuses on an unprecedented bark beetle epidemic in British Columbia, Canada. To do so, it applies political ecology was applied to guide this analysis, emphasizing both the ecological and social factors involved. Findings illustrate how
  • the outbreak involved many actors, beyond bark beetles and trees, and resulted from complex interactions between ecological and social factors. It also reveals how actors that prioritized short-term economic gains shaped the conditions that fostered
  • BARKER, R., (Editeur scientifique)
  • During the last more than twenty years, various types of forest disturbance occurred in the central part of the Šumava Mountains. The bark beetle outbreak in this region resulted in regional-scale spruce forest decay. The final disturbance model
  • shows progress and dynamics of spruce bark beetle spreading in both national parks as well as the development of forest losses due to clear-cutting mainly in the Šumava NP. - (EN)
  • Roots, branches, leaves, stems, bark, fruits and seeds from Nepal are exported in large amounts to India for use in traditional medicine and essential oils. The marketing of these raw materials has various levels of intermediaries. A. offers