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  • Alaska ; Arctique ; Base de données ; Eau de fonte ; Gel ; Glace ; Glace de mer ; Recherche ; Relation homme-environnement ; Région polaire ; Surveillance ; Type de temps ; Variabilité interannuelle
  • Alaska ; Arctic Region ; Data base ; Freezing ; Ice ; Interannual variability ; Man-environment relations ; Meltwater ; Monitoring ; Polar region ; Research ; Sea ice ; Weather type
  • Agua de deshielo ; Alaska ; Base de datos ; Helado ; Hielo ; Hielo de mar ; Investigación ; Región polar ; Relación hombre-medio ambiente ; Tipo de tiempo ; Variabilidad interanual ; Ártica
  • Les experts de la glace de mer de trois communautés de l'Alaska, géophysiciens, un anthropologue et des spécialistes de technologie de l'information ont collaboré pour développer un cadre de surveillance et une base de données qui sert à enregistrer
  • , à archiver, à diffuser et à analyser les observations concernant la glace de mer. Ces observations sont basées sur les façons dont on utilise la glace et sur les informations sur son état, le type de temps, l'état de l’océan et le comportement des
  • 2014
  • This study proposes a new systematic procedure for the dendrochronologic dating of the movement (esp. lateral spreading, backward rotation and toppling) of large boulders with precision to seasons. Themethodology is based on the dendrogeomorphic
  • analysis of trees which have been deformed by tilting blocks. Based on the research carried out in four localities within the Moravskoslezské Beskydy Mts, we have identified 22 event years revealing deformations caused by blocks. An analysis
  • 2014
  • An attempt to dendroclimatic reconstruction of winter temperature based on multispecies tree-ring widths and extreme years chronologies (example of Upper Silesia, Southern Poland)
  • 2014
  • based on the multidisciplinary review of the Hungarian and international literature. This is followed by a short summary of economic and retail trends in the Visegrad countries during the period of the crisis based on data from the Central Statistical
  • 2014
  • This article investigates microlevel engagements with the national strategy of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) in the South African wine industry. It explains that latent paternalism, entrenched interests, and a ‘dislocated blackness
  • ’ maintain a complex racial politics that shapes both power relations and the opportunities for transformation within the industry. Nonetheless, while B-BBEE may not, in reality, be broad-based its manifestations are contributing to challenging racist
  • 2014
  • This article examines the moral judgments of the Israeli West Bank barrier by secular Israelis. Legitimization of the barrier is based on dehumanization of the Palestinians. of moral judgment concerning the barrier. Legitimization of the barrier
  • is based on dehumanization of the Palestinians. This trend is especially strong among rightists in the Israeli political spectrum who are more likely to withdraw to authoritative forms of moral judgment than leftists. The worldview that allows
  • 2014
  • Assessing activity pattern similarity with multidimensional sequence alignment based on a multiobjective optimization evolutionary algorithm
  • 2014
  • trade flows. Multivariate analysis with gravity-equation-based variables is used to explain how mechanisms of globalisation have affected trade patterns over the past half century. In particular, proximity and economic integration agreements are key
  • to explaining the persistence of region-based trade blocs in a globalising world economy.
  • 2014
  • This study explores the concept of pasture, looking at how people classify it and the features that determine how an image is classified. The analysis is based on two parallel studies that used the same image material. The first study was a web
  • -based survey in which respondents were asked to make a pairwise comparison of the images they felt best corresponded to pasture. The second study used eye-tracking to investigate the elements viewed by respondents as they considered the degree to which
  • 2014
  • This article examines the changing paradigms in marine and coastal conservation through a case study of clam gardens in the Southern Gulf Islands, Canada. It suggests that a values-based paradigm to conservation that emphasizes active management
  • advantages both for conservation and First Nations communities. With a greater degree of decision-making input and the opportunity to re-introduce cultural practices, a values-based paradigm may contribute to the acceptability of coastal PAs and promote
  • 2014
  • Classification systems based on Keys to Soil Taxonomy and the World Reference Base for Soil Resources (WRB) although universal are believed to be more suitable for temperate peats. This study compares these classification systems with the latest
  • 2014
  • The estimation of base temperature for heating and cooling degree-days for South Korea
  • 2014
  • Temperature changes in Central Asia from 1979 to 2011 based on multiple datasets
  • 2014
  • An objective satellite-based tropical cyclone size climatology
  • 2014
  • Long-term variability in solar radiation in Krakow based on measurements of sunshine duration
  • 2014
  • Les études sur les déserts alimentaires reflètent la popularité de l'écologie sociale en santé publique, les préoccupations croissantes à propos de l'épidémie d'obésité et les plus grandes facilités offertes par l'analyse spatiale à base de SIG
  • paysage alimentaire urbain, basées sur un travail en écologie politique sur des SIG critiques, peuvent suggérer des voies d'avenir plus équitables.
  • 2014
  • Does public investment improve homeowners’ happiness? new evidence based on micro surveys in Beijing
  • 2014
  • This paper examines the geography of the green building economy within the United States, based on the location of the architects and contractors involved in producing green buildings in a selection of metropolitan areas. An overwhelming percentage
  • of both architects and contractors are locally-based, suggesting that rather than green building expertise clustering in a few cities, it has diffused nationwide. This has positive implications for the spread of knowledge about how to build more
  • 2014
  • In this article, the A. foregrounds the neo in neo, geography and trace the ways in which the ascribed newness of emergent Web-based spatial media is leveraged in discursive-material practices that enact certain kinds of changes in the world
  • certain techno-capitalist actors disavow themselves of responsibility for the societal effects of these technologies; and (3) underwrites the model through which the proliferation and thereby profitability of location-based services is sustained.
  • 2014
  • This study develops an agent-based model to simulate social and economic influences on neighborhood choice, in Danville, Illinois. A pattern-oriented approach is employed to examine the role of social ties in shaping intraurban household mobility
  • . Based on 1,000 simulation experiments, a regression of homeowner migration error (the difference between simulated and observed migration) relative to the parameter settings revealed components of social network choice such as income, race
  • 2014