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  • The 2008 Olympic Park and the Cultural Context of the City of Beijing
  • Architecture ; Beijing ; Chine ; Espace urbain ; Sport
  • Architecture ; Beijing ; China ; Sports ; Urban area
  • Cultural meaning of the Central Axis in Beijing, spatial extension of the Central Axis, integration of Olympic landscapes, cultural connotations of Olympic landmarks. - (IfL)
  • New trends of suburbanization in Beijing since 1990 : from government-led to market-oriented
  • Beijing ; Centre commercial ; Chine ; Décentralisation industrielle ; Recensement de la population ; Suburbanisation ; Urbanisation ; Zone résidentielle
  • Beijing ; China ; Industrial decentralization ; Population census ; Residential area ; Shopping centre ; Suburbanization ; Urbanization
  • La suburbanisation en Chine. La suburbanisation à Beijing entre 1990 et 2000. Nouvelles tendances de la suburbanisaation : suburbanisation résidentielle; suburbanisation commerciale; décentralisation industrielle.
  • Beijing - Chinas Regierungssitz auf dem Weg zur Weltstadt
  • Beijing, la capitale chinoise, bientôt une ville mondiale ?
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Hong Kong ; Mondialisation ; Métropole ; Réseau urbain ; Shanghai ; Système urbain
  • Beijing ; China ; Globalization ; Hong Kong ; Large city ; Shanghai ; Urban network ; Urban system
  • Les AA. étudient le développement urbain de Beijing. Les jeux olympiques de 2008 vont accélérer le processus de mondialisation, mais la concurrence avec Hong Kong et Shanghai risque de le ralentir.
  • Le developpement du tourisme a Beijing
  • Restructuring Beijing's social space : observations on the Olympic Games in 2008
  • Aire métropolitaine ; Approvisionnement en eau ; Beijing ; Chine ; Espace social ; Jeux Olympiques ; Pollution atmosphérique ; Protection de l'environnement ; Relocalisation des résidents ; Trafic routier ; Trafic urbain ; Ville
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Beijing ; China ; Environmental conservation ; Metropolitan area ; Road traffic ; Social space ; Town ; Urban traffic ; Water supply
  • The 798 art district in Beijing. Production and reproduction of culture in a global city
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Culturel ; Développement urbain ; Espace urbain
  • Beijing ; China ; Cultural studies ; Urban area ; Urban development
  • In the northeast of central Beijing, the so-called 798 Art District has developed into the most famous cluster of Independent art in China. This cluster is a highly symbolic phenomenon, which deserves attention also from the geographic point of view
  • Origin of the red earth and gravel deposits in Nankou piedmont, northwestern Beijing, China
  • Argile minéral ; Beijing ; Chine ; Coulée boueuse ; Dépôt de pente ; Erosion chimique ; Géochimie ; Microstructure ; Paléo-environnement ; Paléoclimat ; Paléogéomorphologie ; Piedmont
  • Beijing ; Chemical erosion ; China ; Clay mineral ; Geochemistry ; Microstructure ; Mudflow ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate ; Palaeogeomorphology ; Piedmont ; Slope deposit
  • Analytic results of the mechanical and chemical composition, clay minerals, sedimentary structures and microtextures of the read earth and gravel deposits in Nankou piedmont, northwestern Beijing, China, suggest that the deposits have nothing to do
  • Preliminary studies on air-borne spores and pollens in northern suburb of Beijing
  • Allergie ; Atmosphère ; Beijing ; Bioclimatologie ; Chine ; Circulation atmosphérique ; Mousson ; Palynologie ; Pollen ; Spore ; Variation saisonnière
  • Atmosphere ; Atmospheric circulation ; Beijing ; Bioclimatology ; China ; Monsoon ; Palynology ; Pollen ; Seasonal variation
  • [b1] Inst. Geography, CAS, Beijing, Chine
  • A research on development of agritourism in China - a case study of Beijing
  • Agri-tourisme ; Agriculture suburbaine ; Beijing ; Chine ; Loisir ; Paysage ; Recherche ; Tourisme
  • Beijing ; China ; Landscape ; Leisure ; Research ; Suburban agriculture ; Tourism
  • themselves and appreciate rural scenery. At present, most agritourism is concentrated at the suburbs of big cities, developed regions along the seashore, scenic spots inhabited areas and regions of special agriculture. Beijing is a metropolis where tourism
  • Physical principle of wind erosion on sandy land surface in southern Beijing
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Eolien ; Erosion éolienne ; Transport éolien ; Utilisation du sol ; Vitesse du vent
  • Aeolian features ; Aeolian transport ; Beijing ; China ; Land use ; Wind erosion ; Wind speed
  • activities and measures controlling wind erosion in Daxing District of Beijing. Different land use types result in various degrees of coarse component. There is a significant exponential relation between sediment transport concentration and wind velocity.
  • Driving forces analysis of reservoir wetland evolution in Beijing during 1984–2010
  • Action anthropique ; Beijing ; Chine ; Chine du Nord ; Croissance démographique ; Eau souterraine ; Géographie économique ; Indicateurs socio-économiques ; Lac ; Lac artificiel ; Précipitation ; Terres humides ; Urbanisation
  • Beijing ; China ; Economic geography ; Human impact ; Lake ; Northern China ; Population growth ; Precipitation ; Reservoir ; Socio-economic indicators ; Underground water ; Urbanization ; Wetlands
  • Acción antrópica ; Agua subterránea ; Beijing ; China ; China del Norte ; Crecimiento demográfico ; Geografía económica ; Indicadores socioeconómicos ; Lago ; Lago artificial ; Precipitación ; Urbanización
  • This article discusses the driving forces impacting the reservoir wetland evolution in Beijing during 1984–2010. The results show that for the 1984-1988 period, average annual precipitation and entry water index were the major factors driving
  • [b1] State Laboratory of Urban Environmental Processes and Digital Modeling, Capital Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b2] Key Laboratory of 3D Information Acquisition and Application of Ministry, Capital Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b3] Key Laboratory of Resource Environment and GIS of Beijing, Capital Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b4] College of Resource Environment and Tourism, Capital Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • Quantifying driving forces of urban wetlands change in Beijing City
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Chine du Nord ; Distribution spatiale ; Développement urbain ; Eau ; Eau de surface ; Eau souterraine ; Métropole ; Ressource en eau ; Urbanisation ; Zone humide
  • Beijing ; China ; Large city ; Northern China ; Spatial distribution ; Surface water ; Underground water ; Urban development ; Urbanization ; Water ; Water resources
  • Agua ; Agua de superficie ; Agua subterránea ; Beijing ; China ; China del Norte ; Desarrollo urbano ; Distribución espacial ; Metrópoli ; Recursos en agua ; Urbanización
  • Les AA. analysent les facteurs essentiels contribuant au changement des différents types de zones humides de Beijing. Ils expliquent qu’au cours des années 1986 à 1996, leur surface totale a augmenté mais qu’elle s’est réduite jusqu’en 2007. Les
  • [b1] State Key Lab. of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology, School of Geography, Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b2] Key Lab. of Environmental Change and Natural Disaster, Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b3] Chinese Academy of Environment Sciences, Beijing, Chine
  • [b4] Qinghua Urban Plan and Design Institute, Beijing, Chine
  • [b5] Satellite Environment Center, MEP, Beijing, Chine
  • Climatic records from annual layers and stable isotopes of a stalagmite in Beijing over the last 2300 years
  • Action anthropique ; Analyse isotopique ; Beijing ; Chine ; Datation C 14 ; Géochimie ; Holocène ; Mousson ; Oxygène 18 ; Paléoclimatologie ; Stalagmite ; Variation climatique
  • Beijing ; C 14 dating ; China ; Climatic variation ; Geochemistry ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Isotope analysis ; Monsoon ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeoclimatology
  • The AA. report a preliminary study on a Holocene stalagmite from Shihua Cave in Southwest Beijing. The result shows that the thickness of annual growth layers which is defined by annual deposit hiatuses preserve changes with precipitation. In light
  • with the thickness of annual layers the AA. reconstruct the climatic variation history of the last 2300 years in Beijing area. The oxygen isotopic composition preserves monsoon variations, which is matched in interpretation of the change in layer thickness. Carbon
  • [b1] Lab. Speleothem and Paleoclimatology, Inst. Geology, CAS, Beijing, Chine
  • The impact of the built environment on bicycle commuting : evidence from Beijing
  • Beijing ; Bicyclette ; Chine ; Chine du Nord ; Connectivité ; Espace bâti ; Espace urbain ; Infrastructure ; Rue ; Trajet domicile-travail ; Transport ; Transport urbain
  • Beijing ; Built up area ; China ; Connectivity ; Infrastructure ; Journey to work ; Northern China ; Street ; Transport ; Urban area ; Urban transport
  • Beijing ; Calle ; China ; China del Norte ; Espacio construido ; Espacio urbano ; Infraestructura ; Transporte ; Transporte urbano ; Trayecto domicilio-trabajo
  • This article examines the impact of the built environment on bicycle commuting through evidence from Beijing. It shows that higher destination accessibility, a higher number of exclusive bicycle lanes, a mixed environment and greater connectivity
  • [b1] College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • Ecologically based landscape pattern optimization in northwest of Beijing
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Croissance urbaine ; Ecologie ; Ecologie du paysage ; Gestion de l'environnement ; LANDSAT ; Modèle ; Stratégie d'acteurs ; Système d'information géographique ; Thematic Mapper ; Télédétection ; Utilisation du sol
  • Beijing ; China ; Decision making process ; Ecology ; Environmental management ; Geographical information system ; LANDSAT ; Land use ; Landscape ecology ; Model ; Remote sensing ; Thematic Mapper ; Urban growth
  • Supported by the technologies of remote sensing (RS) and geographical information system (GIS), the AA. chose northwest of Beijing as a study area and gave priority to understanding of the spatial-temporal characteristics of landscape pattern change
  • . Results are presented in the context of landscape ecological planning in Beijing region : to establish urban ecological corridors and pattern in the course of city expansion.
  • [b1] School of forestry, Forestry Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b2] Research Center for Eco-environmental Sciences, CAS, Beijing, Chine
  • [b3] Environmental Protection Research Inst. of Light Industry, Beijing, Chine
  • [b4] The Graduate School of Landscape Architecture, Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • Water demand forecasting of Beijing using the Time Series Forecasting Method
  • Années 1980-2009 ; Beijing ; Besoin en eau ; Chine ; Eau ; Gestion de l'eau ; Précipitation ; Prévision ; Ressource en eau ; Série chronologique
  • Beijing ; China ; Forecast ; Precipitation ; Time series ; Water ; Water management ; Water needs ; Water resources
  • Agua ; Beijing ; China ; Gestión del agua ; Necesidad de agua ; Precipitación ; Previsión ; Recursos en agua ; Serie cronológica
  • During the past 30 years (1980–2009), mean annual precipitation and total water resource of Beijing have decreased by 6.89% and 31.37% compared with those perennial values, respectively, while total water consumption during the same period reached
  • pinnacle historically. Prediction and discussion are achieved for evolution of total water consumption, water consumed structure, and supply-demand situation of water resource in the near future of Beijing using Time Series Forecasting Method. The purpose
  • of the endeavor of this paper is to provide scientific basis for the harmonious development between socio-economy and water resources, for the establishment of rational strategic planning of water resources, and for the social sustainable development of Beijing
  • [b1] College of Water Sciences, Normal Univ., Beijing, Chine
  • [b2] Engineering Research Center for Groundwater Pollution Control and Remediation, Ministry of Education of China, Beijing, Chine
  • Does public investment improve homeowners’ happiness? new evidence based on micro surveys in Beijing
  • Beijing ; Bonheur ; Chine ; Chine du Nord ; Conditions de vie ; Géographie sociale ; Infrastructure ; Investissement public ; Ménage ; Métro léger ; Propriétaire-occupant ; Transport urbain
  • Beijing ; China ; Household ; Infrastructure ; Living conditions ; Northern China ; Owner-occupier ; Public investment ; Social geography ; Urban transport
  • Beijing ; China ; China del Norte ; Condiciones de vida ; Geografía social ; Infraestructura ; Inversión pública ; Propietario-ocupante ; Transporte urbano ; Unidad familiar
  • that better rail access not only provides sizeable happiness about public commuting to Beijing homeowners, but also affects their happiness in other residential realms. This finding adds to the evidence that public investment has an important role to play
  • Residential satisfaction in China’s informal settlements. A case study of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Guangzhou ; Informalité ; Logement ; Migrant ; Ménage ; Non-migrant ; Peuplement ; Quartier ; Satisfaction ; Sentiment d'appartenance ; Shanghai ; Ville
  • Beijing ; China ; Guangzhou ; Household ; Housing ; Informality ; Neighbourhood ; Satisfaction ; Sense of belonging ; Settlement ; Shanghai ; Town
  • Barrio ; Beijing ; China ; Ciudad ; Guangzhou ; Poblamiento ; Satisfacción ; Sentimiento de pertenencia ; Unidad familiar ; Vivienda
  • This article analyses residential satisfaction in China’s informal settlements through the examples of Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. It demonstrates that migrants and low-income groups are not less satisfied than nonmigrants or middle-range
  • An analysis of new-tech agglomeration in Beijing : a new industrial district in the making ?
  • Beijing ; Chine ; District industriel ; Entreprise ; Environnement économique ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Flexibilité ; Industrie de pointe ; Innovation ; Parc scientifique ; Technologie
  • Beijing ; China ; Economic environment ; Enterprise ; Entrepreneurship ; Flexibility ; High-tech industry ; Industrial district ; Innovation ; Science park ; Technology
  • Based on the assumption of the strong embedding of the stable and pure district model, the AA. examine a new-tech agglomeration in Beijing, as a variant of such districts, and explain it with the use of concepts adopted from the industrial districts
  • school. The Beijing case represents an experiment in the conscious public creation of new industrial spaces founded on the spontaneous action of key individuals. Initially it progressed as an embryonic district. The AA. pinpoint the necessity
  • Changes of resource use patterns and state policies since 1978 : a political ecology of the rural Beijing City, China
  • Beijing ; Chine ; Ecologie ; Gestion des ressources ; Politique agricole ; Politique gouvernementale ; Politique locale ; Ville-campagne
  • Agricultural policy ; Beijing ; China ; Ecology ; Government policy ; Local policy ; Resource management ; Rural-urban relations
  • The aim of this study is to illustrate the changing relationship between resource use patterns and state policies in the rural area of Beijing City from the viewpoint of political ecology in China's rapid economic growth. Policies of state and local
  • government have lead to diversified resource use patterns on farmland in Beijing City. The change of state policies has not damaged local natural environment, it has been somehow improved in the past twenty years.