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  • A study on the relationship of regional urbanization and socio-economic structure in China
  • This study aims to analyze the level and causes of urbanization and show the relationship between urbanization and society and economy. - (KA)
  • 1997
  • The potential for economic valuation of watershed protection in mountainous areas: a case study form Bolivia
  • A case study from Bolivia demonstrates that a relatively inexpensive economic analysis can develop a strong case for a watershed management project. - (DWG)
  • 1997
  • The spatial reorganization of office functions by rationalization : a case study of the large-scale retailer U N Y
  • This study aims to clarify how one Japanese corporation (large scale retailer U N Y ) rationalized and changed the spatial organization of its office functions during this recession. - (KA)
  • 1997
  • California ; Comparative study ; Cultural studies ; Economic indicators ; Environment ; Morocco ; Regional geography ; Social indicators ; Teaching of geography
  • Comparing physical, social and economic characteristics of Morocco and California becomes a case study in refuting environmental determinism and to appreciate cultural diversity. - (DWG)
  • 1997
  • Recent trends on the retail location in the urban retailing system : a case study of Kushiro, Hokkaido
  • The purpose of this study is to examine conflicting attitudes toward both agricultural activities and urban development. The A. analized the case of Kushiro city in Hokkaido, Japan. - (KA)
  • 1997
  • Untill now no systematic study had been done on the decision housing consumers make under different circumstances. The aim of this study is to fill this gap. The main objective of the study is to gain a deeper insight into how households trade off
  • their housing preferences in a situation of limited supply in the housing market. The case studies are taken from the cities of Utrecht and Amsterdam. - (AGD)
  • 1997
  • Gender characteristics of commuting pattern : a case study of Osaka metropolitan area
  • 1997
  • The location of producer services and the hierarchy of cities in Japan : a case study of the Tohoku region
  • 1997
  • De aqueducten van Sagalassos (Turkijë) : een hydraulische en geomorpologische studie
  • 1997
  • Field studies of human systems: a cooperative learning field investigation
  • 1997
  • Studying solute and particulate sediment transfer in a small mediterranean mountainous catchment subject to land abandonment
  • The small catchment of Cal Parisa (Vallcebre, Eastern Pyrenees) was selected in 1988 as representative of old mountain farming areas, in order to study the hydrological and geomorphic behaviour and fate of these areas as a contribution
  • to the analysis of hydrological consequences of environmental changes. The major purpose of this study is to analyse the main aspects of the transfer of sediment within this environment, studied through field observations, hydrological monitoring and laboratory
  • 1997
  • Fragmented Brussels and consolidated Amsterdam. A comparative study of the spatial organization of property rights
  • The central aim of this study is to understand the long-term urban trajectories of the Brussels and Amsterdam urban regions in terms of different spatial organizations of property rights. After a consideration of international comparative urban
  • 1997
  • The development of a road network and its impact on the growth of infrastructure: a study of Almoara district in the Central Himalaya
  • The effects of road development were studied in a remote high-altitude Central Himalaya of India. Distribution of schools and postal services was not affected by this new road network, but health-care facilities, drinking water supplies, electricity
  • 1997
  • A study on field water circulation pattern in the dryland of northern China
  • Based on the observed data of soil water from locating experiments between 1986 and 1990, using the water balance, this paper studies the field water circulation law of main crops in northern China, where the mean annual precipitation is 300-600 mm
  • 1997
  • Study of the hydrology of the subtropical moist montane forests (Yungas) in Argentina's Tucuman province. Study site on the eastern slope of the Sierra de San Javier also included land cleared for lemon and sugarcane plantations. Recording rain
  • gauges and fog catchers installed at three elevations to study vertical and horizontal precipitation. Stream-gauging station and experimental test plots also used. Finding that deforestation has altered the area's hydrology, author calls for a watershed
  • 1997
  • Meta-analysis is concerned with the formal analysis of results and findings of scientific studies. The kinds of policy or scientific study which are suitable for a meta-analysis are considered. Application of traditional statistical meta-analysis
  • to case studies in the field of environmental economics is potentially more intricate than in many other areas of economics. Meta-analysis is a potentially useful way of supplementing knowledge in a relatively speedy and cost-effective way.
  • 1997
  • Meteorological inputs to dispersion models along complex coasts : a study of the SW Cape of South Africa
  • The study takes a critical look at meteorological input parameters to dispersion models in a coastal zone with complex topography. Statistical analyses of historical data from a nuclear power station on the SW coast of South Africa forms the main
  • 1997
  • Budget-constraint, temporal, and question-ordering effects in contingent valuation studies
  • A split-sample approach is employed to test three potential design options for contingent valuation studies. A survey of unpriced woodland recreation is undertaken to test : the impact of introducing budget-constraint questions; the effect
  • 1997
  • The aim of this study was to analyse the frequency and magnitude of runoff, under natural rainfall conditions, in an arid ecosystem of longitudinal dunes covered by a thin microbial crust. This study is important for the understanding
  • of the redistribution of water resources, of soil development, and of their effect on various biological aspects such as the distribution and composition of the vegetation. In addition, this study is expected to contribute to a better understanding of sedimentary
  • 1997
  • GIS application in research of wildlife habitat change. A case study of the Giant Panda in Wolong Nature Reserve
  • The aim of this study is to find the relationship between the panda distribution and human activities. Comparison of the potential habitat and the real panda distribution shows a difference between them. Seven human activities were identified
  • in this study.
  • 1997