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  • Cultural studies ; Drug ; Geostrategy ; Insularity ; Island ; Jamaica ; Myth ; Network
  • sein de l'espace-monde pèse bien plus lourd que les quelques avantages comparatifs des espaces insulaires favorables au développement de l'antimonde. Il en ressort le rôle des grands espaces-isthmes, synapses entre monde et antimonde.
  • 2006
  • Theorizing and studying religion. Forum
  • Concept ; Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Post-modernism ; Religion
  • 2006
  • Geostatistical analysis in weathering studies : case study for Stanton Moor building sandstone
  • In this study, a range of geostatistical techniques for spatial prediction and spatial simulation have been deployed to explore the spatial variability of permeability characteristics. The effect of both small-scale textural controls (grain size
  • 2006
  • Friedensgeographie is not the pacifist but ethical turn in geography. FG is a normative approach of integrating freedom, human rights and Maintenance of environmental standings. Geographic Peace Studies (GPS) will initial a new research program
  • in Ethics of Geography. Geographic peace studies are contradicting death of man both in modern anthropology and reflexive discourse of applied social geography. Integrative geographic peace studies are countering death of space and lack of application within
  • 2006
  • On the origin of rock fragment mulches on vertisols : a case study from the Ethiopian highlands
  • Ethiopia, for the period 01/1999-05/2003, this study aims to provide a better understanding of the process of up-squeezing and underground structures and soil displacements.
  • 2006
  • Landslide locations and drainage network development : a case study of Hong Kong
  • This research examined landslide locations with reference to theories of fluvial drainage development. In Hong Kong, eight small drainage basins were studied in which 451 landslides were recorded. Results have shown that landslide locations
  • 2006
  • Spatial and temporal rockfall activity in a forest stand in the Swiss Prealps - A dendrogeomorphological case study
  • The investigated stand is situated at the foot of a high cliff in the transit zone of frequently passing, rather small rockfall fragments. The study site of Schwarzenberg is located in Diemtigtal, Bernese Oberland. Spatial analyses were performed
  • 2006
  • Human impacts on soil erosion identified using land-use changes : a case study from the Loess Plateau, China
  • The primary aim of this paper is to provide a case study from Zhifanggou, a small watershed in the Loess Plateau, to evaluate historic human impacts on soil erosion through a comprehensive analysis of land-use changes from 1938 to 1999, combined
  • 2006
  • Land-use effects on erosion, sediment yields, and reservoir sedimentation : a case study in the Lago Loíza basin, Puerto Rico
  • Lago Loíza impounded in 1953 to supply San Juan, Puerto Rico, with drinking water; by 1994, it had lost 47% of its capacity. This study illustrates how a variety of tools and approaches can be used to understand the complex interaction between land
  • 2006
  • The study area is located in upper Valtellina (Central Italian Alps). The aim of this study is to estimate the erosion rate along the 2 trails and to study the effects of walking and foot trampling on tree growth, by using dendrogeomorphological
  • 2006
  • Natural and artificial linkages and discontinuities in a Mediterranean landscape : some case studies from the Durance Valley, France
  • The main aims of this paper are to define linkages and discontinuities; to outline their importance; to suggest how they might operate in both natural and anthropogenically modified landscapes, through case studies in the Durance River in southern
  • 2006
  • Cultural landscapes as a potential force for regional development - theoretical approaches and case studies in east German suburban and rural regions
  • at the European level with a holistic approach to landscape will be analysed : the ESDP and the ELC. On this basis the paper examines the management of cultural landscapes at the regional level using the example of two case studies in German suburban and rural
  • areas. Conclusions for cultural lanscape related regional management will be derived from the theoretical considerations and the empirical results of the case studies. - (BJ)
  • 2006
  • Facing persistent stereotypes towards the continent of South America and its people in everyday teaching was the inspiration for repeating in 2002 two studies conducted by Kross in 1977 and 1989 about students' attitudes towards South America
  • . Compared to the previous studies, the contemporary students' knowledge was deeper, but not as diffused among the students, as it was in 1977 and 1989. Another remarkable result was the change of perception of the political situation in South America
  • . The present study in its comparison to former studies shows the ability of geographical teaching to reduce stereotypes and to help form objective attitudes to other continents and cultures. - (IfL)
  • 2006
  • The main aim of the study is clarify the place of tourism in the system of the science of geography and the review of the main methodological instruments/methods and spatial categories. The study thoroughly deals with the relation system
  • 2006
  • The purpose of the study is to demonstrate the main characteristic features of relocation and its impact on the new spatial pattern of Hungarian industry. The A. summarises the most important experiences regarding relocation to and from Hungary
  • . A case study is presenting how relocation was carried out at the multinational company Flextronics, where relocation was concomitant with the area restructuring of production. - (AM)
  • 2006
  • Enterprise zones and individual welfare : a case study of California
  • 2006
  • Cinema ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Hungary ; Network ; Spatial distribution ; Thematic map
  • The study focuses on the characteristics of the Hungarian cinema network, presenting spatial divisions and distribution by types of settlements and showing the consequences of the shaky position of cinemas. (AM)
  • 2006
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Higher education ; Hungary ; University
  • In the study, the following topics will be presented : evolution of the number of students at University of Pécs, changes in proportion by faculties, selection index among new students, priorities of selection and territorial distribution
  • 2006
  • The role of NTFPs in a shifting cultivation system in transition : a village case study from the uplands of Noth Central Vietnam
  • 2006
  • Climate ; Global change ; Impact study ; Limnology
  • The state of the article describes limnophysical effects like formation of stratification, stability of stratification and phases of stagnation and circulation. After a general overview a case study from Königssee in the Bavarian Alps show
  • 2006