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  • Atmosphere ; Comparative study ; Measurement ; Turbulence ; Wind speed
  • Essais comparatifs de l'anémomètre acoustique Wind Master et de deux anémomètres acoustiques ATSAT-3M.
  • 2008
  • Les réfugiés, figures visibles et invisibles dans une Europe élargie. Regard comparatif entre la France et la Bulgarie
  • Bulgaria ; Comparative study ; France ; Immigration policy ; International migration ; Labour market ; Refugees
  • 2008
  • Demographic change ; Demography ; France ; Migration ; Population ageing ; Population projection ; Prospective study ; Regional disparities ; Scenario ; Settlement
  • perspectives géodémographiques. La recherche prospective conduit à inventorier sept risques majeurs qu'il convient de prévoir pour ne pas les voir. Quatre scénarios prospectifs sont ensuite élaborés et font l'objet d'un examen comparatif. Il en résulte l'énoncé
  • 2008
  • Study of Spatial Developments in the Polish-German Border Region
  • The study is an attempt to summarize and synthesize the relevant research, as well as the planning level and strategic studies to date. The paper includes the results of the spatial analyses that describe and explain the current situation
  • 2008
  • Climate and society in colonial Mexico : a study in vulnerability
  • This book examines the impact of climate change on colonial Mexico. By considering three case-study regions (Chihuahua's arid Conchos basin, the lush Oaxaca valley, and Guanajuato in the Bajio of Mexico) it offers insights into how different
  • societies articulate knowledge about climate and the environment, and how they respond to climatic variability. The study draws on Mexico's rich colonial archives and provides a historical perspectives on the complex relationship between climate
  • 2008
  • Vegetation succession and soil cover transformation after extreme flood : a case study from the Sázava River floodplain
  • The goal of this study was to assess impact of flood on soil and vegetation cover in the Sázava river floodplain after an extreme spring flood in 2006.There was a significant difference in species' composition between eroded sites and sites on thick
  • 2008
  • Innovation and peripherality : an empirical comparative study of SMEs in six European Union member countries
  • Comparative study ; Europe ; European Union ; Firm ; Innovation ; Peripheral region ; Small firm ; Statistical analysis
  • 2008
  • in the subsystems of a landscape. The methodological concept used can be applied to other areas of study because of its broader spatial and functional applications. In comparison to other methodologies used to evaluate the anthropopressures on the landscape
  • , the environmental stress assessment is directed at locating 'stressors' beyond the study areas that can significantly impact on future studies. - (EN)
  • 2008
  • EUropean attachment and meanings of EUrope. A qualitative study in the EU-15
  • Cultural studies ; Enquiry ; Europe ; Identity ; Nationalism ; Sense of belonging ; Transnationalism
  • 2008
  • Brittle tectonics of the Thingvellir and Hengill volcanic systems, Southwest Iceland : field studies and numerical modelling
  • This paper focuses on field studies and numerical models of fracture development in the area of the Hengill Central Volcano and its northern fissure swarm containing the Thingvellir Graben, in Southwest Iceland. Apart from additional field data
  • 2008
  • The relative importance of soil crust and slope angle in runoff and soil loss : a case study in the hilly areas of the Loess Plateau, North China
  • In this study 5 pairs of plots with different slope angles were established in Wangjiagou watershed to investigate soil crust effect and slope angle effect on runoff production and soil loss, and to reveal the relative importance of them.
  • 2008
  • Dynamics in debris-flow activity on a forested cone - A case study using different dendroecological approaches
  • The aim of this study was to combine dendrogeomorphological analyses with an assessment of germination dates of successor trees in order to understand the dynamics of past debris-flow events on a forested cone in the Valais Alps, Switzerland
  • 2008
  • Indigenous knowledge for natural resource management : a comparative study of Maori in New Zealand and Dusun in Brunei Darussalam
  • Aborigines ; Brunei ; Comparative study ; Environment ; Ethnic community ; Knowledge ; Management ; Natural resources ; New Zealand ; Sustainable development
  • Indigenous people commonly manage their resources sustainably, and they develop knowledge systems. The study compares indigenous knowledge of natural resource management developed by two different communities in two different environments. The role
  • 2008
  • Argentina ; Comparative study ; Geomorphology ; Lava ; Lava flow ; Libya ; Mendoza ; Patagonia ; Satellite imagery ; Volcanism
  • In this paper, the AA. present a descriptive summary of tumuli from 3 geographically distinct volcanic fields dominated by pahoehoe lava fields. These 3 studied fields are geographically distinct, however the composition of the magma
  • and the volcanic settings as volcanic cone fields associated with extensive lava fields are common features among these fields. The young age and the semi-arid to arid climate provided excellent exposures to study lava surface features of the studied sites
  • 2008
  • GIS-based regional landslide susceptibility mapping : a case study in southern California
  • potential risk factors on landslides and c) a case study in southern California, which uses 11 111 seismic landslide scars collected from previous efforts and 5389 landslide scars newly digitized from local geologic maps. In the case study, 7 potential risk
  • 2008
  • Geoarchaeological studies in the environs of the ancient dam of glosses, Akarnania, NW Greece
  • 2008
  • The study draws attention to the fact that the economic activities of mankind and also the defensive actions against natural hazards by human society, which is based on the natural resources of the planet, induces processes which influence nature
  • and jeopardize the future of the society itself. The study provides a detailed overview on the possibilities of mitigation of the natural hazards. - (AM)
  • 2008
  • The study, after a short presentation of the history of the Chinese immigrants in Hungary, traces the geography of spatial networks and diasporic settlements of the Chinese community in Budapest, highlighting some consequences of the Chinese
  • immigration at the Hungarian labour market and in the housing conditions. The study also offers an attempt to redefine the term Chinese diaspora. - (AM)
  • 2008
  • Biocomplexity in coupled human-natural systems : the study of population-environment interactions
  • 2008
  • Restructuring of large industrial SOEs in transitional China : a case study in Lanzhou
  • 2008