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  • Canary Islands ; Customers ; Investment ; Marketing ; Period of stay ; Regional economy ; Social geography ; Tourism ; Tourism policy ; Well-being
  • 2012
  • Conflict ; Custom ; Deregulation ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Land ; Land grabbing ; Malagasy Republic
  • 2012
  • Accessibility ; Beijing ; China ; Communication ; Customers ; Internet ; Regulation ; Social geography ; Social inequality ; Urban fragmentation
  • 2012
  • Australia ; Colorado ; Customers ; Inner city ; Land use ; Legislation ; Location choice ; Queensland ; Shopkeeper ; Shopping centre ; Suburbanization ; United States of America ; Urban economy
  • 2012
  • Attendance ; Customers ; Health ; Investment ; Italy ; Local development ; Tourism ; Valle d'Aosta ; Well-being
  • 2012
  • Conflict ; Custom ; Decision making process ; Farm ; Ivory Coast ; Land ; Land rights ; Land securing ; Land tenure ; Pioneer fringe
  • 2012
  • Agriculture ; Conflict ; Congo DR ; Custom ; Land ; Land rights ; Land tenure ; Mine ; Rural community
  • 2012
  • Aborigines ; Africa ; Boundary ; Custom ; Land ; Land tenure ; Legal status ; Morocco ; Power ; State ; Subsaharan Africa ; Town ; Village
  • 2012
  • Architecture ; Australia ; Biography ; Customers ; Hotel trade ; Land market ; Management ; New South Wales ; Nineteenth Century ; Sense of belonging ; Social geography ; Sydney ; Twentieth Century ; Urban economy
  • 2012
  • grey sandstone were categorized by using 2 customized scales of weathering intensity, and climate monitoring was conducted from December 2008 to November 2009. Whereas 70% of the sandstone lotus petals are almost completely destroyed by mechanical
  • 2012
  • Bavaria ; Behaviour ; Choice ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Customers ; Germany ; Household ; Multi-purpose trip ; Retail trade ; Simulation ; Sweden
  • 2012
  • , the rationality and failures of the new water regulation prompted unexpected opposition from various stakeholder groups, such as farmers, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and urban water customers. The success of the WFD is directly dependent on the ability
  • 2012