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  • Are solar spectral variations a drive for climatic change?
  • Computerized navigation assistance for drivers
  • Declining cotton cultivation in Maricopa County, Arizona : an examination of macro- and micro-scale driving forces
  • farmers. Pressure from the expansion of Phoenix is identified as a driver of this land use change. Several micro-scale factors are important.
  • land use change and its driving forces on the Tibetan Plateau during 1990-2000
  • The aim of this paper is to analyze land use change pattern using a geographical information system (GIS) and patch analysis methods and to discuss its driving forces based on the climatic changes and socioeconomic development, which will benefit
  • Driving spaces : a cultural-historical geography of England's M1 motorway
  • Focusing on the design, construction and use of England's M1 motorway, the A. traces the social and cultural geographies and histories of the spaces of motorway driving. The book takes an interdisciplinary approach, and draws on archival materials
  • What drives the spatial development of urban villages in China?
  • This paper tests the hypothesis that the driving factors of built intensity in rural villages in Shenzenare analogous to factors that drive land prices in the formal city. Results of multivariate regression models of the built intensity of urban
  • Major evidence on the driving mechanism of the Tyrrenian-Apenines arc-trench-back system from CROP seismic data
  • The results of deep seismic reflection exploration in the central mediterranean region (CROP Project) provide basic insights into the driving mechanism of the Tyrrenian-Apenines arc-trench-back system. In particular, such information clearly
  • indicates that during the formation of the Tyrrenian back arc basin the migrating orogenic wedges (Arc) and the Adriatic domain underwent strong shortening, that is not consistent with the implications of the driving mechanism which is generally invoked
  • The Resilience of Indigenous Knowledge in Small-scale African Agriculture: Key Drivers
  • drivers for farmers in this area are household food security and the maintenance of soil fertility. Indigenous ways of knowing underpin the agricultural system which has been developed, rather than the adoption of more modern, ‘scientific’ ways, to deliver
  • against these drivers. Such IKs, however, are deeply embedded in the economic, social and cultural environments in which they operate.
  • Growth drivers of Finnish-Estonian general cargo transports
  • How do policies shape landscapes ? Landscape change and its political driving forces in the Limmat Valley, Switzerland 1930-2000
  • of political driving forces and to describe the landscape changes associated with them. The landscape changes were quantified based on the comparison of historical maps and driving forces were compiled and linked with changes based on document analysis
  • and expert interviews. They found that political driving forces contributed 26% to landscape change. Landscape changes such as new roads and buildings, changes in the agricultural and forestry network, the loss of elements of the traditional agricultural
  • landscape, new solitary trees, and new roadside slopes have been associated with political driving forces.
  • Driving forces analysis of reservoir wetland evolution in Beijing during 1984–2010
  • 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
  • the increase in wetland area. From 1998 to 2004, as the impact of human activities intensified, the main driving factors were the number of residents, groundwater depth and urbanization rate, which caused the wetland shrinkage rapidly. During 2004–2010
  • , reservoir wetland evolution was impacted by both natural and socio-economic factors, and the dominant driving factors were urbanization rate and precipitation respectively and caused the wetland total area growth slightly.
  • Interconnecting spaces : truck drivers, diesel pollution, and networking in the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles
  • The article assesses the position of port truck drivers who are caught between their regulatory misclassification as independent contractors and the consumerist fantasies of a neoliberal citizenry. The AA. examine how a community coalition endeavors
  • Wood as a driver of past landscape change along river corridors
  • The role of wood as a driver of landform development appears to have been overlooked in the interpretation of paleo-landscape change along river corridors. Deforested river corridors and wood-free rivers characterize modern, managed landscapes
  • Responses of soil nutrient to driving mechanism in Taihu Lake basin in last 20 years
  • The aim of this study is to understand the changing law of soil nutrient quality in Taihu Lake basin in the recent 20 years, and reveal the relationship between soil nutrient changes and human driving forces at a regional level over long time
  • Understanding cultivated land dynamics and its driving forces in northern China during 1983-2001
  • characteristics at first, then the effects of human activities on cultivated land process were explored by GIS and the driving forces of cultivated land change were investigated.
  • This paper proposes that society’s pursuit of sustainable development will involve landscape changes that attract protest and opposition. It considers the role of drivers of change. Energy is likely to be a major driver of new landscapes. Reference
  • Is trust a driver for territorialy embedded industrial systems ? A case study of the home-building industry in Norway
  • Landscape as a driver for well-being : The ELC in the globalist arena
  • Driving forces of island biodiversity : an appraisal of two theories
  • Off road: four-wheel drive and the sense of place