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  • CONSPACE region - a counter balance to spatial polarization in the European Union
  • The CONSPACE project was launched in 2003 as a part of the Interreg IIIB Cadses Operational Program with an ambition to create a macro region that could act as a counter balance to spatial polarization in the European Union. The project aims
  • are improving the harmonisation of spatial planning, better mutual knowledge of planning principles and strategies, the elaboration of common strategies for spatial development and the preparation of implementation of actions. The paper presents selected spatial
  • Point-counting technique for fission-track dating of tephra glass shards, and its relative standard error
  • In this work, the AA. consider a procedure called point counting that significantly reduces the counting times, but also introduces an additional source of error. They study this additional error and provide a simple formula for estimating
  • the relative standard error of a fission-track density determined by the point-counting technique. In conclusion, this study has shown that, especially for very low track densities which are typical of Quaternary tephra, the point-counting technique can
  • On the phenomenon of population turnaround or counter-urbanization
  • Counterurbanization in the United States is characterized not only by such metropolitan-to-nonmetropolitan migration, but also by regional differentiation of population change due to the revolutionary development of transportation and communication
  • the generation of counterubanization in the United States have been considered. Though the technical development of transportation and communication has undoubtedly played a significant role as a foundamental factor of population change, the change of life style
  • Urbanization and counter urbanization.
  • Census counts and apportionment : the politics of representation in the United States... continued
  • Census counts are used in the United States as the basis for a derived apportionment count, which is employed by the president to allocate seats in the House of Representatives across the 50 States. This practice has been challenged in the courts
  • Radiocarbon dating using a low-background liquid scintillation counting system
  • Datation ; Datation radiocarbone ; Géographie physique ; Low-background liquid scintillation counting system ; Méthodologie ; Quaternaire ; Technique de recherche
  • This paper deals with the historical role of count Paul teleki, geographer and prime minister of Hungary in the inter-war period. As A. states Teleki was the best educated and qualified scientist politician of Hungary between the two world war
  • and he wanted to serve and not to rule. The political development of the period and the political role of Teleki is investigated. - (JS)
  • A nitric acid digestion and ignition technique developed to measure relative frequencies of charcoal in lake and bog sediments measures the weight of charcoal relative to the dry weight of the sample (percentage charcoal) and gives results
  • comparable to counting of microscopic charcoal.
  • A count of the uncountable : estimates of undocumented aliens counted in the 1980 United States census
  • A non-gaussian time series analysis of rural retail business counts
  • chronologiques sur de telles populations pose en outre des problèmes de données (normalité et stationnarité). Les AA. formulent un modèle spatial de calcul sur séries chronologiques, modèle dynamique qui prévoit l'évolution et le développement d'un unique secteur
  • Geomorphological studies of braided rivers still lack a consistent measurement of the complexity of the braided pattern. Several simple indices have been proposed and two (channel count and total sinuosity) are the most commonly applied. A series
  • of flow variability. Functional relationships between channel pattern and, for example, discharge, are sensitive to the choice of braid index. At present, channel count indices give the best combination of rapid measurement, precision, and range of sources
  • from which measurements can be reliably made. They can also be related directly to bar theory for braided pattern development.
  • This research reconstructs the population origins for Phoenix, Arizona, based on U.S. manuscript census counts by state and foreign country for 1870, 1880, and 1900. Population-origin counts are tabulated and converted to maps to show
  • of the early social and cultural development of one of the major urban nodes of the American Southwest.
  • Containment and counter-containmeent : planner/community relations in conservation planning
  • Les analyses critiques de l'engagement public dans des projets de conservation pour les pays en développement soulignent souvent les déséquilibres de pouvoir entre agences et communautés, et la persistance de schémas de prise de décision du haut
  • Peripheral counter-urbanization: findings from an integration of census and survey data in northern Scotland
  • L'A. met en évidence un type de contre-urbanisation périphérique largement présent dans les pays développés. Il décrit les flux migratoires originaires d'Angleterre, ayant pour destination les Highlands et les îles d'Ecosse et souligne leur
  • Counting what counts: using local knowledge to improve Arctic resource management
  • pour contrôler et gérer les ressources développées spécifiquement pour permettre aux pêcheurs et aux chasseurs de Groenland de documenter les tendances des ressources et de proposer par eux-mêmes des décisions de gestion. Les AA. présentent la
  • Remoteness and rural development : economic impacts of rural roads on upland farmers in Sarawak, Malaysia
  • Accessibilité ; Agriculture ; Coût de transport ; Développement rural ; Enquête ; Impact économique ; Malaisie ; Production alimentaire ; Route ; Sarawak ; Transport
  • Accessibility ; Agriculture ; Economic impact ; Enquiry ; Food production ; Malaysia ; Road ; Rural development ; Sarawak ; Transport ; Transport cost
  • Attention is given to the role of rural roads in countering remoteness and promoting more equitable development. The paper focuses on three economic impacts of roads - agricultural production, employment, and household income. The impact of roads
  • Divergent paths of counter-neoliberalization: materiality and the labor process in Bolivia’s natural resource sectors
  • Examining the case of Bolivia, this paper explores how the laborers and natures in the country’s two dominant economic sectors—hydrocarbons and minerals—shaped the country’s neoliberal and counter-neoliberal shifts. It shows that the materiality
  • of the natural resources and the labor required to extract them have created divergent paths of counter-neoliberalization with different implications for the scope and reach of post-neoliberal possibilities. In theorizing neoliberal and counter-neoliberal shifts
  • Afrique du Sud ; Cape Town ; Centralité ; Centre-ville ; Développement urbain ; Planification urbaine ; Redéploiement ; Rénovation urbaine ; Structure urbaine
  • Cape Town ; Centrality ; Inner city ; Redevelopment ; South Africa ; Urban development ; Urban planning ; Urban renewal ; Urban structure
  • Current trends in the Central Business Districts of South African cities are deemed to be problematic by city managers and the business community. A variety of physical planning and policy initiatives instituted to counter current trends
  • Agricultural Landscape Sustainability under Pressure : Policy Developments and Landscape Change
  • Agriculteur ; Agriculture ; Contre-urbanisation ; Coût foncier ; Danemark ; Demande foncière ; Développement durable ; Paysage agricole ; Planification ; Politique agricole ; Urbanisation
  • Agricultural landscape ; Agricultural policy ; Agriculture ; Counterurbanization ; Denmark ; Farmer ; Planning ; Sustainable development ; Urbanization
  • differently to full-time farmers, while they also affect demand for land and thus price levels. Furthermore, long-term and recent developments in public policy as responses to changing agricultural landscapes are analysed and discussed. With a focus on counter
  • Agricultural landscape sustainability is affected by combinations of agricultural developments and various forms of urbanisation. This paper analyses how public policy, including spatial planning, has responded over time and affected these two
  • . Most of these farmers are hobby farmers with an urban income who have moved from an urban setting to the rural landscape. As such, these hobby farmers represent a form of urbanisation, usually termed ‘counter-urbanisation’, and they manage the landscape
  • -urbanisation, the paper discusses how agricultural policies, environmental policies and spatial planning policies are poorly integrated and—when viewed together—fail to respond to the intersecting dynamics of agricultural developments and urbanisation
  • Based on the achievements of the era of dualism (Austro-Hungarian Monarchy), the educational infrastructure of the country expanded further during the Horthy-period, but even so it failed to meet the expectations of Count Kunó Klebelsberg (minister
  • of education in the 1920s) and there still remained some blank spots on the cultural geographic map he drew. On the other hand there were obvious achievements in the field of the development of the elementary school system, which was considered priority