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  • Traditional chinese site selection-Feng Shui : an evolutionary/ecological perspective
  • A brief history of Feng Shui and the ideal features of a Feng Shui site, including Ch'i, are reviewed. Then the A. argues that Feng Shui has evolutionary and ecological values for selecting optimal human habitats. Much of Feng Shui's folk wisdom
  • Berkeley School genius : musings on a Feng-shui perspective
  • Feng-shui practices are a popular form of applied geography in Anglo-America today. The A. muses on the provenance of Berkeley School genius at the Berkeley site in relation to its power of place, using a simplified feng-shui model.
  • Tér-idö-ember holisztikus modellek az architópok helyi társadalomszervezödésre gyakorolt hatásának értékelésében ; a szabadkai Városháza Feng Shui elemzése
  • Modèles holistiques espace-temps-homme dans l'évaluation de l'influence des architopes sur les schémas d'organisation sociale locale : analyse de Feng Shui de l'hôtel de ville de Szabadka (Subotica)
  • The A. gives an overview of the Feng Shui and demonstrates of its application on the town hall of Szabadka (Subotica). The connection between its architectural features and the administrative structure is analysed. - (AM)
  • Alternative landscapes : ley-lines, feng-shui and the Gaia hypothesis
  • The soil properties of a vegetation chronosequence in Hong Kong involving a grassland, a 22-year mixed woodland, a 52-year forest and 2 graduation 150-year old climax (feng shui) forests were examined. All the 3 hypotheses tested are rejected. While
  • the feng shui forests differed markedly in soil properties, exotic species were superior to native species in soil amelioration. There was no accumulation of organic carbon, nitrogen and cation nutrients with ecological succession, due to the influence
  • Chine ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Himalaya ; Manteau nival ; Milieu naturel ; Montagne ; Namjagbarwa Feng ; Température ; Tibet ; Zonation altitudinale