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  • Développement urbain ; England ; Espace urbain ; Festival ; Gateshead ; Great Britain ; Géographie culturelle ; Newcastle ; North East ; Royaume-Uni
  • Cultural geography ; England ; Festival ; Gateshead ; Great Britain ; Newcastle ; North East ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban development
  • Culture has featured high on the urban development and regeneration agendas across Europe over the past few decades. In particular, large-scale projects and events / festivals have fared well under the auspices of a policy devoting large shares
  • 2007
  • Events und ihr Beitrag zur Regionalökonomie. Die BUGA 05
  • Les Events et leurs contributions à l'économie régionale. La BUGA 05
  • La contribution s'intéresse aux impacts sur l'économie régionale des events et les discute en les appliquant à la ville de Munich et à l'event BUGA 05.
  • 2007
  • Unthinking subjects : Alain Badiou and the event of thought in thinking politics
  • 2007
  • Intra-storm attributes of extreme storm events in the Drakensberg, South Africa
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Exceptional event ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Mountain ; Precipitation ; Rainstorm ; South Africa ; Spatial distribution ; Water erosion
  • Intra-storm rainfall attributes were analyzed for 49 extreme storm events at 5 locations in the KwaZulu-Natal Drakensberg. Three stations located in the mountain foothills and two stations sited on the escarpment edge above 2800 m a.s.l. provide
  • the first detailed intra-storm data for the Drakensberg. Extreme rainfall events were found to vary in duration and in depth, but all stations measure a clear exponential distribution of cumulative kinetic energy content of storm rainfall over time. Further
  • 2007
  • The Pliocene-Pleistocene boundary : which significance for the so called Wolf Event? Evidences from Western Europe
  • L'apparition de Canis etruscus (Wolf Event), dans la faune locale d'Olivola en Italie, avait été vue comme le signal du début du Pléistocène. Mais des découvertes plus récentes, mettant en évidence un renouvellement de la faune des carnivores en
  • Europe occidentale, obligent à placer le Wolf Event dans le Pliocène. En conclusion, le Wolf Event ne peut pas être considéré comme un marqueur du début du Pléistocène.
  • 2007
  • Glacial fluctuations controlled by volcanic events on the Tateyama Volcano, Hida Range, Central Japan, during the last glacial period
  • The aim of this paper is to evaluate the effect of volcanic events on glaciations on the Tateyama Volcano during the last glacial period. For this purpose, this paper describes the distribution and stratigraphic relationships of the volcanic ejecta
  • 2007
  • Improved version of BTOPMC model and its application in event-based hydrologic simulations
  • is also implemented. The canopy interception and soil infiltration processes were incorporated into the original BTOPMC to model event-based runoff simulation in large arid regions. One designed infiltration model is validated for event hydrological
  • 2007
  • Evidence for freeze-thaw events and their implications for rock weathering in northern Canada : II. The temperature at which water freezes in rock
  • Data collected from northern Canada indicate that the temperature at which freezing occurs can vary substantially, even for the same site. The results indicate that any form of freeze-thaw event counting, in the absence of some indicator
  • of the presence of water and that it actually froze, is flawed, as thermal conditions alone are not adequate to indicate the occurrence or not of actual freeze-thaw weathering events. These data suggest that evaluations of freeze-thaw occurrence based simply
  • 2007
  • . During this event, a landslide dam, which previously held a small lake, failed. Using terrestrial survey and aerial photography, erosional and depositional consequences of the event were mapped, pre- and post-event surfaces were compared and the sediment
  • budget of the event calculated for 10 consecutive channel reaches downstream of the former lake.
  • 2007
  • Contemporary versus long-term denudation along a passive plate margin : the role of extreme events
  • Australia ; Erosion rate ; Exceptional event ; Flood ; Forest fire ; Isotope analysis ; Mass movement ; New South Wales ; Soil erosion ; Watershed
  • that applies to the Sydney Basin. They then analyse the flood and wildfire records to quantify the sediment yield arising from relatively high-magnitude erosional events that hace occurred over the past few decades.
  • 2007
  • Exceptional drought events over eastern China during the last five centuries
  • Atmospheric circulation ; China ; Drought ; Eastern China ; Exceptional event ; Ocean atmosphere interaction ; Sixteenth Century ; Twentieth Century ; Volcanic eruption
  • 2007
  • GIS-assisted modelling for debris flow hazard assessment based on the events of May 1998 in the area of Sarno, Southern Italy : Part I. Maximum run-out
  • Based on the debris flow events that occurred in May 1998 in the area of Sarno, this paper presents an approach to simulate debris flow maximum run-out. It first characterizes the morphology and presents the volume and mobility. It follows
  • 2007
  • Field observations, rheological testing and numerical modelling of a debris-flow event
  • The AA. investigate the dynamics and the rheological properties of a 90 000 m3 debris-flow event triggered by a rapid regression landslide with high water content which occurred on November 2002 along the Rossiga valley, Valsassina, Central Italian
  • 2007
  • Suspended sediment transport in glacial meltwater during the initial quiescent phase after a major surge event at Kuannersuit Glacier, Greenland
  • This paper describes a rough estimate of the suspended sediment transport in the bulk meltwater evacuated from Kuannersuit Glacier during the summers of 2000 and 2001, where the drainage system is probably still developing after a major surge event
  • 2007
  • Climatic event ; Climatology ; Eastern United States ; Interannual variability ; Snow ; Spatial distribution ; Statistics ; United States of America
  • the shapes of the storm outlines, their areal extent, and location frequency. The time distributions of the storms were also examined to develop a greater appreciation of how the frequency of these events varies over time.
  • 2007
  • Kernel estimation based on the convolution of a probability density function with a set of magnitudes or event dates, provides tuneable smooth pictures of probability density functions and event intensity functions. Such pictures are in several
  • 2007
  • Bibliography ; Catastrophe ; Climate ; Climatic change ; Climatic event ; Drought ; Exceptional event ; Frost ; Greenhouse effect ; Heat wave ; Inundation ; Research
  • 2007
  • Global events, national politics, local lives : young Muslim men in Scotland
  • 2007
  • Since the 1950s commemorations have experienced a boom in European Societies. People flock to commemorations not only to heal and to identify with particular events but also to justify and to accuse. Such varying motives lead to differing
  • 2007
  • The inner harbor docks are often involved in processes of transformation, being involved in larger urban architectural renewals. The frequency of various cultural events hosted in big cities recently allowed to concentrate the renewal efforts
  • and to promote the valorization of these urban areas on the waterfront. The case of Valencia, which in 2003 was chosen to host the 32nd edition of the famous America's Cup sailing trophy, whose regattas were held during the Summer 2007, is particularly
  • interesting. The event allowed to intensify the processes and the strategies aimed at transforming the harbor area, which had begun in the 1980s. - (NF)
  • 2007