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  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Festive events ; Music ; Territory
  • 2009
  • Canada ; Event ; Festival ; Montréal ; Perception of the urban environment ; Public space ; Quebec ; Tourism ; Tourism policy ; Urban policy
  • Canada ; Espace public ; Evénement ; Festival ; Image de la ville ; Montréal ; Politique touristique ; Politique urbaine ; Québec ; Tourisme
  • Depuis les années 1960, Montréal a fortement axé sa promotion touristique et son image sur les événements (manifestations de grande ampleur, festivals et événements ponctuels). Cette orientation se traduit par une évolution certaine du paysage
  • 2009
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Festive events ; France ; Music
  • 2009
  • Event ; Festival ; Impact ; Time ; Tourism ; Town ; Urbanism
  • Chronotopie ; Evénement ; Festival ; Impact ; Politique temporelle ; Temps ; Tourisme ; Urbanisme ; Ville
  • 2009
  • Aquitaine ; Bordeaux ; Civil society ; Cultural studies ; Festive events ; France ; Neighbourhood ; Project ; Public policy ; Urban policy ; Young people
  • 2009
  • Cultural studies ; Festive events ; France ; Languedoc-Roussillon ; Pyrénées-Orientales ; Region ; Territorial identity ; Tradition ; Village
  • 2009
  • Anomalous winter temperature and precipitation events in southern China
  • This paper analyzed the anomalous low-temperature events and the anomalous rain-abundant events in January since 1951 and winter since 1880 for southern China. The AA. aim to analyse the atmospheric circulation features associated with the anomalous
  • events, especially to focus on the circulation conditions when there exist anomalous low-temperature and rain-abundant events simultaneously. It is showed that there is more precipitation in southern China during El Niño winters, and less precipitation
  • during La Niña winters; and there is no clear evidence that the occurrence of anomalous temperature events in winter over southern China is closely linked to ENSO events.
  • 2009
  • The impact of exceptional events on erosion, bedload transport and channel stability in a step-pool channel
  • Carrying capacity ; Erosion ; Exceptional event ; Fluvial dynamics ; Grain size distribution ; Mountain ; Natural hazards ; Schwyz ; Sediment load ; Stream ; Switzerland ; Torrent
  • Sediment transport in the Erlenbach, a small stream with step-pool morphology in the canton of Schwyz, Switzerland, has been monitored for more than 20 years. During this time three exceptional events (events with high sediment yield and long return
  • times that have a large effect on channel morphology) have impacted the stream and partly or completely rearranged the existing step-pool morphology. The aim of this paper is to present observations of these exceptional events and discuss
  • 2009
  • Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human-environment research
  • 2009
  • . The flooding in Lully can be seen as a focusing event (event that led to a shake-up of knowedge) and became an agent in the process of change.
  • 2009
  • -level characteristics. The analysis covers 14 countries of Central Africa. The conflict event data are juxtaposed with geographically disaggregated data on populations, distance to capitals , borders, and road networks. The risk of conflict events
  • 2009
  • An empirical model of event scale cohesive bank profile evolution
  • 2009
  • Variability of selected extreme meteorological events in Poland
  • 2009
  • The aim of this study was to construct the sequence of events that lead to the development of the Mormon Mesa soil profile, generally 4 petrocalcic soil horizons from the base upward (transitional, laminar, massive, and brecciated) and an additional
  • set of horizons that formed in unconsolidated surficial eolian sediments. The AA. interpreted horizon characteristics and pedogenic features of 7 profiles containing stages II-VI petrocalcic horizons. This study provides a relative sequence of events
  • 2009
  • Sensitivity of post-hurricane beach and dune recovery to event frequency
  • subsequent storms. In this respect, the level of impact during subsequent storms and the ability of the island to recover will depend on the frequency of storm events.
  • 2009
  • Research on the SCS-CN initial abstraction ratio using rainfall-runoff event analysis in the Three Gorges Area, China
  • (TGA), by analyzing measured rainfall-runoff events; 2) to compare the performance of the traditional and modified ratio of initial abstraction (Ia) to maximum potential retention (S) values with observed rainfall-runoff data during 6 years. Discussion
  • 2009
  • Effect of the 2004 Asian tsunami in the sea cave of Tham Phaya Nak (Koh Phi Phi archipelago, Thailand) and possible evidence of a prehistoric event
  • . Limestone cliffs of Koh Phi Islands and the marine cave of Phi Phi Leh have been poorly affected, but a prehistoric-event has provoked the deposit of a layer of coral fragments into the cave. This damage could be attributed to a tsunami but a storm cannot
  • 2009
  • Exceptional event ; Meteorology ; Natural hazards ; Plain ; Russia ; The 1960's ; The 2000's ; Wind
  • 2009
  • Behaviour ; Diffusion ; Event ; France ; Homosexuality ; Identity ; Town
  • 2009
  • Caspienne Sea ; Discharge ; Exceptional event ; Flood ; Hydrology ; Probability ; Russia ; Statistical analysis ; Transbaikalia
  • 2009