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  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Festive events ; Music ; Territory
  • 2009
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Festive events ; France ; Music
  • 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
  • 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
  • . 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
  • Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human-environment research
  • 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
  • to the sporadic character and rapid developmental changes in economic geographical events within production systems. In the paper we focus on the geographical distribution of investments and their impacts on regional development. - (L'A.).
  • 2009