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  • Environment ; Geographic research ; Landscape ; Landscape structure ; Poland
  • Using geographical terminology, it is possible to state that landscape is a manifestation of the geographical environment. However, in looking at the landscape one may in turn interpret what is going on in, and with, the environment. Thus, to learn
  • something about the landscape it is essential to know something about geographical environment. Such relations exist in reality and they determine the cohesion of geography, as well as the subject of a geographer's research interest. The activities
  • of the geographer and the architect thus appear complementary. - (BJ)
  • 2002
  • Biographie ; Ecole géographique ; Ecole portugaise ; Enseignement de la géographie ; FEIO (M.) ; Géographe ; Lisboa ; Organisme de recherche ; Portugal ; RIBEIRO (O.) ; Recherche ; Recherche géographique ; Rôle du géographe ; Université
  • Biography ; Geographer ; Geographer's role ; Geographic research ; Geographic school ; Lisbon ; Portugal ; Research ; Research organization ; Teaching of geography ; University
  • 2002
  • Formation à l'internet des géographes dans les universités
  • Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement supérieur ; Formation professionnelle ; Géographe ; Internet ; Russie ; Technologie de pointe ; Université
  • Geographer ; High technology ; Higher education ; Internet ; Professional training ; Russia ; Teaching of geography ; University
  • 2002
  • Geographic information science in South Africa
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • Computing ; Education ; Geographical information system ; Geography ; Information ; South Africa
  • 2002
  • Nice maps, shame about the theory ? Thinking geographically about the economic
  • Consumption ; Economic activity ; Economic geography ; Geographical thought ; Market ; Production ; Social reproduction
  • After a brief section which reviews some recent debates about geography and economics, the second section raises the possibility and implications of geographies in economies. The argument is that economies are doubtly geographical in terms of both
  • space and social relations. The third section tries to demonstrate something of the complex and relational nature of spatialities and the geographical imagination. The fourth part of the paper tries to demonstrate the thesis that conversations
  • 2002
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • Geographers' active engagement in development issues in contemporary South Africa is recorded against the background of trends in international and national geographical literature. Reference to changing theories, methodologies and viewpoints over
  • 2002
  • John Wesley Powell and the mapping of the Colorado Plateau, 1869-1879 : survey science, geographical solutions, and the economy of environmental values
  • Cartographical display ; Colorado ; Environment ; Geographical thought ; History of geography ; History of sciences ; Nineteenth Century ; United States of America
  • The article examines the historical geographical processes through which Powell's maps of an unexplored region gave way, in roughly a decade, to his maps of proper land use, epitomized by his 1878 Report on the Lands of the Arid Region of the United
  • 2002
  • Feminist visualization : re-envisioning GIS as a method in feminist geographic research
  • Activity space ; Daily life ; Epistemology ; Feminism ; Geographical information system ; Research ; Woman
  • scientific practices and visualization technologies. The A. explores several ways in which GIS methods may be used to enrich geographic research.
  • 2002
  • The shape of space : applying geometric morphometrics to geographic data
  • An example of warps analysis as applied to geographic data is presented. It focuses on the AIDS epidemic in two boroughs of New York City. Female adult AIDS incidence and percentage newborns exposed to HIV, by zip code for the years 1991-98
  • 2002
  • Issues in contemporary geographical hydrology
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • 2002
  • Hidden segregation ? The limits of geographically based affirmative action
  • school level. Despite the effort to use geographic criteria to achieve racial diversity, there may simply be no adequate proxy for racial identity other than racial identity. Such plans hide the political and social activities that maintain racial
  • 2002
  • Geographics of identity : the migrant experiences of Filipinas in northeast Ohio
  • Using Friedman's concept of a geographics of identity, the paper provides insight into the day-to-day activities of two Filipinas as they adjust to living in rural northeast Ohio. Difficulties may accrue at a multitude of social scales, including
  • 2002
  • Geographic analysis of the border region of Vimperk
  • 2002
  • The limits of globalization theory : a geographic perspective on global economic change
  • 2002
  • Military geography forms an important combination of various sub-disciplines and applications of geography, and challenges the practitioner to use geographic skills to solve military problems of a geographical nature. This paper gives an explanation
  • 2002
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • geographers since the dawn of the twentieth century. - (AJC)
  • 2002
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • The sub-discipline of political geography has been a small but vibrant section of geographical research in South Africa in the last thirty years. In large measure this reflects the turbulent history of the country as apartheid planning involved
  • 2002
  • Geographical renaissance at the dawn of the Millennium
  • The paper examines the relationship between geography and environmental management in South Africa ; the role of geographers and the future of this relationship. The paper identifies eleven themes in the environmental management literature in South
  • 2002
  • Geographers have begun to consider animals and the urban moral landscape, and assess competing rubrics of planning practice as they relate to animals in the city. Together, these efforts suggest a research agenda for urban geographers interested
  • 2002
  • Années 1990 ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Etudiants ; Géographe ; Pologne ; Recherche géographique
  • Geographer ; Geographic research ; Poland ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; Years 1990-99
  • The research task was to analyze the development of the research-didactic staff of geographers and links in the context of a substantial increase in enrolment of geography students in Poland in the years 1990-2000. There were significant differences
  • among geographical academic centres in the development of their educational function as measured by student enrolment and the number of academic teachers. The analysis shows that the principal geographical centres giving their opinions for academic
  • 2002