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  • Classics in physical geography revisited. Thornthwaite, C.W. 1948: an approach toward a rational classification of climate. The Geographical Review 38, 55-94
  • Classification des climats ; Climat ; Donnée climatique ; Limite climatique ; Méthodologie ; Précipitation ; Végétation
  • Climate ; Climate classification ; Climatic boundary ; Climatic data ; Methodology ; Precipitation ; Vegetation
  • Thornthwaite's 1948 climatic classification system was fundamentally different from all its predecessors: climates are defined rationally and boundaries are determined objectively by the meteorological data; vegetation, soils, hydrology, etc
  • ., are then to be determined from the prevailing climatic type.
  • Academic jet-setting in a time of climate destabilization : ecological privilege and professional geographic travel
  • Changement climatique ; Climat ; Conférence ; Ecologie appliquée ; Empreinte écologique ; Etats-Unis ; Géographe ; Mobilité ; Privilège écologique ; Réchauffement climatique ; Seattle ; Vol par avion ; Washington State
  • Applied ecology ; Climate ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Ecological footprint ; Geographer ; Mobility ; Seattle ; United States of America ; Washington State
  • This article examines academic jet-setting in a time of climate destabilization associated with professional geographic travel through the concepts of ecological privilege and dys-ecologism. To illustrate this, it measures the flight-related
  • ecological footprint of the 2011 annual meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in Seattle, Washington. It thus highlights the importance of scrutinizing the complex and dynamic interrelationships among consumption; associated socioecological
  • Bioclimatology ; Climate ; Geographical information system ; Poland
  • Bioclimatologie ; Climat ; Pologne ; Système d'information géographique
  • The paper presents climatic and bioclimatic conditions of North-Eastern Poland. In the first part general climatic and bioclimatic characteristic of the studied area is discussed. The second part shows local differentiation of climatic
  • and bioclimatic conditions. GIS procedure were used for spatial documentation of various components of geographical environment. - (L'A.).
  • The Korean Peninsula - A geographical introduction
  • Asie ; Climat ; Corée ; Milieu naturel ; Région
  • Asia ; Climate ; Korea ; Natural environment ; Region
  • Présentation géographique de la presqu'île de Corée : position géographique, milieu physique, climat (étés très chauds, hivers froids et secs) et régions climatiques, les régions (centrale, de transition, périphériques, des bassins), la structure
  • Geographic box plots
  • Années 2001-2005 ; Bioclimatologie humaine ; Climat ; Densité de population ; Ecologie humaine ; Etats-Unis ; Statistique ; Statistique spatiale ; Température ; Température de l'air
  • Air temperature ; Climate ; Human bioclimatology ; Human ecology ; Population density ; Spatial statistics ; Statistics ; Temperature ; United States of America
  • Traditional and geographic box plots of one hypothetical and two real-world geographic variables are constructed and compared to illustrate the often marked differences between traditional and geographic box plots of the same geographic variables
  • . The real-world geographic variables considered here are human population density (in the year 2000) within the contiguous 48 United States and five-year-average (January 2001 - December 2005) air temperature over the Artic land surface. Discussion
  • The use of geographical information systems in climatology and meteorology
  • Bibliography ; Bioclimatology ; Climatic variation ; Climatology ; Digital elevation model ; Ecology ; Energy ; Forecast ; Forestry ; Geographical information system ; Health ; Hydrology ; Meteorology ; Urban environment
  • This paper presents a review of the role of geographical information systems, GIS, in climatology and meteorology by discussing methods used to derive and refine spatial climate data, and reviewing the bespoke application of GIS and spatial climate
  • datasets in agriculture, ecology, forestry, health and disease, wheather forecasting, hydrology, transport, urban environments, energy and climate change.
  • Aridisation ; Aridité ; Climat ; Climatologie appliquée ; Concept ; Domaine subaride ; Europe centrale ; Hongrie ; Sécheresse ; Variabilité climatique
  • Applied climatology ; Aridisation ; Aridity ; Central Europe ; Climate ; Climatic variability ; Concept ; Drought ; Hungary
  • Climate change can also be observed in the countries of South-Eastern Central Europe. Author investigates the physical geographical factors which reflect the present climate change in Hungary. According to the author an aridification process can
  • be observed in Hungary and its surrounding as an effect of climate change. Changing precipitation, vegetation and soil profiles of the country are investigated. - (JS)
  • GIS-based mapping of air-directing tracks relevant to the urban climate.
  • Cartographic technique ; Cartography ; Geographical information system ; Urban climate
  • Cartographie ; Climat urbain ; Système d'information géographique ; Technique cartographique
  • The paper deals with the following subjects : 1. Air-directing tracks relevant to the urban climate - definitions 2. Requirements concerning the air-directing tracks relevant to the urban climate 3. Realization of the GIS-based mapping-technique
  • Termicka kontinentalita podnebia na Slovensku. (Thermical continentality of the climate in Slovakia)
  • Climat ; Climat continental ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Paramètre statistique ; Slovensko ; Tchécoslovaquie ; Température ; Température de l'air ; Variabilité ; Zone tempérée
  • The thermical continentality of the climate in Slovakia is evaluated for the period 1951-1980. The territory belongs to a climatic area of moderate geographical latitudes with prevailing influence of both the continental polar and sea polar air mass
  • A new conceptual model for understanding geographical variations in weathering
  • Argile minéral ; Climat ; Concept ; Domaine aride ; Désert ; Eau du sol ; Géomorphologie climatique ; Microstructure ; Modèle ; Météorisation ; Périglaciaire ; Sol
  • Arid area ; Clay mineral ; Climate ; Climatic geomorphology ; Concept ; Desert ; Microstructure ; Model ; Periglacial features ; Soil ; Soil water ; Weathering
  • This paper presents a new conceptual model of geographical variability in chemical weathering and compares this model with the climatic theory of weathering. The evaluation progresses systematically from micro- to mesoscales, from the hygroscopic
  • mineral boundary-layer to landscapes. Most of the examples derive from the warm and cold deserts which have provided the climatic theory with its best evidence.
  • Application de la télédétection et des techniques de systèmes d'information géographique dans les études du climat urbain
  • Les relations Climat-Homme-Climat
  • Geographical information system ; Remote sensing ; Town planning ; Urban area ; Urban climate
  • Aménagement urbain ; Climat urbain ; Espace urbain ; Système d'information géographique ; Télédétection
  • Possibilities of GIS in climate researches, especially in urban climate are invaluable. The paper presents brief information about current possibilities of new GIS techniques for urban climate researches and also GIS as decision support system among
  • Climat local ; Climat urbain ; Climatologie ; Modèle ; Suède ; Température ; Température du sol ; Utilisation du sol
  • Climatology ; Land use ; Local climate ; Model ; Soil temperature ; Sweden ; Temperature ; Urban climate
  • The local climate is described by using models coupled to form larger units. The work has a geographical approach in which the surface properties are the most important parameters. One example is from the project on a local climatological model
  • for prediction of air and road surface temperatures along road stretches, where five geographical factors are primarily considered. The other is from an urban climatological project and deals with the relation between land use, urban structure and local climate.
  • Obtaining climatic information from tree rings in Our geographic mosaic: research essays in honour of G.C. Merrill.
  • Geographical studies on seasonality in cancer of the stomach
  • Cancer ; Climat ; Géographie humaine ; Japon ; Mortalité ; Santé
  • Analyse du rôle du climat et du type de temps comme facteur de risque de la mortalité par cancer de l'estomac au Japon (1958-1976). (HP).
  • Die klimatischen Verhältnisse in der VDR Jemen The climatic conditions in the Democratic People's Republic of Yemen
  • Climat ; Climatologie ; Donnée climatique ; Evaporation potentielle ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Humidité atmosphérique ; Précipitation ; Température ; Yémen démocratique ; Zone climatique
  • After discussing of the methodical principals and the data situation the author deals with the spatial differentiation of the main elements of the climate (air temperature, rainfall, atmospheric humidity, potential evaporation) and gives a climate
  • -geographical division of the Yemen. - (IH)
  • Weather, climate and tourism. A geographical perspective
  • Revue détaillée de la littérature consacrée, principalement par les géographes, à la climatologie touristique. L'accent est mis sur l'analyse du climat en tant que ressource touristique, sur le rôle du climat et du temps qu'il fait dans
  • Szantofoldi novényeink természetfoldrajzi tajakra torténo ajanlasanak gyors gyakorlati modszere. (An express pratice to recommend our ploughland crops to physical geographical regions)
  • Along with a general recommendation of new ploughland crop hybrids, a specified one to physical geographical regions is also needed. Climatic parameters for regions are collected to characterize climatic types/continental, mediterranean, oceanic
  • International co-operation on climate change and Australia's role : Australian and international environment agreements
  • Australia ; Economic development ; Environment ; Geographic research ; Global change ; Government policy ; Greenhouse effect ; Impact
  • This paper outlines aspects of policy developmment on greenhouse at the international level, Australia's role in that develoment, and the contributuion of Australian geographers. The paper touches on many of the complex issues and debates that have
  • arisen in relation to climate change.
  • The hydrological regime of rivers in the light of scenarios of global climatic change
  • Hydrological processes and water resources in the face of global climate change
  • Discharge ; Geographical information system ; Global change ; Hydrological regime ; Model ; Poland ; Season ; Stream
  • This article seeks to achieve 2 aims : - to classify the hydrological regimes of the rivers Rega, Utrata and Soła, representing different climatic and physio-geographical regions of Poland, and - to assess changes in their regimes following
  • the adopted scenarios of global climatic change.
  • Aviation-contrail impacts on climate and climate change : a ready-to-wear research mantle for geographers
  • Changement climatique ; Climat ; Cristaux de glace ; Géographe ; Impact ; Nuage ; Recherche géographique ; Réchauffement climatique ; Trafic aérien ; Transport ; Transport aérien
  • Air traffic ; Air transport ; Climate ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Cloud ; Geographer ; Geographic research ; Impact ; Transport
  • Les AA. étudient le rôle des géographes dans l’évaluation des impacts des nuages de cristaux de glace émis par les avions sur le climat et le changement climatique. Ils démontrent qu’ils sont les plus à même à analyser ces phénomènes en passant par