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  • Climatological aspects of stone huts in traditional agriculture in a mediterranean region in Research contributions to the physical geography of Israel. Studies in fluvial and coastal geomorphology of arid and mediterranean regions.
  • Stone huts are insulated against extreme changes of temperature by their thick walls and sealed construction. Within the stone huts temperature and humidity are very confortable during the heat of summer days, and between 11 am and 3 pm temperatures
  • may be 6 C-11,5 C cooler than outside. In the neighbourhood of most of the stone huts water cisterns have been hewn out of the rock to provide sufficient water for the summer. Stone huts are scattered throughout vineyards and orchards in Spain, France
  • Old huts and new regulations : changes in the Hong Kong squatter property market
  • This paper discusses the applicability of constructed wetlands at Triglav national park mountain huts as the way of tackling hydro-ecological problems. This process has many advantages in comparison to the use of classic wastewater treatment plants
  • . Due to some limiting factors there were 18 out of 36 mountain huts suitable to be included in the research. In this paper the priorities in the process of solving hydro-ecological problems with the use of constructed wetlands are stated, based
  • on the evaluation of the degree of vulnerability. The analysis shows that present draining and purifying wastewater is not in compliance with the law at none of the mountain huts. This problem can only be solved efficiently by building the constructed wetlands at 12
  • mountain huts, at 6 of these this process is highly recommended. - (IKR)
  • Alpine huts in Canada's Western mountains
  • Zentralitätsforschung - ein alter Hut für die Regionalforschung und Raumordnung heute?
  • Around 1,700 ruins of Medieval salt production huts have been identified on the island of Læsø. It is shown that present-day settings of hypersaline groundwater accumulations are comparable to the palaeo-settings of the Medieval salt production
  • and that up to 135 production huts were simultaneously active during more than 400 years from the production began around 1150–1200 until the industry culminated around 1585 and completely ceased only a few decades later. The growth and decline in number
  • of active production huts was not only caused by shortage of fuel as hitherto believed, but more importantly caused by climatic cooling and lack of hypersaline water.
  • Die Siedlungen der Hutterer in Nordamerika Ausdruck einer sozialgeographischen Gruppe Les colonies d'Huttérites en Amérique du Nord Etude géographique d'un groupe social
  • This paper documents the age-constrained pollen record from a peat bed at the Gujjar Hut locality (Garhwal Higher Himalaya), which displays the climate and monsoon trend for the past 7800 yr. This trend suggests progressive cooling, with a decrease
  • changed their functions : slowly loss of agricultural function, an increasing residential function and partly use as recreational huts. - (IFL)