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  • Geography in Japan
  • Japanese geographers : the dream and the reality. An interim report on the Video Dialogue Programme in Japan in Cosmology, epistemology and the history of geography.
  • in Japan. - (SGA)
  • Changing perspectives of landscape scenery in modern Japan in Languages, paradigms and schools in geography.
  • This A. deals with the humanistic shift which geography has shown in recent years in landscape. The consideration of the three levels contained in the concept of landscape. The theories dealing with landscape in modern Japan and their relationship
  • The concept of landscape spread through the geographic world in Japan since the latter half of 1920s. This paper is the first historical review of studies of geographical landscape in Japan. - (SGA)
  • A note on the application of spatial interaction models to Japanese exchange flows in 1899
  • Geographical photography has been taken upon a geographer's own judgement. Material for this analysis came from geographical monographs and from Chirigaku Hyôron (Geographical Review of Japan). The development of geographical photography in Japan
  • is divided in four stages. Landscape geography became common during the 1930's in Japan. This trend promoted the utilization of photography. Nowadays photography became less and less utilized. Although geographers take a lot of photographs by themselves
  • The author notices a discrepancy between the European view of the term alpine and the Japanese one. Japanese researchers have traditionnally reckoned the alpine zone as an area covered with the extension of the Pinus pumila thickets rich in boreal
  • forest elements. An approach to this subject is made through the ecology of the P. pumila thickets, a research carried out in Mt Taisetsu, Central Hokkaido. The author concludes that the Japanese alpine zone is a unique and independent vegetational zone.
  • An empirical study of the competing destination model using Japanese interaction data
  • Geookologische Gebirgsforschung. Ein Bericht über das internationale Symposium der IGU-Kommission Mountain Geoecology, Japan 1980. (Recherche géoécologique des montagnes. Compte rendu du symposium international de la commission de l'UGI Géoécologie
  • En japonais Applying the standard of the International Land Classification of IGU to Japan laying stress on the Sagami River plain
  • K. B. S. bibliography of standard reference books for Japanese studies with descriptive notes. Geography. (Revised edition).
  • A note on the equilibrium Hoover index associated with regional migration and national growth patterns in Japan, 1955-1974
  • A map-transformation approach to the location of central places : the case of the central Kanto region in preindustrial Japan
  • Landslide susceptibility mapping in the Amahata river basin, Japan
  • Tradition und Fortschritte in der Landesentwicklung Persistenz traditioneller Werte und Strukturen in der Stadtsystemen Japans und Deutschlands. (Tradition et progrès dans le développement national Persistance des valeurs traditionnelles et des
  • . The process of symbolization of place images by reported use in the society. Those place images symbolized on a national level in Japan. - (SGA)
  • Language atlas of the Pacific area. Part II: Japan area, Taiwan (Formosa), Philippines, Mainland and Insular South-East Asia.
  • An atlas of the sea floor around Japan. Aspects of submarine geomorphology.
  • En profitant des travaux de révision en cours du National Atlas of Japan publié en 1977, le Geographical Survey Institute veut lancer une série d'atlas thématiques dont voici le premier. Dans cet Atlas axé sur l'aménagement du territoire et la