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  • On knowledge networks in science: collaboration among equals
  • Knowledge is produced from labor and existing knowledge as embodied in documents and persons. Through knowledge networks, researchers can utilize knowledge inputs from other scientists. The paper examines institutions for knowledge exchange
  • Serving the knowledge-based society : research on knowledge products
  • Education ; Geographical information ; Geographical knowledge
  • From knowledge to action : bridging gaps in disaster risk reduction
  • Catastrophe ; Knowledge ; Local knowledge ; Mitigation ; Risk ; Scientific knowledge
  • The paper discusses the battlefield of knowledge and action for disaster risk reduction (DRR), outlining the need for a more integrative process consisting of bottom-up and top-down actions, local and scientific knowledge, and a vast array
  • Acquiring spatial knowledge: survey versus route-based knowledge in unfamiliar environments
  • The AA. describe an experiment in which subjects learn either from a map or from a computer-simulated walk through an environment. Tests of route reproduction , cue location, orientation, and directional knowledge are undertaken.
  • Towards a geography of knowledge creation : the ambivalences between knowledge and object and knowing in practice
  • Agglomeration ; Decision making process ; Innovation ; Knowledge ; Place
  • Small decisions in suburban open spaces : ecological perspectives from a hotspot of global biodiversity concerning knowledge flows between disciplinary territories
  • Biodiversity ; Decision ; Ecology ; Knowledge transfer ; Landscape ; Suburbanization ; Suburbs ; Urban area
  • The sites of decision-making and knowledge were mapped in the context of academic and workplace knowledge tribes and territories. Mapping revealed disconnections between where each small decision was made and where knowledge was held which could
  • Counting fish : performative data, anglers' knowledge-practices and environmental measurement
  • England ; Environmental management ; Fishing ; Knowledge ; Leisure ; United Kingdom ; Water resources
  • Using a case study of recreational angling, the A. shows how fish in English rivers and lakes are counted and anglers act as lay or amateur knowledge-producers in the state's metrological knowledge-practices. She shows how, to support environmental
  • measurement, the state manages not only the environment and fish, but also anglers as lay knowledge-producers, using both regulation and economic incentives.
  • Service industries : uneven development and uneven knowledge
  • Malaysian studies: present knowledge and research trends.
  • The contribution of Blacks in the field of geographic knowledge and discovery
  • Geographical knowkedge ; Knowledge ; Knowledge valuation ; Practice of geography ; Regulation ; Scientific publication ; South Africa
  • This paper argues that the rite of passage into the academic community, that fundamentally adds to knowledge, is not as frictionless as completing a PhD-publishing-theory building. It is maintained that the conventions which govern the process
  • of knowledge extension are highly regulated and largely exclusive practises, and these have profound implications for how we write, what we say, and where we publish it. - (AJC)
  • Lost in translation ? International migration, learning and knowledge
  • Apprenticeship ; Enterprise ; International migration ; Knowledge ; Knowledge transfer ; Mobility ; Place ; Professional qualification
  • Uncertainty, knowledge discovery and data mining in GIS
  • Bibliography ; Concept ; Geographic research ; Geographical information system ; Knowledge
  • This report will focus on a few topics that have received recent attention in Geographical Information (GI) science. This includes the topics of knowledge discovery and data mining that are drawing on developments outside geography but that may
  • Knowledge sourcing, knowledge bases, and the spatial organisation of car design
  • Bavaria ; Brazil ; Car industry ; China ; Curitiba ; Germany ; Industry ; Innovation ; Knowledge transfer ; Munich ; Paraná ; Shanghai ; São Paulo
  • This article examines knowledge sourcing, knowledge bases, and the spatial organisation of car design. Through the examples of Audi (Ingolstadt and Munich, Bavaria ; Renault( Curitiba and São Paulo, Brazil) and SAIC-GM (Shanghai´s larger region
  • (China). Evidence suggests that when the synthetic knowledge base is dominant, formal collaboration and mobility are prime knowledge sourcing mechanisms. Moreover, knowledge creation and exchange is likely to occur between actors permanently located
  • within the same region or through the temporary colocation of globally spread innovation partners. On the other hand, when symbolic knowledge is dominant, mobility, monitoring, and buzz turn to be the most relevant sourcing mechanisms, and knowledge
  • In the territory of knowledge : state-centred discourses and the construction of society
  • The article seeks to make a contribution to ongoing work which focuses explicitly on the interrelationships between governmental practice, bodies of knowledge, and territory.
  • Assessing geographic knowledge with sketch maps
  • Ideas on using student-drawn maps as a tool to evaluate geographical knowledge. A method for sorting and summarizing sketch map data. - (DWG)
  • Za poznanim a tvorbou slovenskej dediny. (To the knowledge and shaping of Slovak village)
  • The recognition of differences between town and village development concept is necessary. This knowledge is determined for a wide range of experts dealing with planning and creative work of rural settlements of Slovakia.
  • Gatekeepers of knowledge versus platforms of knowledge : from potential to realized absorptive capacity
  • Alpes-Maritimes ; Firm concentration ; France ; Innovation ; Knowledge ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Spatial concentration ; Technological innovation
  • The development of a creative knowledge sector in metropolitan regions : the case of of Poznan
  • Competitiveness ; Globalization ; Knowledge ; Metropolisation ; Poland ; Poznań ; Urban region
  • The emergence of a creative knowledge sector is one of the features of both a structural change of the world economy and society as well as the process of advancing metropolitinisation. Metropolitan areas are among those where this sector develops
  • especially dynamically, and is turning into one of the most important markers of their comopetitivness. The identification and mutual independencies between the process of accomodating creative knowledge and a competitivness of metropolitan regions within
  • Learning the City : knowledge and translocal assemblage
  • Bombay ; Knowledge ; Learning process ; Production of space ; Urban geography ; Urban policy ; Urbanism
  • The A. combines the result of fieldwork in Mumbai and other cities with a synthesis of theoretical research on knowledge, space and materiality to show how learning should be viewed as central to the production and politics of cities. He deploys
  • the concept of urban learning assemblage to explain the complex processes through which knowledge and learning enable and limit various forms of urbanism. - (HC)