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  • Urban land use in Tokyo in the early twentieth century : a comparison with Edo
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Land use ; Large city ; Tokyo ; Urban history ; Urban structure
  • This article aims to analyze the regional structure of Tokyo. To make the chronological change clearer, a comparison was made with the existing urban land use in the last stage of the Edo period. During the 50 years between the last stage of feudal
  • Edo and the early twentieth century, phenomenal changes occurred in land use. Nearly all feudal land uses gave away to such modern land uses as imperial, military, manufacturing and educational. - (KA)
  • Eighteenth Century ; Historical mapping ; Land use ; National park ; Slovenia ; Thematic mapping
  • present. Major drawbacks were uncommon map legends (and catalogues), different surveying and mapping techniques, poor informatin of map projections, and rough and diverse alpine area. Time series land use dataset was extracted and adapted with a backward
  • editing method. The procedures for maps editing and quality assessment simplified decision-making of data usage for the further analyses. The study get clearer understanding of technical parameters and semantic properties of historical maps together
  • with interpeted GIS-based land use datasets. - (IKR)
  • A clearer understanding of the possible impacts of the use of geographic information systems can be developed only by looking to the relationships among the knowledge (final product of an inquiry), the practices that produce that product
  • This paper suggests that a non-hierarchical approach to scalar comparisons may afford a clearer view of environmental relationships operating at different scales. The paper then evaluates the effects of these non-hierarchical, multi-scale
  • The results of this research project aim to give a clearer insight into the phenomenon of retirement migration (to be considered as a movement in relation to final retirement from the labour process) in the Dutch context. The author concludes
  • This study provides a clearer understanding of hydrological and sedimentological processes and mechanisms operating during jökulhlaups (glacial outburst floods), and helps to identify flood hazards more accurately, which is fundamental for hazard
  • to a clearer understanding of the sourcing and dynamics of the modern style of sedimentation.
  • of them have been modified in different ways. The highland communities were removed. In deciduous forests, high exploitation caused the oaks to prevail. Garrigues are now clearer and more spacious. Scattered trees or even few forests is all that remains
  • general problems of interpretation are discussed in the light of the stratigraphic details. In the concluding section of the paper certain procedures are proposed that may permit a clearer assessment of potential problems of taphonomy in pollen
  • and USDA classification systems based on clearer relationships between soils and vegetation. By utilizing the data obtained to classify each soil according to the different classification systems and their revisions, it is possible to evaluate which
  • Clearer conception and better measurement of density and the related concept of space-filling are seen as central to applied analysis in régional science. The AA. probe the uncertain and ambiguous conception of urban density and space-filling
  • The aim of this paper is to discuss a new measurement principle - thermal consonance timing (TCT) - which delivers clearer, more continuous and quantitative information on erosion and deposition event magnitude, timing and frequency
  • A continuous record is presented of active layer processes at Endalen, Svalbard, over the period 2005-08. The AA. seek to measure the response of the active layer to year-on-year climatic variability, and hence to provide a clearer understanding
  • In the context of the deprived rural regions, the potential of exploring the relation between social capital and processes of development seems to be relevant, not necessarily because in the rural territories this relation is clearer