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  • Dividing the land: early American beginnings of our private property mosaic
  • Historical geography ; Land ; Landed estate ; Private property ; Settlement ; United States of America
  • Historical geography of land division in the eastern and southern USA, distinguishing patterns in New England, South Atlantic, Middle Atlantic, Louisiana and Texas. The general ideas of property ownership and division were European, but the specific
  • On differential rent and landed property
  • Concept ; Economic theory ; Investment ; Land rent ; Land;Real estate ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Marxism
  • Property finance in Japan: expansion and collapse of the bubble economy
  • Property and finance, part 1
  • Capital accumulation ; Capitalism ; Economic structure ; Finance ; Inflation ; Japan ; Land value ; Real estate market ; Real estate property
  • The paper provides an analysis of the recent property boom and collapse in Japan. Central to the analysis is the role of financial institutions in financing the boom. The extraordinary rise in land prices and the land concentration by capital, which
  • were brought out through expansion of property finance, is examined. The domination of land markets by finance capital, which was accomplished through urban redevelopment in the 1980s, is not in decline as a result of the collapse of the bubble economy
  • Land use effects on the properties of an alfisol on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria
  • Agricultural productivity ; Agropedology ; Cultivated land ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Land use ; Nigeria ; Pastureland ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Tropical zone
  • The aim of this study was to determine the effects of land-use types on some properties influencing the fertility of an alfisol on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria. For sustained agricultural productivity, the soils require adequate inorganic and organic
  • Variation of some soil properties along two toposequences on quartzite schist and banded gneiss in Southwestern Nigeria
  • Catena ; Land use ; Nigeria ; Soil ; Soil classification ; Soil properties ; Taxonomy
  • This study was undertaken to examine the variation of some soil properties along the toposeqence to illustrate the need for such approach to complement soil classification in allocating areas of land to specific uses along the toposequence
  • Law, property, and the geography of violence : the frontier, the survey, and the grid
  • Colonization ; Historical geography ; Land ; Landed estate ; Legislation ; Power ; Space ; Violence
  • Physical violence is important to the legitimation, foundation, and operation of a Western property regime. Certain spatializations play a practical and ideological role at all these moments. Property and space are reproduced through various
  • On the ownership of land
  • Historical geography ; Land appropriation ; Land;Real estate ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Laws ; Private property ; Property right
  • Unravelling property relations around forest carbon
  • Cambodia ; Carbon economy ; Forest ; Forest resources ; Land ; Landed property ; Papua New Guinea ; Philippines ; Resource management
  • Using examples from Cambodia, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, the AA. examine the property negotiations underpinning the new forest carbon economy. They show that the institutions and land use negotiations needed to produce forest carbon
  • interact with existing property claims over land and forests. Claims to forest carbon are complicated by ambiguities and complexities surrounding rights to forested land. It creates an unstable basis for forest carbon markets and raises questions about
  • future access to forested land.
  • The influence of land use and fallow period on the properties of two calcareous soils in the humid tropics of southern Mexico
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural practice ; Chiapas ; Fallow land ; Land use ; Mexico ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Tropical zone
  • The aim was to assess the effects of land use and duration of fallow (cropland/young fallow, shrub fallow, tree-fallow, forest) on soil physical and chemical properties (profile morphology, dry bulk density, clay content, organic matter, total N, C
  • /N, pH, CEC, P). Changes in these soil properties were studied over 3-8 years at 2 sites in the humid tropics with different calcareous soil types.
  • Gradients, property templates, and land use change
  • Baltimore ; Environmental management ; Land use ; Landscape dynamics ; Maryland ; United States of America ; Urban development ; Urban ecology ; Urban landscape ; Urbanization
  • The AA. present several measures of early property agricultural quality. These analyses demonstrate the influence of physiochemical gradients on initial division patterns in the Gywnns Falls watershed (Baltimore). They examine the influence
  • of the template created by early property decisions on continuing human-driven landscape dynamics.
  • Spanish colonization and Indian property in Central Mexico, 1521-1620
  • Colonial policy ; Colonization ; Farm ; Farming;Agriculture ; Historical geography ; Landed property;Landed estate ; Mexico ; Settlement ; Sixteenth Century
  • Key participants of the military compaigns were rewarded with rights to the tribute and limited labor conscription (encomienda) required of the indigenous population in a particular district. Legally, encomienda did not confer property rights
  • , but holders of the privilege also received most of the earliest land grants and had the advantage of conscript labor during the planting and harvest seasons.
  • Value maps: aspects of land and property values.
  • Landed property and the distinction between royalty and rent
  • Soils : agricultural and engineering properties
  • Alluvium ; Arable land ; Brunei ; Classification ; Clay ; Land improvement ; Podzol ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Soil science ; Surface deposits
  • The impact of land use on soil properties in a karst agricultural region of Southwest China : a case study of Xiaojiang watershed, Yunnan
  • Agricultural land use ; China ; Geochemistry ; Karst ; Land use ; Lithology ; Soil properties ; Watershed ; Yunnan
  • in Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Also, with the change in land use and management measures of soil, the modifications in soil properties which developed from carbonate rocks were more sensitive than those in the soil developed from sandstone.
  • In this study the AA. analyzed the land use changes from 1982 to 2003, and assessed the effects of land use changes on pH value, organic matter, total N, total P, total K, available N, available P and available K in soil of Xiaojiang watershed
  • Modelling land redistribution potential in Limpopo, South Africa
  • Agricultural land use ; Automated mapping ; Information system ; Land ; Land redistribution ; Land reform ; Landed property ; Limpopo ; Modelling ; South Africa
  • Land reform remains high on South Africa’s list of national priorities, but the results since 1994 have been meagre. One key issue that often stymies well-meaning reform minded institutions, bureaucrats, activists and land owners is a lack
  • of information on the land itself. A set of geo-spatial technologies are recommended to overcome this problem. - (AJC)
  • Effect of land rehabilitation on physicochemical and microbial properties of a sodic soil
  • Agropedology ; Arid area ; Biogeochemistry ; Ecological restoration ; India ; Semi-arid area ; Sodic soil ; Soil ; Soil properties ; UttarPradesh
  • physicochemical and microbial properties, (2) to assess seasonal variation in soil properties of different lands and (3) to calculate increase in soil fertility through gain percent. For this purpose, changes in soil properties (physicochemical and microbial
  • properties) of rehabilitated sodic land (RSL) were compared with adjacent degraded sodic land (DSL) and non-sodic soil (NSS). Microbial biomass and enzyme activities were negatively correlated with soil sodicity parameters : pH, EC, exchangeable sodium
  • This study was carried out at Banthra Research Station (BRS) of the National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow. The goals were (1) to evaluate the effect of long term (5 decades) rehabilitation of sodic land through cropping system on soil
  • percentage (ESP) and sodium adsorption ratio (SAR), except alkaline phosphatase activity. Rehabilitation of degraded sodic land through cropping showed 79% (mean gain %) improvement in soil quality. It is concluded that rehabilitation of degraded sodic lands
  • Soil properties related to land-use systems in oases of Sangong river watershed, Xinjiang
  • Agricultural land use ; Arid area ; China ; Irrigation ; Land use ; Oasis ; Salinity ; Soil properties ; Xinjiang
  • Taking an alluvial plain oasis in the northern piedmont of the Tianshan Mountains as a case study, the AA. investigate the effects of different land-use systems on soil properties. Major objectives of the study are to : 1) analyze the effects
  • of land-use systems on soil particle distribution, soil organic matter and nutrients contents as well as salinity in the oasis; and 2) discuss the change in soil organic carbon and evaluate the rationality of human activities in the oasis.
  • Surface soil hydraulic properties in four soil series under different land uses and their temporal changes
  • Cultivated land ; Forest soil ; Infiltration ; Land use ; Pennsylvania ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Soil water ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Water retention
  • examined through repeated field measurements using tension infiltrometers. With the repeated measurements over time, the AA. attempted to understand the difference in soil hydraulic properties among different land uses for a given soil series, and to answer
  • Four soil series (Glenelg, Hagerstown, Joanna, and Morrison) in Pennsylvania with contrasting textures, structures, and parent materials were investigated. Within each soil series, four common land uses (woodland, cropland, pasture, and urban) were
  • The red soils, their origin, properties, use and management in Greece
  • Agricultural land use ; Clay mineral ; Concept ; Greece ; Irrigation ; Land use ; Mediterranean climate ; Pedogenesis ; Red soil ; Soil ; Soil properties
  • The objectives of this paper are to discuss concepts regarding the geographic distribution and the origin of the Greek red soils, to present basic data on their properties and to discuss their use and management.