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  • Cartographic display ; Czech Republic ; Image analysis ; Landscape ; Methodology ; Typology
  • This paper introduces new methodological approaches and outputs of semi-complex landscape typology of Czechia. The main methodological output is a proposal of landscape typological classification, based on up-to-date dataset synthesis. The practical
  • 2013
  • Land use ; Methodology ; Norway ; Sampling ; Survey ; Vegetation
  • a systematic sampling technique. The article documents the methodology used in the survey, followed by a discussion of issues raised by the choice of methodology.
  • 2013
  • is ambiguous for many store types. Empirical work faces methodological difficulties and is very limited. The AA. address the problem by assessing the degree of avoidance or clustering of 54 different store types in two cities using a measure that avoids common
  • methodological difficulties encountered in previous research. They find theoretically expected and unexpected location behavior, as well as some surprisingly complex location patterns.
  • 2013
  • Career patterns in multilevel states : an analysis of the Belgian regions : Towards a regional political science : data and methods ‘beyond methodological nationalism’
  • 2013
  • Historical geography ; Instrumentation ; Methodology ; Nineteenth Century ; Société de géographie ; Technology ; United Kingdom
  • L’A. analyse l’importance de la méthode et des instruments dans les travaux et écrits de la Société Royale de Géographie au XIXème siècle. Il propose une approche critique des méthodologies, de l’instrumentation et des pratiques développées par les
  • 2013
  • Water erosion risk assessment in South Africa : a proposed methodological framework
  • Eastern Cape ; Erodibility ; Geographical information system ; Gully erosion ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Land use ; Methodology ; Model ; Rill wash ; Scale ; Soil erosion ; South Africa ; Water erosion ; Watershed
  • contributing factors. The methodological framework is not interpreted as a single assessment technique but rather as an approach that guides the selection of appropriate techniques and datasets according to scale dependency and modelled complexity
  • 2013
  • Accessibility ; Area of attraction ; Distance ; Emergency services ; Facilities ; Mazovia ; Medical services ; Methodology ; Poland ; Spatial scale
  • Presentation of the two-step floating catchment area method (2SFCA) made frequent use of in recent years to analyse the accessibility of medical facilities. Specifically, a first-section presentation of the basic conceptual and methodological issues
  • the advantages and limitations of the method in question, as well as future methodological challenges whose addressing will help improve the efficiency and precision of the 2SFCA method. – (BJ)
  • 2013
  • This paper provides a fundamental review of the dendrogeomorphological methodology applied to erosion measurement in badlands. Focusing on the response of the vegetation to the geomorphic processes, this paper : (a) describes the methodology
  • developed to estimate erosion rates with exposed roots; (b) shows new advances through case studies; and finally, (c) discusses future lines of research to reduce methodological uncertainties and for making dendrogeomorphology more widely applicable.
  • 2013
  • Climatic change ; Erosion rate ; Land use ; Methodology ; Model ; Northern Ireland ; Scenario ; Soil erosion ; Statistical analysis ; Threshold ; United Kingdom
  • In this study, the AA. develop simple methodologies to assess the statistical significance of future soil erosion rates based on comparing relative changes to natural variability around present-day rates, and determine whether these changes may
  • be problematic by comparing absolute soil erosion rates to tolerable thresholds. A modelling study across 6 hillslopes in Northern Ireland is conducted to demonstrate these methodologies, using the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model. The direct impacts
  • 2013
  • High-precision Schmidt-hammer exposure-age dating of flood berms, Vetlestølsdalen, alpine southern Norway : first application and some methodological issues
  • Boulder ; Colluvium ; Dating ; Flood ; Fluvial deposit ; Holocene ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Norway ; Palaeofloods ; Southern Norway
  • 2013
  • Climate ; Climatic change ; Forecast ; Methodology ; Modelling ; Twenty-first century ; Uncertainty ; World
  • 2013
  • Climate ; Concept ; Forecast ; Methodology ; Reliability ; Weather forecast
  • 2013
  • analyses how diversities of kinship and nonkinship social relations might lead to other constellations of power in the subjection of infants. How the geographies of infants can be operationalised methodologically and epistemologically is also studied.
  • 2013
  • as underresearched carceral spaces, and develops theoretical and methodological innovations which nuance the understanding of prison visiting.
  • 2013
  • Classification ; Digital elevation model ; Geographical information system ; Geomorphology ; Methodology ; Relief ; Slovenia ; Typology ; World
  • 2013
  • Tourism index, indicating settlements’ market positions, is based on aggregating the demand and supply databases of tourism market. A novelty of the index’s methodology is that it can indicate tourist performance in different territorial units
  • 2013
  • Bank erosion ; Bibliography ; Channel geometry ; Ecological restoration ; Fluvial dynamics ; Hydraulic works ; Methodology ; Sediment transport ; Stream
  • /advances in methodology in fluvial geomorphology; fluvial hydraulics; gully and hillslope sediment transfer; modelling the fluvial environment; river regulation, channel change and human influences; river management, restoration and effects of vegetation
  • 2013
  • Growth dynamic of retail locations : a methodological approach using a logistic model
  • 2013
  • methodologies to develop measures of context and evaluate our hypothesis, it finds that context had an important impact on states’ war-joining behavior during World War I. An understanding of context that fuses simultaneous embeddedness in network and geographic
  • space with relational power and the methodology of blockmodeling can be used to explore the diffusion of other wars and even other phenomena across geographically situated actors.
  • 2013
  • Political decentralization, economic growth and regional disparities in the OECD : Towards a regional political science : data and methods ‘beyond methodological nationalism’
  • 2013