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  • Middle Pleistocene climate change recorded in fossil mammal teeth from Tarija, Bolivia, and upper limit of the Ensenadan land-mammal age
  • Fossiliferous middle Pleistocene sediments of the Tarija basin of southern Bolivia contain a classic Ensenandan land-mammal fauna. New carbon isotopic data reported here for 5 specimens of the grazing mammals Equus (horse) and Cuvieronius (mastodon
  • ), documented from 8 stratigraphic levels at Tarija, vary significantly in the C 13 values of their teeth. These new isotopic data are used here to identify warm-cold paleoclimatic cycles during the middle Pleistocene and clarify the upper limit
  • for the Ensenadan land-mammal age.
  • Antiquity ; Communication network ; France ; Historical geography ; Infrastructure ; Middle Age ; Motorway ; Road ; Road network
  • Antiquité ; Autoroute ; France ; Géographie historique ; Infrastructure ; Moyen Age ; Route ; Réseau routier ; Voie de communication
  • Historical geography ; Italy ; Lombardia ; Middle Ages
  • Château ; Fortification ; Géographie historique ; Italie ; Lombardia ; Moyen Age ; Somma Lombardo
  • Economic geography ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Middle Age
  • Géographie historique ; Géographie économique ; Hongrie ; Moyen Age
  • ESR ages of Middle Pleistocene corals from the Ryukyu Islands in XIII INQUA Congress issue.
  • Electron spin resonance ages of 11 corals from the lower part of the Ryukyu Group, Japan can be classified into two groups (about 600,000 and 800,000 yr). The result indicates that the lower part of the Ryukyu Group is correlated to at least two
  • The apparent ages (Ar-Ar) suggest that initial oceanic plate disruption and tectonic emplacement of the Zagros and Makran ophiolites occurred in the middle Jurassic (170 Myr ago) with further displacements in the late Cretaceous (97 Myr and 89 Myr
  • ago). The similarity of the Jurassic age with ophiolite emplacement ages in Yugoslavia and Greece is possible evidence of a middle Jurassic collision of an early Mesozoic Tethyan ridge system with both eastern Europe and central Asia.
  • Danube ; Floodplain ; Historical geography ; Humid environment ; Hungary ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrology ; Middle Age
  • Aménagement hydraulique ; Danube ; Géographie historique ; Hongrie ; Hydrologie ; Milieu humide ; Moyen Age ; Plaine d'inondation
  • Traditional flood plain farming was well adjusted to the natural, social and economic conditions during the Middle Ages. However, this system was desintegrated during the Ottoman rule, and later changes in the world economy. As a consequence
  • Changing geographies of governance and group identities in the Middle Ages : the role of societal interaction and conflict
  • Cultural identity ; Eleventh Century ; Ethnic group ; Governance ; Historical geography ; Ideology ; Middle Age ; Power ; Social conflict ; Social interaction ; Society ; Territoriality ; Thirteenth Century ; Twelfth Century ; United Kingdom ; Wales
  • Conflit social ; Gouvernance ; Groupe ethnique ; Géographie historique ; Identité culturelle ; Idéologie ; Interaction sociale ; Moyen Age ; Pouvoir ; Royaume-Uni ; Siècle 11 ; Siècle 12 ; Siècle 13 ; Société ; Territorialité ; Wales
  • La structure spatiale de la Hongrie au Moyen Age
  • Historical geography ; Hungary ; Middle Age ; Sixteenth Century ; Spatial organization ; Spatial structure
  • Géographie historique ; Hongrie ; Moyen Age ; Organisation de l'espace ; Siècle 16 ; Structure spatiale
  • L'Homme et le milieu en Pouille, au début du Moyen-Age (suivi de discussion). (Man and his environment in Apulia, at the beginning of the Middle-Ages)
  • Basilicata ; Domaine méditerranéen ; Géographie historique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Italie ; Lucania ; Mezzogiorno ; Milieu naturel ; Moyen Age ; Métaponte ; Peuplement ; Puglia ; Site archéologique ; Toponymie ; Utilisation du sol
  • Relative ages of the moraines of the Dalijia Shan, Northwestern China
  • Soils of presumed middle to late Quaternary age were analyzed to determine if D/L ratios (D to L-form) of amine acids and/or sand clast weathering could be used for relative age assignment. In the light of the results, the glacial model of Li
  • An exceptionally thick Middle Pleistocene tephra layer from Epirus, Greece
  • This paper reports the discovery of an exceptionally thick ash deposit of Middle Pleistocene age in western Epirus, Greece. This ash layer has not been reworked and has a chemical composition that links it to an Italian volcanic source 750 km
  • Tephrostratigraphy of the Bedded Tuff Member (Kapthurin Formation, Kenya) and the nature of archaeological change in the later middle Pleistocene
  • The AA. emphasize here data from the Kapthurin Formation of Kenya and detail a stratigraphic framework for a succession of volcanic tephra and archaeological sites that provides the means to assess temporal change across the Acheulian Middle Stone
  • Age (MSA) transition. Combined evidence from the tools and flake production methods suggest an incremental and mosaic pattern of change in hominin adaptive strategies during the Acheulian MSA transition.
  • Age-sex structure of Slovenians in Vojvodina in the second half of 20th and on the beggining of 21st century
  • methods and mathematics proceedings are used to compare different parameters of age structure (e.g. middle age, index of ageing etc). The paper confirms that Slovenians are one of the oldest ethnic groups in Vojvodina population. Results will enrich
  • Age-sex structure of Slovenians in Vojvodina is elaborated in this paper. Particular attention was given to the period after the World War Second. Identification of tendencies in age structure of Slovenians was the main task of the paper. Statistic
  • The changing geography of major causes of death among middle age white Americans, 1939-1981
  • The rural landscape of North Wales in the later Middle Ages
  • Middle Pleistocene age of the Nome River glaciation, northwestern Alaska
  • Rebuilding the Middle Ages after the Second World War : the cultural politics of reconstruction in Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany
  • Alps (The) ; Glacier advance ; Glacier retreat ; Historical climate ; History of cartography ; Little ice age ; Middle Age ; Nineteenth Century
  • Alpes ; Avancée du glacier ; Climat historique ; Histoire de la cartographie ; Moyen Age ; Petit âge glaciaire ; Recul du glacier ; Siècle 19
  • The author describes the climate change in the early modern times from the medieval warm period to the little ice age with examples of maps, manuscript maps (tyberiades) and season paintings. In the 15th century word maps of Latin Ptolemy-Editions
  • of snow and ice. In the middle of the 19th century the first glacier maps emerge and from 1880 on exact mapping starts, which documents the retreat of the Alpine glaciers. (IfL)
  • Bioclimatology ; Central Europe ; Climate fluctuation ; Drought ; Europe ; Fish breeding ; Historical climate ; Historical geography ; Middle Age ; Poland ; Temperature ; Twentieth Century ; Water balance
  • Bilan hydrologique ; Bioclimatologie ; Carpe ; Climat historique ; Europe ; Europe centrale ; Fluctuation climatique ; Géographie historique ; Moyen Age ; Pisciculture ; Pologne ; Siècle 20 ; Sécheresse ; Température
  • farms, has made it possible to trace climate fluctuations since the Middle Ages onwards.
  • This paper attempts an evaluation of such climate fluctuations, as those of the Little Ice Age, from the point of view of historical data on carp culture. In the climate of Central Europe, carp growth is limited by temperature, especially in periods