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  • Asia ; Congestion ; Indonesia ; Industrial organization ; Industry ; Mine ; South-Eastern Asia ; Suburbs ; Town ; Urban area ; Urban structure ; Urban transport ; Urbanization ; Vietnam
  • Asie ; Asie du Sud-Est ; Banlieue ; Encombrement ; Espace urbain ; Indonésie ; Industrie ; Mine ; Organisation industrielle ; Structure urbaine ; Transport urbain ; Urbanisation ; Ville ; Viêt Nam
  • 1998
  • Arizona ; Geochemistry ; Grain size distribution ; Heavy metals ; Mine ; Pollution ; Semi-arid area ; Soil moisture ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • Arizona ; Domaine semi-aride ; Etats-Unis ; Granulométrie ; Géochimie ; Humidité du sol ; Mine ; Métaux lourds ; Pollution ; Végétation
  • 1998
  • Archaeology ; Cave ; Historical geography ; Karst ; Natural resources ; Nature conservation ; Patrimony ; Rural area ; Rural economy ; Site preservation ; Speleology ; Tourism
  • -mines). L'aménagement de quelques grottes touristiques débute fin du XVIIIe - commencement du XIXe dans un but culturel. Mais maintenant le développement du tourisme souterrain est en rapport à la fois avec des préoccupations économiques et la protection
  • 1998
  • Industrial estate ; Industrial space ; Industry ; Iron ; Landscape ; Luxembourg ; Mining area ; Steel industry ; Town
  • 1998
  • Factory ; France ; Geosystem ; Industrial space ; Industry ; Location choice ; Lorraine ; Meurthe-et-Moselle ; Nancy ; Steel industry ; Suburbs ; Urban area ; Urban landscape
  • a succédé un géosystème industriel centré sur la mine et l'usine, débordant largement les limites de la commune. Il est lui-même remis en cause car la commune s'intègre dans l'ensemble plus vaste de l'agglomération nancéenne.
  • 1998
  • Accessibility ; Belgium ; Commuting ; Economic activity ; Economic geography ; Economic space ; Employment area ; Employment structure ; Growth pole ; Location ; Spatial structure
  • Dynamique et structure des bassins d'emploi en Belgique. La fermeture des mines de charbon en Campine : conséquences économiques et géographiques. La localisation optimale d'un service semi-polluant : le cas d'un parc de conteneurs à La Bruyère
  • 1998
  • The karst area of Great Britain are very varied regarding their formation and construction. The AA. take the following areas in turn : the karst areas of the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines, the Peak District, the Mendip Hills, the magnisium
  • limestone areas of Northern England, the Cretaceous chalk areas of Southeastern England, the Devonian carbonates of Southwestern England, the karst area of wales and Scottland. - (ZK)
  • 1998
  • The development process and some features of large-scale housing estates in the Morioka urban area
  • This study aims to explain the development process of large-scale residential areas, 20 hectares and over each, in the Morioka urban area, and to compare some features with other urban and metropolitan areas. - (KA)
  • 1998
  • Co-managing the boundaries between urban and natural areas : a case study of Scarborough (Cape Peninsula)
  • The characteristics of protected areas that adjoin urban areas are analyzed, focusing primarily on the problems and opportunities presented by co-managing these areas through buffer zones. A set of criteria are drawn from the case study that could
  • be used to determine whether an area in the urban fringe should be included in a buffer zone around a protected area. It is shown that reserve boundaries do not offer sufficient protection for protected areas and that the buffer model is an effective
  • 1998
  • Arid area ; Atmospheric circulation ; Bibliography ; Climatology ; Energy balance ; Forest ; Mesoclimate ; Microclimate ; Periglacial features ; Semi-arid area ; Tundra ; Urban climate
  • This survey is limited to 3 themes prevalent in research published in 1996 : land-surface heterogeneity, mesoscale circulations, and the energy budgets and microclimates of 4 particular surface classes (forests, arid and semi-arid areas, urban areas
  • 1998
  • Some methods for the determination and the evaluation of non-fragmented and minimal disturbed landscape areas
  • Biogeography ; Ecology ; Germany ; Habitat ; Mecklenburg-West Pomerania ; Methodology ; Nature conservation ; Protected area ; Spatial distribution
  • The assessment of the effect and function of non-fragmented landscape areas with minimal disturbances for vertebrata with large spatial requirements can involve some methods. The more commonly-used methods of analysis and evaluation of such areas
  • 1998
  • Variability of soils in urban and periurban areas in Northern Germany
  • Germany ; Heavy metals ; Human impact ; Pedogenesis ; Schleswig-Holstein ; Soil pollution ; Soil properties ; Spatial variation ; Urban area ; Waste
  • The soil pattern of urban areas is strongly influenced by human activities. Urban soils are sinks for the aerial dispersion of pollutants and sometimes sources for environmental hazards. Therefore, the aims of this study are : to analyse
  • the properties of soils developed from anthropogenic substrates; to investigate the interrelationship of soils in different urban landscapes (inner city, outer area).
  • 1998
  • Runoff and erosion processes after a forest fire in Mount Carmel, a mediterranean area
  • Forest fire ; Israel ; Mediterranean area ; Mountain ; Rill wash ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Water erosion
  • In the mediterranean forest area of Israel, fires increase runoff and sediment yield rates relative to undisturbed forested land. This study aims to : 1) determine the rates of water runoff and sediment yield from burnt slope sites, related
  • to unburnt areas; 2) analyze the factors affecting the geomorphic processes.
  • 1998
  • Topographical thresholds for ephemeral gully initiation in intensively cultivated areas of the Mediterranean
  • Concept ; Cultivated land ; Gully erosion ; Mediterranean area ; Murcia ; Portugal ; Rill wash ; Slope gradient ; Soil erosion ; Spain ; Threshold ; Watershed
  • Ephemeral gullying is an important erosion process in Mediterranean areas. The objective of this study was to investigate to what extent one could use field measurements of S (local slope) and A (drainage-basin area) to predict the location
  • of ephemeral gully initiation in intensively cultivated Mediterranean environments. Two relatively homogeneous study areas in Southeast Spain and Northeast Portugal with widespread ephemeral gullying were selected.
  • 1998
  • Changes in commuting flows in metropolitan areas, Japan : effects of cohort size and female labour
  • The purpose of this study is to consider the changes in commuting flow in the three major metropolitan areas in Japan in terms of cohort size and female labour using longitudinal data on residential, occupational and family careers and cohort
  • 1998
  • A new classification of retail areas : a case study of Kushiro City, Hokkaido
  • Centrality ; Classification ; Hokkaido ; Japan ; Market area ; Retail trade ; Shopping centre ; Spatial structure ; Urban area
  • 1998
  • Urban redevelopment and spatial change of the central shopping area in Sakai city from the viewpoints of vertical growth
  • Honshu ; Inner city ; Japan ; Redevelopment ; Retail trade ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban development ; Urban function
  • This paper is to clarify the reorganization of retail activities and changes of the accumulation of urban core functions in Sakai City, located near the Sakai-Higashi station of the Nankai Koya line, Osaka metropolitan area. - (KA)
  • 1998
  • Applied ecology ; Ecotone ; Hungary ; Land use ; Outer conurbation area ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban fringe
  • Besides the investigations into the basic elements of the ecological spatial networks : the ecological matrix areas, corridors of barriers and also the biocores and buffer zones, the analysis of the edge-zones, the so-called ecotons
  • , is an increasingly popular topic of landscape ecology. The ecological role of the edge zones is proportional to the contrast between the ecological properties of the areas they separate. The ecological contrast is the sharpest possible round the town outskirts. - (ZK)
  • 1998
  • Women's status, environmental changes and child health in the riverine area of Ondo State, Nigeria
  • The paper uses the concept of vulnerability as a departure point from which to map the health risk to children in Igbekun area, an oil-rich coastal area of Nigeria. The paper attempts to highlight the poor quality of life and health of children
  • 1998
  • Desertification monitoring and land use optimization in the Aral Sea's area with GIS
  • Agricultural land use ; Arid area ; Asia ; Central Asia ; Desertification ; Ecosystem ; Geographical information system ; Land use ; Phenology
  • 1998