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  • D'un paysage de mine à ciel ouvert à un paysage de lac. L'aménagement de l'eau dans le district des mines de lignite d'Allemagne centrale.
  • German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Industrial district ; Lake ; Landscape ecology ; Mine ; Planned landscape ; Recreation area ; Restructuring process ; Water
  • Aire de loisir ; Allemagne ; Allemagne RDA ; District industriel ; Eau ; Ecologie du paysage ; Lac ; Mine ; Paysage aménagé ; Reconversion
  • Dénoyer les mines de lignite a été une opération préalable à la restauration paysagère du district industriel d'Allemagne centrale. Après la mise en eau, un lac de 175 km2 a ainsi servi de base nautique, de conservatoire de la nature et de réservoir
  • 2001
  • Demographic change ; Europe ; Industrial space ; Industrialization ; Mining area
  • 2001
  • Temporal occurrence of mass movements in the Bonn area
  • Geological and geomorphological patterns of the Bonn area are responsible for disposition for landsliding. The disposition was reinforced in the 19th century by mining activities, and in the 20th century by building houses on the slopes. Although
  • there is a strong human impact in the Bonn area, precipitation events are responsible for the temporal occurrence of landslides in the Bonn area, precipitation events are responsible for the temporal occurrence of landslides in the Bonn area. The amount of rainfall
  • 2001
  • Noeux-les-Mines, un cas de reterritorialisation par les loisirs
  • Abandoned industrial land ; Attendance ; Coalfield ; France ; Land use ; Leisure ; Local government ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Pas-de-Calais ; Recreation area ; Town
  • 2001
  • Boreal area ; Canada ; Ecology ; Environmental conservation ; Europe ; Forest ; Land use ; Mine ; Russia ; Scandinavia ; Tourism
  • Canada ; Ecologie ; Europe ; Forêt ; Mine ; Protection de l'environnement ; Russie ; Scandinavie ; Tourisme ; Utilisation du sol ; Zone boréale
  • 2001
  • Economic development ; Germany ; Industry ; Landscape ; Mining area ; Redevelopment ; Sustainable development ; Thuringia ; Uranium
  • 2001
  • Angola ; Congo (former Zaire) ; Economic sector ; Ethnic community ; Informal sector ; Migration ; Mine ; Social change ; Temporary migration ; Trans-border area
  • Angola ; Bana-Lunda ; Bandundu ; Changement social ; Congo (ex-Zaïre) ; Diamant ; Espace transfrontalier ; Ethnie ; Kikwit ; Migration ; Migration temporaire ; Mine ; Secteur d'activité ; Secteur informel
  • 2001
  • Employment ; France ; Housing ; Mining area ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Restructuring process ; Socio-economic system ; Spatial organization ; Urban settlement
  • 2001
  • Community ; Deindustrialization ; Europe ; Foreign worker ; Globalization ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Mining area ; Regional geography
  • 2001
  • Belgium ; Demographic change ; Demography ; Hainaut ; Industrialization ; Living conditions ; Mining area ; Mortality
  • 2001
  • Brandenburg ; Conflict ; Geopolitics ; Germany ; Lignite ; Mining area ; Political geography ; Post-modernism
  • 2001
  • Belgium ; Comparative study ; Demographic change ; Demographic structure ; Depopulation ; France ; Liège ; Mining area ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Population ; Population ageing ; Working population
  • 2001
  • Decision making process ; Economic history ; France ; Industrialization ; Mining area ; Nord-Pas-de-Calais ; Redevelopment ; Regional development ; Restructuring process ; Sustainable development
  • 2001
  • Problem areas in Poland's agriculture
  • In the A.'s opinion an agricultural problem area is characterised by an accumulation of negative socioeconomic and (or) natural phenomena handicapping it in comparison with agricultural areas of characteristics average for the country, and weakening
  • of large areas of land and a lack of interest in farm enlargement. A division of agricultural problem areas into 4 types may be proposed. These areas are concentrated in just a few regions of Poland. - (BJ)
  • 2001
  • Modelling high-density crime areas in English cities
  • Behaviour ; Criminality ; Deprivation ; England ; Geographical information system ; Police ; Public order ; Spatial analysis ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban society
  • A sample of metropolitan police forces was asked to identify the location of their high-intensity crime areas. This paper reports the results of a GIS-based spatial analysis to try and model the location of these areas using census data. The model
  • suggests that these areas are characterised by populations that are deprived and live at high density, and by higher levels of population turnover.
  • 2001
  • Nature on the doorstep. The relationship between protected natural areas and residential activity in the European countryside
  • Enquiry ; Household behaviour ; Nature conservation ; Netherlands (The) ; Protected area ; Quality of life ; Residential choice ; Residential environment ; Rural area ; Satisfaction ; Spain ; United Kingdom
  • The main objective of this study is to gain insight into the ability of protected areas to attract new residential activity and in the role they play in the enhancement of the quality of life of local rural residents. The presence of a protected
  • natural area or the quality of the physical environment are important reasons to select such an area as a new place to live. The explanation of the overall strong appreication of protected nature in the residential environment should be sought
  • in the notion that nature contributes to the quality of the living environement and to the personal quality of life. The case stydy areas are located in The Netherlands, the United Kingdom and Spain. - (AGD)
  • 2001
  • Geographical aspect of rural areas transformation in Slovenia
  • Agriculture ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Slovenia ; Sustainable development
  • 2001
  • A method for assessing their relative importance is developed here, based on soil richness-area relationships. A power function relating the number of samples and the number of soil types is a good description of the richness-area relationship
  • for an eastern North Carolina study area. This case study shows that intrinsic variability within homogeneous landscape units is more important in determining the total pedodiversity of the study area than is the extrinsic variability associated with measurable
  • 2001
  • Aeolian features ; Andes ; Argentina ; Arid area ; Basalt ; Holocene ; Mountain ; Semi-arid area ; Volcanic ash ; Wind erosion
  • The aim of this paper is to report on yardangs in the Payun Matru Volcanic Field, a semiarid area east of the southern Andes mountains, and to analyse the geomorphic fators for their formation, and their relationship to the upper Pleistocene
  • and Holocene lava flow events in the area. The yardang development is explained by the strong unidirectional winds, the poor vegetational cover due to the aridity of the region, the available quartz sand and volcanic ash particles as abrasive agents
  • 2001
  • On coordinated development of oasis and environment in arid area
  • Arid area ; Ecosystem ; Environmental management ; Oasis ; Sustainable development ; Vulnerability ; Water resources
  • to the development of economy and environment of oasis in arid area should depend upon the establishment of an oasis ecological and economic system, which suits the arid environment and promotes the efficiency of resource configuration, stabilizes economic increment
  • 2001