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  • Musical work in a university town : the shifting spaces and practices of DJs in Dunedin
  • Dunedin : small, remote, musical, creative ? Shaping sounds, creating work : music retail, venues, audiences. Career prospects.
  • 2009
  • Making development work in Africa (part 2) : enhancing sustainability
  • Africa ; Agricultural practice ; Agricultural work ; Development ; Man-environment relations ; Rural area ; Rural community ; Sustainable development
  • 2009
  • Cartography ; Fieldtrip ; Pedagogy ; Practical work
  • 2009
  • of self-sufficiency as it plays out in the contxt or urban local bodies, and the working of the regulatory body in water. Changes in institutional practices are resulting in changes in subjectivities, foreclosing alternatives, and leading to attempts
  • 2009
  • contingent productions in which practice and paradigms of governance are at work. These developments involve the complex constitution of new forms of public and private that exceed coding as neoliberal.
  • 2009
  • The identification of a reliable geodynamic/tectonic model for the Italian region would be extremely useful for several practical purposes, in particular for quantifying the parameters to be used for seismic hazard assessment. In this work, the AA
  • 2009
  • France ; Practical work ; School geography ; Secondary education ; Teaching material ; Teaching of geography
  • 2009
  • Author discusses and argues with the treatise of Igor Vrišer on dilemmas of Slovene geography. This article gives additional information on the real factual situation of Slovene geography during the period of work of the third generation of Slovene
  • geographers (1945-1990). He opposes some under-documented positions of Vrišer, e.g. that Slovene geographers too often got into non-geographical fields, and little usage was made of the results of Slovene geography in everyday practical life. - (L'A.).
  • 2009
  • Although globalization is a term usually restricted to economics and the social sciences, there are aspects of the phenomenon that are intimately linked to the practice and purpose of the physical and environmental sciences and exemplified through
  • is also at work in setting contemporary scientific agendas that are focused on larger-scale issues of environment and development and environmental change, particularly in an emergent Earth System Science, and also in Sustainability Science. These global
  • agendas are not simply shared with but also co-produced by the public, politicians and commercial interests, providing both opportunities and challenges for traditional diciplines and traditional disciplinary practices such as Physical Geography.
  • 2009
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural practice ; England and Wales ; Model ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Suspended load ; United Kingdom ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • The work reported in this contribution used a novel modelling framework to assess the impact of projected change in farming by 2015 on the relative input of the agricultural sector to the total suspended sediment load delivered to all rivers across
  • 2009
  • Agricultural practice ; Agricultural product ; Hydraulic works ; Irrigation ; Mediterranean area ; Morocco ; Plain ; Sustainable development ; Territorial restructuring ; Water ; Water management ; Water resources
  • 2009
  • The work described here has sought to use cartographic methods to point out past-present differences in the nature and spatial distribution of plant communities in the Middle Vistula Valley, as well as to determine general directions
  • to the environmental transformations taking place there over the 50-year period 1949-2001. The analysis mainly reveals changes of practice as regards agricultural land-use in the valley, most especially where these have involved grasslands. Changes in plant communities
  • 2009
  • Using circular statistics to explore the geography of the journey to work
  • Australia ; Distance travelled ; Flow ; Geographical information system ; Journey to work ; Queensland ; Statistics
  • 2009
  • Work abroad before, during and after household creation. An exploration of the economic role of work migration
  • 2009
  • Places of everyday cosmopolitanisms : East European construction workers in London
  • Construction industry ; Daily life ; England ; Enquiry ; Foreign worker ; London ; Transnationalism ; United Kingdom ; Working class ; World city
  • 2009
  • Let the business cycle ! A spatial multilevel analysis of cycling to work
  • Accessibility ; Belgium ; Commuting ; Data base ; Journey to work ; Model ; Spatial organization ; Transport
  • 2009
  • Precarious work and economic migration : emerging immigrant divisions of labour in Greater London's service sector
  • Division of labour ; Employment ; England ; Foreign worker ; International migration ; London ; Service ; United Kingdom
  • 2009
  • Activism ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Impact ; Infrastructure ; Project ; Public works ; Urban economy ; Urban policy
  • Inside the industrialized society there’s a spontaneous movement, opposing the building of large public works or installations of considerable environmental impact. This movement, called NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard) has increased its visibility
  • to media level and succeeded in reviewing or even in deleting the release of such works. These opposition groups want to play their part in local government’choices. To this purpose, the decisive role of the institutional media is to correctly inform
  • 2009
  • Fuzziness of travel-to-work areas
  • 2009
  • Complex locations: women’s geographical work in the UK, 1850-1970
  • 2009