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  • Fostering the development of European regions : a spatial dynamic panel data analysis of the impact of cohesion policy
  • Convergence ; Economic development ; Europe ; European Union ; Grant ; Gross domestic product ; Growth model ; Regional development ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial dynamics
  • This paper uses a conditional–convergence econometric model to investigate whether cohesion policy affects European economies. Its main contribution is to consider both spatial and temporal dynamics in assessing the impact of European cohesion
  • policy. The results suggest that Objective 1 programmes have a direct effect on regional gross domestic product per capita growth rates, whereas total Structural Funds do not. Moreover, consideration of the spatial dimension of the panel brings to light
  • 2013
  • Based on cropland dynamic data from 2000 to 2008 primarily derived from satellite images with a 30-m resolution and satellite-based net primary productivity models, the AA. identified the impacts on agricultural productivity caused by ecological
  • restoration program (ERP), including Grain for Green Program (GFGP) and Reclaimed Cropland to Lake (RCTL) Program. The agricultural productivity loss from 2000–2008 caused by ERP was more attributed to GFGP (about 70%) than RCTL. Although ERP had a certain
  • 2013
  • Growth dynamic of retail locations : a methodological approach using a logistic model
  • 2013
  • [b1] Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Department of Urbanism, Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Planning, Bresil
  • ) 2013 Programme. This project had a number of overarching goals : 1) creation of a cohesive methodology for the analysis of land use in different regions of the European Union, based on data from a variety of sources and utilizing a variety of spatial
  • , their dynamics and underlying conditions ; 3) identify the main problems and challenges in terms of land use in different territories and regions as well as to identify remediating steps and offer recommendations that would help us resolve these problems. – (BJ)
  • 2013
  • Dans ce numéro, les AA. ana1ysent le genre, les institutions et les transformations rurales en Amérique latine au travers des articles suivants : 1-Translocality and gender dynamics : the Pareja and the Thakhi system in Bolivia ; 2-Social norms
  • Peruvian Andes ; 5-The gendered reading of conditionality in antipoverty programmes : unintended effects on mexican rural households' interactions with public health institutions.
  • 2013
  • Aeolian deposit ; Alluvial cone ; Arid area ; Ecological niche ; Ephemeral stream ; Flash flood ; Nevada ; Relative dating ; Sediment transport ; Sedimentation ; United States of America ; Varnish ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • 2013
  • [b2] Gonzales-Stoller Surveillance, LLC - Environmental Surveillance, Education and Research Program, Idaho Falls, Etats-Unis
  • Species origins, dispersal, and island vegetation dynamics in the South Pacific
  • Biodiversity ; Biogeography ; Biota ; Flora ; Geology ; Habitat ; Island ; Plant species ; Tonga ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • This article analyses species origins, dispersal, and island vegetation dynamics of the Kingdom of Tonga in the South Pacific. It demonstrates that species–area relationships are significant for all plant species and for ancient and modern
  • 2013
  • The big world in the small : layered dynamics of meaning-making in the everyday
  • and geographers but also for planners. The framework proposed here is a range of dynamic and emergent layers that let us understand the complexity of what neighborhoods are really for: as the sites where individual and place meanings are made through a reciprocal
  • dynamic process.
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  • Biogeography ; Canary Islands ; Forest ; Human impact ; Land use ; Landscape dynamics ; National park ; Subtropical zone ; Vegetation dynamics
  • of its dynamics. This study explains the key patterns of spontaneous dynamics in the Canarian laurel forest to enrich the understanding of this forest and its landscape, while highlighting the importance of human activity as the catalyst for its current
  • vigorous dynamics.
  • 2013
  • Urban infrastructure dynamics : market regulation and the shaping of district energy in UK cities
  • scale. It proposes that regulation needs to evolve from its traditional emphasis on promoting competition and short-term efficiencies towards a more dynamic model which is open to alternative logics and low-carbon transition pathways.
  • 2013
  • The use of dynamic global vegetation models for simulating hydrology and the potential integration of satellite observations
  • Biogeography ; Climatic change ; Global change ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Model ; Remote sensing ; Runoff ; Simulation ; Uncertainty ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics ; Water cycle ; Watershed
  • Dynamic global vegetation models (DGVMs )are discussed and comparisons of model inputs and formulations are made among and between DGVMs and global hydrological models. It is shown that the configuration of process representations and data inputs
  • 2013
  • Tropical rock coasts : Cliff, notch and platform erosion dynamics
  • . A consideration of temporal variations in intertidal erosion rates provides insights into the potential impacts of climate change on the erosion dynamics of rock coasts in the tropics. This paper highlights some of the interactions over time and space between
  • process and measurement that continue to limit our understanding of, and ability to model, the erosion dynamics of tropical rock coasts. It concludes by identifying potentially fruitful areas for future research.
  • 2013
  • Control of climate and local topography on dynamic evolution of badland from southern Italy (Calabria)
  • Badland ; Calabria ; Clay ; Italy ; Mediterranean climate ; Micromorphology ; Multivariate analysis ; Precipitation ; Slope dynamics ; Slope gradient ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Water erosion
  • responsible for dynamic evolution of the study area. The rainfall quantity coupled with topography has to be considered as the main control factor inducing changes in the physical–chemical–mineralogical parameters.
  • 2013
  • Spatio-temporal dynamics of vegetation coverage and its relationship with climate factors in Inner Mongolia, China
  • China ; Climate ; Correlation ; Forest ; Grassland ; Inner Mongolia ; Plant cover ; Precipitation ; Space time ; Temperature ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics ; Vegetation index
  • The vegetation coverage dynamics and its relationship with climate factors on different spatial and temporal scales in Inner Mongolia during 2001–2010 were analyzed based on MODIS-NDVI data and climate data. The results indicated that vegetation
  • 2013
  • Measurement and modeling of moisture content above an oscillating water table : implications for beach surface moisture dynamics
  • This study examined the influence of tidally-induced oscillations of the beach water table in regulating beach surface moisture dynamics. Laboratory experiments were conducted to assess the influence of hysteresis and transient flow effects
  • influence on moisture content dynamics. Additionally, an assessment of the accuracy of hysteretic and non-hysteretic models to predict the measured moisture contents demonstrated that hysteretic simulations consistently provide a better representation
  • 2013
  • Vegetation dynamics on eroding to accreting beach-foredune systems, Florida panhandle
  • Biodiversity ; Coastal deposit ; Coastal environment ; Dune ; Earth surface processes ; Erosion ; Erosion rate ; Florida ; United States of America ; Vegetation ; Vegetation dynamics
  • , diversity, profile similarities, and the use of ecological indices can provide excellent proxy evidence of shoreline dynamics, and in particular the degree of beach erosion and accretion.
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  • Snow cornice dynamics as a control on plateau edge erosion in central Svalbard
  • Snow cornices grow extensively on leeward edges of plateau mountains in central Svalbard. Seasonal snow cornice dynamics control bedrock weathering and erosion in sedimentary bedrock on the Gruvefjellet plateau edge in the valley Longyeardalen. Air
  • , snow and ground temperature sensors, as well as automatic time-lapse cameras on a leeward facing plateau edge were used to study seasonal cornice dynamics. These techniques allowed for monitoring of cornice accretion, deformation and collapse/melting
  • 2013
  • Monitoring considerations for a dynamic dune restoration project : Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, British Columbia, Canada.
  • In this paper, a brief review of key terms and concepts used in the emerging field of dynamic dune restoration is provided and expanded upon with respect to geomorphologic considerations. A case study of a recent dynamic restoration effort
  • 2013
  • lifespan) and long (multiple lichen lifespans) timescales. The models suggest that the microscale biogeomorphological system of lichen-rock interaction is underpinned by non-linear dynamical system theory as it exhibits dynamical instability
  • 2013
  • Accessibility ; France ; Multi-agent system ; Simulation ; Spatial interaction ; Urban area ; Urban dynamics ; Urban network ; Urban system
  • This article analyses the theoretical principles in interurban simulation models. To this end, it compares models made of systems of differential equations multi-agent models designed to simulating the differentiated dynamics of urban entities over
  • 2013