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  • Hungary ; Settlement system ; Theoretical geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Tibor Mendöl was founder of the Hungarian settlement geography and professor of Budapest University in the middle of the 20th century. He did research about the internal functional and morphological structure of Hungarian towns, and the development
  • of the national settlement system. This paper provides an overview about his life - work and impact on the development of Hungarian geography in the 20th century. - (JS)
  • 2005
  • Economic development ; Hungary ; Plain ; Rural centre ; Settlement ; Social development
  • Agrarian towns are dominant elements of the settlement system on the Great Hungarian Plain. In this study, A. discusses the main features of the so-called Great Plain development paths which resulted a settlement system completely different from
  • other parts of Hungary, due to the peculiarities of the economic and social development of the region. In the analysis early works of Mendöl and other well-known settlement geographers are reviewed and extended. - (JS)
  • 2005
  • Data ; Data collection ; Data processing ; Hungary ; Settlement ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology
  • The study focuses on some problems of settlements geographical and morphological investigations deemed important. An attempt is made to outline directions in the development of empirical data collection and systematization in Hungarian settlement
  • 2005
  • Colonization ; Cultural landscape ; Germany ; Saxony-Anhalt ; Settlement ; Settlement history
  • During the thirty years of war settlements were heavily destroyed in the region. Many of them were completely deserted for a time or had least lost the greatest part of their population. Almost all settlements were built up again, but it took about
  • 2005
  • Relation between heat island intensity and city size indices/urban canopy characteristics in settlements of Nagano Basin, Japan
  • This paper demonstrates the relation between the heat island intensity and city size indices/urban canopy characteristics. This is accomplished by analyzing the data at 6 settlements on the Nagano basin. The AA. used population density, area
  • in Japanese settlements.
  • 2005
  • Danube ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Land use ; Man-environment relations ; Roman era ; Settlement ; Water economics
  • The study deals with the topic in a historitical context examining the part of the paper deals with the questions of water regulation and human impact is demonstrated by analysing the relationship between environmental conditions and settlement
  • 2005
  • Environmental change and its impacts on human settlement in the Yangtze Delta, P.R. China
  • In this paper, numerous C 14 dates for peat, shell ridges, buried trees, and Neolithic cultural sites are used to evaluate possible connections between human settlements and climatic change. The dates are all taken from published papers
  • 2005
  • Coastal environment ; Coastal sedimentation ; Delta ; Geoarchaeology ; Harbour ; Landscape dynamics ; Morphometry ; Sedimentology ; Settlement history ; Turkey
  • desertion of the settlements. The thesis investigates these processes of settlement history and landscape evolution. - (IFL)
  • 2005
  • The approaches of regional plans for the quantitative control of the further growth of settlement areas are usually based on planning elements related to settlement structure. Additionally, however, control impacts can be reached with the set
  • interests. Particularly the planning element regional green belt is suitable to influence settlement development effectively. - (IFL)
  • 2005
  • Flood ; Habitat ; Housing ; Hungary ; Impact ; Rural settlement ; Stream ; Village
  • The present study is an attempt to outline the role of natural factors (with a special reference to floods) played in the emergence and evolution of settlement network as a whole and in the variation of the pattern of built-up areas within
  • the individual settlements. A common feature of the five sample villages selected is that they had been damaged considerably during some of the great floods of the past decades. The conclusion of the investigation is that the safety of the Upper Tisza Region from
  • 2005
  • Hungary ; Settlement ; Town ; Urban ecology ; Urban model ; Urban morphology
  • settlements. Mendöl named this famous and often debated method functional-morphology. In this system small scale functional elements were classified and amalgamated into functional groupes, which constitued the different urban zones within cities. Linking
  • urban morphology and functional pattern with the paradigm of human ecology was a revolutionary step forward in settlement geography. - (JS)
  • 2005
  • In situ measurements of sediment settling characteristics in floodplains using a LISST-ST
  • in The Netherlands. The AA. compare the measurement results of the LISST-ST with other sensors and manual samples. They present results on floc sizes, SSCs, settling velocities and sedimentation fluxes and discuss their relations with discharge and river
  • 2005
  • The world settles in : Washington, DC, as an immigrant gateway
  • Assimilation ; Ethnic community ; Immigrants ; Residential choice ; Settlement ; Spatial distribution ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban immigration ; Washington D.C.
  • 2005
  • On squatters, settlers and early surveyors : historical development of country road reserves in southern New South Wales
  • Australia ; Countryside ; Land ; Land use ; New South Wales ; Road ; Road network ; Rural landscape ; Settlement history ; Survey
  • 2005
  • Hungary ; Methodology ; Settlement ; Spatial structure ; Theoretical geography ; Urban function ; Urban morphology
  • This study reviews the aims, methods and trends of settlement geography focusing on the internal structures of settlements in Hungary. The theoretical and methodological development of the discipline streches from morphological predominance
  • 2005
  • Human settlement and coastal change in Gaza since the Bronze Age
  • 2005
  • Economy ; Floodplain ; Hungary ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Settlement ; Statistics ; Topographic map
  • The main aim this paper is to reveal the hydrological impacts on the social and economic processes over the Dráva flood plain. AA. demonstrate how water regime and the micro relief have been influencing the economic and settlement relations
  • 2005
  • Asians in America's suburbs : patterns and consequences of settlement
  • 2005
  • Bolivia ; Informal settlement ; Interannual variability ; La Paz ; Landslide ; Natural hazards ; Precipitation ; Slope gradient ; Soil moisture ; Urban settlement ; Vulnerability
  • 2005
  • Asian part of Russia ; Industrialization ; Land development ; Settlement ; Settlement system ; Topology ; Tyumen ; West Siberia
  • 2005