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  • Czech Silesia : a periphery of the Czech state
  • Czech Republic ; Mental map ; Region ; Silesia
  • The Czech Republic consists of three historical provinces : Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia. While the first and second of these are well known, to the point where their existences in the minds of their inhabitants are not under discussion
  • as in every locality in which an industrial transformation has taken place. The position of Czech Silesia in the minds of its inhabitants was mapped in the form of mental maps several years ago at the university of Ostrava. Now, the considerations regarding
  • the different status has been used as a measure of the peripheral character of Czech Silesia. - (BJ)
  • Czech Republic ; Geomorphology ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Quaternary ; Silesia
  • The landforms of the Osoblaha Lowland in Silesia are described. Major relief features in this area are developed in permafrost conditions during the Late Pleistocene in the end of the Weichselian period. - (MS)
  • Mining and hydrological transformations in Upper Silesia from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century
  • Drainage network ; Eighteenth Century ; Fifteenth Century ; Hydrology ; Impact ; Mine ; Mining activity ; Nineteenth Century ; Poland ; Reservoir ; Seventeenth Century ; Silesia ; Sixteenth Century
  • Silesia - from region of conflict to zone of piece
  • Europe ; Frontier ; Frontier region ; Geopolitics ; Minority ; Poland ; Silesia ; Trans-border area
  • The general mental map of Czech Silesia was drawn on the basis of individual respondents maps. It shows the care, domain and peripheral areas of Silesia in the minds of its inhabitants. The method was combined with interviews aimed at establishing
  • Economy ; Municipality ; Poland ; Silesia ; Wrocław
  • The paper presents communes of Kobierzyce and Długołęka, situated near Wrocław, as an example of areas which achieved the greatest economic success in the Lower Silesia region. This success is demonstrated by the number of economic entities located
  • D'une frontière déchirée à une frontière réconciliée : la partition de Teschen et l'eurorégion Cieszyn Silesia (République tchèque - Pologne)
  • Administration ; Cieszyn Silesia ; Coopération ; Découpage administratif ; Espace transfrontalier ; Europe ; Eurorégion ; Flux ; Frontière ; Géographie politique ; Partition ; Pologne ; Tchèque république
  • Silesia s'inscrit dans la perspective de l'élargissement à l'est de l'Union européenne. Cieszyn Silesia est analysée dans le cadre d'une théorie générale des Eurorégions et de l'administration transfrontalière.
  • Tourist farms in Lower Silesia, Poland
  • Attendance ; Credit ; Diversification ; Living standard ; Nature park ; Poland ; Rural tourism ; Silesia ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities
  • Local responses to changed circumstances : coalmining in the market economy in Upper Silesia, Poland
  • Coal ; Coalfield ; Environmental conservation ; Industrial production ; Industrial restructuring ; Industry ; Market economy ; Mine ; Poland ; Silesia ; Socialism ; Technical progress
  • Farm ; Income ; Poland ; Rural economy ; Silesia ; Tourism
  • of non-agricultural activity has more and more proponents in lower Silesia because it offers farmers an additional source of income. In conclusion it was said that the greatest chance for agrotourism development in lower Silesia is its international
  • Aeolian processes on Turawskie Lake (Silesia Lowland, Southwestern Poland) : a field experiment
  • Problems of protecting the natural environment against the background of the economic development of Lower Silesia
  • Cultural landscape ; Identity ; Katowice ; Poland ; Town ; Upper Silesia ; Urban development ; Urban history
  • Alta Silesia ; Ciudad ; Desarrollo urbano ; Historia urbana ; Identidad ; Paisaje cultural ; Polonia
  • Administrative unit ; Czech Republic ; District ; Local government ; Regional geography ; Saxony ; Silesia ; Západočeský
  • of the reform. The comparison with the achieved results of the territorial division in the saxony and Lover-Sillesia is emphasized.
  • Human impact ; Industrial region ; Meteorology ; Poland ; Precipitation ; Silesia
  • [b1] University of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Pologne
  • Urbanization of the Upper Silesia and Cracow voivodship countryside and the socio-professional stratification of population in Transformation of rural areas.
  • Agglomeration ; Conurbation ; Firm concentration ; Industrialization ; Katowice ; Poland ; Post-communism ; Spatial differentiation ; Tertiary sector ; Town ; Upper Silesia ; Urban structure
  • Aglomeración ; Alta Silesia ; Ciudad ; Concentración de empresas ; Conurbación ; Diferenciación espacial ; Estructura urbana ; Industrialización ; Polonia ; Poscomunismo ; Sector terciario
  • Block of flats ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Katowice ; Poland ; Quality of life ; Rehabilitation ; Social polarization ; Upper Silesia ; Urban geography
  • Alta Silesia ; Calidad de la vida ; Geografía urbana ; Parcelación ; Polonia ; Rehabilitación ; Vivienda ; Vivienda colectiva
  • An attempt to dendroclimatic reconstruction of winter temperature based on multispecies tree-ring widths and extreme years chronologies (example of Upper Silesia, Southern Poland)
  • Landscape esthetics ; Landscape evaluation ; Motorway ; Poland ; Road ; Road transport ; Scenic value ; Silesia ; Visibility
  • [b1] Faculty of Earth Sciences, Univ. of Silesia, Sosnowiec, Pologne