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  • A walking pilgrimage across Spain to Santiago de Compostela
  • Cultural landscape ; Cultural studies ; Galicia ; Pilgrimage ; Religion ; Spain ; Tourism ; Town
  • Personalized account of a hiking journey on a section of the Way of St. James in northern Spain, with comments on towns visited, landscapes experienced, and people met. - (DWG)
  • Tourism and its impact in Costa del Sol, Spain
  • Andalusia ; Economic impact ; Leisure ; Seaside tourism ; Spain ; Tourism
  • Idiosyncratic remarks on the impact of tourism on the coast of southern Spain. - (DWG)
  • Spain : Europe's California
  • Agriculture ; California ; Climate ; Comparative study ; Irrigated farming ; Spain ; Teaching of geography ; Tourism ; United States of America
  • Draws parallels between Spain and California in terms of climate, agriculture and tourism. - (DWG)
  • Estremadura (Spain) ; Regional development ; Social development ; Spain ; Territorial planning
  • Tourist development in Spain : growth versus conservation on the Costa Brava
  • The changing faces of rural Spain
  • Agrarian reform disguised as the invisible hand in Franco Spain
  • A quantitative determination of a second linear league used in New Spain
  • Southeastern Spain's greenhouse landscape : plastic over sand-beds
  • Agriculture ; Almería ; Andalusia ; Rural geography ; Spain
  • , peppers, melons and cucumbers produced in this zone are consumed in Spain ; the rest are exported, especially to France and Germany. - (DWG)
  • Shoreline forms and deposits in Gallocanta Lake (NE Spain)
  • Climatic variation ; Lacustrine sediment ; Lake ; Lake level ; Quaternary ; Semi-arid area ; Shoreline ; Spain ; Zaragoza
  • This study attempts to deduce the present and past shoreline dynamics of a small shallow lake. Gallocanta Lake is located in the central Iberian Chain, NE Spain, within a typically Mediterranean semi-arid region.
  • Environmental implications of socio-économic change in se-Spain
  • Agricultural mechanization ; Agricultural retreat ; Agriculture ; Desertification ; Economic impact ; Environmental degradation ; Irrigation ; Rural change ; Social change ; Soil erosion ; Spain
  • Mineralogy of iron oxides in two soil chronosequences of Central Spain
  • The AA. show how slight differences in the pedoenvironment give contrasting iron oxide mineralogies in the soils of two geographically close river terrace sequences of central Spain.
  • Industry effects on monetary policy in Spain
  • Impact ; Industrial sector ; Industry ; Spain
  • Regional disparities in the unemployment rate : the role of the wage-setting mechanism in Spain, 1987-92
  • Enquiry ; Labour productivity ; Regional disparities ; Spain ; Unemployment ; Wage
  • Erodibility and infiltration characteristics of five major soils of southwest Spain
  • Arid area ; Comparative study ; Infiltration ; Mediterranean area ; Model ; Rainfall simulation ; Rill wash ; Soil erosion ; Soil properties ; Spain ; United States of America
  • In this study soils from the major soil orders of southern Spain, developed in 3 different parent materials, were subjected to simulated rainfall to : 1) determine interrill erodibility and infiltration characteristics of some important agricultural
  • soils of southern Spain, and 2) test empirical relationships of soil interrill erodibility developed in the USA on those soils. The hypotheses tested were : 1) interrill erodibility of soils from Spain and the USA is controlled by similar soil properties
  • , and 2) the equationsto calculate interrill erodibility in the WEPP model are applicable to the soils of Spain.
  • Representing Spain : cultural image and geographic knowledge in National Geographic’s articles on Spain (1888–1936)
  • Cultural icon ; Geographical periodical ; Historical geography ; Knowledge ; Nineteenth Century ; Spain ; Twentieth Century
  • This article analyzes the vision of Spain conveyed by National Geographic Magazine (NGM) in the period from 1888 to 1936. Firstly, it examines the connections between the type of representations typically found in NGM and the cultural stereotypes
  • that existed about Spain in the United States at the time, notions mainly rooted in the North American tradition of travel writing, as well as in US Hispanism. Secondly, it analyzes the image of Spain disseminated in NGM against the backdrop of the geo
  • -historical, political, and socio-economic context of the country in this period, a particularly important analytical step given the profound differences between Spain and the US at the time. Special attention is paid to NGM’s editorial style (much more close
  • to travel journalism than to academic geography descriptions of the country), as well as to the influence of Romantic paradigm and the importance given to Spain’s regional diversity in the image conveyed by the magazine.
  • Holiday bioclimatology : a study of Palma de Majorca, Spain
  • Baleares ; Bioclimatology ; Health ; Human bioclimatology ; Meteorology ; Spain ; Tourism
  • The roadside inn or venta: origins and early development in New Spain
  • The concept of the venta which was an overnight refuge for travelers was taken from Spain to the New World where the earliest ones were set up by Cortez on the Veracruz to Mexico City road. Careful discussion of their role, layout, functions
  • Study of paleoweathering on the Spanish Hercynian basement Montes de Toledo (Central Spain)
  • Basement ; Grain size distribution;Granulometry ; Hercynian ; Mineralogy ; Paleogeography ; Spain ; Weathering
  • Soil development indices of soils developed on fluvial terraces (Peñaranda de Bracamonte, Salamanca, Spain)
  • Chronosequence ; Fluvial terrace ; Lithology ; Pedogenesis ; Quaternary ; Salamanca ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Spain