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  • Canada ; Community ; Employment ; England ; Ethnic minority ; Foreign worker ; France ; Labour market ; Labour migration ; Social geography ; Social network ; Spain ; Sub-contracting ; Trade union ; United Kingdom
  • 2012
  • Education ; Employment ; Gender ; Georgia (USA) ; Industry ; Labour market ; Professional qualification ; Service ; Sub-contracting ; Typology ; United States of America ; Working conditions
  • 2012
  • Division of labour ; Globalization ; Industry ; Innovation ; Italy ; Northern Italy ; Productivity ; Regional analysis ; Regional development ; Regional economy ; Southern Italy ; Sub-contracting ; Value chain
  • 2012
  • Diverging pathways : young female employment and entrepreneurship in sub-Saharan Africa
  • The paper focuses on two of the main trades with young women in sub-Saharan have typically entered : hair-dressing and dressmaking. Through drawing on a qualitative case study of hairdressers and seam-stresses in Ghana, it is shown how the two
  • 2012
  • Alpine Convention, international contract for protection of the Alps, represents a framework for sustainable development in the Alps. However, success of this contract depends on implementation on local level, where spatial policies face local
  • 2012
  • Climate triggers : rainfall anomalies, vulnerability and communal conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Les AA. analysent l’impact des anomalies pluviométriques sur la vulnérabilité et les conflits communautaires en Afrique sub-saharienne. Les résultats suggèrent que d’importantes déviations pluviométriques sont associées à une probabilité plus élevée
  • 2012
  • This article offers an analysis of levels of socioeconomic development and their differentiation in Poland’s sub-regions. Level of development is considered by reference to two aspects and dimensions, i.e. level of economic development and standard
  • of living. One- and two-dimensional classifications obtained for the sub-regions then represent a basis for analysing the relationships between standard of living and the level of economic development. Also studied was the role urbanisation plays in shaping
  • and differentiating the relationship in question at sub-regional level. Conclusions for regional policy in Poland are then drawn on the basis of the results obtained. – (BJ)
  • 2012
  • To assess the role of thermal contraction-crack polygons (sublimation polygons) in modulating sublimation of buried glacier ice in Antarctica, the AA. applied a 2D numerical model using COMSOL Multiphysics that calculates the rate and spatial
  • variability of vapour diffusion through porous media. Specifically, they examined vapour transport through Granite drift, a dry supraglacial till marked with thermal contraction-crack polygons that rests on glacier ice reportedly >8-million years in age
  • 2012
  • Contracts and learning in complex urban projects
  • 2012
  • and the Toudaoguai station of the upper Yellow River in 1952-2007. The mean annual SSDs in 4 sub-reaches (Qingtongxia-Shizuishan, Shizuishan-Bayangaole, Bayangaole-Sanhuhekou, and Sanhuhekou-Toudaoguai) were calculated and analyzed for different periods. Results
  • suggested that SSD was mainly accumulated in 1952-1959 before major reservoirs were constructed and in 1986-2007 after 3 major reservoirs (Qingtongxia, Liujiaxia and Longyangxia) were constructed in the main stream. During 1960-1985, all sub-reaches except
  • the Shizuishan-Bayangaole sub-reach experienced channel erosion. Although climate change may play some roles, the changes in SSD were mainly influenced by human activities. Water and soil conservation and reservoir operations are the main factors.
  • 2012
  • of the high Agri Valley. The geological evolution of the Agri Valley is essentially related to the Pleistocene extensional and strike-slip tectonics, overprinting older Apennine contractional structures. The geological formations recognized in the study area
  • 2012
  • zoning, urban growth boundaries, maximum square footage limits, maximum building permit restrictions, minimum person per room controls, and impact fees contract the urban area.
  • 2012
  • The indirect impact of encroaching trees on gully extension : A 64 year study in a sub-humid grassland of South Africa
  • and subsurface processes occur in this sub-humid grassland and that trees can be indirectly associated with increased gully erosion.
  • 2012
  • Functional polycentricity : examining metropolitan spatial structure through the connectivity of urban sub-centres
  • 2012
  • The impacts of transport accessibility on population change across rural, suburban and urban areas : a case study of Wisconsin at sub-county levels
  • 2012
  • at river outlets in this semi-arid drainage basin of Iran. The DOC concentrations increased with the proportion of agricultural land in the sub-catchment. Forward stepwise general regression models revealed that surface water DOC concentration and flux were
  • explained by season (classification effect) and increased with increasing soil organic carbon content of the sub-catchment and discharge per unit area. This suggests that DOC concentrations and fluxes are controlled by land use and characteristics
  • 2012
  • This approach is based on a new concept of spatial scale, sub-watershed area (SWA), defined as a sub-watershed within which all eroded soils are transported out without deposition during a hydrological event. Using (rainfall) event data collected
  • 2012
  • . This contraction resulted in antiforms of sedimentary beds and the crystalline basement, and large basement-cored antiforms were formed. The Miocene sedimentation took place over an irregular floor with offsets delimited by normal faults. The most significant step
  • 2012
  • factors in determining benthic foraminiferal distribution patterns. An interesting feature is the nearshore contraction of the depth gradient determining the shallower distribution of several larger foraminiferal species, as evidenced by the depth ranges
  • 2012
  • The aim of this study is to determine whether or not polygonal thermal-contraction-crack networks actually regularise as they evolve. Spatial point pattern analysis (SPPA), which can quantify overall network geometries based on the randomness
  • 2012