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  • Wohnen - Wunsch und Wirklichkeit. Subjective Prioritäten und subjective Defizite als Beitrag zur Wohnungsmarktbeobachtung
  • 1999
  • Consumer subjectivity, space, and advertising research
  • 1999
  • The subject of the studies are these agricultural problem areas in Poland. The first part reviews the concepts and main thrusts of research, against the background of the subject literature, as well as the empirical results obtained. The second part
  • 1999
  • L'évaluation subjective de l'environnement spatial par les chefs d'entreprise
  • The objective of this research is to acquire knowledge of the subjective rating of locational environments by entrepreneurs, in order to extend behavioural location theory and to support government policy in this field. The research was carried out
  • 1999
  • Maps are authoritative images which have traditionally been viewed either as objective, rational representations of reality or as subjective tools of propaganda. Recently a body of literature has suggested a series of layers of ideology which need
  • 1999
  • This paper aims to analyze the relationships between social subject and space in Toyama City, Japan. - (KA)
  • 1999
  • A total of 21 different types of British and European Mesozoic limestones have been subjected to simulated salt weathering using sodium sulphate with the following aims : assessment of the relative durabilities of different types of limestone
  • 1999
  • . The mineralogical nature of a newly formed product depends mainly on the intensity of the leaching to which the profile is subjected, which is influenced by the rainfall in the area where they are found, as well as the size of existing voids in the material.
  • 1999
  • Sediment that is transported fluvially is subject to the processes of sorting, abrasion and breakage. As part of a study to determine the dominant sources of sediment in Tarago Reservoir, southeastern Victoria, Australia, the effects
  • 1999
  • This study aims to detect the youngest surface ruptures in the southern Arava Valley and to subject them to paleoseismologic analysis in order to further constrain the recurrence intervals and magnitudes of prehistoric earthquakes in this region
  • 1999
  • at which a dramatic change in the climate system will occur over just a decade or two, as a result of seemingly innocuous trigger. The evidence for dramatic past changes on the timescales of centuries to decades will be the subject of this review.
  • 1999
  • In Wadi Tharad the groundwater has been subjected to hydrochemical study to identify the process (s) that led to the formation of relatively highly saline water in shallow alluvial aquifer. The chemical analyses results show that the groundwater
  • 1999
  • Analyse de l'espace urbain de la Martinique à travers l'oeuvre du romancier Raphaël Confiant, pour qui la ville est souvent le lieu d'action de ses personnages. Cette description subjective de la ville permet d'avoir un élément de repère quasi
  • 1999
  • are likely to provide a large amount of information on within-year and between-year changes of surface topography and are not subject to the errors in mass balance calculations which arise from probing snow depths along selected profiles. Kinematic GPS
  • 1999
  • approches permet d'apprécier le rôle du site de la ville, mis aussi des fonctions urbaines qu'elle assure (transport, logement). Existence de certains écarts entre mesure objective et évaluation subjective. Mise en évidence de degrés de satisfaction variés
  • 1999
  • independent methods that can be used to define quantitatively the function of soil production for a study site in Northern California. The results suggest that the study site has been subjected to a wave of incision and varying intensities of erosion because
  • 1999
  • , fluvial erosion, and palsas. Solutions to these problems include removal of frost sensible materials and replacement by more favorable sediments. Road surfaces, kept snow-free in the wintertime, are subjected to deep freezing. Some examples of how road
  • 1999