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  • The natural environment and its place in physical planning can be approached in a variety of ways. In an extreme case, the environment can be treated as the subject matter of a plan. Alternatively, it can be one of the elements constituting
  • the subject of planning. It can be treated as material defining the spatial framework of development, or as its factor and limitation. The way of approach depends primarily on how we understand the nature-man relationship, and what model of the operation
  • of nature and man. These assumptions can underlie various approaches to the environment ; their elucidation is the subject matter of the present paper. - (BJ)
  • 2001
  • Illegitimate subjects ?: abject whites, neoliberal modernisation, and middle-class multiculturalism
  • 2001
  • The paper deals with the following subjects : 1. The transition agenda in agriculture 2. Ownership and transferability of land 3. Farm organisation and farming structure 4. Reforms, policy environment and agricultural performance. - (MT)
  • 2001
  • The paper deals with the following subjects : 1. Air-directing tracks relevant to the urban climate - definitions 2. Requirements concerning the air-directing tracks relevant to the urban climate 3. Realization of the GIS-based mapping-technique
  • 2001
  • The paper deals with the following subjects : 1. Ambiguous facts, unsatisfactory explanations 2. Problems in the definition of agricultural intensification 3. Patterns of agricultural development. - (MT)
  • 2001
  • In 1642 the English Parliament proposed to finance the pacification of Ireland by rewarding investors with allotments of confiscated Irish land. This project was the subject of a letter from Delamain to Mandeville, recently acquired by the British
  • 2001
  • , this paper draws from the governmentality literature to show new forms of economic governance can be conceptualised as an assemblage of spaces, subjects, strategies, and numbers. It is argued that far from being a new reality globalisation is a governmental
  • 2001
  • on the examples of different quarters or neighbourhoods in Budapest. As author argues, it would be reasonable to pay more attention to the hardly measurable subjective factors of this relationship since functional space should be shaped increasingly by human
  • 2001
  • on the subject of the postmodern and cultural turns, the emphasis on philosophical and theoretical issues rather than on practical social research, the retreat from rigorous empirical work, and the lack of political commitment. The article makes a plea for a new
  • 2001
  • Medical geography in Italy is a relatively young disciplinary branch in comparison with other countries. The A. examines the scientific production realized from Italian geographers on the subjects of health and health care, through the critical
  • 2001
  • Particular attention is paid to the writings of James Watt on the subject of patent law. Patents were the clearest example of allocating ownership of intangible varieties of property : manufacturers argued that their welfare and national prosperity
  • 2001
  • 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
  • 2001
  • and a soil developed on silt loam, were selected and subjected to a series of simulated rainstorms using demineralized water and tap water. The hydrological response (infiltration, runoff), the physical degradation (soil surface roughness change and top-soil
  • 2001
  • La présence chinoise dans la région de Primorje : aspects régionaux. Impressions d'un voyage d'étude en Extrême-Orient associées à des remarques subjectives en géopolitique.
  • 2001
  • The study is a comparative analysis of agriculture in Poland and Bulgaria during the period of transition (198-1999). Subject to the analysis were changes which occurred in agriculture and its environment in both countries as a result of the change
  • 2001
  • Different dating methods for mass movements used by researchers of the MABIS-Project are presented and evaluated. Due to subjective criteria, and because of different geologic and petrographic conditions, problems remain with a classification based
  • 2001
  • to assess the geomorphic importance of wildfire. These rates can then be utilized to model long-term landscape evolution in steep mountainous areas that are prone to wildfire and subject to intense rainfall.
  • 2001
  • The waters off northern Iceland are subjected to extreme hydrographic variability on annual to decadal timescales. In years when cold low-salinity water moves coastward and sea ice is prevalent (i.e., the late 1960s), marine productivity of surface
  • 2001
  • The Pleistocene sedimentary succession around the north Hyblean Mountain margin is dominated by three carbonate units, which are the subjects of this study. The region was selected for study because of the high rate of post-depositional uplift which
  • 2001
  • fermeture des industries et la baisse des emplois agricoles, la diminution des infrastructures (crêches, écoles maternelles et primaires). Cette étude s'intéresse aux perceptions subjectives des habitants et à la marge de manoeuvre des décideurs et des
  • 2001