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  • The study generally shows a medium interest in geoscientific fields of subject with school boys and girls. The most interesting topics are those that are related to human beings and to life/living beings or environmental threat. Concerning special
  • learning techniques and methods of working in class there is a particular tendency towards action - oriented working methods. In their spare time youths seldom occupy with geoscientific subjects. This underlines the important role of school lessons
  • 2005
  • Consuming ethics : articulating the subjects and spaces of ethical consumption
  • 2005
  • Structuring subjectivities ? Using Q methodology in human geography
  • 2005
  • The current situation of the subject economic geography is demonstrated exemplary. A questioning of pupils, parents and teachers about their opinions stands in the centre. In the range of the analysis it becomes clear, that the reputation
  • of geography in the public opinion is substantially better than expected (feared). Especially the importance of the subject for the environmental education, the ability to orientate and to behave in the area is often mentioned by the respondents. Thus a central
  • 2005
  • Ecotourism in the north Pantanal, Brazil : regional bases and subjects for sustainable development
  • 2005
  • Stories of space and subjectivity in planning the Multimedia Super Corridor
  • 2005
  • Fonctions sociales et dimensions subjectives des espaces insulaires (à partir de l'exemple des îles du Ponant)
  • 2005
  • The publication presents the 46 papers held at the international 1st Göttingen GIS and Remote Sensing Days from october 2004. The subject areas are : environmental change, vegetation monitoring, water and climate, hazard forecasting and management
  • 2005
  • The new curriculum, which will be introduced in 2007, is system oriented and it puts regional geography back into the heart of the school subject. On three levels, the global level, South East Asia and the Dutch national level, specific problems
  • 2005
  • discours chrétien apparaît dominant. Il est difficile d'attribuer à ces cartes un statut cartographique spécifique, du fait de leur nature subjective et de la combinaison de la réalité contemporaine et de la tradition de l'ancienne Terre Sainte.
  • 2005
  • Cubic rock samples were cut from larger rocks and subjected to time-compressed climatic conditions simulating the tropical wet season climate at the Ranger Uranium Mine in the Northern Territory, Australia. It is shown that wetting and drying
  • 2005
  • areas of matrix, void spaces, skeleton grains and birefringent plasma, were used to quantify plasmic fabric information. The results showed that the current qualitative approach to plasmic fabric descriptions may be too subjective.
  • 2005
  • subjectives offrent de nouvelles perspectives au changement social. Présentation de méthodes pour analyser les images, et permettre ainsi de mieux connaître la société et la culture rurales du Royaume-Uni.
  • 2005
  • The article gives a short historic overview of the subject of the development of a jointly supported understanding of the European urban system and indicates the political setting in order to consider the results of the ESPON-project 1.1.1 later
  • 2005
  • The proceeding globalization and the resulting international locational competition has increased the public and specialized research interest in the subject metropolitan regions as well as the demand for secure empirical foundations for regional
  • 2005
  • literature on the subject the article discusses the lead question on the basis of the approach of actor-centred institutionalism. Linking the concept back to empirical findings the authors come to the conclusion that regional governance is principally
  • 2005
  • The vegetation on Tenerife today has been subjected to dramatic changes due to climatic change, to volcanic and to human activities. The essay brings to a focal point the recording of different kinds of vegetation by using methods of remote sensing
  • 2005
  • Subject of the essay is the comparison of the water chemistry of stream waters in two catchments in the upper elevations of the Westerzgebirge (Western Ore Mts.), Saxony, and of the Lysogory massif in the Gory Swietokrzyskie (Holy Cross Mts.), SE
  • 2005
  • structure was subject to considerable changes as a result of inclusion of Slovenia inth EU and implementation of the Common Agricultural Policy. However it should be considered wether the direction of development of Slovene agriculture corresponds
  • 2005
  • The aim of this study is to quantify the change in fragmentation of a large floodplain river ecosystem that has been subject to water resource development. It considers both the spatial and the temporal effects of fragmentation on the potential
  • 2005