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  • Holocene sediment dynamics in the vicinity of a Roman battlefield near Osnabrück (NW-Germany)
  • Climatic signals in geomorphological systems
  • Absolute dating ; Colluvium ; Geoarchaeology ; Geographical information system ; Germany ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Landscape dynamics ; Model ; Niedersachsen ; Quaternary ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion
  • Action anthropique ; Allemagne ; Bilan sédimentaire ; Colluvions ; Datation absolue ; Dynamique du paysage ; Erosion des sols ; Géoarchéologie ; Holocène ; Modèle ; Niedersachsen ; Quaternaire ; Système d'information géographique
  • The interpretation of the Holocene sediment dynamics at Mount Kalkriese in the Wiehengebirge mountains (northwestern Germany) shows that the onset and the extent of human land use corresponds well with most colluvial archives in Central European
  • 2014
  • Michel Foucault and the smart city: power dynamics inherent in contemporary governing through code
  • Drawing upon Michel Foucault’s approach to power and governmentality, this paper explores the internal logics and dynamics of software-mediated techniques used to regulate and manage urban systems. Empirically, it investigates two high-profile pilot
  • 2014
  • Large wood budget and transport dynamics on a large river using radio telemetry
  • This study used 290 radio frequency identification tagged (RFID)large wood (LW) and 54 metal (aluminum) tagged LW, to quantify the percent of in-channel LW that moves per year and what variables play a role in LW transport dynamics. The high rate
  • of transport and distance traveled is likely due to the lack of interaction between LW floating in the channel and the channel boundaries, caused primarily by the width of the channel relative to length of the LW. LW transport and logjam dynamics
  • , and export out of system) and another 16% of the population moving within the system.
  • 2014
  • Bibliography ; Climatic change ; Climatic warming ; Drainage ; Glacier ; Glacier dynamics ; Greenland ; Hydrology ; Ice sheet ; Meltwater ; Polar region ; Proglacial features ; Sea level ; Surface water ; The 2000's
  • to the ocean. With continued efforts targeting both process-level and systems analysis of the hydrologic system, the larger picture of how future changes in Greenland hydrology will affect ice sheet glacier dynamics and ultimately global sea level rise can
  • 2014
  • Space–time dynamics of crime in transport nodes
  • Criminalité ; Espace-temps ; Flux de passagers ; Géographie sociale ; Station de métro ; Stockholm ; Suède ; Système d'information géographique ; Transport urbain ; Variation saisonnière ; Vulnérabilité
  • Criminality ; Geographical information system ; Seasonal variation ; Social geography ; Space time ; Stockholm ; Sweden ; Urban transport ; Vulnerability
  • 2014
  • Spatial dynamics of regional cities : new perspectives
  • ; Pérou ; Services à la production ; Sous-centre d'emploi ; Structure urbaine ; Système urbain ; Ville régionale
  • Atmospheric pollution ; Belgium ; Brazil ; Ceará ; Italy ; Lima ; Mexico ; Mexico City ; Netherlands (The) ; Nordeste ; Peru ; Polycentrism ; Regional city ; Regional economy ; Retail trade ; Spatial dynamics ; Urban fragmentation ; Urban structure
  • ; Urban system
  • Dans ce numéro spécial consacré à la dynamique spatiale des villes régionales et aux nouvelles perspectives, on touvera les articles suivants : 1-The regional economy, spatial structure and regional urban systems ;2-Assessing the functional
  • 2014
  • Spatio-temporal dynamics of maize cropping system in Northeast China between 1980 and 2010 by using spatial production allocation model
  • Based on the cross-entropy theory, a spatial production allocation model (SPAM) has been developed for presenting spatio-temporal dynamics of maize cropping system in Northeast China during 1980–2010, at the pixel level. The AA. further explored
  • 2014
  • Les dynamiques d'un système d'innovation à travers le prisme des diffusions spatiales. Le cas de l'anacarde au Sud-Ouest du Burkina Faso
  • Agricultural product ; Burkina ; Cashew nut ; Diffusion ; Diffusion process ; Distance ; Innovation ; Location ; Spatial analysis ; System dynamics ; System of innovation
  • Analyse spatiale ; Burkina ; Diffusion ; Distance ; Dynamique de système ; Innovation ; Localisation ; Noix de cajou ; Processus de diffusion ; Produit agricole ; Système d'innovation
  • On propose une approche originale d'analyse d'un système d'innovation au travers d'un processus de diffusion spatiale d'un produit agricole, la noix de cajou. On analyse les formes et les vitesses de propagation des vergers d'anacardiers, et on les
  • met au regard de la structure et des fonctions du système d'innovation. La mesure du processus de diffusion spatiale révèle les types de réseaux, la force des liens entre les acteurs, et elle permet d'identifier les dysfonctionnements du système.
  • 2014
  • Analyse spatiale ; Autocorrélation spatiale ; Canada ; Croissance urbaine ; Dépendance spatiale ; Hiérarchie urbaine ; Loi de Zipf ; Structure spatiale ; Système urbain
  • Canada ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial autocorrelation ; Spatial dependence ; Spatial structure ; Urban growth ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban system
  • This article examines Zipf’s Law and Canadian urban growth. It appears that the dynamics of growth follow a deterministic process related to existing urban size, previous growth and spatial structure. Splitting the Canadian urban system into two
  • —east and west— permits the identification of differences that were not observable when studying the country as a whole. While size and previous growth are still important explanatory variables of growth patterns, these two systems may be distinguished
  • 2014
  • Innovation ; Space ; Spatial dynamics ; Spatial system ; Temporality ; Territory ; Theory
  • Dynamique spatiale ; Espace ; Innovation ; Système spatial ; Temporalité ; Territoire ; Théorie
  • Longtemps traitée comme un paramètre complémentaire ou marginal des systèmes territoriaux, l’innovation s’est progressivement imposée comme un élément strictement fondamental, rendant compte par ses cycles des processus de territorialisation, de
  • la mettre au cœur du système. - (EM)
  • 2014
  • Thresholds, mode switching, and emergent equilibrium in geomorphic systems
  • Convergence ; Divergence ; Downcutting ; Drainage network ; Earth surface processes ; Emergence ; Fluvial dynamics ; Fluvial processes ; Stability analysis ; Threshold
  • related to dynamical (in)stability. Unstable interactions among geomorphic system components tend to dominate in earlier stages of development, while stable limits often become dominant in later stages. This results in mode switching, from unstable
  • to convergence. The mode shift is an emergent phenomenon, arising from basic principles of threshold modulation and gradient selection. As an example, the relationships among flow concentration, erosive force, and channel incision in fluvial systems are examined
  • 2014
  • Modélisation de la dynamique des systèmes socio-écologiques en vue de l’élaboration d’un cadre de référence pour la durabilité environnementale et territoriale : application au massif du Fouta-Djalon (Guinée)
  • Environment ; Environmental management ; Fouta Djalon ; Guinea ; Land utilisation ; Modelling ; Prospective study ; Sustainability ; System dynamics ; Territory
  • Durabilité ; Dynamique de système ; Environnement ; Fouta Djalon ; Gestion de l'environnement ; Guinée ; Modélisation ; Occupation du sol ; Prospective ; Territoire
  • rétrospective du sol sur 31 ans. Elle révèle une expansion des territoires habité et agropastoral au détriment du territoire forestier. On cerne l’univers du futur possible du système socio-écologique du massif sur 150 ans à travers trois scénarios prospectifs
  • . Ils montrent que l’avenir du système territorial est inquiétant tant sur le plan écologique que sur celui de la stabilité sociale.
  • 2014
  • Coastal dynamics ; Coastal environment ; Digital Shoreline Analysis System ; Erosion ; LANDSAT ; Landsat ; Satellite imagery ; Scotland ; Scottish Outer Hebrides ; Spatial analysis ; Spatial data ; United Kingdom ; Vulnerability ; shoreline change
  • of change and the location of the most dynamic coastal areas. Quantitative measures of recent shifts and movement rates of relevant coastal lines, such as the lower limit of land-based vegetation, are assessed with the Digital Shoreline Analysis System
  • ). Information derived from satellite data supports the characterization of geomorphologically dynamic coasts at regional scales. With a rich and open access archive of imagery, a commitment to continuity, and compatibility with the Earth observation missions
  • 2014
  • A flume experiment on wood storage and remobilization in braided river systems
  • This work investigates wood dynamics in braided streams through physical modelling in a mobile bed laboratory flume. Temporal evolution of wood deposition patterns and remobilization rates were monitored by a series of vertical images that permitted
  • in the channel depends on log input rate through a non-linear relationship, and input rates exceeding approximately 100 logs/hour determine a sharp change in wood dynamics. Turnover rates of logs were similar in the 3 flumes, independently of wood input rate
  • 2014
  • Base de données ; Donnée ; Kenya ; Nairobi ; Open data ; Partage de données ; Partenariat ; Réseau de transports ; Système d'information géographique ; Système de transports ; Transport ; Utilisation du sol
  • Data ; Data base ; Geographical information system ; Kenya ; Land use ; Nairobi ; Partnership ; Transport ; Transport network ; Transport system
  • This article analyses the power dynamics associated with accessing and generating information in Nairobi, Kenya. This project has the following lessons : 1) Simply developing data does not make them open; how “open access” is provided to the data
  • 2014
  • Transnational dynamics in Southeast Asia : the greater Mekong subregion and Malacca straits economic corridors
  • ; System of cities ; Thailand ; Town ; Trans-border area ; Transnationalism ; Vietnam
  • 2014
  • Between 1991 and 2012, different geomatic techniques (total station, global positioning system, close-range photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scanner) were applied to monitor the movement of cryosphere landforms in the high mountains
  • of the Iberian Peninsula. The applied techniques must be adapted to the dynamic conditions of cryospheric environments. This paper analyses the techniques used and results on vertical and horizontal changes of glaciers, rock glaciers and ice patches in the Sierra
  • Nevada, Pyrenees and Picos de Europa, and differences among them by location and topoclimatic setting. All glaciers and rock glaciers show a thinning tendency and annual variations in the flow velocity. In addition to the specific dynamic analysis
  • 2014
  • . The study of how sociologists represented Mexican society has revealed several discursive dynamics. The traditional economic and political perspectives blaming social problems on elites predominate. Studies of electoral system flaws, political contention
  • 2014
  • Beijing ; China ; Guangdong ; Guangzhou ; Land ; Land policy ; Neo liberalism ; Northern China ; Taxation system ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urbanization
  • -contained entities but are characterized by their diverse and conflictual internal dynamics. And that local states are found to have embraced and manipulated market forces for their political agenda Theorization of global urbanism needs to go beyond the Euro
  • 2014
  • and rework policies “on the ground,” and children’s rights frameworks may offer possibilities for rupture of formal regulation. It concludes that these overlapping and competing dynamics sustain an uneven and contingent geography of urban regulation.
  • 2014
  • [b1] Dept. of Geography and Environmental Systems, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore, Etats-Unis