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  • Content and densities of soil organic carbon in urban soil in different function districts of Kaifeng
  • Carbon ; China ; Climatic change ; Henan ; Land use ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Suburbs ; Town ; Urban area
  • that the characteristics of SOC were different not only among function districts in urban area, but also between urban area and suburbs. The variances of SOC in urban area were more complicated than that in suburbs.
  • Urban soil, forming along with the development of city, has unique properties of soil organic carbon. On the basis of field investigation and laboratory analysis, soil organic carbon (SOC) of Kaifeng city was studied, and the results showed
  • 2010
  • [b2] Dep. of Urban and Environmental Science, College, Xuchang, Chine
  • Horse keeping in urban and peri-urban areas: new conditions for physical planning in Sweden
  • Behaviour ; Conflict ; Enquiry ; Equidae ; Land use ; Leisure ; Outer conurbation area ; Sweden ; Way of life
  • The disturbances and benefits arising from horses experienced by residents in two different areas of Sweden are investigated. The results from the study find few conflicts between residents and horse keeping but reveal diverging practice and policy
  • between municipalities, which may create a legal insecurity for the involved stakeholders. The study illustrates a planning problem where the planning tools for managing this issue have been built on the urban-rural dichotomy, providing unclear planning
  • practice and policy in a peri-urban context.
  • 2010
  • From Soviet to Post-Soviet with transformation of the fragmented urban landscape : the case of garage areas in Estonia
  • Estonia ; Garage area ; Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Post-communism ; Town ; Urban landscape
  • not been demolished and are still in use. The A. analyzes the dynamics of urban landscape. Garage areas are used as a case study in the transformation of Estonian society.
  • In addition to the elements that have been formed under the forces of the current era, the landscape also contains elements from previous eras. Functions of some of these landscapes have changed. With the fall of the Soviet system, garage areas have
  • 2010
  • Factors of spatial distribution of recreation areas in peri-urban Beijing
  • Beijing ; China ; Environmental management ; Geographical information system ; Land use ; Periurban development ; Recreation area ; Spatial distribution ; Statistical analysis ; Urbanization
  • Análisis estadístico ; Aprovechamiento del suelo ; Beijing ; China ; Distribución espacial ; Gestión del medio ambiente ; Periurbanización ; Sistema de información geográfica ; Urbanización ; Área de ocio
  • Based on the case study of peripheral urban areas in Beijing, this paper aims to identify the factors which will influence the spatial distribution of peri-urban recreation areas, by analyzing the collected data from questionnaires, online survey
  • , documentation and field investigations (2007). A sampling database for peri-urban recreation areas in Beijing is established, and GIS spatial analyses as well as statistic analyses are applied. The result indicates that spatial distribution of recreation areas
  • 2010
  • Innovation ; Planning ; Population distribution ; Public transport ; Rural area ; Settlement ; Transport ; Urban area ; Urban region ; User Behaviour
  • The six articles deal with the mobility chances and travel behaviour with public means of transport in rural areas ; the chances of eco-mobility in urban regions with low demand; the chances and risk of flexible forms of services in local public
  • transport in rural areas; the provision of services of general interest in a specific place and remarks on planning in sparsely settled areas ; the chances and barriers to innovative transport in rural and question of subject promotion to secure mobility
  • 2010
  • Demographic change ; Germany ; Hamburg ; Population ageing ; Residential mobility ; Residential neighbourhood ; Suburbs ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban population
  • The article deals with the ageing, the residential mobility, the reurbanisation, the urban development and segregation. Hamburg seems to be not affected by consequences of demographic change like population ageing in the first place. But a small
  • -scale analysis of the monofunctional residential areas in the suburban districts shows is not positively affected by the immigration of students, apprentices and young employees. The population in these areas shows, in contrast, a significant
  • 2010
  • Diachronic analysis ; Italy ; Land use ; Lazio ; Mediterranean area ; Permeability ; Rome ; Soil properties ; Spatial analysis ; Suburbanization ; Urban area ; Urban growth
  • This paper illustrates a procedure aimed at estimating diachronically soil sealing in suburban areas by using cartographical and statistical data. The procedure was applied (1949-2006) to the metropolitan area of Rome. Random sites were chosen
  • encompassing the entire investigated area and evaluated in terms of sealing condition in 1949, 1990, 1994, 2000, and 2006. Although resident population has been found quite stable since 1970s, the sealed surface area grew rapidly from 8% in 1949 to 26% in 2006
  • . The sealing status of each site was found correlated to the distance from the city centre, while not correlated to the distance from the major roads, railways, and the boundaries of the neighbor protected area. These results suggest that soil sealing in Rome
  • was associated to recent processes of urban sprawl.
  • 2010
  • [b2] Dep. of Architecture and Urban Planning for Engineering, Univ. Sapienza, Rome, Italie
  • Delineating catchment areas of selected KTM komuter stations in the Kuala Lumpur conurbation using a GIS-based approach
  • Accessibility ; Area of attraction ; Commuting ; Geographical information system ; Kuala Lumpur ; Malaysia ; Railway ; Urban area ; Urban transport
  • Accesibilidad ; Espacio urbano ; Ferrocarril ; Kuala Lumpur ; Malasia ; Migración pendular ; Sistema de información geográfica ; Transporte urbano ; Área de atracción
  • 2010
  • An agent-based model of residential patterns and social structure in urban areas
  • Centrality ; Distance from city centre ; Local amenities ; Model ; Multi-agent model ; Residential location ; Simulation ; Urban economy ; Urban model ; Urban structure
  • 2010
  • Microclimate modelling of street tree species effects within the varied urban morphology in the Mediterranean city of Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Built up area ; Heat island ; Israel ; Mediterranean area ; Modelling ; Subtropical zone ; Summer ; Tel Aviv ; Town ; Tree ; Urban climate ; Urban effect ; Urban morphology
  • 2010
  • Emission Park, a demonstration project across federal states on the development of sustainable industrial areas in Germany ; the energetic urban renewal as a task for the whole city ; the urban development full of renewable energy ; and the International
  • Building Exhibition Hamburg (IBA) – a climate protection concept renewable at Wilhelmsburg as a model for urban areas on their way to the post fossil age. - (IfL)
  • of the federal competition; housing at the Veielbrunnen (Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt) with low energy as a location factor (demonstration project in the research field of experimental housing and urban development “National Urban Development Policy”); the Zero
  • 2010
  • Built up area ; England ; United Kingdom ; Urban change ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology ; Urban planning ; Urban sprawl ; Urban structure ; Urban traffic
  • 2010
  • Presence-experiences - the eventalisation of urban space
  • Cultural studies ; Denmark ; Event ; Participation ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; Urban area ; Young people
  • Following M. Foucault on eventalisation and H.M. Gumbrecht on presence-events, the A. focuses on subcultural and subpolitical groups trying to capture urban commercial spaces and to reverse or reveal their symbolic meaning. Using the oppositional
  • 2010
  • Development ; Gated community ; Geopolitics ; Regional planning ; Segregation ; Shopping area planning ; Sphere of influence ; Turkey ; Urban development ; Urban life
  • The seven articles deal with the Turkey as a new regional player in the near and middle east, the urban development and segregation in metropolitan Istanbul, the gated communities in Istanbul, the question of really development of Marmara Region
  • , the new shopping malls and urban life in Ankara, the development processes and state planning in the Eastern Regions of Turkey, the sustainable tourism in Southwestern Turkey and the planning perspectives for the Kemer Region in Antalya Province. - (IfL)
  • 2010
  • Baden-Württemberg ; Bavaria ; Employment ; Germany ; Hessen ; Metropolitan area ; Multi-purpose trip ; Spatial structure ; Suburbanization ; Town ; Urbanization
  • Alemaña ; Bade-Wurtemberg ; Baviera ; Ciudad ; Empleo ; Estructura espacial ; Hessen ; Suburbanización ; Trayecto con fines multiples ; Urbanización ; Área metropolitana
  • The article deals with the suburbanisation of jobs, the urban spatial structure, the metropolitan areas, the jobs housing balance, the commuter volume and the commuting distances. In order to identify how different urban spatial structures affect
  • 2010
  • Photographic postcards and visual urban landscape
  • Historical geography ; Mexico ; Postcard ; Sonora ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban landscape
  • 2010
  • [b1] School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, Etats-Unis
  • When the urban fringe is not suburban
  • Baltimore ; Delimitation ; Exurban settlement ; Historical geography ; Outer conurbation area ; Suburbanization ; United States of America ; Urban fringe ; Urban geography ; Urban region ; Urban sprawl
  • 2010
  • China ; Garden ; Guangdong ; Hedonistic model ; Housing cost ; Landscape ; Local amenities ; Price fixing ; Shenzhen ; Urban geography ; Urban landscape ; Urban park
  • The paper presents a hedonic analysis of the amenity and disamenity effects arising from the heterogeneous urban landscape in a Chinese city. The study focuses on the central built-up area of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. A three-dimensional
  • model is applied to estimate the effects of these urban landscape features. Residential gardens were the most attractive landscape and urban villages had disamenity effects. The visibility of landscape was more valued than the accessibility.
  • 2010
  • Performing resistance ? Re-reading practices of urban cycling on London's South Bank
  • Cycling ; Daily life ; England ; London ; Mobility ; Neighbourhood ; Public space ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban area ; Urban practice ; Urban regeneration
  • The paper focuses on the urban cycling practices of bike trails and BMX in order to illustrate that these practices are perhaps not as resistant as previous accounts have argued. Using ethnographic methods, it discusses the practice and reception
  • 2010
  • Flood ; Germany ; Hamburg ; Legislation ; Preventive measure ; Risk ; Risk management ; Rural area ; Saxony ; Urban area
  • management directive. The very urban area of the City of Hamburg and rural parts of Lower Saxony in Germany serve as case study areas for the concept. - (IfL)
  • 2010