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  • Economic restructuring and new urban form
  • Economic restructuring ; Metropolitan area ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban morphology ; Urban policy ; Urban structure
  • Central places ; Urban agglomeration ; Urban development ; Urban geography ; Urban history ; Urban structure ; Urban system ; Urbanism ; Urbanization
  • structure. -urban subdivisions. -Intra-urban centers. -Cities in Central Europe before industrialisation. -Urban development in the industrial age. -Urban development in Germany, a west-east-comparison. Cities in selected cultural areas. - (HPB)
  • Introduction to urban geography. Chapters: Urban geography and interdisciplinary urban research. -Definitions and dimensions of urbanisation. -Urban agglomeration. -City types, urban systems and central places. -Theories and models of urban
  • The development process and some features of large-scale housing estates in the Morioka urban area
  • Honshu ; Housing ; Housing estate ; Japan ; Real estate development ; Real estate market ; Residential neighbourhood ; Town ; Urban development
  • This study aims to explain the development process of large-scale residential areas, 20 hectares and over each, in the Morioka urban area, and to compare some features with other urban and metropolitan areas. - (KA)
  • Development of Pudong and optimization of structure of urban area of Shanghai
  • China ; Economic policy ; Economic structure ; Industrial firm ; Optimization ; Shanghai ; Urban density ; Urban development ; Urban economy ; Urban policy ; Urban population ; Urban structure
  • Based on detailed analysis of the present situation and problems of the structure of urban area of Shanghai, the inner mechanisms that caused the problems are explored and development of Pudong as the strategic breakthrough of the optimization
  • of the structure of urban area is determined. Various restrictive factors must be considered and corresponding policies and measures must be drawn up.
  • Before Group Areas : urban segregation in South Africa in 1951
  • Apartheid ; City;Town ; Ethnic group ; Segregation ; South Africa ; Urban area
  • Patterns of segregation in South African cities before the enactment of the Group Areas Act are examined. High levels of segregation were evident in 1951. - (AJC)
  • The growth of the suburban core cities in the Tokyo metropolitan area
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Metropolitan area ; Outer conurbation area ; Periurban development ; Suburbs ; Tokyo ; Urban growth ; Urban network
  • The A. aims to analyze the progress of the suburban area independent on Tokyo in the metropolitan area, the characteristics of the core cities in the suburban area, and relationship between the development of the metropolitan area and these cities
  • China's urban transition
  • China ; Economic reform ; Foreign investment ; Migration ; Urban geography ; Urban growth ; Urban population ; Urbanization
  • Rates or urbanization in China are increasing through heavy migration from rural areas. Four large metropolitan regions near the coast have emerged. - (DWG)
  • The effet of land-use controls on the spatial size of U.S. urbanized areas
  • Built up area ; Housing cost ; Land use ; Territorial control ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban growth ; Zoning
  • On a sample of US urbanized areas in 2000, the AA. test theoretical hypotheses of the effect of land-use controls on the spatial size of urban areas. Minimum lot-size zoning and maximum FAR restrictions expand the urban area, while maximum lot-size
  • zoning, urban growth boundaries, maximum square footage limits, maximum building permit restrictions, minimum person per room controls, and impact fees contract the urban area.
  • The development process of large-scale residential areas in the Kagoshima metropolitan area
  • Housing estate ; Japan ; Kyushu ; Residential area ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban infrastructure
  • This study aims to explain the development process of large-scale residential areas, over 20 hectares each, in the Kagoshima metropolitan area, and to evaluate the role of public-developers in the process. - (KA)
  • The Segregation of socio-economic groups in urban areas: a comparative analysis
  • Conceptualization of rural-urban fringe areas and the delineation of Nicosia's fringe
  • Crime in urban areas: new evidence and results
  • The economics of rural areas in the proximity of urban networks : evidence from Flanders
  • Belgium ; Economic environment ; Flanders ; Local development ; Periurban development ; Rural area ; Rural development ; Rural-urban relations ; Spatial choice
  • From a regionally-based economic approach, the AA. argue that these rural areas act as flanking areas for the nearby urban areas. A model representing local economic development can only be relevant if it takes into account this urban-rural
  • Variability of soils in urban and periurban areas in Northern Germany
  • Germany ; Heavy metals ; Human impact ; Pedogenesis ; Schleswig-Holstein ; Soil pollution ; Soil properties ; Spatial variation ; Urban area ; Waste
  • The soil pattern of urban areas is strongly influenced by human activities. Urban soils are sinks for the aerial dispersion of pollutants and sometimes sources for environmental hazards. Therefore, the aims of this study are : to analyse
  • the properties of soils developed from anthropogenic substrates; to investigate the interrelationship of soils in different urban landscapes (inner city, outer area).
  • The role of planners and planning in shaping urban space
  • South Africa ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban geography ; Urban planning
  • The role of planning and planners in shaping urban space has been sharply contested in recent years. While planners are not the driving force determining urban development in South Africa, they play a significant role in shaping urban space. - (AJC)
  • Alternative approaches to market-area structure in the urban system
  • Central places ; Centrality ; Gravity model ; Market ; Market area ; Retail trade ; Urban system
  • It is argued that the market-area structure within the typical model of an urban system does not conform satisfactorily to the pattern customarily observed. The market-area structure of the standard model of a central place system is modified
  • by applying two additional frameworks: the economic law of market areas and the law of retail gravitation. Each application results in a more relistic pattern of market areas, while preserving the hierarchical structure of the central place system.
  • Urban redevelopment and spatial change of the central shopping area in Sakai city from the viewpoints of vertical growth
  • Honshu ; Inner city ; Japan ; Redevelopment ; Retail trade ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban development ; Urban function
  • This paper is to clarify the reorganization of retail activities and changes of the accumulation of urban core functions in Sakai City, located near the Sakai-Higashi station of the Nankai Koya line, Osaka metropolitan area. - (KA)
  • Some environmental issues related to sub-urbanization process in Bucharest Metropolitan Area
  • Bucharest ; Landscape ; Metropolitan area ; Romania ; Suburbanization ; Urban dynamics ; Urban landscape ; Urban sprawl ; Years 1990-99 ; Years 2000-2009
  • The paper analyzes the effect of urban sprawl within Bucharest Metropolitan Area as well as the most important environmental issues related to sub-urbanization process (land fragmentation, land market dynamics, uncontrolled waste deposits, water
  • Buenos Aires : historia urbana del área metropolitana
  • Argentina ; Buenos Aires ; Large city ; Metropolitan area ; Urban growth ; Urban history ; Urbanism
  • The influence of local urban containment policies and statewide growth management on the size of United States urban areas
  • City size ; Impact ; Regression analysis ; United States of America ; Urban administration ; Urban area ; Urban growth ; Urban policy