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  • The social ecology of the post-Fordist/global city ? Economic restructuring and socio-spatial polarisation in the Toronto urban region
  • Canada ; Economic restructuring ; Ontario ; Social change ; Socio-professional category ; Toronto ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban immigration ; Urban structure
  • 2001
  • Ecology ; Environmental conservation ; Germany ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban growth ; Urban landscape
  • 2001
  • Berlin ; Fieldtrip ; Germany ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Urban ecology ; Urban history
  • 2001
  • Castilla-La Mancha ; Human ecology ; Integrated planning ; Society-environment relationship ; Spain ; Sustainable development ; Town ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban development ; Urban ecology ; Urban environment ; Urban planning
  • 2001
  • Ecology ; Environmental conservation ; Germany ; Landscape ; Suburbanization ; Sustainable development ; Urban administration ; Urban area ; Urban growth ; Urban landscape
  • 2001
  • Economic development ; Globalization ; Harbour ; Local labour market ; Netherlands (The) ; Rotterdam ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban ecology
  • 2001
  • Concept ; Development ; Germany ; Local development ; North Rhine Westfalia ; Sustainable development ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban planning
  • 2001
  • Architectural legacy ; France ; Ideology ; Town planning ; Urban administration ; Urban ecology ; Urban history ; Urban morphology ; Urban planning ; Urban sociology ; Urbanism
  • 2001
  • Climax ; Deforestation ; Environmental degradation ; Forest ; Geo-ecology ; Geosystem ; Human impact ; Mexico ; Mexico City ; Oak ; Urban development
  • 2001
  • Economic development ; Germany ; Infrastructure ; Inner city ; Land ; Price ; Productivity ; Transport network ; Urban network
  • A relationship exists between transport infrastructures and the economic productivity of urban centers. Empirical studies have identified partial effects on the take of land for development, on land exploitation (i.e. the productive use of land
  • ) and on land prices -the key indicators of the economic and ecological role played by municipal land- as being attributable to the transport infrastructure and have rendered them quantifable in terms of selected relationships. - (L'A.).
  • 2001
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Ecology ; Economic cooperation ; Inter-community cooperation ; North America ; Oregon ; Regional development ; Regional identity ; Regional planning ; Society ; Sustainable development ; Trans-border area ; United States
  • of America ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban immigration ; Washington State
  • 2001
  • Geomorphic process-disturbance corridors : a variation on a principle of landscape ecology
  • Avalanche ; Ecology ; Geomorphology ; Landscape ecology ; Mass movement ; Snow
  • 2001
  • Geo-ecology and the conservation management of sensitive upland landscapes in Scotland
  • Environmental management ; Geo-ecology ; Geomorphology ; Habitat ; Inherited features ; Landscape dynamics ; Mountain ; Scotland ; Sensitivity analysis ; Soil conservation ; United Kingdom
  • The concept of geomorphological sensitivity provides a useful starting point for identifying sensitive upland landscapes. This paper develops a geo-ecological pespective which unites both habitat and ecological dependencies in fragile upland
  • 2001
  • Environmental and ecological water requirement of river system : a case study of Haihe-Luanhe river system
  • China ; Ecological crisis ; Ecosystem ; Environmental conservation ; Hydrosystem ; Northern China ; Stream ; Water resources ; Water use
  • In order to reduce the environmental and ecological problems induced by water resources development and utilization, this paper proposes a concept of environmental and ecological water requirement. It is defined as the minimum water amount
  • to be consumed by the natural water bodies to conserve its environmental and ecological functions. Based on this definition, the methods on calculating the amount of environmental and ecological water requirement are determined in the case study on Haihe-Luanhe
  • 2001
  • Tropical fire ecology
  • Ecology ; Environmental management ; Fire ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Impact ; Savanna ; Tropical rain forest ; Tropical zone
  • 2001
  • Asian part of Russia ; Ecological catastrophe ; Ecological crisis ; Ecology ; Geo-ecology ; High mountain ; Human impact ; Methodology ; Periglacial features ; Permafrost ; Plain ; Regression analysis ; West Siberia
  • 2001
  • This paper suggests that the sustainable survival and development of oasis could be ensured only if the oasis-desert and water source ecology are managed in a combined way to form a macro system. In light with the above mentioned, the approach
  • to the development of economy and environment of oasis in arid area should depend upon the establishment of an oasis ecological and economic system, which suits the arid environment and promotes the efficiency of resource configuration, stabilizes economic increment
  • and benefits ecological development.
  • 2001
  • Traditional chinese site selection-Feng Shui : an evolutionary/ecological perspective
  • A brief history of Feng Shui and the ideal features of a Feng Shui site, including Ch'i, are reviewed. Then the A. argues that Feng Shui has evolutionary and ecological values for selecting optimal human habitats. Much of Feng Shui's folk wisdom
  • 2001
  • Ecological crises of marginal disruptions : the effects of the first humans on Pacific Islands
  • Archaeology ; Climatic variation ; Ecological crisis ; Holocene ; Human impact ; Human occupation ; Impact ; Island ; Pacific Region ; Palaeo-environment ; Palynology ; Reef ; Sea level
  • has worked, this paper presents new evidence which could be interpreted as supporting his idea that arechaeological dates considerably underestimate times of initial human arrival. The whole question of whether ecological crises or mere marginal
  • 2001
  • Labor, ecology, and a failed agenda of market incentives : the political ecology of agrarian reforms in Ghana
  • 2001