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  • Delimitation ; Metropolitan area ; Poland ; Settlement system ; Urban agglomeration ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure
  • the above entities in respect of the morphological and functional aspects to a large city’s structure. An overview of cognitive and planning achievements in the field of the delimitation of urban agglomerations and metropolitan areas in Poland is also
  • This article has sought to elucidate the difference between the urban agglomeration and the metropolitan area, in the light of the output of Polish urban geography. Special attention is paid to the relationship between the ways of conceiving
  • offered, the primary conclusion from the work being that the metropolis and its metropolitan area, as a concentration of high-order functions and international-scale links, represents a more advanced stage in the development of the large-city settlement
  • system than does the urban agglomeration. - (BJ)
  • 2009
  • The Hungarian town, Gyöngyös has always had strong central functions and an extensive catchment area. The research was conducted in accordance to two basic objectives. One of them was to study the town’s complex urban field on the basis of selected
  • functions and, on the other hand, to carry out a historical comparison. To this, each sectoral function for the settlement was examined and the complex urban fields of the town were consequently determined. - (AM)
  • 2009
  • The role of transport function in the development of the town of Arad
  • Arad ; Flow ; Impact ; Romania ; Transport system ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban transport
  • 2009
  • Urban networks in Europe: policies, practices, outcomes
  • Europe ; European Union ; Network ; Territoriality ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • Over the past twenty years urban “networking” has become a rule of behaviour in the European Union. This article concerns the development of urban networks within the European urban geography. Urban networks have an important role in disseminating
  • a development model for urban areas by bringing together a diverse range of cities around common problems in order to create common understandings of how to address these problems—the new ‘conventional wisdom’. These networks have also developed a range
  • of different methods “to be active” in order to achieve different territorial outcomes. In that sense, which are the outcomes of those cities that have shown a strong “ aptitude in urban networking ” ? - (BJ)
  • 2009
  • Historical geography ; Hungary ; Regional geography ; Town ; Urban function
  • The paper provides a short overview about the population and economic development of the fourth largest city of Hungary, Szeged from a human geographical perspective. Special account is given on the spatial development and changes of the urban
  • functions of the city. - (AM)
  • 2009
  • Belgrade ; Central places ; Serbia ; Settlement ; Territorial structure ; Urbanization
  • as their size, with prominent supremacy of the capital city, Belgrade. The system of centers is presented by the hierarchy of urban centers with their spatial and functional areas as determined by the National spatial plan (1996). - (L'A.).
  • This paper presents the basic characteristics of the systems of settlements and centers in Serbia. The forceful industrialization since the 1950s caused intensive urbanization which resulted in increasing of the number of urban settlements as well
  • 2009
  • Residential area ; Slovenia ; Spatial analysis ; Sustainable development ; Urban area ; Urban development
  • The paper is based on the results of research project »Linking policies and criteria for achieving the sustainable spatial development of towns and other settlements in functional urban areas«. The paper presents only a part of the results
  • 2009
  • Area of attraction ; Induced effect ; Peripheral region ; Poland ; Regional development ; Rzeszów ; Town ; Urban function
  • Using the example of Rzeszów, the capital of Podkarpackie region, the AA. delimit the strength, character and directions of impact of a capital of a semi-peripheral region. Basing their reasoning on the research of the range of the daily urban
  • were measured. Though as demonstrated by research results, within the area of strong spatial influence of Rzeszów positive spread effects dominate, metropolitan functions in the city’s hinterland are weakly developed. - (BJ)
  • 2009
  • Dubai ; Sustainable development ; Town ; United Arab Emirates ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban growth ; Urban society ; Urbanism ; World city
  • 2009
  • (Dis)connecting Milan(ese) : deterritorialised urbanism and disempowering politics in globalising cities
  • Accessibility ; Centrality ; Economic space ; Italy ; Lombardia ; Milano ; Neo liberalism ; Network ; Territorial strategy ; Town ; Urban function ; Urban planning ; Urban regeneration ; Urban structure
  • 2009
  • Berlin 20 years later : defining or redifining its functional profile ? with some implications with Warsaw
  • Berlin ; Brandenburg ; Comparative study ; Employment ; Germany ; Investment ; Poland ; Polycentrism ; Specialization ; Town ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban system ; Warsaw
  • 2009
  • China ; Industrial location ; Internationalization ; Large city ; Modernization ; Redevelopment ; Shanghai ; Tertiary sector ; Thematic mapping ; Town planning ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban policy ; Urban site
  • 2009
  • A location model for urban hierarchy planning with population dynamics
  • Accessibility ; Centrality ; Location ; Model ; Portugal ; Region ; Urban function ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban infrastructure
  • 2009
  • Beijing ; Centrality ; China ; Polycentrism ; Second order urban centre ; Urban area ; Urban function ; Urban planning ; Urban structure
  • 2009
  • China ; Shanghai ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban planning ; Urbanism
  • 2009
  • Ecosystem ; Sustainable development ; Town ; Urban ecology ; Urban geography
  • Searching the way towards sustainability, towns can find good explanations and models in the comprehension of ecosystems functioning. If a town is regarded as an ecosystem with all its components interdependent, it is easier to define its carrying
  • 2009
  • Budapest ; Economic restructuring ; Enquiry ; Hungary ; Industrial estate ; Industrial location ; Industry ; Land use ; Restructuring process ; Urban area
  • developments and shifts that took place within the traditional industrial areas during the last decade and is based upon the results of a survey carried out in 2006, in order to reveal the extent of the functional transformation of areas that were traditionally
  • industrial in nature. Over the last decade the former processes have developed, albeit at a different pace spatially. The A. concludes that spatial pattern of the Hungarian capital, as well as its functional divisions have undergone significant transformation
  • 2009
  • Inter-community cooperation ; Legislation ; Local government unit ; Network ; Poland ; Urban development ; Urban geography ; Urban planning ; Warsaw
  • is not an easy task. It creates problems especially within functional urban areas. In this paper, the issue of cooperation among municipalities from the Warsaw Metropolitan Area (WMA) is addressed using the perspective of networking and formulation of common
  • 2009
  • China ; Gansu ; Perception of the urban environment ; Tourism ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban landscape
  • 2009
  • Stream channel enlargment response to urban land cover in small coastal plain watersheds, North Carolina
  • Channel geometry ; Coastal plain ; Downcutting ; Fluvial erosion ; Grain size distribution ; Land use ; North Carolina ; Soil properties ; Stream ; United States of America ; Urbanization ; Watershed
  • The aim of the study was to characterize the effects of urban impervious area and associated stormwater runoff on the scaling of stream channel geometry and the associated grain size response with small Inner Coastal Plain watersheds in eastern
  • North Carolina. Urban expansion in the region began in the 1960s, with major urbanization occurring over the last 25 years. Channels draining urban watersheds are still responding to this land use change by downcutting and widening. Urban channel
  • incision has frequently cut off streams from their floodplains, reducing floodplain sediment retention and water quality functions.
  • 2009