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  • Characterising urban sprawl on a local scale with accessibility measures
  • Accessibility ; Indicator ; Land use ; Measurement ; South Korea ; Urban function ; Urban geography ; Urban morphology ; Urban sprawl
  • The study aims to develop and operationalise accessibility-based sprawl indicators. It employs two accessibility-based indicator categories and develops their measures : accessibilities to urban functions and open spaces. The index shaws a clear
  • 2012
  • Form follows function? linking morphological and functional polycentricity
  • Labour market ; Multi-purpose trip ; Netherlands (The) ; Polycentrism ; Regional analysis ; Urban morphology ; Urban system
  • 2012
  • [b2] OTB Research Institute for Housing, Urban and Mobility Studies, Univ. of Technology, Delft, Pays-Bas
  • Agglomeration ; Conurbation ; Firm concentration ; Industrialization ; Katowice ; Poland ; Post-communism ; Spatial differentiation ; Tertiary sector ; Town ; Upper Silesia ; Urban structure
  • The A. tries to determine the contemporary functional and spatial structure of Poland’s Katowice conurbation, which is found to be more Late-Industrial than Post-industrial in character. The two main processes seen to influence the current
  • functional and spatial organisation of the conurbation are ongoing concentration of supra-local services in Katowice, as well as differences between one area and another as regards the processes of deindustrialisation and reindustrialisation. – (BJ)
  • 2012
  • Cultural landscape ; Italy ; Landscape ; Planning ; Sustainable development ; Urban planning ; Urbanism
  • urbanism, discipline raised now faced with the need to contribute to the operational challenges of sustainability as a first necessary step for a more functional change of perspective. - (NF)
  • The acceleration of the global changes shows new landscapes as the result of local planning practices and design that no longer seem able to draw the society through the design of urban form. The contribution reflects the value of the landscape
  • 2012
  • Functional polycentricity : examining metropolitan spatial structure through the connectivity of urban sub-centres
  • Connectivity ; Economic geography ; Employment ; Finland ; Helsinki ; Journey to work ; Polycentrism ; Population growth ; Region ; Second order urban centre ; Urban region
  • 2012
  • Urban open spaces in historical perspective : a transdisciplinary typology and analysis
  • Comparative study ; Neighbourhood ; Spatial organization ; Typology ; Urban area ; Urban function ; Urban history ; Urban morphology ; Urbanism
  • 2012
  • [b3] School of Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State Univ., Portland, Etats-Unis
  • Hungary ; Local population ; Small town ; Social change ; Tourism potential ; Town ; Transport ; Urban development ; Urban growth
  • After the change in the political system the number of towns has considerably increased in Hungary. Thus several such settlements have become a town, which cannot be considered a real town in functional term. Szob, the small town also belongs
  • to them. Based upon different sources and primarily empirical researches, the main purposes of the study are to demonstrate what urban status means in Hungary in the beginning of the 21st century, and how it affects the social and economic development
  • 2012
  • Mexico ; Mexico City ; Urban function ; Urban history ; Urban system ; World city
  • 2012
  • Canada ; Definition ; Globalization ; Mexico ; North America ; Patrimony ; Small town ; Social organization ; Suburbs ; Territorial identity ; Town ; United States of America ; Urban function ; Urbanism
  • 2012
  • Administrative unit ; Gravity model ; Regional analysis ; Regional geography ; Regionalization ; Slovak Republic ; Urban region
  • lies in the application of the topographic version; the oscillatory version possesses a correcting and refining role. Functional urban regions have been used as basic spatial zones in authors’ analysis. - (AM)
  • 2012
  • Almost invisible : glimpsing the city and its residents in the urban sustainability discourse
  • Development ; Environmental conservation ; New Zealand ; Quality of life ; Resource management ; South Island ; Sustainable development ; Urban function ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • 2012
  • Spatial transferability of hedonic house price functions
  • Accessibility ; Distance from city centre ; Housing ; Housing cost ; Labour market ; Norway ; Real estate market ; Residential choice ; Urban area
  • 2012
  • Centre ; France ; Modelling ; Neighbourhood ; Scale ; Space time ; Spatial dynamics ; Temporality ; Urban area ; Urban function ; Urban history ; Urban settlement
  • 2012
  • Accessibility ; France ; Hautes-Alpes ; Labelling ; Patrimony ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Site preservation ; Territorial structure ; Town planning ; Urban area ; Urban fragmentation ; Urban function
  • 2012
  • Definition ; Epistemology ; France ; French school ; History of geography ; Regional monograph ; Rural-urban relations ; Small town ; Territorial planning ; Town ; Urban condition ; Urban function
  • 2012
  • Economic flow ; France ; Innovation ; Medium-sized town ; Research ; Small town ; Socio-economic system ; Town ; Urban economy ; Urban function ; Urban hierarchy
  • 2012
  • Attractiveness ; Coastal environment ; Enquiry ; France ; La Rochelle ; Medium-sized town ; Poitou-Charentes ; Tourism ; Town ; Urban condition ; Urban function
  • 2012
  • Chile ; Debris ; Desert ; El Niño ; Inundation ; Risk ; Torrent ; Urban area ; Watershed
  • . Climate conditions, such as the presence of Ocean waters upwelling and El Niño, cause sporadic rainfall events. Hence, the micro-watersheds and streams become active and function as torrential channels producing debris flows. Moreover, torrential systems
  • drain into the urban area of Caldera, causing flooding in the lower parts of the city. The city is growing into the area influenced by flooding and debris flows hazard and thus making vulnerable the resident population and infrastructure. - (NF)
  • 2012
  • Canada ; Creative industry ; Cultural economy ; Cultural policy ; Cultural studies ; Large city ; New York City ; New York State ; Ontario ; Toronto ; United States of America ; Urban function ; Urban hierarchy ; World city
  • 2012
  • Competitiveness ; Economic base ; Economic development ; France ; Location ; Medium-sized town ; Spatial division of labour ; Territorial planning ; Town ; Urban function ; Urban network ; Urban policy
  • 2012