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  • Thessaloniki : 2300 years of continuous urban life in The Mediterranean - I and II : Urban networks at the regional, the national and the local scale.
  • A ghanaian town revisited : changes and continuities in local adaptive strategies
  • City;Town ; Development strategy ; Ghana ; Urban economy
  • A study of the changes between 1982-3 and 1989 of two towns in south eastern Ghana, Ayirebi and Asokore. Self help and self reliance are important in continuing adverse economic conditions.―(EMS)
  • Basis for the continued existence of traditional-style commercial streets : a case study of West Broadway in Vancouver
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Ethnic community ; Retail trade ; Store ; Street ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Vancouver
  • The purpose of this paper is to examine the composition of a traditional-style commercial street in Vancouver's inner area and find the reasons for its continued existence. - (KA)
  • Is Continuing urbanization possible in West Africa?
  • Received concepts and theories in African urbanisation and management strategies : the struggle continues
  • Africa ; Collective facilities ; Drainage;Sanitation improvement ; Drinking water ; Housing ; Public service ; Urban administration ; Urban planning ; Urban policy ; Urban transport ; Urbanization
  • Over the past two decades, commentators and policy-makers have been enjoined to change their approach, but there are still many who have yet to adopt new attitudes. It is argued that concepts related to urban sanitation, water supply, urban
  • agriculture, urban transport and aspects of housing supply need to be redefined to reflect local circumstances.
  • British urban policy since 1997 : change and continuity
  • Great Britain ; Housing policy ; Local government ; Partnership ; Redevelopment ; United Kingdom ; Urban development ; Urban district ; Urban policy ; Urban renewal
  • The paper sets out the evolution of British urban policy since the Urban White Paper of 1977 with particular reference to the changes that have taken place under the Labour government after 1997. It considers the experience of the Urban Development
  • Corporations in the 1980s, explores the reasons why policy should have taken a significant change with the introduction of the Single Regeneration Budget and looks at the elements both of continuity and change since 1997.
  • Analyse régionale ; Demande ; Distance ; Distribution continue ; Economie ; Equipement ; Localisation ; Système d'information géographique
  • This paper discusses a single facility location problem that considers demand to be continuously distributed and allows a facility to be located anywhere in space, the continuous Weber problem. An approach for dealing with continuous demand
  • [b1] GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, Etats-Unis
  • Change and continuity in the Irish urban system, 1966-81
  • Area of attraction ; Central places ; Factor analysis ; Ireland ; Urban attraction ; Urban hierarchy ; Urban network ; Urban system
  • The final phase of urban apartheid zoning in South Africa 1990/91
  • Apartheid ; Ethnic group ; Political reform ; Segregation ; South Africa ; Urban area ; Urban policy ; Zoning
  • Urban apartheid zonings in South Africa continued until the repeal of discriminary legislation. The apartheid city was thus virtually intact until June 1991. - (AJC)
  • Geographical information system ; Land use ; United States of America ; Urban administration ; Urban development ; Urban environment ; Urban geography ; Urban planning
  • In the United States, the work of the planning profession goes on within a changing environment of intellectual and practical understanding, continually reshaped by political and social forces within and beyond planning.
  • Continuity and change in the restless urban landscape
  • Division of labour ; Household behaviour ; Industrial restructuring ; Minneapolis-Saint Paul ; Minnesota ; Residential mobility ; Social change ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban ecology ; Urban economy ; Urban landscape ; Urban society
  • ; Urban structure
  • Pension payouts, periodic markets and the continuance of urban dependence in rural South Africa
  • The former homelands of South Africa are characterised by extreme poverty, high levels of urban dependence, a reliance on pensions and low levels of agricultural production. A cas study in the Eastern Cape illustrates the importance of pensions
  • Bibliography ; Climatology ; Forest ; Microclimate ; Model ; Simulation ; Urban climate
  • Three themes have been chosen for this report. The first is a methodological one, underlining the continuing importance of numerical simulation techniques in the investigation of small-scale climatic phenomena. The two remaining themes explore
  • advances in the understanding of the climates and climatic processes particular to two landscapes types, urban areas and forested regions.
  • Germany ; Historic centre ; Poland ; Urban area ; Urban development ; Urban renewal
  • for identity and continuity of history and they are also an important locational factor in the economic and touristic competition between the cities. For the aspect of renewal the German urban development promotion programme Historic Building Preservation
  • in Urban Development is presented. Another article deals with creative action areas in revitalising urban development. Furthermore, examples of urban renewal in shrinking city (Wittenberge) and - in contrast to Germany - in Poland are presented. - (IFL)
  • Verandering en continuiteit. Een studie over de dynamiek in en van de ruimtelijke organisatie van de bedrijvigheid met speciale aandacht voor het stelsel van melkverwerking in het ruraal-urbaan spanningsveld in Nederland Change and continuity
  • . A study concerning the dynamics in and of the spatial organisation of the economic activities with special reference to the system of milk processing in the rural-urban tension field in the Netherlands
  • Of the current theories concerning location and spatial organisation of primary, secondary and tertiary economic activities, none offers a satisfactory solution for the problem of change and continuity. Therefore this study aims at providing answers
  • to the following two sets of questions: What are nature and extent of the processes that bring about change and continuity in the spatial organisation. 2. What are nature and extent of the processes that control the mutual relation between change and continuity
  • California ; City perception ; Historical geography ; Los Angeles ; Suburbanization ; United States ; Urban development ; Urban landscape ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure
  • The result of the continued development of Los Angeles is a revision of the anti-urban imagery, signaled by high-rise construction and increasing urban density after 1960. Recent critical imagery of the city appears to be based on deep-rooted
  • Modes of engagement for urban research : enacting a politics of possibility
  • Discourse ; Durham ; North Carolina ; Project ; Research ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban district ; Urban geography ; Urban regeneration
  • Les AA. suggèrent qu'il existe un besoin continu d'étudier de manière critique les discours spatiaux mobilisés par les chercheurs et les acteurs qu'ils rencontrent. Les AA. préconisent pour le chercheur un mode d'engagement qui permet une critique
  • Croatia ; Development axis ; Economic development ; Polarization ; Transport ; Urbanization
  • are identified, while urbanization axes are identified and categorized by means of the number and continuity of urban and urbanized settlements.
  • This paper identifies and categorizes traffic axes and analyses their significance in the development of urbanization axes in Central Croatia. By means of traffic infrastructure and the importance of traffic routes levels of developmental axes
  • High technology location and the urban areas of Great Britain : developments in the 1980s
  • Economic restructuring ; Employment ; Great Britain ; High-tech industry ; Regional disparities ; Specialization ; Technology ; United Kingdom ; Urban economy
  • New towns appear more successful than other urban areas in attracting high technology, and this continued to be the case during the 1980s. There is evidence of a relative increase of high technology activity in smaller urban areas since 1981
  • Urbanization in South Africa and the changing character of migrant labour
  • Enquiry ; Household behaviour ; Labour migration ; Migratory flow ; Post-apartheid ; South Africa ; Urban immigration ; Urbanization
  • In South Africa migrant labours is indelibly associated with apartheid and influx control. But even since the abolition of influx control, labour migration has continued on a considerable scale. The purpose of this paper is to identify some
  • of the features of migrant labour as it exists today and to draw out some its implications for urbanization. - (AJC)