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  • Ciudad Chihuahua : its changing morphology and landscape
  • Mexico ; Suburbanization ; Urban geography ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology
  • Growth and internal spatial dynamics of this state capital and manufacturing center. Suburban expansion and ribbon development since World War II have morphologically transformed Chihuahua. - (DWG)
  • Characteristics and processes of urbanization in the Caribbean
  • Caribbean ; City size ; Demographic change ; Housing ; Urban morphology ; Urban population ; Urbanization ; West Indies ; World
  • Synthesis of recent urbanization in the Caribbean, focusing on demographic growth, urban primacy, internal morphology, employment, housing, urban crime and perception.―(DWG)
  • The recreational business district: a component of the East London urban morphology
  • Recent advances in urban morphology
  • Architecture ; Computing ; Research ; Urban environment ; Urban landscape ; Urban morphology ; Urban settlement
  • Research of the morphology of Zhejiang coastal port cities
  • China ; Harbour ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban function ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure ; Zhejiang
  • . The development of their overall distribution trait, internal structure morphology and outer morphology is examined and the development trend of port city allocation is identified which provide theoretical basis for the further development of port cities.
  • City;Town ; Iran ; Urban area ; Urban history ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure
  • Influences of the physical environment, trade, historical events, religion and sociopolitical structures on the spatial patterns and morphology of the cities of Iran. Examples drawn especially from Sabzivar, Mashhad, Isfahan and Shiraz. - (DWG)
  • Spatial-temporal changes of Tianjin urban spatial morphology from 1978 to 2004
  • China ; Fractals ; Population growth ; Tianjin ; Town ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban morphology
  • Taken fractal dimension, compact ratio, urban centroid and urban principal axis as the urban spatial characteristic indices, Tianjin city's urban area is investigated in the last 26 years in a quantitative perspective, and its traits and changes
  • Concept ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Social structure ; Urban area ; Urban morphology ; Urban settlement ; Urban structure
  • The purpose of this interdisciplinary article is to present a structural unit of urban space termed the morphomark, as a concept adopted from urban morphology. The article compiles concepts of space, as these reflect morphological processes
  • of the interdisciplinary study of spatial (natural and social) structure. The article reproduces morphology as a subject area of the disciplines for which the study of forms are common. Urban morphology as an art of urban forms is also discussed. – (BJ)
  • 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
  • difference from the morphology-based ones, suggesting that the judgement on sprawl may be wrong if it is purely based on morphology.
  • Capital city ; Finland ; Helsinki ; Large city ; Town ; Urban economy ; Urban history ; Urban morphology ; Urban population ; Urban structure
  • In this paper author examines the urban structure and morphology of Helsinki, the capital of Finnland. Beside the historical development of the city recent changes in the demographic and economic conditions are also discussed. - (ZK)
  • Economic restructuring and new urban form
  • Economic restructuring ; Metropolitan area ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban morphology ; Urban policy ; Urban structure
  • Moscow: aspects of urban morphology
  • Urban morphology and preservation in Spain
  • Hungary ; Methodology ; Settlement ; Spatial structure ; Theoretical geography ; Urban function ; Urban morphology
  • to the investigation of the spatial structure of the society. Tibor Mendöl's method, the so-called functional morphology, which essentially tried to find out the relationship between urban functions and morphology, received a main role in this evolutionary process
  • . While pure morphological research has been gradually neglected the attention of Hungarian geographers has turned to urban social questions, mainly as an outcome of the appearance of social geography. Nowadays the problems of the built environment
  • This study reviews the aims, methods and trends of settlement geography focusing on the internal structures of settlements in Hungary. The theoretical and methodological development of the discipline streches from morphological predominance
  • of cities come seldom to the front in Hungarian geography, except in connection with issues of urban renewal. - (JS)
  • Evolution and changes in the morphologies of Sudanese cities
  • Architecture ; Cultural heritage ; Settlement ; Sixth Century ; Sudan ; Twenty-first century ; Urban area ; Urban change ; Urban fringe ; Urban morphology ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • , and European style (colonial). The ongoing, rapid urbanization of African cities in general and Sudanese cities in particular points to a need to understand the structure of this urbanization. The morphology of cities includes not only physical structure
  • , but the cultural heritage, economic, and historical values on which it is based. Therefore, preservation, redevelopment, and urban policy underlying future urban expansion must be based on the nature of cities’ morphologies and development.
  • This article investigates the morphological evolution of Sudanese and involves consideration of town planning, building form, and the pattern of land and building utilization.It identifies three broad morphologies: indigenous, African-Islamic
  • City;Town ; Handbook ; Land use ; Urban geography ; Urban morphology
  • Spatial analysis of urban network of Wrocław
  • Poland ; Silesia ; Spatial analysis ; Urban change ; Urban development ; Urban growth ; Urban network ; Wrocław
  • The paper aims to understand the morphological transformation of the urban network of Wrocław caused by the rapid development and urban growth impacts. In an attempt to investigate the reason for morphological transformation of Wrocław urban network
  • Urban indicators of China from radiance-calibrated digital DMSP-OLS nightime images
  • China ; Image analysis ; Indicator ; Land use ; Town ; Urban morphology
  • The main objectives of this article are : (1) to evaluate the potential of the DMSP-OLS nighttime image data for the extraction of urban indicators in China, and (2) to determine the extent to which city morphology and land use can be revealed from
  • New progress in China's urban geography
  • China ; Research ; Urban development ; Urban geography ; Urban morphology ; Urban structure ; Urban system ; Urbanization
  • The paper focuses on systematic and overall review of literatures on China's urban geography in recent years. Attention is particularly paid on the progress in new themes and generalization of major arguments.
  • Hungary ; Settlement ; Town ; Urban ecology ; Urban model ; Urban morphology
  • A. discusses of the classical urban model of Tibor Mendöl, who investigated the physical (morphological) structure of the cities on the Great Hungarian Plain. His main motive was to find out the internal functional pattern of these rather peculiar
  • settlements. Mendöl named this famous and often debated method functional-morphology. In this system small scale functional elements were classified and amalgamated into functional groupes, which constitued the different urban zones within cities. Linking
  • urban morphology and functional pattern with the paradigm of human ecology was a revolutionary step forward in settlement geography. - (JS)