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  • Urban hydrology in Tokyo
  • Urban hydrology is a complex of the physical-human system representing all the changes in the region of Tokyo. The functions of the urban river have been changing due to modernization. - (SGA)
  • 1990
  • Regional urban systems in Japan
  • Regional urban systems in Japan have a close relationship with prefectural territories. The population of prefectural capitals has gradually been controlled by the population scale of the prefecture. Analyzing the migration flows among 649 cities
  • in 1980, a city usually has a close connection to other cities within its own prefecture and forms a regional urban system with the hierarchical structure in which a prefectural capital is set up at the top. The hierarchical structure of the regional urban
  • system in each prefecture mostly reflects features of its starting point, although regional differences between core and periphery areas have appeared in the process of urban growth.
  • 1990
  • Development of private sports facilities as a side business of urban farmers
  • The response of farmers to urbanization under the influence of the opening of the shin-Ome highway, west of Tokyo. The A. focuses attention on the operation of such sports facilities as golf practice on urban farms located in the former shinden land
  • 1990
  • The urban climate of Tokyo
  • The urban climate in Tokyo from the viewpoint of regional geography, Tokyo's heat island intensity, annual variation of precipitations, humidity and solar radiation are successively dealth with. - (SGA)
  • 1990
  • The strategic transition of spatial distribution in China's urbanization and the measures concerned
  • Three economic zones are explored in terms of spatial distribution of urbanization with reference to past experiences and the existing relevant policies. Suggestions are made to draw an overall plan for the purpose of adjustment.
  • 1990
  • Problems of urban development in China
  • The A. explores the actual meaning of controlling the size of large cities , analyses rural-urban population migration and raises the idea of setting up China's city system.
  • 1990
  • In Tokyo which became recently one of the first three world money markets, domestic and foreign financial institutions are located in a small area which got congested. That situation created numerous urban problems, such as a dramatic increase
  • in urban land price. - (SGA)
  • 1990
  • The relationship between wider-area municipal spheres and regional urban systems in Japan
  • (Morikawa, 1990), a municipality qualifies as a central city if the workers of at least 3,000 persons are engaged in sales and service job of the city. The writer examined the spatial relationships between WAMSs (wider-area municipal spheres) and urban
  • In this paper the writer tries to analyze urban tributary areas and daily city regions of central cities according to the analysis of connectivity between central cities and their surrounding municipalities by using commuting data among
  • municipalities (1985 Census). Instead of the concept of a city region the writer uses the concepts of a daily city region corresponding to the commuting areas of a central city and an urban tributary area consisting of a wider area. As shown in another paper
  • 1990
  • The status of Tokyo in Japan from the standpoint of high-order urban function
  • 1990
  • New trends of urban and regional planning in China
  • 1990
  • Categorical, multivariate analysis of intra-urban migration
  • 1990
  • Perspective of urban land use in Beijing in Land use in China.
  • 1990
  • The urban development in China
  • 1990
  • Implications of subdivision activity for the urban growth of Madina
  • 1990
  • This paper studies spatial variation of passenger traffic in relation to six factors of population aspect, migration, urbanization, density of transport network, economic environment and socio-political environment.
  • 1990
  • China's open door policy and urbanization in the Pearl River Delta region
  • 1990
  • Urban economic development in a period of local initiative : competition among towns in Israel's southern coastal plain
  • 1990
  • By using cohort analysis, it can be found that the main cause of ageing in the central area of the city was outmigration of the non-elderly, whereas in the urban periphery an absolute increase in the ageing population was as responsible
  • 1990
  • In the 18th century, Tokyo was the world's largest city in population and maybe the biggest pedestrian city in the history of mankind. Nowadays it is the world's largest agglomeration of urban population within its geographically delineated
  • 1990