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  • Use of land for urban purposes in Norway
  • Two main causes are stated to explain the rapid growth of urban areas: the urbanization process and the growing standard of living. The article deals with the problem of what is really meant by urban land and compares how fast urban land is growing
  • in Norway in relation to other countries. The article also points out the great variations in the use of land for urban purposes, some of which are discussed. (JH).
  • 1976
  • The extent and growth of urban land
  • 1976
  • The Urban crisis, leisure in the urban environment
  • 1976
  • Urbanisierung als sozialgeographischer Prozess-dargestellt am Beispiel südbayerischer Regionen Urbanization as a social-geographical process, described on the example of southern Bavarian regions
  • The study ries, from a social geographic point of view, to see the process of urbanization as part of the spatial development processes of human settlements, to explain it theoretically, and to show its regional differences empirically
  • . As a starting point, the attempt is made to define the geographic term town (urban settlement) in a new, social geographic way, namely as a human settlement, where the typical characteristics and development trends of the industrial society show themselves
  • in a relatively strong and distinct way and gain spatial relance. The totality of characteristics and ways of behaviour typical for urban settlements is called urbanity, their spreading in the sense of a diffusion process from this innovation centre
  • is urbanization. This diffusion process of urban ways of behaviour takes place in fields of different intensity, where we can find more or less urbanized settlements in a rural-urban continuum. The empiric studies proved the supposition that the urbanization
  • process does not take the same course in all settlements, but is composed of process components developing themselves with different degrees of intensity. In order to get types of urbanization, all possible combinations of eight components with three
  • degrees each were tested. After eliminating those types not existing in our area and reducing the nomber of types very similar to each other, eleven settlement types of urbanization were found. (HSC).
  • 1976
  • Helsingin kaupunkialueen kasvu vuoteen 1946 The urban expansion of Helsinki to the year 1946
  • 1976
  • Tramways and trolleys: the rise of urban mass transport in Europe
  • 1976
  • The Urban criminal, a study in Sheffield
  • 1976
  • Articles by several human geographers concerning the urban development. Attention is paid to the location and inter-urban migration of offices, the possibilities for revaluation of towns and a survey concerning labour markets in urban areas. (AGD).
  • 1976
  • Urbanization under socialism in Czechoslovakia
  • 1976
  • The influence of urban environments on average temperatures at meteorological stations in Fennoscandia (1921-1950)
  • 1976
  • The Impact of urban-industrial development on agricultural incomes and productivity in Finland
  • 1976
  • Conserving urbanity in Norwich
  • 1976
  • Il ruolo delle agglomerazioni urbane nel sisteme insediativo polacco
  • 1976
  • Urban Sweden. Changes in the distribution of population 1960s in focus
  • 1976
  • Urban ghetto
  • 1976
  • Beiträge zur Erfassung von Kapazität und Frequentierung der Naherholungsflächen in Stuttgart A model for measuring visitors capacity and frequency in the urban recreation areas of Stuttgart
  • The aim of this paper will be to analyse the planning of recreation areas in larger cities and urban surroundings and to show up some feasible ways of measuring capacity as well as estimating actual attendance figures. For this purpose a model has
  • and the other hand the actual attendance as well as the necessity to offer recreation facilities to a greater number of people lead to the conclusion that, since a quantitative enlargement of urban to the conclusion that, since a quantitative enlargement
  • of urban recreation areas is nearly always impossible, to demand chances in capacity and attendance in already existing areas. (HSC).
  • 1976
  • Some factors used in a definition of the urban system in southern Italy
  • 1976
  • Le reti urbane delle regioni italiane nell'ottica della rank-size rule
  • 1976
  • Innerstädtische Geschäftszentren in Stuggart. Vorläufige Mitteilungen über einen methodischen Ansatz Inner-urban business centres in Stuttgart. Preliminary remarks on a new analytical approach
  • aspects of the company-building of various branches into account. The number of identical features and factors for company-building of the different branches is surprisingly high. At the end of the paper the different types of urban business centres
  • 1976
  • Models, methods and rationality in urban and regional planning: developments since 1960
  • 1976