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  • Planning in the face of conflict : negociation and mediation strategies in local land use regulation
  • Bald eagle habitat use and evaluation of potential conflict
  • Field observations in northern California on bald eagle populations, habitat use, habitat quality, assessment, and eagle/human interactions. - (D. W. Gade).
  • Culture, conflict and cemeteries : Lebensraum for the dead
  • Analysis of the land use conflicts in Tel Aviv posed by Jewish law which governs the location of cemeteries and their internal spatial structure. - (DWG)
  • Great Basin National Park : rationales, concepts, and conflicts
  • Conflict ; Environment ; Great Basin ; Land use ; Landscape ; Leisure ; Natural park ; Nature conservation ; Nevada ; Tourism ; United States
  • Management plan and landuse conflicts surrounding the establishment of a new national park in the Snake Mountain Range of western Nevada, USA.―(DWG)
  • Land-use conflicts as a result of land-use changes in the central Spanish Pyrenees : a review
  • Conflict ; Cultivated surface ; Hydraulic works ; Land use ; Livestock farming ; Mountain ; Mountain farming ; Pirineos ; Pyrénées ; Spain
  • Human activities in the southern side of the Pyrenees have increasingly been concentrated in the valley bottoms. This shift has created strong competition among differing land uses : hay cultivation for livestock, road construction, tourist
  • Conservation versus artisanal gold mining in Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica : land use conflicts at neotropical wilderness frontiers
  • Conflict ; Costa Rica ; Land use ; Logging ; Nature conservation ; Nature park ; Tourism
  • Costa Rica, which has the most advanced conservation agenda in Latin America, nevertheless is the scene of conflicts between farmers, miners and the government over access to protected forest lands. In 1985 over 800 gold miners were evicted from
  • Darfur : an orchestrated conflict ?
  • Communication ; Conflict ; Discourse ; Sudan
  • In competition with the new Global Player China, US strategy aims at having access to Africa's oil reserves. For this purpose, the present US government has been exploiting the escalating regional conflicts in Sudan, caused by population growth
  • and independence aspirations. The reprehensibly one-sided presentation of the humanitarian crisis is being used to justify a military intervention, which- under whatever cover it may take place - will worsen the disaster already in progress, further destabilize
  • Crisis in policy, policy in crisis : understanding environmental discourse and resource-use conflict in northern Nigeria
  • Conflict ; Crisis ; Discourse ; Environment ; Farmer ; Nigeria ; Pastoralism ; Policy ; Twentieth Century
  • Biodiversity ; Biogeography ; Chiapas ; Environmental degradation ; Ethnobotany ; Mexico ; Mountain ; Use conflict
  • Reviews the conflicts between the rich biodiversity of Chiapas and poverty, population pressure, environmental degradation, and political conflict. Main example of biodiversity discussed are the wild medicinal plants used by the Maya. The Maya
  • On the use of interactive multi-objective linear programming methods for long term energy planning in Environmental conflict analysis.
  • Spatial conflicts of land-use changes on the rural areas of South Great Plain Region
  • Eastern Europe ; Environmental management ; Europe ; Land use ; Model ; Multi-criteria analysis ; Plain ; Rural area ; Use conflict
  • to analyze interactions at the landscape-scale hereby it helps to understand the dynamic of the changes, and also contributes to develop best-practices at the landscape planning. The differential kind of land use conflicts depend on the target of spatial
  • The research - which is the base of this paper - examines the effects of different social, economical and ecological driving factors of the land use changes at the border areas of the South Great Plain Region. The multidimensional model is used
  • planning. This paper tries to present the methods and the semi-results, which can be used to examine the problems. - (BJ).
  • Land use North. Research ou land use conflicts in northern Sweden in Renewable resources and the economy of the North.. (Proceedings)
  • The application of spatial data processing to land use conflict resolution in the Lal Lal Water Catchment of the Ballarat growth corridor: a case study from chapter one of the Buninyong Planing Scheme
  • Australia ; Conflict ; Data processing ; Environmental conservation ; Geographical information system ; Land use ; New South Wales ; Regional planning ; Watershed
  • The conceptual basis of this work is conflict resolution. Land use conflict within the Lal Lal Water Catchment is between land- owners, the Shire, the Water Board and those directing regional pressures for development. The deliberations involved
  • would clearly have benefited from access to spatial data sets through use of Geographical Information System (GIS) during applications appraisal.
  • Malicious siting or unrecognised processes ? A spatio-temporal analysis of environmental conflicts in Tel-Aviv
  • Conflict ; Environment ; Israel ; Land use ; Nuisance ; Space time ; Urban area ; Urban development
  • By analyzing the pattern of environmental conflicts in the Tel-Aviv metropolitan region and following the evolution of five of them, it is shown that many conflicts arise fom encroachment of residential development upon facilities originally sited
  • Production confronts consumption : landscape perception and social conflict in the Hudson Valley
  • Conflict ; Cultural landscape ; Hudson ; Ideology ; Land use ; Landscape ; United States ; Valley
  • Conflict in the location of salutary public facilities in Urbanization and conflict in market societies.
  • with the property value implications of such land uses. (K. R. Cox).
  • Water Conflicts and the New Role of the State in Rural Morocco. The Example of the High Atlas Mountains
  • Labour migration ; Morocco ; Mountain ; Rural area ; Social segregation ; State ; Use conflict ; Water
  • Water conflict and growing social disparities, labour migration and social differentiation, village associations and the reorganisation of the local political arena, water supply in rural areas : stronger or less presence of the state. - (IfL)
  • Environmental justice and American Indian tribal sovereignty : case study of a land-use conflict in Skull Valley, Utah
  • Amerindians ; Colonialism ; Conflict ; Cultural landscape ; Environment ; Land ; Land use ; Social justice ; Sovereignty ; Tribe ; United States of America ; Utah
  • The A. analyses a land-use dispute over the Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians' decision to host a high-level radioactive waste facility on their reservation in Tooele County, Utah. By elucidating the historical geography of Skull Valley
  • and politics of tribal sovereignty, the A. argues that a prolonged process of historical colonialism has produced a landscape of injustice in which the tribe's choices have been structurally limited. Conflict over the definition and practice of tribal
  • The use of lexicographic goal programming in economic/ecological conflict analysis
  • Audiovisual ; Conflict ; Cuba ; Geopolitics ; International relations ; International trade
  • A review of the film, Cuba at the crossroads, produced by the Center for Defense Information, a non-governmental organization in Washington, D.C. The 29-minute film is a balanced look at Cuba as of 1996 and its ongoing conflict with the United
  • States. Film focuses on the Helms-Burton Law, which strengthened the US embargo against Cuba, and is highly critical of it. A. recommends the moderately priced film for classroom use. - (SLD)