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  • Scientific realism, geography and economics. Essay symposium
  • Les conceptions du réalisme en géographie humaine. Les implications de visions plus larges du réalisme, qui prédominent dans la littérature philosophique. Le réalisme et la nature de la théorie : une leçon de J H von Thünen pour les économistes et
  • In the Netherlands, it appears to be possible to reach a scientific consensus on future developments in economy as well as on the environmental impacts of these developments. It is necessary to have a vision on the dynamics of environmental
  • Nueva visión de la expedición que mandó Alejandro Malaspina (1789-1795)
  • Une nouvelle vision de l'expédition commandée par Alejandro Malaspina (1789-1795)
  • Argentina ; Coastal environment ; Eighteenth Century ; Falkland Islands ; Historical geography ; Historical mapping ; History of geography ; History of sciences ; Island ; Scientific expedition ; South America
  • Visions of La Géographie Humaine in twentieth-century France
  • Diffusion ; France ; Geographical knowkedge ; History of geography ; Human geography ; Scientific publication ; Twentieth Century
  • Jean Bruhnes et Pierre Deffontaines ont proposé une vision de la géographie humaine non conforme à celle proclamée par Vidal de la Blache et ses disciples. Après avoir retracé la carrière de ces deux géographes, l'A. étudie le réseau de relations
  • to construct a more optimistic vision for the future of the globe than that which is often delivered. They argue for a critical re-reading of the results of certain scientific analyses and offer nuanced interpretations of such issues as eco-catastrophism
  • Contrary to the messages of impending environmental gloom and disaster widely projected in the media, the fifteen contributors to this book argue that countless scientific issues are not as clear-cut as is often suggested, hence it is possible
  • The fraud committed by Prometheus to Zeus in order to help mankind tell us that the appearances it transmits to us also persuasive and performing vision of the world. Starting from these thoughts inspired by a myth, the article addresses some issues
  • related to the scientific statute of human geography as it has been developed in the last decades through several bifurcation. - (NF)
  • Argentina ; Geographical information ; Historical account ; History of geography ; Practice of geography ; Scientific publication ; Société de géographie ; Twentieth Century
  • Une vision du processus de consolidation de cette Société géographique née en 1922 : nom et objectifs, oeuvre (publications, réunions scientifiques, prix attribués, cours organisés, rapports internationaux, filiales). - (MZ)
  • A scientific approach in geography
  • Belgium ; Communication ; Fieldtrip ; Information ; Scientific publication ; Teaching of geography
  • L’A. met en évidence divers aspects de l’enseignement de la géographie développés à travers la revue De Aardrijkskunde : des informations de base, une vision de mesures de prudence, des excursions, la préparation des matières, la formation des
  • in order to identify recurring genres of maps that are used in territorial and geopolitical controversies. The types of maps produced embody different levels of institutional and scientific authority; they possess different substances and designs
  • geopolitical visions.
  • Ecuador ; Epistemology ; Perception ; Photography ; Scientific expedition
  • Le fonds Hans Meyer aux archives de géographie de Leipzig contient aussi des informations sur son expédition de 1903 en Equateur. De nombreux extraits de texte tirés du journal de bord original et des photographies du voyage donnent une vision
  • The protection of nature in the USSR: scientific and organizational principles
  • Planning and conducting federally funded scientific research in Nigeria
  • The impact of scientific research on Australian rural productivity
  • Contribution of Australian scientific research activity to agricultural productivity for Australian agriculture. The utilisation of a distributed lag function to describe the research/productivity relationship suggested a mean lag of approximately 6
  • Scientific and technological potentials in developing countries as national and international economic factors
  • The development of a national scientific and technological potential in developing countries is a vital aspect in their sphere of social and economic life. The authors compare these potentials in different regions of the earth. - (IH)
  • Geography and socio-political transition : challenges and opportunities for professional and scientific societies in South Africa
  • The role of professional and scientific societies in the transformation of South African society are outlined. The specific challenges to the geographical community are then examined to offer a role for the new unified South African Society
  • The integrated scientific expedition to the Hoh Xil Region of Qinghai Province
  • Biogeography ; China ; Environment ; Fauna ; Geomorphology ; Human impact ; Nature conservation ; Nature reserve ; Physical geography ; Scientific expedition ; Vegetation
  • AN INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC REASONING IN GEOGRAPHY
  • DISCUSSES THE RATIONALE, STRATEGIES, AND PROCEDURES OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN GEOGRAPHY. AMONG TOPICS COVERED: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE PURPOSE OF INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH AND THE LONG-TERM GOALS OF THE DISCIPLINE: THEORY BUILDING FOR KNOWLEDGE
  • The contribution of Czech scientists of the natural scientific knowledge of Australia. Presented on the occasion of the 26th International Geographical Congress in Sydney
  • A survey of the works of J. DANES, K. DOMIN, J. BAUM, J. MOSCHELESOVA and other Czech natural scientists about Australia. Brief information on the Czechoslovak scientific expedition to Australia realized by author in 1969. - (MS)
  • The location of early scientific letter writers, nonspecialized scientific societies, and the place of publication of scientific periodicals are mapped to show the spread of science in Europe and colonial North America. - (D. W. Gade).