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  • Arachnofaune ; Belgique ; Brabant, prov. ; Géographie physique ; Walenboscomplex ; Zoogéographie
  • A review of a research project on the arachnofauna of the litter layer, which was executed by use of pitfall traps, is given. At the Walenboscomplex (prov. Brabant, Belgium) a number of different ecotopes were sampled. A first species list
  • 1978
  • Bazar ; Fes, prov. ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Marché local ; Maroc ; Sefrou
  • 1978
  • A comprehensive geotechnical survey for the offshore extention of Zeebrugge harbour illustrates some possibilities and limitations of seismic profiling in Belgian offshore areas and proves a striking example of its successful integration
  • 1978
  • Belgique ; Cambrien ; Discordance angulaire ; Ere primaire ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Géologie régionale ; Liège, prov. ; Stavelot, massif ; Tectonique
  • 1978
  • can be solved, but it seems that exotic species may prove superior in growth and yield. (EMS).
  • 1978
  • population and traffic counts as predictors of retail sales prove to be highly effective. Although an additional variable, distance from metropolis, is included in the multivariate model when applied to a group of cities surrounding Springfield, Illinois
  • 1978
  • not meet the requirements and possibilities of the receiving regions. Besides: the relocated establishments proved to be very sensitive to conjuncture. In economically unfavourable times only a kind of suburbanisation remains. (AGD).
  • 1978
  • The development in the most strongly urbanized countries prove that the population concentration is an historically limited process. A hundred years ago, Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia had a higher natural growth rate than Slovakia, so
  • 1978
  • The zonality of heat, water, air and salt regimes in the loessy hilly land of Trnava, being described, has proved that mountain-adjacent soil zonality came into being prevailingly owing to the climatic factor conditioned by geomorphology
  • 1978
  • Economie régionale ; Emploi ; Finances publiques ; Frosinone, prov. ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Italie ; Lazio ; Monographie régionale ; Potentiel économique ; Territoire
  • 1978
  • Crevillente ; Elche ; Espagne ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrialisation ; Urbanisation ; Valencia, prov. ; Ville
  • 1978
  • Artisanat ; Commercialisation ; Firenze, prov. ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Italie ; Production ; Toscana
  • 1978
  • 1850-1914 ; Canada ; Fonction urbaine ; Histoire de la géographie ; Histoire urbaine ; Hiérarchie ; Lieux centraux ; Québec, prov.
  • 1978
  • During 1973 and 1974 an analysis has been made of a 30km transect between Beernem and Tielt (Belgium, Prov. West-Flanders). This transect covers the transition from the podzols in the north to the agricultural landscape on more loamy soils
  • 1978
  • of the suburban zone of Utrecht proves to be at about 30 minutes drives by car from the city-centre. Though this zone is relatively restricted, differences in distance still have some influence. (AGD).
  • 1978
  • (1951-1976) ; Brescia, prov. ; Communication ; Coutellerie ; Croissance urbaine ; Fabrication métallique ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Industrie ; Italie ; Localisation ; Lombardia ; Lumezzane ; Transport ; Urbanisation ; Ville
  • 1978
  • a concentrated urbanization (without however opposing the natural liking of the inhabitants for individual homes) and at curbing the depopulation of town centres. But it proves of little efficiency when attempting at reducing the effects of the social segregation
  • 1978
  • Alpes ; Alpi ; Como, prov. ; Europe ; Géographie physique ; Italie ; Lac ; Lac proglaciaire ; Quaternaire ; Quaternaire morphologie ; Rovagnate ; Sédimentation ; Würm
  • 1978
  • characteristics, the action of larger mammals, the more or less plainlike character of the terrain, and wind erosion. The latter is considered the most important factor and most pans in fact prove to be deflation hollows. At present wind erosion is not effective
  • 1978