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Land use patterns are seen as a result of long-term interaction between humans and natural Land utilization in East-Central Europe case studies.
book. Practical applications of land use research are discussed, namely with regard to land management and policy and land use planning.
Later, the history of land use in the world is outlined. Four scientists that contributed most to land use Author: Ivan Bičík, Lucie Kupková, Leoš Jeleček, Jan Kabrda, Přemysl Štych, Zbyněk Janoušek, Jana Winklerová.
Użytkowanie ziemi i rolnictwo w krajach Europy Środkowo-wschodniej: wyniki badań na terenie Macedonii, Serbii, Bułgarii i Czech = Land utilization and farming in East-Central Europe: case studies from Macedonia, Serbia, Bułgaria and Bohemia = Land utilization and farming in East-Central Europe.
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This volume contains 20 papers read at the meeting of the Commission for Agricultural Typology of the International Geographical Union, held in New Delhi in December, during the XXI International Geographical Congress.
First, the Chairman of the Commission for Agricultural Typology, (J. Kostrowicki), reports on the Commission's komabraindeathcuba.com: Jerzy Kostrowicki, Wiesława Tyszkiewicz. Abstract. In the context of American geography's distinguished record in area studies around the world, East Central Europe stands out as a region that has attracted particular scrutiny over the time-span of activity by the Association of American komabraindeathcuba.com by: 1.
The goal of this Special Issue of the Yearbook of the Institute of East-Central Europe (IESW), co-edited by Marta Pachocka & Aleksandra Kuczyńska-Zonik, is to provide an in-depth analysis of. Land Grabbing in Europe. Socio-Cultural Externalities of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in East Germany an analysis of whether a particular case of land acquisition turns into a land grabbing.
Jan 19, · Holly Case, Reconstruction in East-Central Europe: Clearing the Rubble of Cold War Politics, Past Land reforms initiated a considerable shift in the distribution of land holdings by decreasing the number of mega-estates (+ yokes) and increasing the number of small holdings (0– yokes).
The authors of an book on Ottoman South Cited by: 2. The book includes conceptual chapters and covers a wide range of case studies including the geopolitics of oil control in the Middle East, Central Asia and Columbia, spaces of governance and 'petro-violence' in Nigeria and 'blood diamonds' and other minerals associated with conflicts in Sierra Leone and the Congo.
How will that process be aided or disrupted by international developments in the East and West. And how will central Europe relate to united Germany.
Based on original field research this book offers, through more than a dozen case studies, a cautiously optimistic set of answers to these questions. Mazur M.,Specificity and challenges of agriculture within Central-East Europe peripheries. Case study of the Visegrad countries area, [w:] Red.
Jerzy Bański, Three decades of transformation in the East-Central European countryside, Springer, Cham, s. Improving research potential of the Institution for Land Utilization, Technology and Regional Development on the field of GIS, precision agriculture, land use and regional development (UD_AGR_REPO) Additional Volume 6 Case Studies Report, Contemporary changes of agriculture in East-Central Europe, Rural Studies [Studia Obszarów.
The case study by Khan () can be compared with studies from other areas of the Himalaya, especially the eastern, in terms of the potential for linking endemism and ecosystem services (Samant and Dhar, ; Aumeeruddy, ; Kala, ; Qureshi et al., b) and could lead the way in developing a robust approach to critically evaluate the Cited by: Focusing on the ways traditional people perceive and manage land and biotic resources within diverse regional and cultural settings, the contributors address theoretical issues and present case studies from North America, Mexico, Amazonia, tropical Asia, Africa and Europe.
Subjects: Environmental Studies Development Studies General Anthropology. The preparation, editing, and display of the IEU entries featuring the land and history of middle and eastern Podilia were made possible by the financial support of the IVAN AND ZENOVIA BOYKO ENDOWMENT FUND at the CANADIAN INSTITUTE OF UKRAINIAN STUDIES (Edmonton, AB.
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The intention of Dr. Jacques May's Studies in medical geography is to explore " the ecologic problems involved in nutrition ". The 5 countries covered by the present study lie on the banks of the Danube. Neighbouring countries were covered in an earlier volume on East-Central Europe [this Bulletin,v.
39, ] and previous volumes covered the Farr and Near East [Trop. Dis. Bull. komabraindeathcuba.com: Jacques M. May. Publications included on this database are subject to change without notice due to contractual agreements with publishers.
Coverage dates shown are the intended dates only and may not yet match those on the product. Natural Resources and Conflict in Africa is the first book to offer a detailed look at conflict over various natural resources in several African countries. Abiodun Alao undertakes this broad survey by categorizing natural resources into four groups: land [including agricultural.
This report documents several case studies of how agencies used work zone intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to mitigate safety and mobility issues in work zones. The goal of this Freight and Land Use handbook is to provide transportation and land use planning practitioners in the public and private sectors with the tools and.
In this book I seek to follow his advice and use the terms employed in self-description by the people themselves. It seems to me that the principal term used in Wislok and the surrounding region until well into the twentieth century was Rus (with Rusnak the proper noun denoting an individual.
Introduction. The lands of Eastern Europe—often referred to somewhat vaguely as east-central Europe and central Europe 1 —have attracted considerable scholarly attention since the end of World War II.
The last twenty years, in particular, have seen the emergence of a large and diverse literature on that area of the world, ranging from social and political histories, to investigations of. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
He has taught regular history courses on Poland and East Central Europe for SCANS, as well as have offered several courses specifically on films from these countries, particularly films made during the communist period, Formerly his history specialty was on 19th and 20th Continental Europe, with his research and writing focused on Germany.
This study examines the expansion of a German free-float car-sharing company in Hungary from financial and sustainability perspectives. BMW and Daimler recently created the joint ventures ShareNow, ChargeNow, ReachNow, FreeNow, and ParkNow, which are having a significant global impact, as their services are now available in 14 different komabraindeathcuba.com: Árpád Tóth, Cecília Szigeti.
Stuart A. Harris (August 29th ). The Role that Diastrophism and Climatic Change Have Played in Determining Biodiversity in Continental North America, Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization in a Diverse World, Gbolagade Akeem Lameed, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from:Cited by: 1.
Jan 01, · AbstractFor comprehensive utilization of powder quartz, a detailed mineralogical analysis is needed. In this paper, the minerals collected from a powder quartz deposit in Yunnan Province and its purification products were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), chemical composition, and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) analyses.
The raw powder quartz deposit had a simple mineral Cited by: 2. Land ownership is determined by the village headman, and is constantly changing. With births, marriages, and deaths come changes in one’s land allotment.
Sometimes a husband and wife will have their own land, while sometimes they will share, in which case. The author shows that the case demonstrates a legal justice system caught between the state and the church's efforts to regulate popular behaviour and local practices and ideas of morality.
The case also offers an example of how justice operated at the local level and outlines the difficulty of bringing order and morality to rural communities. The book includes worked-out examples, revision questions, exercise problems, and case studies, making it relevant for use as a textbook in graduate courses and professional development programs.
The book will serve well researchers, students, as well as professionals working in the area of hydroclimatology.McCarter J, Albert S. Case study on Zaira Community, Vangunu Island, Western Province (Solomon Islands) Pp In IUCN WCPA, IUCN Task Force on Other Effective Area-Based Conservation Measures Collation of Case Studies ().A.
Vengosh, in Treatise on Geochemistry, Remediation and the Chemical Composition of Treated Water Resources. An explosive population growth will result in the conversion of prime agricultural land for urban uses and more marginal land being put into agricultural production.
Currently, 70% of the world’s freshwater use is for irrigated agriculture.