5 edition of Environment and Marginality in Geographical Space (In Association with IGU-Dynamics Marginal and Critical Regions) found in the catalog.
by Ashgate Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Roser Majoral (Editor), Heikki Jussila (Editor), Fernanda Delgado-Cravidao (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||306|
This book is a critique as well as a systematic documentation of the experiences and debates of the contested marginality across South Asia in general, and Indian society in particular, across time-space continuum. It reflects the dialectics of social justice and multiple forms of marginalization. Perceptions of Marginality Theoretical Issues and Regional Perceptions of Marginality in Geographical Space Routledge social and environmental problems along with studying the human response to global change and its implications for marginalization.
Universal Ontology of Geographic Space: Semantic Enrichment for Spatial Data aims to escalate the current scope of research to support the development of semantically interoperable systems of geographic space. This reference will aid university lecturers and professors, students, researchers, developers of spatial applications. Biogeography is the study of the distribution of species and ecosystems in geographic space and through geological sms and biological communities often vary in a regular fashion along geographic gradients of latitude, elevation, isolation and habitat area. Phytogeography is the branch of biogeography that studies the distribution of plants.
Book Description: Throughout history some areas have been less attractive for living and farming than others. These areas are identified as marginal because of environmental, economic or socio-political factors. How can we recognise marginality in the archaeological record? How particularly can environmental remains be interpreted? 1 Spatial marginality is also referred as geographical or physical marginality in the literature (IGU, ; is important to understand the complexity of marginality in a given space. Focussing on Marginality: Concepts and their Size: KB.
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An examination of environment and marginality in geographical space. It discusses the issue of marginalization from the point of view of the environment by using the viewpoints of land use, landscape and development.
Get this from a library. Environment and Marginality in Geographical Space: Issues of Land Use, Territorial Environment and Marginality in Geographical Space book and Development at the Dawn of New Millennium: Issues of Land Use, Territorial Marginalization and Development at the Dawn of New Millennium.
An examination of globalization and marginality in geographical space, it discusses the issue of marginalization and the effects that economic globalization have on marginal and critical regions from the point of view of politics and policies and the shift from economic to Cited by: 7.
Globalization and Marginality in Geographical Space: Political, Economic and Social Issues of Development in the New Millennium (In Association With Igu - Dynamics of Marginal and Critical Regions) [Heikki Jussila, Roser Majoral, Fernanda Delgado-Cravidao] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
It discusses population development and sustainability, as well as environment and sustainability, from the point of view of regional development.
It also examines globalization and the role of education in encouraging a sustainable path of development. Book chapter: Environment and marginality in geographical space: issues of land use, territorial marginalization and development in the new millennium pp ref.6 Abstract: This paper looks at the spatial spread spread Subject Category: PropertiesAuthor: P.
Nossa, R. Majoral, H. Jussila, F. Delgado-Cravidão. Sustainable Development and Geographical Space. Sustainable Development and Geographical Space book. Issues of Population, Environment, Globalization and Education in Marginal Regions. Spatial shifts in production and consumption - marginality patteras in Author: Heikki Jussila, Roser Majoral.
The relationship between geographic peripherality (distance to geographic range centre/[distance to geographic range centre + distance to hull of minimum convex polygon around all known localities]) and environmental marginality in North American populations of Arabidopsis lyrata.
(a) The average predicted suitability of sites declines with increasing peripherality in all major Cited by: 3. As a characteristic, geographic marginalization is not static in space and time; socio-economic changes such as globalization, deindustrialization, or economic transition can cause profound and.
This book series Perspectives on Geographical Marginality comprehensively overviews research, on areas and communities impacted by processes of marginalization as a result of globalization, economic, environmental, political and social series seeks to discuss and determine what is geographical marginality by inviting leading international experts to publish theoretical and applied.
Abstract. Living in a totally interconnected world where neoliberal economic thinking prevails, humanity faces two major challenges for the future: an on-going disequilibrium of the ecosystem, of which global warming is but one element, and a growing gap between the rich and the poor, which persists despite considerable international : Raghubir Chand, Walter Leimgruber.
Environment, Space, Place is a peer-reviewed transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of environmental, spatial, and place-oriented dimensions of knowledge.
It fosters open yet rigorous exchange among scholars from various fields who engage these common themes, from environmental philosophy to architectural theory, historical geography to the history of science.
National Geographic publishes best-selling and award-winning nonfiction books for all ages. This book series Perspectives on Geographical Marginality comprehensively overviews research, on areas and communities impacted by processes of marginalization as a result of globalization, economic, environmental, political and social change.
This series seeks to discuss and determine what is geographical marginality by inviting leading international experts to publish theoretical and applied.
This, the second book in the series ‘Perspectives of Geographical Marginality’, seeks to extend the academic debate on these issues through a particular focus on, as the title suggests.
The Geography of Tourism and Recreation: Environment, Place and Space | Colin Michael Hall; Stephen Page | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. He is a member of international editorial advisory board of Geographiska Annaler, series B.
He also published the book “Environmental Struggle in Taiwan” with professor J.F. Williams at Michigan State University in He was a Professor at National Taiwan University, where he taught at the Department of Geography from to Chapter Space and Place John Agnew (University of California, Los Angeles) in J.
Agnew and D. Livingstone (eds.) Handbook of Geographical Knowledge. London: Sage, (forthcoming) The question of space and place in geographical knowledge is ultimately not just aboutFile Size: KB.
tural determinants of marginality, and ﬁnally (5) spatial scales of analysis of marginality. Typology of marginality Marginality is a complex condition of disadvantage which individuals and communities experience as a result of vulnerabilities that may arise from unfa-vourable environmental, cultural, social, political and economic factors.
(). Slums, Ghettos, and Urban Marginality. Urban Geography: Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 5. 11 Nonfiction Books About The Environment You Need To Read To Better Understand The Global Crisis. By E. Ce Miller. Aug. 8, I know it’s been insanely difficult to stay on task this.Explores Byron as the figurehead of Romanticism and the writer of provocatively 'marginal' texts.
This book approaches Byron from a completely new angle: no longer seen in terms of his status as a celebrity and a star on the book-selling market, Byron is instead seen as an outsider both in Regency society and, even more so, for his iconoclastic views of life and literature.
Just as, in Nigel Thrift’s words, space is the ‘fundamental stuff of human geography’, time, one might add, is the ‘stuff’ of history. 1 While this separation seems neat, historians tend to study time and place as parallel concepts; when they merge, spatial history (and historical geography) follows.
Important within spatial history are the concepts of ‘place’ (that is, physical Cited by: 5.