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Urbanization Mediterranean (Acta Hyperborea)

by Damgaard Andersen

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Published by Museum Tusculanum .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European archaeology,
  • Middle & Near Eastern archaeology,
  • Urban communities,
  • World history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Mediterranean Sea,
  • Archaeology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages467
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13426494M
    ISBN 108772894121
    ISBN 109788772894126

    Mediterranean peri-urban areas can play an important role contributing to the supply of some ES to near urban areas (air quality regulation, timber, wood fuel and religious and spiritual experience). However, general trends indicated a decrease of ES supply due to land cover changes in Mediterranean peri-urban areas, induced by nearby by: This book brings together historic urban / building rules and codes for the geographic areas including Greece, Italy and Spain. The author achieved his ambitious goal of finding pertinent rules and codes that were followed in previous societies for the processes that formed the built environment of their towns and cities, including building activities at the neighborhood level and the decision Brand: Springer Netherlands.

    The contribution shares the approach of critical urban studies that have conceptualized urbanization more as a process than as a sum of spatial forms. Thus, the contribution studies the urbanization process not only from the point of view of the physical occupation of land but also considers changes in the intensity of the uses of space. To fulfill this aim, the new sources of nocturnal Cited by: 2. Urbanisation and town management in the Mediterranean countries Evaluation and perspectives for sustainable urban development Claude CHALINE 1 Blue Plan Introduction to the issues and concerns of this report In most cities across the world, social demands are more differentiated, more intenseFile Size: 1MB.

    García-Nieto AP, Geijzendorffer I, Baró F, Roche P, Bondeau A, Cramer W () Impacts of urbanization around Mediterranean cities: changes in ecosystem service supply. Ecological Indicators, 91, Go to article Highlights We assessed the impact of urbanisation on ES supply over the period – The peri-urban area of 12 Mediterranean cities in Europe and North Africa was . The study was conducted in the city of Patras (38° 14′ N, 21° 44′ E; total area = km 2), the third largest city of Greece (approx. , inhabitants; ELSTAT, ).The city is located in SW Greece, delimited by the sea to the north and Mount Panachaikon ( m a.s.l.) to the south ().The climate is typical Mediterranean, characterized by a long dry period and a mild winter Author: Olga Tzortzakaki, Vassiliki Kati, Maria Panitsa, Evangelos Tzanatos, Sinos Giokas.


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