Cultural landscapes

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  • Tuyển tập những bài báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học hay nhất được đăng trên tạp chí JOURNAL OF FOREST SCIENCE đề tài: Development of tertiary roads in the Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape"...

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  • Laura Graham (2006) recently wrote that anthropologists are obligated to promote human rights and social justice. Her call to action, especially among vulnerable communities, is one felt in many disciplines. We take particular pleasure in the range of fields represented in this volume on cultural heritage and human rights: anthropology and archeology (Hugo Benavides, Jan French, Charles Orser, Anne Pyburn, Helaine Silverman, Laurajane Smith, Larry Zimmerman), architectural and landscape history (D. Fairchild Ruggles), landscape architecture and geography (James L. Wescoat, Jr.

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  • When asked where landscape architects work, many people might point out their back door to the garden. It would be more accurate, however, to look out the front door. The landscape is anywhere and everywhere outdoors, and landscape architects are shaping the face of the Earth across cities, towns and countryside alike. Landscape architecture involves shaping and managing the physical world and the natural systems that we inhabit. Landscape architects do design gardens, but what is critical is that the garden, or any other outdoor space, is seen in context.

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  • Landscapes of a New Cultural Economy of Space is the fifth volume of the series. Focusing on the transformations and changes in human life that influence landscape development, the book presents ‘landscape’ as the interface of human-environment interrelationships where the different processes of change are perceived and expressed. Theano Terkenli and Anne-Marie d’Hauteserre use this approach as a way to introduce a collection of contemporary discussions in landscape research and geography which look specifically at the cultural transformation and representation of landscapes.

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  • THOUGHTFUL OBSERVERS of global ecosystems cannot fail to see that we live in a world dominated by humans.We cannot stand apart from nature, and now nature as we know it cannot stand apart from us. Faced with dawning clarity about this new relationship, we are uncertain of what to do.

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  • Visiting a nice lake is like going to a grocery store that has everything. But what happens if the lake is lacking an item or two? Maybe one or more lake projects can address the need. Although this book has several hundred project ideas, many of them are updated project ideas that have been previously conducted one way or another. For example, dredging has been occurring for over 4000 years. Fish culture, aquatic plant management (using handpulling techniques), and waste disposal are also thousands of years old....

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  • When I saw the plans, my immediate impression was.... unbelievable. I thought this can’t be The Cotswolds. It must be California or Switzerland or anywhere else on the globe where good, modern architecture seems to happen naturally. But I was wrong. It is believable and it’s really happening in Gloucestershire. Masterpiece architecture is exciting enough wherever it is built, but there’s something extraordinary here.We are in the deeply conservative English countryside.

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  • This book explores the diversity of topics related to radiometric dating, with particular emphasis on the method of radiocarbon dating and a cross-check of its results with luminescence measurements. Chemistry and the global carbon cycle is an essential element of life on Earth, because carbon is a component of every living cell, plants and animals. The radioactive isotope 14C was found useful for dating, for which in 1960 Willard Frank Libby received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

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  • This discourse participates, in turn, in a broader discourse of accumulation, the irrevocable flow of advertisements interwoven with the Oscar show itself. While these high-priced advertisements—ads during Oscar telecasts, like Superbowl ads, are often themselves celebrated as elaborately produced showcases—are for a variety of products, their metonymic linkage to the film history montage overdetermines the montage’s celebration of spectatorship as accumulation and consumption.

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  • Protected areas remain the fundamental building blocks of virtually all national and international conservation strategies, supported by governments and international institutions such as the Convention on Biological Diversity.

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  • Chinese Pagodas: Were they influenced by Hindu Temple architecture? are a dominant and attractive feature of the cultural landscape of china. These towering, multi‐ tiered structures generally have an odd number of tiers (between 3 and 15) signifying the many levels of heaven inhabited by the buddhas.

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  • With about 17.000 ha acreage, Ben En National Park has much dominance about nature landscape, the bioscience variety there is high.And it is the habitat of ethnic compatriot M ng, Thái… Tươ he spirit cultural life is copious, the traditional festivals which have much the national culture character is now still being preserved. All are the favourable conditions to develop tourism.

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  • In essays with settings that range from the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, to the mountain town of Leadville, Colorado, to the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, Trudy Dittmar weaves personal experience with diverse threads of subject matter to create unexpected connections between human nature and nature at large. Life stories, elegantly combined with mindful observations of animals, plants, landscape and the skies, theories in natural science, environmental considerations, and touches of art criticism and popular culture, offer insights into the linked analogies of nature and soul....

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  • These accounts measure the capacity or potential of ecosystems to deliver ecosystem services in a sustainable way. Typical indicators are Landscape Ecosystem Potential (LEP), Green Accessible Landscape Infrastructure (GALI) and Rivers Ecosystem Potential (REP).

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  • Green Infrastructure Neighbourhood Ecosystem Services (GINES) is derived from Tables [D] and [E]. It is an over-arching indicator which assumes a direct relationship between ecosystem health and the availability of regulating and cultural ecosystem services. Its calculation takes into account the fact that landscape artificial intensity reduces the supply of green infrastructure services and, at the same time, increases the number of potential beneficiaries (because of neighbourhood or easier access by transport infrastructures).

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  • Development of the initiative required investment of the organization’s discretionary funding which would have to be diverted from programmatic support. It was estimated that it would take three years before these efforts produced a meaningful return on investment, if ever. In 2001, PSI granted Roberts and her team limited funding and internal support to launch YouthAIDS. YouthAIDS grew dramatically to become a multi-million dollar education and prevention program.

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  • But then another side of the issue comes to the fore. The landscapes that we ordinarily know are not pristine nature, but cultivated landscapes, rural or pastoral, with their towns and cities. Over the centuries, people have worked out their geography with multiple kinds of industry and perception, mixing nature and culture in diverse ways, no doubt some better, some worse. But who is to say that a science-based appreciation is the only right one? 9 Nature as seen by science is just the way we Westerners currently 'constitute' our world—so the phenomenologists may say.

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  • In this section, we aim to use a comparative analysis between the Arab Region and the rest of the world to assess the current state of the media industry and identify key opportunities for growth. We will assess the similarities between the media industry in the Arab Region and the global landscape, such as changing consumption trends, the evolution of new platforms and new monetisation models.

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  • Hoang Lien National Park, what is located in Sa Pa District, Lao Cai Province, has been planned to develop priority in ecological tourism because the park is composed by many ecological systems with the most diversiform biology in Vietnam. Here exists many endemic species, beautiful landscapes, as well as typical cultures of local inhabitants. According to statistical data, the number of tourism arrivals to the area grew up rapidly. Since 2000 to 2006, the figure was increased by 39.1%. There was a continual increase in its tourism revenue as well as diversity in its effective tours.

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  • Careers for Nature Lovers and Other Outdoor Types takes an enticing look at the possibilities and training requirements for dozens of jobs. The book provides expert advice on how readers can put their love for Mother Nature to work in the career of their dreams.

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