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  • Popular belief is that urbanisation has increased substantially in the new South Africa, when, in fact, patterns of internal migration have remained static since the late 1970s. Internal migration patterns have been under-researched since the easing of restrictions in 1990. This study fills the gap drawing on census and other secondary data.

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  • Osaka and Kyoto are not far apart and together they constitute a great opportunity of seeing one of Japan's largest and most modern cities, Osaka, and Japan's stronghold of history and culture, Kyoto. Osaka is Japan's second largest urbanised area after Tokyo-Yokohama and the metropolis offers everything you can possibly want from a modern big city. Next to the skyscrapers lie beautiful historic buildings as witnesses of the city's rich past, e.g. the Osaka Castle, an example of true Japanese architecture....

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  • Publication of this book is a milestone for the Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. It demonstrates the Council's unique capacity to bring together water and sanitation professionals from industrialised and developing countries to formulate practical guidance on a key issue of the day. Industrialised countries have extensive experience of the problems caused by water pollution and the strategies and technologies available to control it.

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  • Mitigation of Multipath E€ects We have seen in Chapters 4 and 5 that buildings and other obstacles in built-up areas act as scatterers of the signal, and because of the interaction between the various incoming component waves, the resultant signal at the mobile antenna is subject to rapid and deep fading. The fading is most severe in heavily built-up areas such as city centres, and the signal envelope often follows a Rayleigh distribution over short distances in these heavily cluttered regions.

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  • About three-quarters of people with schizophrenia suffer recurrent relapses and continued disability. Outcome appears to be worse in people with the following factors: 1) an insidious onset of symptoms where initial treatment is delayed; 2) social isolation; 3) a strong family history of schizophrenia or other major mental disorder; 4) people living in industrialised countries and urbanised communities; 5) men appear to fair worse than women; and 6) in those people who misuse drugs especially cannabis, and possibly from an early age under 16 years (Jablensky et al 1992).

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  • Agriculture faces the enormous challenge o producing globally almost 50% more food b 2030 and doubling production by 2050. Thi will likely need to be achieved with less wat mainly because of growing pressures from urbanisation, industrialisation and climate change. In this context, it will be important in the future for farmers to receive the right signals to increase water use efficiency and improve agricultural water management, wh preserving aquatic ecosystems.

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  • In a world where the population is expected to rise to 10 billion by the turn of the century, accelerating urbanisation and the increasing the demand for food and energy; taking action to secure sufficient water of acceptable quality for humans and nature is as urgent as ever. Climate change is projected to aggravate water stress in many regions, especially where water is already scarce and where the demand for water is growing rapidly. Increased frequency of floods is also projected.

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  • There is a global trend of falling household sizes over time, though an international comparison quickly reveals that this reduction is not uniform across countries. Apart from tradition, economic variables are influential in determining how many people live together in one household. We have tried to capture this relationship with a pooled cross-section of 38 countries and data for different years between 1960 and 2006. The dependent variable is the average household size.

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  • The urban-rural meta-narrative seems likely to have a generally positive impact on these D-P types, as they are net gainers in terms of population and economic activity, due both to counter-urbanisation and in-migration from remoter regions. The Globalisation meta narrative (here interpreted mainly in terms of economic restructuring effects) is also likely to have predominantly positive impacts upon these types of non-urban region.

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  • Population growth and inter-regional migration have been and will be significant drivers for the Turkish real estate markets. The last census counted a population of roughly 70.6 m at the end of 2007, significantly less than previously forecast from the census 2000 data. Nevertheless, the population is growing at a fast pace com- pared to most industrialised countries. In addition, two further trends are noteworthy. Urbanisation is advancing and migration patterns within Turkey favour economically burgeoning provinces.

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  • We are all explorers. Even as tiny children we search out the limits of our world. A few years on, our imagination stretches further: fingers batting at a giddy plastic globe … a spinning top, gaudy with colour, representing perhaps the most ambitious idea possible, the world. Geography is a fundamental fascination. It is also a core component of a good education. Yet a lot of people are not too sure what it is. They stumble over the question ‘What is geography?’ Perhaps they are worried by the scale and the implications of the obvious answer. For geography is about the world.

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  • In Istanbul we also committed ourselves to the goal of sustainable human settlements in an urbanising world by developing societies that will make efficient use of resources within the carrying capacity of ecosystems. In Norway - as in most industrialised countries – there is an increasing awareness of the importance of environmental protection. There are many examples of “good practices” and environmental sound conduct.

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  • The migration of the blacks from the Southern States to those offering them better opportunities is nothing new. The objective here, therefore, will be not merely to present the causes and results of the recent movement of the Negroes to the North but to connect this event with the periodical movements of the blacks to that section, from about the year 1815 to the present day.

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