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International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, ISSN 1660-4601, 06/2011, Volume 8, Issue 6, pp. 2470 - 2490
Journal Article
WILEY INTERDISCIPLINARY REVIEWS-WATER, ISSN 2049-1948, 09/2016, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp. 629 - 657
In spite of trying to understand processes in the same spatial domain, the catchment hydrology and water quality scientific communities are relatively... 
IN-STREAM PROCESSES | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | PREFERENTIAL FLOW | DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON | MACROPORE FLOW | CHARACTERIZING PHOSPHORUS | HIGH-RESOLUTION | HIGH-FREQUENCY | LAND-USE | WATER RESOURCES | RESIDENCE TIMES | SOLUTE TRANSPORT | Life Sciences
Journal Article
02/2011, ISBN 1405189819, 11
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Context Cattle Depot Artist Village, Hong Kong Chinatown, Singapore Conclusion References 
cultural space, in global cities in Asia, Hong Kong and Singapore ‐ local places, turned to cultural use | challenges, confronting sustainability of Cattle Depot Artist Village ‐ lack of clarity of official responsibility, and broken chains of governance | culture‐led urban regeneration and cultural/creative economy ‐ cultural investment, valued because of urban and economic regeneration | Cattle Depot Artist Village, Hong Kong ‐ a cattle slaughterhouse, in former British colony | cultural investment in urban and economic growth ‐ space for cultural use | Chinatown, Singapore's inscription of “Chineseness” ‐ roots in colonial urban planning | global cities, and cultural spaces ‐ vibrancy and viability of spaces, vitality of global cities | cultural clusters in heritage sites, Hong Kong and Singapore ‐ sustainable cultural spaces in global cities | global cities, networked nodes ‐ multiple and intensive global flows of people, goods, services, ideas and images | urban spaces, economic and cultural flows ‐ characterizing global city | Cultural clusters in heritage sites, Hong Kong and Singapore - sustainable cultural spaces in global cities | Challenges, confronting sustainability of Cattle Depot Artist Village - lack of clarity of official responsibility, and broken chains of governance | Cultural investment in urban and economic growth - space for cultural use | Cultural space, in global cities in Asia, Hong Kong and Singapore - local places, turned to cultural use | Chinatown, Singapore's inscription of "Chineseness" - roots in colonial urban planning | Culture-led urban regeneration and cultural/creative economy - cultural investment, valued because of urban and economic regeneration | Global cities, networked nodes - multiple and intensive global flows of people, goods, services, ideas and images | Urban spaces, economic and cultural flows - characterizing global city | Cattle Depot Artist Village, Hong Kong - a cattle slaughterhouse, in former British colony | Global cities, and cultural spaces - vibrancy and viability of spaces, vitality of global cities
Book Chapter
01/2009, ISBN 1405181133, 13
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Macroscale Mesoscale Microscale Discussion Conclusions Acknowledgements References 
northwestern Amazonian landscape ‐ representative landscape units characterizing Amazonia | composition and diversity of northwestern Amazonian rainforests in geoecological context | northwestern Amazonia physiography and plant diversity and composition patterns | mesoscale abiotic heterogeneity and spatial configuration of land units | northwestern Amazonia and mesoscale and macroscale equivalents | mesoscale abiotic heterogeneity ‐ in spatial configuration of land units | Northwestern Amazonia ‐ modelling Amazonian biodiversity in geoecological context | macroscale ‐ separating spatial from soil effects at wide regional scales | patterns in plant diversity and composition | Northwestern Amazonian landscape - representative landscape units characterizing Amazonia | Macroscale - separating spatial from soil effects at wide regional scales | Northwestern Amazonia and mesoscale and macroscale equivalents | Northwestern Amazonia physiography and plant diversity and composition patterns | Mesoscale abiotic heterogeneity - in spatial configuration of land units | Mesoscale abiotic heterogeneity and spatial configuration of land units | Composition and diversity of northwestern Amazonian rainforests in geoecological context | Patterns in plant diversity and composition | Northwestern Amazonia - modelling Amazonian biodiversity in geoecological context
Book Chapter
04/2011, ISBN 9780470749586, 13
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Spectral characteristics of urban surface materials Automated identification of urban surface materials... 
spectral characteristics of urban surface materials | categories for comprehensive urban material mapping ‐ and Anderson scheme | automated mapping approaches for urban environments ‐ exploiting spectral information content of hyperspectral imagery | image classification, process of assigning a specific category of interest to each image pixel | hyperspectral remote sensing in analyzing urban environment | spectral libraries, and spectral material characteristics ‐ stored in the form of spectra | automated multi‐step processing system ‐ for urban material mapping | hyperspectral imagery ‐ resolving material‐specific spectral reflection | spectral feature, specific spectral behavior ‐ two wavelength positions in reflectance spectrum | spatial inventories of surface materials ‐ thematic applications, mapping of imperviousness to characterizing thermal conditions | Automated multi-step processing system - for urban material mapping | Automated mapping approaches for urban environments - exploiting spectral information content of hyperspectral imagery | Spectral characteristics of urban surface materials | Hyperspectral imagery - resolving material-specific spectral reflection | Hyperspectral remote sensing in analyzing urban environment | Categories for comprehensive urban material mapping - and Anderson scheme | Spatial inventories of surface materials - thematic applications, mapping of imperviousness to characterizing thermal conditions | Spectral feature, specific spectral behavior - two wavelength positions in reflectance spectrum | Image classification, process of assigning a specific category of interest to each image pixel | Spectral libraries, and spectral material characteristics - stored in the form of spectra
Book Chapter
Global Biogeochemical Cycles, ISSN 0886-6236, 01/2008, Volume 22, Issue 1, pp. GB1003 - n/a
Agricultural activities have dramatically altered our planet's land surface. To understand the extent and spatial distribution of these changes, we have... 
Global Change | Impacts of global change | Biogeosciences | Data sets | Land cover change | agriculture | cropland | land use | pasture | land cover | global data | COVER | SATELLITE | CHINA | CROP PRODUCTION | MODIS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | CHARACTERIZING PATTERNS | EARTH SYSTEM | METEOROLOGY & ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES | CENSUS-DATA | CLIMATE | CROPLANDS
Journal Article
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, ISSN 1027-5606, 02/2016, Volume 20, Issue 2, pp. 625 - 632
Journal Article
Journal Article
04/2011, ISBN 1405189894, 12
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Multinatural Geographies Materiality/Life Cosmopolitics Implications for Geographies and Geographers... 
tales being followed, case made for unstable and relational ontologies ‐ new geographies and alternative relationships between science and politics | philosophers and social scientists, sustaining assaults ‐ upon dualistic ontology and objective epistemology of modern Science | idea of a singular Nature, essence of objects removed from Society and revealed by Science ‐ facing extinction | animation of subjectivity and recognition of co‐inhabitation ‐ embraced in recent work on animal studies | work concerned with immanence and vital materialism ‐ documenting methodological and epistemological problems, the virtual ‐ predicting, preventing or nurturing future emergence | implications for geographies and geographers | multinatural geographies ‐ multiple modalities of multinaturalism, animating more than human geography | disciplinary divisions, characterizing work of human geographers ‐ concerned with human‐nonhuman relations after the end of nature | geography and geographers ‐ disentangling matters of fact, concerns that put knowledge at risk | end of Nature, fertile ground ‐ for relational approaches to politics of nature/the environment | End of Nature, fertile ground-for relational approaches to politics of nature/the environment | Geography and geographers-disentangling matters of fact, concerns that put knowledge at risk | Tales being followed, case made for unstable and relational ontologies-new geographies and alternative relationships between science and politics | Idea of a singular Nature, essence of objects removed from Society and revealed by Science-facing extinction | Animation of subjectivity and recognition of co-inhabitation-embraced in recent work on animal studies | Disciplinary divisions, characterizing work of human geographers-concerned with human-nonhuman relations after the end of nature | Philosophers and social scientists, sustaining assaults-upon dualistic ontology and objective epistemology of modern Science | Implications for geographies and geographers | Multinatural geographies-multiple modalities of multinaturalism, animating more than human geography | Work concerned with immanence and vital materialism-documenting methodological and epistemological problems, the virtual-predicting, preventing or nurturing future emergence
Book Chapter
03/2010, ISBN 9780470288573, 28
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction: Area Objects Revisited Types of Area Object Geometric Properties of Areas Measuring Spatial... 
counterclockwise sequence | individual pixel level | characterizing autocorrelation | statistically significant | fragmentation
Book Chapter
02/2010, ISBN 9781405198615, 22
Bologna, perceiving Vasari's neglect of Naples ‐ its artistic culture as ‘unexplainable silence’ with destructive consequences | North Looks South, Giorgio Vasari and early modern visual culture ‐ in Kingdom of Naples | panoramic view of Naples in late fifteenth‐century cityscape ‐ Tavola Strozzi, city's splendid location in Bay of Naples | cultural and artistic wealth of early modern Naples ‐ not accorded much scholarly interest | Naples, through experience of foreigners ‐ from outside the regno | The Lives, Vasari setting up Italian and Tuscan paradigm ‐ one that could not cope with status of Naples as a world city | Vasari, sojourn in Rome ‐ sine qua non for a truly successful artist | Vasari, characterizing Venetian art through use of colour ‐ recognizing great Venetian artists, as Titian through this lens | Vasari's Neapolitan art and architecture ‐ neglect of southern Italian art within canon, lacking in artistic identity | lack of cultivation of Neapolitans ‐ worldly pleasures, detriment of appreciation of, and support for the arts | Panoramic view of Naples in late fifteenth-century cityscape - Tavola Strozzi, city's splendid location in Bay of Naples | Cultural and artistic wealth of early modern Naples - not accorded much scholarly interest | Vasari, sojourn in Rome - sine qua non for a truly successful artist | Bologna, perceiving Vasari's neglect of Naples - its artistic culture as 'unexplainable silence' with destructive consequences | Vasari, characterizing Venetian art through use of colour - recognizing great Venetian artists, as Titian through this lens | Vasari's Neapolitan art and architecture - neglect of southern Italian art within canon, lacking in artistic identity | Naples, through experience of foreigners - from outside the regno | The Lives, Vasari setting up Italian and Tuscan paradigm - one that could not cope with status of Naples as a world city | Lack of cultivation of Neapolitans - worldly pleasures, detriment of appreciation of, and support for the arts | North Looks South, Giorgio Vasari and early modern visual culture - in Kingdom of Naples
Book Chapter
04/2011, ISBN 9781405189897, 16
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