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The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Mapping of the natural vegetable trainings on a regional scale by classification of temporal series of satellite images
Forest cover mapping is an essential tool for forest management. Detailed maps, characterizing forest types at a régional scale, are needed. This need can be fulfilled by médium spatial resolution optical satellite images time sériés. This thesis aims at improving the supervised classification procé...
‘The Pyrenees: Olympic Laboratory’. Research on an innovative sports and tourism project of the 1990s
National audience This contribution shows the origin, intentions (sporting, cultural, territorial) and principles of this programme, and then briefly summarises the arrangements for organising the Pyrenees adventure Games in 1993. Following various studies in the geography or sociology of sport (BES...
The Kazbeg Mount, between the land and the gods
The Kazbeg Mount, between the earth and the gods Le mont Kazbeg grows at 5033 metres. It is one of the most important summits in the Caucasus. A Vainakh god, a people descending from the Kavkaz, behind the name ‘Caucasus’, is thought to be chained there for having burned men. He shares his place wit...
Family territories in the City. Upper-class, kinship and urban space in Naples
Through the example of Naples, this thesis analyses the importance of kinship in the upper class residential location and mobility in a Mediterranean city. Though many studies have stressed the importance of a family residential proximity cultural model in Southern European countries, the forms of t...
Des capteurs communicants longue portée à très bas débit en bande UHF, pour le suivi de la plaisance
national audience The work presented in this paper focuses on the development of a very low-cost hardware and software solution enabling, through low-speed network infrastructures, the multiplication of long-range, reliable, robust (therefore amarino) sensors, autonomous, miniature, discrete, to wor...
Geographical landscape: further beyond our field of vision
Embora o entendimento da Paisagem Geográfica como “tudo aquilo que nossa visão alcança” seja amplamente aceito, esta definição traz alguns problemas de natureza metodológica, tornando a análise geográfica limitada. Visando ilustrar tais limitações, levantamos quatro contra-argumentos a este conceito...
Brazilian urban geography: from a diacrôn analysis of the works cited most recently in the last year,
In the field of contemporary Brazilian geography, there is an urgent need to continue studies on the city and the city. This article is an approach to mapping the material in question, related to early days, classic bibliography, and facilitated by the existence of information-based tools and to all...
Separate and coordinate: marking of ordinary and remarkable spaces. The case of agricultural areas and nature reserves.
Geography, ecology, politics: a climate of change, Orléans 6 to 8 September
The French geography has never really succeeded in considering the environmental issue, which is fundamentally political, to be the logical body of its field of intervention. And despite the rise in contemporary environmental challenges, it seems to continue to do so. The organisation, by the Geogra...
Building teaching professionality through an interdisciplinary college system
The purpose of this article is to describe as closely as possible the professionality created by the adaptation of two teachers to a non-traditional teaching project brought about by institutional orders. The didactic perspective assumes that beyond the particularities of the teaching environments,...
Reclassifying the front of the sea in Lorient: governance and dual social transaction processes
The urban night last border of cultural development. From white nights to the emergence of night districts
1993, the year 01 for the port community of Nantes — Saint-Nazaire?
introduction on 10 July 1992, the CGT trade union of the Nantes dockers is delivering weapons. In opposition, like his national federation, to the reform of the dockers’ statute, he took part in all strikes which disrupted most French ports for a six-month period. However, it is the first to sign a...
The geographical lockdown or the virtues of an experiment
For those who would not have the first law of geography at the top, “everything interacts with everything but two things close to each other is more likely to interact than two remote things”, according to Waldo Tobler’s landmark and humour statement (1970), the lockdown imposed by the COVID-19 pand...
Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
Redesigning hazard communication through technology: collaboration, co-production and coherence
Digital and virtual communication impacts increasingly upon the management of natural hazards in an uncertain world, challenging the boundaries between science and society. This study uses sociological theory to explore how technology reduces the mitigation failures and conflicts that scholars often...
Persistent Precarity and the Disaster of Everyday Life: Homeless People’s Experiences of Natural and Other Hazards
The contribution to civic equality of a school geography including gender
Gender is a powerful factor in the production of space, including public space. It meets gender norms and helps to perpetuate a gender dichotomic and hierarchical society. The School is a place to learn about these gender norms. Despite the republican principles it should convey, the School is there...
The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
Les humanités et études numériques comme cadre d’intelligibilité, d’accompagnement et d’impulsion des transformations éducatives et territoriales.
Geographical frame in Sarmiento's utopies
Domingo F. Sarmiento, born in Argentina in the XIX Century, was a writer, politician and educator who left a deep trace in the american ideals. His thoughts had an influence in the histori and lanscape of his time. The present paper shows the facets of his work,which are related to Geography, namely...
« Cap-Haïtien » or « How to ‘construct’ a flood risk in a decade »
Pillsbury, Joanne (ed.). Documentary sources for the Andean studies, 1530-1900
This monumental work is a sort of encyclopaedia containing inputs from History, Language, Anthropology, Archaeology, Literature, Geography and Demography to improve knowledge of the ‘Andean world’. Originally published in English in 2008, this edition in Spanish, which is properly updated, makes a r...
Morphological similarities between DBM and an economic geography model of city growth (Lecture notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering, 4)
International audience An urban microeconomic model of households evolving in a 2D cellular automata allows to simulate the growth of a metropolitan area where land is devoted to housing, road network and agricultural/green areas. This system is self-organised: based on individualistic decisions of...