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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...
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...
The urban night last border of cultural development. From white nights to the emergence of night districts
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...
« Cap-Haïtien » or « How to ‘construct’ a flood risk in a decade »
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...
Comparison of two fine scale spatial models for mapping temperatures inside winegrowing areas
International audience Climate change is a major issue for the wine industry. Climate and in particular temperature plays a key role in vine physiology and phenology. Temperatures can be highly variable inside a winegrowing region and they are strongly related to local environment (topography, water...
KHALIQ PARKAR – THE DIGITAL GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA’S SMART CITIES MISSION
Political scientist Khaliq Parkar is presenting a paper entitled « The Digital Geography of India’s Smart Cities Mission » : India’s Smart Cities Mission (SCM) was launched in 2015 as a new centralized urban revival policy. Like similar interventions in the South, the SCM considers digital technolog...
Compare two urban spaces in transnational trade (Cairo and Oran), or how to deal with differences between the theory of comparison and practice on the ground
Introduction The comparative approach is now fully part of social sciences, and in particular urban geography, whether in collective work or in more solitary works such as thesis. However, most of the researchers who have implemented this approach always undertake to justify their methodological cho...
Landscape research in Belgium
In the federal state Belgium, landscape research evolved from regional geographical monographs to more applied research that focuses upon the specific problems in each of the regions. In the highly urbanized Flanders region in the north, aspects of suburbanization and fragmentation are the most impo...
“Ecosystem services in urban environments, what kind of assessment?”, introduction of the session "What kind of evaluation?"
Urban cooperation as a research site [Interview with Annik Osmont and Charles Goldblum]
Interview with Annik Osmont (honorary conference master of the University of Paris 8) and Charles Goldblum (Professor Emerite d’urbanisme, University Paris 8). Feedback from Samuel Ripoll "What knowledge is needed to analyse and inform urban cooperation? How has the French research and training land...
Densification in the Paris low rise suburbs : how and for whose benefit ?
The study concentrates on residential areas which are mainly composed by detached houses to analyse the underlying economic and socio-political mechanisms of the densification dynamics of this areas. The research explores the hypothesis that the densification of residential neighbourhoods dominated...
The dream of Delhi as a global city
This chapter is an edited version of the following article:DUPONT V., The dream of Delhi as a global city. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, Vol 35.3, May 2011, pp. 533-554 International audience The dream of Delhi as a global city: What facts and realities form the basis of this...
Co-locations between the factors of the urban malaria in Dakar: when entomology meets social sciences…
International audience INTRODUCTIONIf taken independently from each other, entomological variables and human socio-economic characteristics have clarified the risk of malaria infection in urban area with its uneven spatial distribution, their common explanatory share remains to investigate. Indeed,...
View the pace of change in the Paris urban fabric in the second half of the 19th century by studying land deals: treatment of time inaccuracy intervals.
The regional problem in geography
It is possible to distinguish on the surface of the land from homogeneous regions by their physical or human traits: the regional perspective plays a key role in the traditional rural world and facilitates knowledge and good administration. With the development of the modern economy, major cities ar...
Agro-physiognomic units : a way to analyse the spatial distribution of agricultural activities at a regional scale
The necessity of territorial coherence in new urban districts implies the integration of agricultural areas in urban plannification. The sustainability of agriculture in urban fringes becomes a stake beyond the agricultural world. It is studied through sectorial and territorial approaches, combining...
Evaluation of the simulated spatio-temporal variability of the anthropogenic heat flux in the agglomeration of Toulouse, France
International audience The energy and moisture exchange between the surface and the atmosphere in urbanised areas is characterised by the net radiation, the sensible and latent heat flux, the storage of heat in the construction materials as well the anthropogenic heat flux. The anthropogenic heat fl...
First steps towards geographic rule modeling
International audience ABSTRACTGeographic knowledge has always proved its value as an instrument underlying reasoning in order to define effective solutions for the management of territories . In many domains, such as urban and environmental planning, it is essential to start processes of analysis a...
The Use of Satellite Imagery and GIS for Humanitarian Assistance: Developing and Managing Water Supply in Urban Territories under Conflict . GI_Forum|GI_Forum 2017, Volume 1 |
This paper describes the use of satellite imagery and GIS within projects of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and describes how this type of information can be used as a support in the humanitarian field, specifically for the support of water supply in urban settings. The paper pr...
ETRS Grid-constrained Superpixel Generation in Urban Areas Using Multi-Sensor very High Resolution Imagery. GI_Forum|GI_Forum 2017, Volume 1 |
Massive amounts of geospatial data require better techniques to analyse and display them. A common practice in applying statistical analysis and reporting units is represented by the regional statistical unit grids, which are used for national and European statistics and reporting. In line with the...
Political militancy and aesthetics in the neoliberal city
This article analyses the development of forms of militancy in conjunction with how urban space is experienced and produced in the district of La Boca, the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. I show that the state and private developers transformed the neighbourhood space, relying on the aes...
Hybrid imaging input for urban planning
Appliances from hy-trale imaging to urban planning are developing significantly with the miniaturisation of sensors and the increasing use of drones and airborne platforms. The large number of spectral bands (between 100 and 300), the fineness of the spectral intervals over the whole of a spectral c...
Minutes: Marion Ernwein, The nature of the neoliberal city. Urban Plant Policy Ecology, UGA Editions, 2019
Compte-rendu: Marion Ernwein, Les natures de la ville néolibérale. Une écologie politique du végétal urbain, UGA Éditions, 2019