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Aleksandar Valjarević

Article ID: 2030
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Abstract:For the purpose of this manuscript, we used the old maps of Europe and of the ecumene, as it was known at the time, in order to establish the ecumene properties, as well as the size of the Mediterranean in the time of Ptolemy.We obtained the coordinates (geographic longitude and latitude) from Ptolemy’s map of ecumene of ancient Mediterranean settlements.Acc...
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Keith Hollinshead, Alfred B. Vellah

Article ID: 2299
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Abstract: This manuscript from Hollinshead and Vellah calls for researchers in Tourism Studies and related Fields to reflect upon their own role in refreshing the social imaginaries of “after-colonialism” under the nomadisms of our time. Deleuzian in outlook, it positions the “post” of postcolonialism not as an end to colonialism’s i...
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Safieh Javadinejad, Rebwar Dara, Forough Jafary, Neda Dolatabadi

Article ID: 2324
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Abstract: Increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases causes rising in global warming and carbon dioxide emissions. With further efforts to reduce carbon dioxide, it is possible to prevent the warming of the earth, but the effects of climate change that we have already created can not be reduced. Recent observed and pr...
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Binod Dawadi, Ram Hari Acharya, Dipendra Lamichhane, Saroj Pudasainee, Ishwar Kumar Shrestha

Article ID: 2323
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Abstract: The steep North to South (N-S) gradient and complex topography marks significant variations in the spatial and temporal patterns of climatic variation surrounding within a few distances in the Nepal Himalayas. Hence, to validate climatic linkages between the stations under two distinct topographic conditions, the study examines the o...
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Owoeye J. O.

Article ID: 2279
Views - 868  (Abstract) PDF - 26  (Download)
Abstract: This study investigates the upshot of sprawl incidence on pattern of land use changes and building physiognomies in Akure and its environs. Using social survey research method (SSRM) to investigate the upshot, data were gathered via structured questionnaires on selected households in the region, involving Akure mu...
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Owoeye J. O., Abe F. S., Olasemojo R. O.

Article ID: 2317
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Abstract: This research investigates anthropogenic activities influencing flood vulnerability in Ala riverfront residential areas of Akure, Nigeria with a view to identifying area susceptible to flood hazard in the river basin and to suggest possible mitigation measures. With respect to data gathering for the study, 265 questionnaire...
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