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Articles

Lingyue LI

Article ID: 188
Views - 428  (Abstract) PDF - 73  (Download)
Abstract: This paper contributes to an in-depth understanding of how the mega-event contributes glurbanization of entrepreneurial city through a case study of Expo 2010 in Shanghai. It argues that spatial-related transformation is central to mega-event approach to glurbanization yet the soft power building is uncertain. It implies that th...
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Susan Aniekwe, Nwabueze Ikenna Igu

Article ID: 344
Views - 571  (Abstract) PDF - 56  (Download)
Abstract: Urban sprawl is a challenge of the century across the globe; however its greatest impact is felt more in developing countries mainly due to its poor planning and ever increasing population. To ascertain how this affects a notable African city, Abuja, a questionnaire design was employed to elicit resident’s perception on the causes and effe...
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Levent Yilmaz

Article ID: 405
Views - 310  (Abstract) PDF - 32  (Download)
Abstract: In this research it is given the Classifying Coasts, Primary Coasts and Land Erosion Coasts, Coasts Built Out by Land Processes,  Coast, Coasts Shaped by Earth  Movements, Secondary Coasts,Some Features of Secondary Coasts, Shore Straightening, The Accumulation of Beaches, Beaches, The Composition and Slope of Beaches, Beach Shape,Minor Be...
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Xuan Li

Article ID: 470
Views - 318  (Abstract) PDF - 40  (Download)
Abstract: In recent years, China has attached great importance to the research in the field of hydrology, and hydrological work has also made great progress. Hydrological information forecasting is the focus of hydrological work, and it has close relationship with social development and people's life. After long-term development. More and more advanced information ...
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Gema Marco Dos Santos, Ignacio Meléndez-Pastor, Jose Navarro-Pedreño, Ignacio Gómez Lucas

Article ID: 499
Views - 669  (Abstract) PDF - 88  (Download)
Abstract: A review of vegetation indices as applied to Landsat-TM and ETM+ multispectral data is presented. The review focuses on indices that have been developed to produce biophysical information about vegetation biomass/greenness, moisture and pigments.In addition, a set of biomass/greenness and moisture content indices are tested in a Mediterranean semiarid wet...
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