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Towns and “small” towns  [PDF]
Ivan Stani?
Urbani Izziv , 1994,
Abstract: The hypothesis of the article is that small towns cannot be defined as a particular category of settlements since the only common denominator between them is the number of their inhabitants. In the explanation former characteristics of towns are discussed, such as the wall, market and statue.
本?西文????行?念??  [PDF]
地质论评 , 1936,
Abstract: 自丁在君先生不幸?世,全?人士,同?哀悼,?立??及本?已先後?之?行?念??,本?西文??第十五卷第一期亦已?印丁氏?像及?念文字。但丁先生?我?地?界之先?,中
?西?城?金寺?附近地?  [PDF]
地质论评 , 1936,
Abstract: 此段地??民?二十二年所?查,因吾?丁在君先生?於西南地???,素??心,其生前於川湘??以及?西等省,??特多,西南地?系?得以奠定基?者,丁?之功居多也。本段地域?狭,但?丁?注意之?,故草此篇,藉作?念。黄金寺?均位於?城?治?北四十里,黄金圩在北,寺?圩
Demographic changes in towns in Slovenia  [PDF]
Aleksander Jako?
Urbani Izziv , 1993,
Abstract: The article deals with population growth and changes in towns in Slovenia, whose characteristics are small towns. The latest population indicators show a decline in growth, which doesn’t necessarily represent stagnation but development in a new direction. In view of the present demographic trends, growth of larger towns in Slovenia will have to be qualitative and under no circumstances an account of smaller towns.
On the orientation of Roman towns in Italy  [PDF]
Giulio Magli
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: As is well known, several Roman sources report on the existence of a town foundation ritual, inherited from the Etruscans, which allegedly included astronomical references. However, the possible existence of astronomical orientations in the layout of Roman towns has never been tackled in a systematic way. As a first step in this direction, the orientation of virtually all Roman towns in Italy (38 cities) is studied here. Non-random orientation patterns emerge from these data, aiming at further research in this field.
The role and management of greenery in small towns  [PDF]
Barbara ?epec Mlakar
Urbani Izziv , 1994,
Abstract: Green areas of small towns are often the property of the community, meaning of its inhabitants and are therefore a public and common good. Besides the public green areas, privately owned green areas appear, which are more important in small towns because of the size of the towns themselves. Green areas in small towns affect the identity of the town and satisfy the needs of their inhabitants. In comparison with other uses of land, they are a distinct and equal physical category which requires an autonomous approach. In the article approach to solutions, evaluation and the administrative design system are pointed out.
Toward New Towns in the Philippines  [cached]
Romeo Ocampo
Science Diliman , 1980,
Abstract: Growing interest in new towns has not been matched by local research on planning and development. We have therefore conducted surveys and case studies focused on selected large community projects in Metro Manila.From the information that we have gathered so far, it would appear that many local governments in Metro Manila are not well prepared to plan for or regulate urban growth, including residential projects within their jurisdictions.For their own part, a few of the private firms engaged in real estate development seem capable of designing and constructing projects that meet at least some of the major features of new towns such as large individual size. However, whether separated or jointly supported by private and government agencies, large projects are not necessarily free of serious handicaps, such as having to assemble sufficiently large sites.Aside from inhibiting good planning and development practices, such handicaps tend to increase costs and prices in residential projects. Private projects thus tend to cater to people who can afford such prices, while "cheap" government-subsidized projects are addressed to poorer people.The deeper ramifications and wider implications of these tentative impressions will be probed further in the final stages and year of this investigation.
建设沈阳生态城  [PDF]
陈涛
生态学杂志 , 2003,
Abstract: ?生态城是人类生态文明的集中反映.本文提出了可持续发展思想和生态学原理是建设生态城的指导思想.本文还提出了治理沈阳生态环境的几个重要措施.①生态环境实行区域治理;②植树造林,治理冬季煤烟污染;③推进小城镇建设,治理周边和城乡结合部环境;④提高市民生态环境意识.
介???地???  [PDF]
地质论评 , 1936,
Abstract: 一小史1876年在美??城(Philadelphia)?行百年?念展??,?中?列?美各?的地??多件,?得地??者的??。他?想:如能召集各?地??者聚於一堂,共?地球往事,是何等有趣而
ROMANIAN SMALL TOWNS SEARCHING FOR THEIR IDENTITY  [PDF]
Daniela ZAMFIR,Cristian T?L?NG?,Valentina Ilinca STOICA
JURA : Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis , 2009,
Abstract: Romanian small towns – urban settlements of less than 20 000 inhabitants, having a polarization function of the socio-economic activities in the narrow rural areas - are considered an interface between rural and urban communities. Determining the identity of small towns is rather difficult, because complex and varied political, social and economic changes occurred in the previous century. Thus, three distinct phases have been established: before 1950 the towns had a rather strong rural character; in 1950-1989 their identity was completely changed under the communist regime; after that they somehow regained their initial identity (that before 1950), or promoted it at higher levels. There is a main discrepancy between the present stage and that before 1989: the then identity wasconventional and constrained whereas today it develops in a natural process conditioned only by the town itself and by the choice of its inhabitants.
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