Geographic Aspect

Aspect, Geographic

 

a synonym for geographic landscape suggested by the Soviet scholar L. S. Berg in 1945. The term is seldom used.

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and they represented a process by which a nation could, re-invigorate its economic and social dynamic through the devolution of the democratic process to every level and geographic aspect of society," notes the report, which was released recently in Rabat.
Google is also introducing a geographic aspect to search results based on the location that users select as their home location on Google Maps.
The geographic aspect of the Legislature's partisan divide has made political conflicts more intractable.
The dioxin crisis differs from the commonly analyzed ecologic studies in this geographic aspect, since the borders of the impact of the dioxin crisis are the same as the borders of a well-established surveillance system.
As to the geographic aspect of the Bauer thesis, he evenhandedly surveys the progress of Christianity both within and without the borders of the Roman Empire (pp.
Coca-Cola FEMSA has stated that Vonpars presence adjoining its own operations in Paran, the Southern State of Brazil, represents an ideal location in terms of geographic aspects.
al-Dhoyani added that the symposium will shed light on the impact of the Islamic civilization in construction and craft industries, in addition to reviewing the geographic aspects that contributed in spreading the Islamic civilization.
When positioning themselves for business, often CMOs tend to focus on scientific, financial, cultural and geographic aspects - such as their typical project pipelines and capabilities, their financial viability, their specific corporate culture and their location/proximity to potential partners.
By understanding the market opportunity and current performance and demographic data, along with geographic aspects such as competition, streets, and service areas, the company has successfully opened a number of Chili's restaurant franchises in locations others deemed unprofitable.
2) Barrington-Leigh and Helliwell focus on geographic aspects of consumption and income reference levels and on the counteracting social benefits of having prospering neighbours, and look for geographically localised influences on SWL at a variety of spatial scales in order to determine which are most important in a developed country like Canada, finding evidence of a strong relative income effect at certain geographic scales.
Israel) analyzes these and other geographic aspects of the occupation, along with their economic, social, demographic, and physical implications.
He therefore brings a special expertise to Minnesota: On-the-Road, a panoramic survey of the cultural, historical, and geographic aspects of a surprisingly multi-ethnic upper midwest state which always ranked high with respect to the environmental, the economic well-being of its citizens, the arts, health, and education.

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