Changes of geographical environment and those of the socio-economic phenomena
Górka Z. (red), 2003, Changes of geographical environment and those of the socio-economic phenomena, Prace Geograficzne, z. 112.
Recenzje: Marianna Kozanecka, Tadeusz Zawora
Język publikacji: angielski
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Professor Karol Bromek. His life and work
The work of Prof. Karol Bromek on the geography of settlement
City of Cracow in Foreign Geographical Bibliography
Memoirs from 1939-1945
Synoptic conditions of the tornado occurrence in the Podhale region on 29 May 2001 and its natural and economic impacts
The relationship between temperature, cloudiness and precipitation at the time of rapid growth of the Cracow agglomeration
The vertical temperature gradients in the autumn/winter season in Cracow
The day-to-day variability of air temperature in Cracow and its surroudings
Air humidity and fogs in Cracow in the period 1961-2000 in relation to synoptic situations
Complex usage of forest as secondary subsistence in the Carpathians.A case study in Zawoja, Barańcowa, southern Poland
Wykorzystanie lasu jako dodatkowego źródła utrzymania ludności Karpat,na przykładzie Barańcowej (Zawoja)
Summary: The purpose of the present study is to analyze the common forest culture in the area of Carpathians through the inhabitants' way of relating to forests. Inhabitants in Barańcowa have turned to complex use of forest resources (wood, fruits, berries), that can complement local farming resources, and developed a dual system that enables them to retain self-sufficiency in face of various uncertainties. The use of forest resources as a secondary means of subsistence is given considerable weight and remains essential in alleviating the pressure of subsistence. Maintaining their traditions, respectful of the natural cycles of forest ecosystems, residents have developed a sustainable way of life, increasingly under the pressure of modernization.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): forest culture, secondary subsistence, Polish Carpathian area, local knowledge, sustainability
Prace Geograficzne, 2003, z. 112, s. 115-127.
Instytut Geografii i Gospodarki Przestrzennej UJ
Kyoto. Diurnal transformations of the functional and socio-economic structure of the Central Business District (CBD) of Japanese historical city
The urbanization process and regional differentiation of the distribution of the population of Japan (1898-1995)
Development conditions of Polish sector of the Carpathian Euroregion
Development of rural settlement in Podhale
Geographical differentiation of the crime rate and the level of unemployment in the Małopolskie voivodship
Present state of urban rail transport networks in Poland and its prospects
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