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Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
V. László
,
D. Szakos
,
V. Csizmadiáné Czuppon
, and
Gy. Kasza

system's transformation is urgently needed ( Willett et al., 2019 ). Different problems of food systems embody different spatial scales, therefore solutions should be scale-specific and region-specific. Accordingly, interventions designed to enhance

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Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Xue Kang
,
Gabriella Medvegy
, and
Yufang Zhou

inheritance may be a continuation of the proportions of the spatial scale, or it may be a reference to textures, decorative materials, and colors. It is according to the needs of modern people, the use of modern new technology, new materials, and new tools for

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responses to forest change across multiple spatial scales: Importance of scale, climate, forest type and hydrological regime ,” J. Hydrol. , vol. 546 , pp. 44 – 59 , 2017 . [2] N. Goldscheider and D. Drew , Eds, Methods in karst hydrogeology

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is to realize the value-added of functional elements, spatial scale and spatial significance through scientific compact and orderly organization of the form structure on the given block land, so as to enhance the efficiency of land use and urban

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former was exclusively derived from gauged records and is available from the official page of Climate for Carpathian Region Project [ 21 ]. On the other hand, CFSR weather data sets are produced on a large spatial scale, assimilating the ground

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space, using spatial scale and distance to shape the transformation of the story and connect the spatial sequence ( Fig. 4 ). The corridor space from the lobby to the restaurant creates a relatively private and independent space for viewing and thinking

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al., 2013. Detection of long-term landscape changes and trajectories in a Pannonian sand region: comparing land-cover and habitat-based approaches at two spatial scales. Community Ecology. 14 . (2) 219

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Ekschmitt, K. et al., 2003. On the quality of soil biodiversity indicators: abiotic and biotic parameters as predictors of soil faunal richness at different spatial scales. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 98 . 273--283. On

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ORVÁTH , F. , B AGI , I. & M OLNÁR , Zs. , 2013 . Detection of long-term landscape changes and trajectories in a Pannonian sand region: comparing land-cover and habitat-based approaches at two spatial scales . Community Ecology . 14 . ( 2 ) 219

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