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  • Other research product . 2013
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Široká, Pavlína;
    Publisher: Západočeská univerzita v Plzni
    Country: Czech Republic

    Hlavním cílem této bakalářské práce je představit zámořská území Francie, jež jsou plně integrovanou součástí Francie a vystupují pod zkratkou DROM, objasnit jaký je jejich vztah k metropolitní Francii dle právních statusů a dále to, jaké jsou příčiny vedoucí ke vzniku těchto území, které mají původ v bývalé koloniální říši. V této práci je jedna část věnována historickému vývoji daných území od počátku kolonizace přes departmentalizaci až po současnost a v následujících kapitolách jsou představeny jednotlivá území tak, aby bylo jasné o jaké země se jedná, jaká je jejich poloha a jaké prostředí se na těchto místech nachází. Tato práce zkoumá jak jsou jednotlivá území zalidněna a o jaký typ obyvatelstva se jedná, čím tyto země prosperují, proč tomu tak je a jakým způsobem jsou tyto zámořské regiony spravovány metropolitní Francií. Katedra ruského a francouzského jazyka Obhájeno The main objective of this thesis is to introduce overseas territories of France, which are fully integrated part of France and use the abbreviation DROM, to clarify what is their relationship to metropolitan France in the legal status and what are the causes leading to these areas which have their origins in the former colonial empire.In this work, there is a section about the historical development of the area from early colonization through departmentation to the present and in the following chapters, each area is presented to be clear what kind of country it is, how they are located and which ambiance in these places is. This work examines how individual territory is peopled and what kind of inhabitants they are, how these countries prosper, why it is like that and how these regions are managed by metropolitan France.

  • Research data . Sound . 2010
    Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le Dû, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique
  • Research data . 2017 . Embargo End Date: 03 Sep 2017
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Séaghdha, M.L. Ó; Timmons, Michael; Timmons, Patrick;
    Publisher: National Folklore Collection, University College Dublin

    Supported by funding from the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht (Ireland), University College Dublin, and the National Folklore Foundation (Fondúireacht Bhéaloideas Éireann), 2014-2016. Story collected by Michael Timmons, a student at Ceannanus Mór, Scoil na mBráthar school (Kells, Co. Meath) from informant Patrick Timmons. Collected as part of the Schools' Folklore scheme, 1937-1938, under the supervision of teacher An Br. M.L. Ó Séaghdha.

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par Mr Jean Le D�� A.R n��e en 1931, posti��re et G.R n�� en 1924, kin��sith��rapeut

  • Open Access gsw
    Authors: 
    Huck, Dominique;
    Publisher: Atlas linguistiques, cultures et parlers régionaux de France

    Extrait des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer un atlas linguistique de l'Alsace.

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par Mr Jean Le D�� P.B n�� en 1928, cultivateur et son ��pouse

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par M. Jean Le D�� M V.J., n�� en 1925, ma��on

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Themistocleous, Kyriacos; Danezis, Chris; Gikas, Vassilis;
    Country: Cyprus

    Nowadays, assessing geo-hazards in cultural heritage sites in most cases takes place after the hazard has occurred. Monitoring structural and ground deformation resulting from geo-hazards facilitates the early recognition of potential risks and encourages effective conservation planning. This paper presents an integrated ground deformation monitoring approach based on the combined use of satellite SAR data, campaign-based GPS/GNSS observations, and aerial images from UAVs within the Choirokoitia UNESCO World Heritage Site in Cyprus. The Neolithic settlement of Choirokoitia is one of the most important prehistoric sites in the Eastern Mediterranean. The site is located on a steep hill, which makes it vulnerable to rock falls and landslides. As part of the PROTHEGO project, a series of field measurements were collected at the Choirokoitia site and compared against satellite SAR data to verify kinematic behavior of the broader area and to assist in monitoring potential geo-hazards over time. The results obtained indicate displacement rates of the order of 0.03 m/year. These results indicate that ground deformation should be monitored in the area surrounding the Choirokoitia using long-term, low-impact monitoring systems such as SAR images and UAV-based and geodetic techniques. The combination of such monitoring technologies can be compared to monitor and assess potential geo-hazards on archeological sites with increased accuracy.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    G.J.M. Van Wijngaarden;
    Country: Netherlands

    The island of Zakynthos (Greece) has a rich and varied history, but is notoriously lacking in archaeological remains. This “scarcity of archaeology” is primarily due to the extensive destruction of the ancient landscapes by earthquakes and intensive agriculture and building. Starting point for this project is our conviction that we need to be better informed about archaeologically marginal areas such as Zakynthos in order to understand the ancient world. The Zakynthos Archaeology Project (2005-2015) is an interdisciplinary research project with the aim to relate the distribution of archaeological finds to the dynamic landscape of the island. To achieve this, scholars and students from various Dutch and Greek universities carry out a range of researches: intensive archaeological survey, remote sensing, geological prospection, limited archaeological excavations (test trenches), study of materials and reconnaissance surveys. The project is a cooperation between the Netherlands Institute in Athens and the Ephorate for Antiquities at Zakynthos. It is directed by Dr Gert Jan van Wijngaarden (University of Amsterdam) and by Christina Merkouri (Ephorate for Antiquities at Zakynthos). This dataset for EASY of DANS consists of all primary data of the archaeological survey, excavation and find processing collected between 2005 and 2015. A wide variety of research data types are included, such as field photos and drawings, find photos and drawings, GIS-files, databases, reports, etc. The dataset is prepared for archiving by I. (Ivan) Kisjes MA and I.F. (Ilona) von Stein MA.

  • Open Access Breton
    Authors: 
    Le D��, Jean;
    Publisher: Centre de Recherche Bretonne et Celtique

    Cet enregistrement provient des enqu��tes dialectologiques en vue de constituer le Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse-Bretagne (NALBB) dirig�� par M. Jean Le D��.