Department of Human Geography

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Svante Arrhenius väg 8 C
106 91 Stockholm
Sweden


Department projects

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Research grant
01/01/2008 - 31/12/2008

Register-based Research in Nordic Demography
01/01/2008 - 31/12/2008
Registerforskning i nordisk demografi. SIMSAM-programmet för registerforskning i nordisk demografi fokuserar på ett av de områden där svensk forskning är som allra starkast – nämligen demografi. Sverige och de nordiska länderna stå...

Landscape, farmers and their actions 1900-2005 – Between agriculture and biodiversity
01/01/2006 - 31/12/2008
Avsikten med följande studie är att undersöka landskapets förändringar under 1900-talet samt vilka processer som påverkat denna förändring med särskild hänvisning till begreppet biologisk mångfald. Här skall begreppet ...

Town farming, food-supply and settlement changes. About the significance of the town land (stadsjord) in Swedish towns from medieval times to the present day
01/01/2005 - 31/12/2008
This project is about the significance of the town land concerning town food supply before 1850 and about the town land*s significance as an area of town expansion in the 20th century and today. The dissertation project brings out the idea that the town food supply was quite larg...

Wetlands of today - a landscape history
01/01/2004 - 30/06/2007
De våtmarker vi har idag i landskapet är ett resultat av många olika utvecklingslinjer, beroende på en historia av mänsklig påverkan. Det starka intresset för naturlandskapet och myrmarker som en resurs i en botanisk och biologisk mening g&o...

The View from the School
01/01/2006 - 31/12/2006
The purpose is to assemble reflections, experiences and results from earlier reports on my research during 1997-2003, which was financed by Formas, into one book which a) collects the material, b) updates it, and c) supplements the research, this by taking advantage of the time t...

The localisation of services to metropolitan regions
01/01/2004 - 31/12/2005
The dominating location pattern for major parts of the service sector is a spatial concentration to metropolitan regions. However, studies have also shown processes of some geographical dispersal. The objective of this research project is to map and analyse the concentration and ...


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