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Diversity in the Landscape: the geographical background to urbanism in Iberia

@inproceedings{Cunliffe1995DiversityIT,
  title={Diversity in the Landscape: the geographical background to urbanism in Iberia},
  author={Barry W. Cunliffe},
  year={1995}
}
Parce que la peninsule iberique est l'extremite la plus occidentale de l'Europe, elle a partage le developpement de trois systemes economiques et culturels : Continental, Mediterraneen et Atlantique. L'A. etudie ici la variation des ressources liees au paysage (en fonction de la diversite geomorphologique et climatique) en relation avec le developpement de l'urbanisme. L'A. arrive a la conclusion que l'urbanisme n'a pu se developper que parce la peninsule etait dans la sphere du systeme… 
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