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Globalization and the Refugee Crisis
(Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, 2005)
Various aspects of globalization are reviewed. It is noted that money and goods move freely but people may not. A distinction is made between proactive and reactive migrants, recognizing that this is a continuum not a ...
Salt marsh exclosure at La Pérouse Bay, 1997.
Regional infrastructure planning in a splintering urban world: The Greater Toronto Transportation Authority
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2007-09)
This major paper examines the role of the Greater Toronto Transportation Authority (GTTA) in the planning and provision of regional transportation infrastructure in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The main objective of ...
Spademan and Shearer tree farm
Optimized operation and calibration procedures for radical amplifier type dectors
(American Meterological Society, 2000)
Laboratory experiments were conducted to improve the operation and calibration procedures for the ambient ROx radical detectors (ROx = HO2 + RO2 + OH + RO) based on chemical amplification. A new method for the experimental ...
Building Names in Singapore: Multilingualism of a Different Kind
(York University, 2009)
There has been much discussion about the ideological or political underpinnings of toponyms, e.g., Faraco and Murphy (1997) on Spain, Cohen and Kliot (1992) on the Israeli administered territories, Nash (1999) on the ...
Environment in mind: A creative and ecocritical look at popular literature
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2007-08-30)
Ecocriticism, the “study of literature and the environment” (Glotfelty xvii) is expanding to meet the needs of an ever changing environment, currently shifting to include a broader range of critical methodologies, genres ...
Natural Systems and Alternative Urban Development
(Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University, 2001)
The preservation of the Oak Ridges Moraine has forced an unprecedented examination of the ramifications of traditional urban growth patterns on natural systems. In 2000 and 2001, the focus of the debate became the relatively ...