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La vigne et la ville : forme urbaine et usage des sols

Abstract : Because exurban areas have outpaced urban and suburban areas in population growth for the last several decades, growth pressures are commonly observed at the rural-urban fringe, resulting in conversion of agricultural land for urban use. However the existence of a high quality vineyard questions traditional spatial structuring mechanisms. We must understand the role of vineyard on the morphological configuration of urbanization. The case of suburban Bordeaux vineyard, by its inclusion in both spaces at the heart of the Bordeaux metropolitan area, is ideal for the analysis of issues of interaction between urban growth and dynamic vineyard. The discrete choice model associated with the duration model confirms the vineyard resistance, and also provides a means to inform the development of policies that aim at managing these pressures.
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Stéphanie Pérès. La vigne et la ville : forme urbaine et usage des sols. Economies et finances. Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV, 2007. Français. ⟨tel-00448670⟩



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