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Ferreira Martins, Luísa (author)
Extractive and productive landscapes are the backbone to contemporary<br/>urban life. However, they are commonly overlooked by the fields of spatial<br/>studies and practices. One amongst many, Cubatão’s petrochemical hub<br/>reveals the systematic ecological degradation resulting from resourceintensive<br/>commodified politics, couched in the...
master thesis 2023
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Muñoz Sanz, V. (author), Katsikis, N. (author)
This issue of Footprint explores specific spatialities and materialities found across those operational landscapes of primary production that constitute the metabolic basis of urbanisation. To the extent that these landscapes are increasingly automated and digitised, production and circulation practices are becoming more capital intensive and...
contribution to periodical 2023
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López Silva, Hugo (author)
The relation to energy is what carries humanity through every new spatial possibility. The context of the European Green Deal that triggers decarbonisation of many industries and faster energy transition to the latest technologies of renewable energy production is only one among many past and future transitions. All in all, it brings different...
master thesis 2022
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Turnbull, Thomas (author), Renner, Maik (author), Panwar, Annu (author), Katsikis, N. (author), Kleidon, Axel (author), Schindler, Alexander (author)
The Mississippi River Basin is a vast near-planar surface, an area upon which sunlight falls and wind flows. Its gently banked geomorphology channels precipitation, sediment, biota, and human activity into a dynamic locus of regional Earth system interactions. This paper describes the major features of this region’s energy exchanges from a...
review 2021
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