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Zur sozialen Akzeptanz des Abbaus mineralischer Rohstoffe in Zeiten von Governance; Überlegungen auf Grundlage der sozialkonstruktivistischen Landschaftstheorie  [On social acceptance of mineral resources degradation in governments; considerations based on social constructivist landscape theory]

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doi: 10.1127/agg/30/2014/81
Alternate Title:On social acceptance of mineral resources degradation in governments; considerations based on social constructivist landscape theory
Authors:Kühne, Olaf
Volume Title:Geoforum 2013; Raumordnung für den tiefen Untergrund Deutschlands
Volume Authors:Wellmer, Friedrich-Wilhelm, editor; Bräuer, Volkmar; Donadei, Sabine; Erbguth, Wilfried; Hirschfeld, Markus; Knöchel, Harald; Liebsch-Dörschner, Thomas; Kühne, Olaf; Penn-Bressel, Gertrude; Schneider, Gregor-Sönke
Source:Veröffentlichungen (Akademie für Geowissenschaften und Geotechnologien), Vol.30, p.81-88; Geoforum 2013, Raumordnung für den Tiefen Untergrund Deutschlands, Hanover, Germany, Nov. 11, 2013, Friedrich-Wilhelm Wellmer, Volkmar Bräuer, Sabine Donadei, Wilfried Erbguth, Markus Hirschfeld, Harald Knöchel, Thomas Liebsch-Dörschner, Olaf Kühne, Gertrude Penn-Bressel and Gregor-Sönke Schneider. Publisher: Schweizerbart, Stuttgart, Germany. ISSN: 1867-2140. ISBN: 978-3-510-96849-7
Publication Date:2014
Note:In German. 23 refs.
Subjects:Destruction; Evaluation; Exploitation; Human activity; Landscapes; Planning; Policy; Raw materials; Utilization; Central Europe; Europe; Germany; Area planning; Strategy; Underground
Record ID:759632-4
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2021 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from Geoline, Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe, Hanover, Germany
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