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The annual amounts of gravel, sand, clay and lime needed in the Netherlands for the building of new houses are tabulated for 1980-2008. The domestic production of gravel over the last 20 years decreased by 90% while domestic consumption remained stable. This was possible by increasing imports and...

Author(s)
Graaff, W. J. E. van de
Publisher
Koninklijke Nederlandse Bosbouw Vereniging, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Citation
Vakblad Natuur Bos Landschap, 2010, 7, 9, pp 34-36
Abstract

The 'Grensmaas' is the border river Meuse between the Belgian and Dutch parts of Limburg. Its land use objectives are directed by the EU Framework Water Guideline ('Kader Richtlijn Water', KRW) and Natura 2000. The Grensmaas project, initiated in 2008, aims at river enlargement and widening over a...

Author(s)
Dam-de Heij, L.; Eshuis, J.; Maris, M.
Publisher
Koninklijke Nederlandse Bosbouw Vereniging, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Citation
Vakblad Natuur Bos Landschap, 2008, 5, 8, pp 5-10
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Author(s)
Faché, W.
Citation
Vrije Tijd en Samenleving, 1984, 2, 3, pp 297-331
Abstract

There are about 600 ramblers' huts in the Netherlands at present which offer modest but comfortable accommodation to adventurous travellers. The network of ramblers' huts appears to function extremely well, so well in fact that a Belgian delegation visited the camp site 'King's Home' in Soest in...

Author(s)
Koreman, L.
Citation
Rekreaksie, 1989, 19, 9, pp p.29
Abstract

The Belgian sister organization of RECRON (Recreation Operators Netherlands), the Professional Federation of Flemish Recreation Operators, works in the same way as RECRON. In spite of a number of differences, they start from the same premise: working towards an optimal operation among the...

Author(s)
Koreman, L.
Citation
Rekreaksie, 1989, 19, 9, pp 38-39
Abstract

L. Bollaert (pp.6-20) introduces this report of a study day on people in their fifties and older held by the Free University of Brussels. E. Corijn (pp.6-20) discusses the difficulties of people who have been made redundant in their fifties. They are not really old and there are not many activities ...

Publisher
Universiteit Derde Leeftijd, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
Citation
50+ers en hun vrije tijd: omvang en mogelijkheden. Notulenboek studiedag: 31./3.'88., 1988, pp 111pp.
Abstract

This three part study of leisure education in schools in Belgium aims was to examine how schools should develop education for leisure. Part 1 is a general introduction, while part 2 reports on a Delphi study which will assist in the analysis of the existing and future role of leisure education in...

Author(s)
Corijn, E.; Theeboom, M.
Publisher
Centrum voor Vrije Tijd, Toekomst en Beleids-planning, Vrije Universiteit, Brussels, Belgium
Citation
Vrijetijdsopvoeding en de school., 1988, No. 1;2;3, pp 144pp.; 174pp.;54pp.
Abstract

For a fundamental analysis of unemployment an analysis of the structure of the employment situation as seen from the demand side of the labour market is necessary. There is no way of knowing when this will be done and the impasse remains. The paper describes a study of the use of time by unemployed ...

Author(s)
Lambert, M.
Citation
Nieuwe Maand, 1979, 22, 7, pp 384-392
Abstract

The publication records an investigation into the comparative strengths and weaknesses of the Netherlands as a tourist destination for Belgians undertaking day-trips and short-stay holidays. Among the advantages of the Netherlands was reckoned the number of amusement parks which make the country...

Citation
Belgie-onderzoek: het beeld van Nederland als toeristische bestemming bij de Belgische bevolking t.a.v. dagtochten en kort verblijf., 1982, pp 22pp.
Abstract

The article deals with the leisure activities of Mediterranean immigrants and with the possible influence of it on their integration. The first (older) generation is still strongly affected by its socioeconomic position and its cultural background so that in most cases the leisure activities do not ...

Author(s)
Naeyaert, D.
Citation
Vrijetijd en Samenleving, 1982, 1, 1, pp 23-48

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