Territorial and Mapping Hypothesis. Application of Portulano Method for the case Chascomús and Lezama, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Prefeasibility study of a possible division of administrative area

Abstract : In this paper we present an application of the Portulano cartographic method (Bozzano, 2009) to the prefeasibility study and territorial hypothesis of the partition of a district in the province of Buenos Aires. This method constitutes one of the axes of research and action of the TAG-UNLP team, initial core belonging to the Latin American Net, www.territoriosposibles.org. The case of study corresponds to a broader research project1 done in the rural pampas field in two towns of the district of Chascomús in the province of Buenos Aires: Chascomús and Lezama. Chascomús is municipal head of the district of the same name while Manuel J. Cobo - Estación Lezama is a town that currently has a municipal office. This district is at 115 km. at the south-south east from the city of Buenos Aires within what is known as Salado Depression or Depressed pampa.
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8th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence. ENTI. November, 4th - 7th 2009, Nov 2009, Salerno, Italy. 8p., 2009, INTI-International Network of Territorial Intelligence
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Fabricio Gliemmo, Juan Pablo Del Río. Territorial and Mapping Hypothesis. Application of Portulano Method for the case Chascomús and Lezama, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Prefeasibility study of a possible division of administrative area. 8th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence. ENTI. November, 4th - 7th 2009, Nov 2009, Salerno, Italy. 8p., 2009, INTI-International Network of Territorial Intelligence. 〈halshs-00534196〉

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