Olivares-Olivares A.,Servicio de Proteccion Ambiental |
Trassierra-Rodriguez R.M.,Servicio de Proteccion Ambiental |
Reyes-Adan I.,Servicio de Proteccion Ambiental |
Palomar-Carnicero J.M.,University of Jaén |
Lopez-Garcia R.,University of Jaén
Dyna (Spain) | Year: 2011
Noise pollution is one that most affects the quality of life of residents in a city. Of the various sources of urban noise, leisure activities have been those that have largely been the "scourge" of the administration, with multiple methods of control exercised over them. This article describes the methods and control procedures used by local administration in the city of Granada. Sets out the special feature in this city have been taken and their results. Finally, as conclusions indicate future trends, according to the authors in this field in order to get control of the main problem of coexistence in the opinion of citizens. The content of the article makes clear how it has managed to assess in an agile and fast the malfunction of an activity, through an ordinance regulating the maximum level of emissions at each location. Similarly clarifies how it has managed to establish a single platform that covers any manufacturer with the possibility of installing equipment with drivers limiting possibility of sending electronic data and establish guarantees an automatic inspection activities.
Medianero F.J.,Escuela Taller Parque Guadalteba y Red Patrimonio Guadalteba |
Ramos J.,University of Cádiz |
Palmqvist P.,University of Malaga |
Weniger G.,Stiftung Neanderthal Museum |
And 17 more authors.
Quaternary International | Year: 2011
Cleaning works in the cave of Las Palomas in Teba (Málaga, Spain), developed by the Guadalteba Consortium, have provided a number of lithic tools and knapping products that may be ascribed to the Mode III technotypological tradition as well as remains of a number of large mammal species typical of Middle-Late Pleistocene times. Topographic measurements help to place this ancient cave within a karst landform. This discovery opens up new perspectives in the research on the Neanderthal groups that inhabited the valleys of Guadalteba and Turón rivers in the middle basin of the Guadalhorce River, and thus in the southern region of the Iberian Peninsula. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA.