Landscape Modelling

Geographical Space, Transformation and Future Scenarios

ISBN: 978-90-481-3051-1 (Print) 978-90-481-3052-8 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

  2. Where the Moral Appeal Meets the Scientific Approach

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-10

      The Weeping Landscape

  3. Landscape concept in contemporary Europe

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 11-11

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      Pages 13-27

      Present Changes in European Rural Landscapes

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      Pages 29-42

      Environmental Stressors as an Integrative Approach to Landscape Assessment

  4. Between Landscapes and Multi-Scale Regions

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 43-43

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      Pages 45-60

      Environment and Regional Cohesion in the Enlarged European Union – Differences in Public Opinion

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      Pages 61-70

      Cross-Border Relationships of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

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      Pages 71-85

      Land-Use Changes Along the Iron Curtain in Czechia

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      Pages 87-103

      Landscape Function Transformations with Relation to Land-Use Changes

  5. Changing Face of a Landscape: Identity and Perception

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 105-105

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      Pages 107-121

      Memory of a Landscape – A Constituent of Regional Identity and Planning?

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      Pages 123-132

      Landscape Change in the Seewinkel: Comparisons Among Centuries

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      Pages 133-141

      Conditions of Living – Reality, Reflections, Comparisons and Prospects

  6. Modelling and Geovisualization in Landscape Planning and Management

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 143-143

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      Pages 145-157

      Geovisualisation of an Urban Landscape in Participatory Regional Planning

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      Pages 159-170

      Does Landscape Structure Reveal Ecological Sustainability?

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      Pages 171-182

      Landscape Approaches and GIS for Biodiversity Management

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      Pages 183-196

      Relief for Models of Natural Phenomena

  7. Back Matter

    Pages 197-203