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  • Biogeography and landscape ecology : the way forward - gradients and graph theory
  • Bibliography ; Biogeography ; Climatic change ; Ecology ; Landscape ecology ; Methodology ; Palaeo-ecology ; Soil science
  • in the field is then summarized under the following headings : Landscape ecology and climate research; Alternatives to fragmentation and the patch-based model - the links between pattern and process; Fragmentation research; Methodology and techniques
  • Following the previous report on this subject, published in 2007, there has been a very substantial increase in publications relevant to landscape ecology. The continuing identity crisis of landscape ecology is described and recent literature
  • in landscape ecology; and Connectivity and graph theoretical approaches. The review concludes that landscape ecology now represents one important focus within biogeography, linked to ecological biogeography, and takes its place alongside other key foci
  • , including macroecology, palaeoecology and soil science/pedology.
  • Fractals, fractal dimensions and landscapes. A review
  • Fractal geometry ; Geomorphology ; Geomorphometry ; Landscape ; Methodology
  • Fractal analysis is now a growing field of research and an extensive literature concerned with the fractal nature of landscapes is developing. This paper summarizes fractal and related theories and reviews the last decade's research on the fractal
  • analysis of landscapes.
  • Krajinné syntézy ich vychodiska a smerovanie. (The landscape syntheses their starting points and tendency)
  • Généralités sur la géographie ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Science du paysage ; Système ; Théorie
  • The landscape in its complexity and dynamics is the main object of geographic study. It becomes necessary to create an exact theoretico-methodological basis for geographical syntheses and a condition for a scientifically based prediction and thus
  • Landscape synthesis, landscape processes and land classification, some theoretical and methodological issues in Landscape synthesis.
  • Analyse globale ; Classification du paysage ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Méthodologie ; Paysage naturel ; Potentiel agricole ; Régionalisation physique ; Théorie
  • Geodiversity evaluation with the aid of landscape indices - basic methodological obstructions
  • Index ; Landscape ; Methodology ; Theory
  • Géodiversité ; Indice ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Théorie
  • Some aspects of the theoretical foundations to geodiversity evaluation. The undesirable behavior of typical landscape indices is illustrated in a series of examples. This gives rise to a question as to how to measure diversity in a quantitative way
  • Approximation critique des théories les plus représentatives de la science du paysage
  • Ecology ; Geography ; Landscape ; Landscape science ; Theory
  • Ecologie ; Géographie ; Paysage ; Science du paysage ; Théorie
  • This work analyses the different theories about the landscape science, which have most interested followers at the present. The AA. had a critical approach to them and, finally, they deduced that a lot of times they are totally compatible, and even
  • Analysing visual landscape complexity : theory and application
  • Complexity ; Concept ; Indicator ; Landscape ; Landscape ecology ; Perception
  • Complexity is a concept that appears in the development of indicators for several landscape functions, including visual quality and biodiversity. This paper outlines the factors which constitute the dimensions of complexity perception.
  • [b1] Department of Landscape Planning, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Suede
  • [b2] Department of Landscape Architecture and Spatial Planning, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norvege
  • Utilisation de la théorie fondée et du logiciel ATLAS.ti en géographie
  • Landscape ; Landscape dynamics ; Methodology ; Software ; Theory
  • Dynamique du paysage ; Logiciel ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Théorie
  • In the last decades, the belief that landscape is not merely a material reality, but also a social and cultural document in which people play a key role, has come to the forefront. Standard landscape analyses have thus had to be improved through
  • qualitative analyses, which enable the study of meanings and social concepts of landscape, the mechanisms of comprehending landscape and its variation, as well as landscape dynamics. This article presents the study of landscape using an analysis of literary
  • , technical, and academic written sources. In addition, it presents the qualitative method known as grounded theory and the ATLAS.ti computer software, which was used to carry out the empirical part of the study. - (IKR)
  • Cultural landscape ; Czech Republic ; Indicator ; Theory
  • Indicateur ; Paysage culturel ; Stress environnemental ; Tchèque république ; Théorie
  • in the subsystems of a landscape. The methodological concept used can be applied to other areas of study because of its broader spatial and functional applications. In comparison to other methodologies used to evaluate the anthropopressures on the landscape
  • This article deals with the theoretical background to environmental stress theory that includes a multivariables system of indicators and the application of such theory. The environmental stress lies at the intersection of the stressors
  • Etudes théoriques de la science des paysages de la fin du XXème siècle (quelques sujets)
  • Cultural landscape ; Geosystem ; Landscape ; Landscape ecology ; Landscape science ; Natural landscape ; Russia ; Scientific publication ; Theory ; Years 1980-89 ; Years 1990-99
  • Années 1980 ; Années 1990 ; Ecologie du paysage ; Géosystème ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Paysage naturel ; Publication scientifique ; Russie ; Science du paysage ; Théorie
  • Analyse des publications sur 15 ans (1986-2000) principalement de la revue fédérative Geografiia dans la section Questions théoriques et générales de la science du paysage.
  • Reading the landscape : Integrating the theory and practice of geomorphology to develop place-based understandings of river systems
  • Channel geometry ; Fluvial adjustment ; Fluvial dynamics ; Fluvial geomorphology ; Hydraulic works ; Landscape ; Methodology ; Space time ; Stream ; Watershed
  • Building upon conceptual and theoretical insights into the geomorphic character, behaviour and evolution of rivers, this paper outlines an approach to the practice of fluvial geomorphology : reading the landscape. A bottom-up, constructivist
  • approach is applied to identify landforms, assess their morphodynamics, and interpret the interaction and evolution of these features at reach and catchment scales. Reading the landscape is framed as an open-ended and generic set of questions that inform
  • process-form interpretations of river landscapes. This approach provides a basis for scientifically informed management efforts that respect and work with the inherent diversity and dynamics of any given river system.
  • [b4] Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Chine
  • Geosystem ; Human impact ; Impact study ; Landscape ; Landscape science ; Methodology ; Theory
  • Action anthropique ; Etude d'impact ; Géosystème ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Science du paysage ; Théorie
  • science du paysage. Etude de moments déterminés tels que la stabilité des formations naturelles, les charges admissibles, l'expérience géographique, le rôle des études stationnelles, la diagnose des situations des géosystèmes, quelques aspects de leur
  • Exploring the Heterogeneity of Rural Landscape Preferences: An Image-Based Latent Class Approach
  • Austria ; Classification ; Digitally calibrated images ; Enquiry ; Landscape dynamics ; Preference ; Rural landscape ; Upper Austria ; landscape change ; landscape preferences ; stated choice
  • preferred more open landscapes. The results indicate that landscape change can affect humans in different ways, and that evolutionary and cultural preference theories are useful in explaining landscape preferences.
  • Effects of depopulation, farm family income and changes in agricultural practices, etc. have resulted in the abandonment or destruction of traditional mountainous landscapes. An image-based stated choice survey was applied to explore the effects
  • of various landscape change processes on the preferences of a mostly urban sample (N = 410). The 128 digitally generated landscape scenarios represented various kinds and intensities of agricultural and tourism use of a historic terraced area in Austria
  • . Latent class segmentations identified four segments, with different preferences for natural, managerial and social landscape features. While a preference for a more complex, mysterious and natural landscape was found for three segments, one segment
  • [b1] BOKU—University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria and Institute of Landscape Development, Recreation and Conservation Planning, Vienna, Austria
  • [b2] BOKU—University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria and Institute of Landscape Development, Recreation and Conservation Planning, Vienna, Austria
  • Methodology, scale, and the field of dreams
  • Chaos ; Landscape dynamics ; Methodology ; Physical geography ; Scale ; Theory
  • Chaos ; Dynamique du paysage ; Echelle ; Géographie physique ; Méthodologie ; Théorie
  • Fonctions intégrantes de la science du paysage
  • Landscape ; Landscape ecology ; Landscape science ; Regional policy ; Theory
  • Ecologie du paysage ; Fonction intégrative ; Paysage ; Politique régionale ; Science du paysage ; Théorie
  • Description de cinq niveaux d'intégration dans la science du paysage, à savoir la synthèse intrapaysagique, les relations avec les sciences de géographie physique spécifiques, la place dans le système des sciences de la Terre, les interactions avec
  • la géographie économique et sociale à travers l'écologie du paysage et le rôle de la science du paysage dans la politique régionale de l'Etat.
  • Abstract cultural landscapes
  • Concept ; Culturel ; Géographie humaine ; Paysage culturel ; Théorie
  • The A. advocates the development of a theory of landscape change in a branch of geography that has tended to ignore it. - (DWG)
  • Conceptual model ; Indicator ; Landscape ; Methodology ; Sustainable development ; Territory
  • Starting from a systematic exploration of theories and practices related to the evaluation of the territorial sustainability and the involvement of the landscape into the evaluation processes, SETLAND research project aims to develop a methodology
  • to verify if and how landscape could be seen and used as a “complex indicator” of the sustainability. - (NF)
  • Geocomplex ; Landscape ; Landscape science ; Mathematical model ; Mathematics ; Methodology ; Spatial analysis
  • Analyse spatiale ; Géocomplexe ; Mathématique ; Modèle mathématique ; Méthodologie ; Paysage ; Science du paysage
  • spectre d'objectifs scientifiques et pratiques concrets. Ces modèles pourront servir de base à une théorie quantitative de la science du paysage permettant d'observer d'une manière analytique différentes situations et d'obtenir des résultats de calcul
  • Development problems of European cultural landscapes.
  • Agriculture ; Archaeology ; Ecology ; Geochronology ; Geography ; Human activity ; Hydrology ; Industry ; Landscapes ; Manuals ; Monographs ; Soil sciences ; Theoretical studies ; Urbanization
  • Action homme ; Agriculture ; Archéologie ; Ecologie ; Géochronologie ; Géographie ; Hydrologie surface ; Industrie ; Manuel ; Monographie ; Paysage ; Pédologie ; Théorie ; Urbanisation
  • The book presents a systematical introduction in plans and working methods of genetic landscape-research. Geographical methods are considered as well as scientific archaeological and theoretical methods. Several chapters deal with relics of cultural
  • landscapes as a storage medium and with the investigation of the infrastructural development of the European landscape, cultivated by man.
  • Strategies for Enhancing Landscape Architecture Research
  • ECLAS ; Education ; Higher education ; Knowledge ; Landscape ; Landscape architecture ; Research ; Research technique ; doctoral programmes ; research strategies
  • these objectives into practice include organising conferences, colloquia and seminars on research and research methodologies, and developing network activities for academic exchange, including links with research communities outside landscape architecture.
  • définir le paysagisme comme une discipline qui compte sur son propre corpus de connaissances, il est important de construire un tronc commun de théorie et de méthodes et de commencer à développer des normes spécifiques pour l'assurance d'une qualité
  • universitaire, comme l'évaluation de la recherche.#Landscape architects have always felt that they benefit, in practice and education, from fundamental and applied research. The results of recent surveys among landscape architecture educators now make
  • it possible to conduct a substantive discussion about the connections between research on the one hand and teaching and practice on the other. Such connections, it seems, are still weak. To develop these connections and be able to define landscape architecture
  • as a discipline that relies on its own body of knowledge, it is important to build a common framework of theory and methods, and to start developing specific standards for academic quality assurance, such as the evaluation of research. Strategies to put
  • [b1] Landscape Architecture, Wageningen University
  • [b2] Landscape Planning, Kassel University