Landscape Interfaces: Cultural Heritage in Changing Landscapes

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Hannes Palang, G. Fry
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 31, 2003 - Science - 406 pages
This book has been initiated by the workshop on Cultural heritage in changing landscapes, held during the IALE (International Association for Landscape Ecology) European Conference that started in Stockholm, Sweden, in June 200 1 and continued across the Baltic to Tartu, Estonia, in JUly. The papers presented at the workshop have been supported by invited contributions that address a wider range of the cultural heritage management issues and research interfaces required to study cultural landscapes. The book focuses on landscape interfaces. Both the ones we find out there in the landscape and the ones we face while doing research. We hope that this book helps if not to make use of these interfaces, then at least to map them and bridge some of the gaps between them. The editors wish to thank those people helping us to assemble this collection. First of all our gratitude goes to the authors who contributed to the book. We would like to thank Marc Antrop, Mats Widgren, Roland Gustavsson, Marion Pots chin, Barbel Tress, Tiina Peil, Helen Soovali and Anu Printsmann for their quick and helpful advice, opinions and comments during the different stages of editing. Helen Soovali and Anu Printsmann together with Piret Pungas - thank you for technical help.
 

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Contents

LANDSCAPE INTERFACES
1
LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY AND SEMIOSIS
15
THE CONCEPT OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE DISCOURSE AND NARRATIVES
21
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON TREES AND HEDGEROWS IN JAPAN AND ENGLAND
53
TRANSFORMATIONS OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE The Case of the PolishUkrainian Borderland
71
THE ROLE OF CULTURAL VALUES IN MODERN LANDSCAPES The Flemish Example
91
SHAPING THE FUTURE OF A CULTURAL LANDSCAPE THE DOURO VALLEY WINE REGION
109
CULTURAL AND HISTORICAL VALUES IN LANDSCAPE PLANNING LOCALS PERCEPTION
125
HISTORICAL CADASTRAL MAPS AS A TOOL FOR VALUATION OF TODAYS LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS
221
FROM OBJECTS TO LANDSCAPES IN NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT A ROLE FOR LANDSCAPE INTERFACES
237
LANDSCAPE ARCHAEOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF ANCIENT CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES Some Notes Based on Finnish Experiences
255
PRESSURE ON THE FRINGE OF THE CITIES
271
THE LONG CHAIN ARCHAEOLOGY HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE CHARACTERIZATION AND TIME DEPTH IN THE LANDSCAPE
293
AUTHENTICITY IN LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LOCAL CONTEXT
317
COMBINING APPROACHES IN LANDSCAPE RESEARCH The Case of Saaremaa Estonia
355
LANDSCAPE A MATTER OF IDENTITY AND INTEGRITY Towards Sound Knowledge Awareness and Involvement
373

STAKEHOLDER LANDSCAPES AND GIS Institutional Visions of Landscape and Sustainability in the Management of the Sherwood Natural Area ...
147
AN ABORIGINAL PLANNING INITIATIVE Sacred Knowledge and Landscape Suitability Analysis
163
COMMUNICATING LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT PLANS THROUGH SCENARIO VISUALIZATION TECHNIQUES
185
LEARNING FROM TARTU TOWARDS POSTPOSTMODERN LANDSCAPES
393
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