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https://doi.org/10.21861/hgg.2011.73.02.11

Historical Agricultural Landscape as a Subject of Landscape Ecological Research

Jana Špulerová ; Institute of Landscape Ecology, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
František Petrovič ; Department of Ecology and Environmentalist, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Constantine The Philosopher University, Nitra, Slovakia


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 408 Kb

str. 155-163

preuzimanja: 942

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Sažetak

This article is focused on historical agricultural landscapes in Slovakia, which have been preserved and have irreplaceable ecological, cultural and historical value. Historical structures of agricultural landscapes (HSAL) are a type of cultural landscape that contains, within a geographic area, both natural and man-made features that typify connected activities, and a cultural expression reflecting past events or patterns of physical development. They are now becoming rare, making them even more valuable, however, on a European scale. The article presents an overview of research activities focused on the historical agricultural landscape and point out different types of historical agricultural landscapes such as viticulture landscapes, mountain grassland-arable landscapes, agricultural landscapes with dispersed settlements etc. The research emphasized land-use changes, driving forces, and threats and trends relating to the historical agricultural landscape in Slovakia.

Ključne riječi

historical agricultural landscape, cultural landscape, landscape ecology, Slovakia

Hrčak ID:

79106

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/79106

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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