The research methods of historical land use as exemplified by the formation of rural landscapes on Kasaritsa study area Rõuge parish in 17th-19th centuries. The importance of scale, given the ever-increasing choice of remotely sensed data, is emphasized. Product Description: This volume presents 17 up-to-date contributions focusing on the potential, and use of, constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in cold climate areas. Description: Investigation of cracks in the walls of Flagler County Courthouse in Bunnell, Florida. A new procedure for the representation of flow directions and calculation of upslope areas using rectangular grid digital elevation models is presented. The results are as follows.
Some of these resolutions were transformational and resulted in new or revised policies. Retrieved Mar 16 2019 from 184564168X Geo-environment and landscape evolution; proceedings. Detailed scale investigations can provide information about local conditions, but are not efficient at cataloguing vast areas. National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Washington, D. The approach is based on the recognition that in natural landscapes drainage is generally away from higher and towards lower terrain. The meeting brought together a wide range of experts in their fields researchers, engineers, planners, decision-makers, consultants to explore the contribution of geosciences and geo-information to environmental management, land preservation, remediation and sustainable development. The continuity of the forests and the possibilities of defining the variation of the areas covered with forest and open landscape were studied at the test area using the map material covering 150-year period reference years were 1850, 1949 and 2002.
ÒEffect of Rainfall Intensity and Slopes on the Total Nitrogen Losses from Fertilized Highway SlopesÓ, Science of the Total Environment, Elsevier, submitted, 2011. In addition, we did not detect a difference between lowlands and heights. The impacts of historical land use on formation of landscapes and biotypes and development of the protection regime in Karula National Park. A better understanding of this phenomenon will help us to incorporate appropriate variability into wetland mitigation design and construction, improving creation and restoration of functional wetlands. Spatial correlograms of Oak corroborate the mapped data in indicating the dominance of region-wide trends.
Third International Conference on Evolution, Monitoring, Simulation, Management and Remediation of the Geological Environment and Landscape, 2008. February 20 — 23, 2011. Geo-Environment and Landscape Evolution 305 - 315. Further, these observations suggest that spatial scales of tree abundances are dynamic and that constraints imposed by substrate vary in importance in response to long-term climatic variation. Our results lend support to the importance of spatial heterogeneity in the rules of landscape change, and suggest that models that attend local variability in the forces driving landscape change can provide more useful predictions than models that assume these forces operate similarly throughout the landscape. Land cover changes as indicated by historical maps: the case study from Vana-Kuuste manor, Estonia.
International Geo-Environment and Landscape Evolution 2d: 2006: Rhodes, Greece Ed. The indicators of the importance of the forest coverage or the coverage area at a certain period of time depend on the applied assessment methodology, primary source used, etc. The Conference brings together engineers and scientists from a wide range of academic disciplines and industrial backgrounds who have an interest in the shock and impact response of structures and materials. Ajaloolise maakasutuse mõju Karula Rahvuspargi maastike, koosluste ja kaitsekorra kujunemisele. Soil erosion control requires a quantitative evaluation of potential soil erosion on a specific site. Both natural and socio- The homogenization and fragmentation of landscapes caused by intensive management is an increasing problem worldwide.
Priority areas for rapid restoration were demonstrated, and the difficult areas with precipitation as a limiting factor for vegetation restoration were specified. Because the reflectance in mountainous areas depends on many vegetative and terrain features, the simple non-Lambertian correction over broad categories did not significantly improve the results. The results showed that the vegetation types were well correlated with soil orders, and the latter could be used to deduce the potential vegetation for areas of degraded secondary forest. The best result was derived when the Minnaert constants of forest were separated from those of other land uses which were combined. Product Description: The book extends the knowledge on wetland ecosystem services based on the new research. Civil Engineering State University of New York at Buffalo, June 1988.
Assessment of changes in forest coverage based on historical maps Forest has always been an important natural resource. Geo-Environment and Landscape Evolution: Proceedings. The present studies have proved that it is not easy to find a clear and simple answer to the above-mentioned essential issues. Here I examine this issue by analyzing spatial autocorrelation in annual rainfall and mean annual temperatures from sites throughout the world using the database maintained by the Global Historical Climatology Network. Civil Engineering State University of New York at Buffalo, February 1992. Southampton: Wit Press Zeleke, Gete; Alemu, Betre; Hergarten, Christian; Krauer, Jürg 2008. Elsevier Applied Science, London, 1990.
Spatial autocorrelation and spatial co-occurrence techniques were found to be relatively effective when compared to the fractal approaches. Wolfgramm, Bettina; Hergarten, Christian; Nazarmavloev, Farrukh 2013. The paper explore two types of geo-indicators. It can be concluded that the wavelet transform approach is the most accurate of all four approaches. Water, 5 1 , 53-66; doi: 10.
International Journal of Agricultural Research, 10 1 , pp. Of those factors, the C-factor is one of the most important affecting soil erosion in the region. For long slopes on which both interrill and rill erosion occur, the relationships consist of two linear segments with a breakpoint at 9% slope. Maakasutuse uurimise metoodika Kasaritsa uurimisala Rõuge kihelkond 17. Human influence was taken into consideration in compiling a scale of the contrast between 10 land use groups. Chopra, Computational Mechanics Publications, U. The common focus is on the interaction between land use practices and the biotic and abiotic environment in history, and most of the chapters therefore deal with cultural landscapes.