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Trends in historical geography. Applied research and methods for spatial and landscape planning


Organizers

Elena Dai Prà, University of Trento (Italy)


Description

Landscape interpretation and analysis in a Geo-historical perspective, that is a multitemporal research on landscape patterns and landscape changes, represent an essential requirement in order to implement a sustainable spatial planning.
The proposed session will be focused on methodological samples concerning researches (also in progress) of applied historical geography, intended as a project-tool for geolocating, mapping and analysing the cultural features of present-day landscapes, but also for land-use, landscape and urban planning and, generally speaking, for territorial governance.
The main topics and case-studies of such a vision of historical geography include, but not limited to: requalification of built-up, marginal and fringe areas; rural landscapes protection and development;  forest, agroforest, croplands and, in general, natural vegetated surfaces management; boundary areas pressing challenges.

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Slot 1
Chair: Elena Dai Prà

Presentation n. 1
Title: Landscape Planning and GIS
Author(s): Laura Federzoni

Presentation n. 2
Title: High resolution imaging and GIS for the study of the Buonsignori mural maps at the Uffizi Gallery (XVI Century). A contribution to the historical geography of Tuscany
Author(s): Francesco Zan, Francesca De Luca

Presentation n. 3
Title: (Post)socialist landscapes? Linking household surveys and remotely sensed data for assessing rural landscape changes in Northern Croatia
Author(s): Marin Cvitanovic

Presentation n. 4
Title: Of land and men: historical analysis of 20th century agricultural workforce in Tuscany
Author(s): Giancarlo Macchi Jánica

Presentation n. 5
Title: How geomorphology grounds the explanatory factors of human occupation of territory: a demonstrative essay conducted in the terminal sector of the watershed of river Lima.
Author(s): Andreira Pereira, Lúcio Cunha

Presentation n. 6
Title: Recognizing and salvaging the cattle-track landscapes: issues, experiences and practical cases
Author(s): Emilia Sarno

Slot 2
Chair: Elena Dai Prà

Presentation n. 1
Title: The "Strada di Cento Croci": the reconstruction of its history and environmental values
Author(s): Carlo Alberto Gemignani

Presentation n. 2
Title: Sustainable development of Altai Mountains through the preservation traditional cultural landscapes
Author(s): Denis Dirin

Presentation n. 3
Title: Influence of socioeconomic development on the land-use change on Croatian islands
Author(s): Anica Cuka

Presentation n. 4
Title: Historical geography of wildfires in Spain: old and new risk prone areas
Author(s): LUIS GALIANA-MARTÍN, CRISTINA MONTIEL-MOLINA

Presentation n. 5
Title: Historical maps and geo-historical sources for boundary problems representation.
Author(s): Revolti R., Buffoni D., Dai Prà E., Alaimo A., Allegri D., Mastronunzio M.


Session code:
S33


 

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Scientific Committee:

Sergio Conti
Gino
De Vecchis
Franco
Farinelli
Henk
Ottens
Franco
Salvatori
Lidia
Scarpelli

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Committee:

Filippo Celata
Sandra Leonardi
Marco Maggioli
Fiippo Randelli
Alessandro Ricci
Andrea Riggio
Claudia Robiglio
Massimiliano Tabusi

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