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Furlan, C. (author)
‘The land, so heavily charged with traces and with past readings, seems very similar to a palimpsest’ (Corboz 1985: 190). Any territory is the result of multiple and simultaneous processes; some are taking place spontaneously, others as the direct result of human interventions. (Secchi 1990; Secchi and Viganò 2009) For urbanists, a territory is...
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Nijhuis, S. (author)
Landscapes change because they are the expression of the dynamic interaction between natural and cultural forces in the environment. As such the landscape is a palimpsest that evidences many successive transformations by human interventions, changing land-use and management, natural succession of vegetation, but also caused by climatological and...
book chapter 2019
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Cattoor, B. (author)
book chapter 2019
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Coomans, Thomas (author), Cattoor, B. (author), De Jonge, Krista (author)
Innovation in mapping methods for historical landscape research is flourishing,<br/>largely because this type of research is situated at the very fertile intersection of<br/>ongoing technological development and sustained critical reflection. On the one<br/>hand, the development of digital tools for data capturing, data analysis and data<br/...
book chapter 2019
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