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ECO-GEOGRAPHICAL APPROACH TO INVESTIGATION OF STABILITY OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE

https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2012-5-4-63-83

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Today in Russia, much attention is given to research and practical identification of the cultural landscape (CL) stability parameters that define its dependency on the character of the territorial land use. As a rule, these are projects of territorial and landscape planning (LP) aimed at assessment of stability of the CL depending on the conditions of the social and natural environment, on the level of changes of its components, and on the direct relation with the nature and the type of natural resources management. This approach defines most fully conditions and the level of impact on the landscape.
The paper discusses the main types of natural resource management of the CL. Residential areas are the most complex and multifunctional types of natural resource management. They are of the greatest interest to the research as an object of “co-creation of man and nature” [Sochava, 1978]. This is determined by an important role of residential areas with their infrastructure as a landscape reshaping element that influences the functioning and structure of the CL. Cities, suburbs and towns, as human environment, require a special attention in order to achieve an environmentally friendly and sustainable landscape.
In the concept of LP, much attention is given to assessment of the natural components of the CL. As a rule, assessment of soil, climate (atmosphere), water, and landscape sensitivity and significance is conducted [Drozdov, 2006]. The selection of assessment criteria varies depending on the natural resource management type. Obtained results are compared with parameters that are indicative for or specific to naturally occurring landscape. The crisis of environmental components makes LP the vitally necessary management instrument. The goals of landscape planning are broadly formulated—landscape planning should cover the entire territory of the country, should consider both natural and socio-economic factors, and should develop measures to prevent and control impacts on the landscape.

About the Authors

Elena Golubeva

Russian Federation
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography, Moscow, Russia
Corresponding author


Maria Ignatieva

Sweden
Division of Landscape Architecture, Department of Urban and Rural Development at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences; PO Box 7012, SE-750 77 Uppsala, Sweden


Tatiana Korol

Russian Federation
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography, Moscow, Russia


Valentina Toporina

Russian Federation
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Geography, Moscow, Russia


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Golubeva E., Ignatieva M., Korol T., Toporina V. ECO-GEOGRAPHICAL APPROACH TO INVESTIGATION OF STABILITY OF CULTURAL LANDSCAPE. GEOGRAPHY, ENVIRONMENT, SUSTAINABILITY. 2012;5(4):63-83. https://doi.org/10.24057/2071-9388-2012-5-4-63-83

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