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By Ivan Bičík, Lucie Kupková, Leoš Jeleček, Jan Kabrda, Přemysl Štych, Zbyněk Janoušek, Jana Winklerová

The target of this ebook is to investigate adjustments within the panorama of Czechoslovakia / the Czech Republic because the first half the nineteenth century. The textual content focuses not just on describing those significant adjustments via statistical and spatial facts, but additionally on explaining the tactics, societal, financial, political and institutional forces that force them. Drawing on greater than 20 years of expertise with land use study, the authors have mixed equipment and methods from the fields of human geography, cartography, panorama ecology, historic geography and environmental historical past. The authors comprehend land use study as a fashion of interpreting nature-society interactions, their improvement, spatial points, explanations and affects. Czechoslovakia / the Czech Republic serves for example, combining basic techniques happening in landscapes of built international locations with the result of domestically particular using forces, such a lot of them political  (world wars, communism, go back to marketplace economic climate etc.).

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57). The structure of soil types has been undergoing gradual transformation recently. Especially, the most fertile soils, usually found in the plains, are under a strong pressure from developers. Though these quality soils enjoy legal protection and developing such areas requires special payments, the total area of fertile soils is shrinking. Territorial patterns of soil types are rather scattered due to varying climate and landscape types. It is common that a number of different soil types are found within just one small cadastral area.

Though these quality soils enjoy legal protection and developing such areas requires special payments, the total area of fertile soils is shrinking. Territorial patterns of soil types are rather scattered due to varying climate and landscape types. It is common that a number of different soil types are found within just one small cadastral area. 3 shows STUs where the proportion of one soil type on agricultural land was more than 75 % or 50–75 %. Only the most important soil types are taken into consideration.

5 Land Use Research in Czechia: Past and Present 23 small regions, and remote sensing data (ideally Europe-wide CORINE data plus data collected by LANDSAT, Spot, and other satellites). References A vision of Britain through time (2014) University of Portsmouth. Available http://www. uk. Accessed 20 March 2014 Aspinall RJ (2008) Basic and applied land use science. In: Aspinall RJ, Hill MJ (eds) Land use change: science, policy and management. CRC Press, Boca Raton, pp 3–15 Aspinall RJ, Hill MJ (eds) (2008) Land use change: science, policy and management.

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