The Cultural Landscape: Past, Present, and Future

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Hilary H. Birks
Cambridge University Press, 1988 - 521 sider
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The Cultural Landscape - Past, Present and Future considers different aspects of man's intervention with natural vegetation and the landscape resulting from a long equilibrium of co-existence. These landscapes are not stable, and the recent and ever accelerating changes in technology and life-style have increasingly affected many ancient landscapes, as old land-use practices are abandoned and traditions forgotten. The papers in this book describe and trace the development of cultural landscapes in different climatic and biogeographical regions in Europe. Remnants of traditional land-use still remaining are described, particularly from Western Norway, where traditions have lingered because the rugged topography of the region is inimicable to high-technology. Each chapter is by an expert in the field. The topics cover the documentation of present cultural landscapes, their maintenance and restoration, and the history of the development of cultural landscapes from the Stone Age onwards, linking the intensity of landscape utilization with population dynamics and technological attainments. The disciplines involved include vegetation science, vegetation history, ecology, palaeoecology, archaeology, sociology, geography and history.
  

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91
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111
XX
289
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301
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311
XXIV
321
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333
XXVI
349
XXVIII
369
XXIX
381

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139
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153
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165
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189
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209
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229
XVII
241
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255
XIX
267
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395
XXXI
409
XXXII
429
XXXIII
445
XXXIV
463
XXXV
469
XXXVI
475
XXXVII
483
XXXVIII
486
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