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Regions and Landscapes

Reality and Imagination in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Medieval,
  • Europe - General,
  • Civilization, Medieval,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Landscape painting, Medieval,
  • History: World,
  • General,
  • World history,
  • World history: c 500 to C 1500,
  • Cities and towns, Medieval,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Europe

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPeter Ainsworth (Editor), Tom Scott (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages244
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9871973M
    ISBN 100820450634
    ISBN 109780820450636

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The Spatial and Economic Transformation of Mountain Regions: Landscapes as Commodities. By Manfred Perlik London, UK: Routledge, xv + pp. Hardback: US$ISBN E-book: US$ISBN Animals, water, wind, and people flow at different rates according to spatial patterns common to almost all landscapes and regions.

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Garden design evolved hugely during the Georgian period – as symbols of wealth and stature, the landed aristocracy had been using gardens for decades. Yet during the eighteenth centuryAuthor: Sarah Spooner. Landscape archaeology or landscape history is the study of the way in which humanity has changed the physical appearance of the environment - both present and past.

Landscape generally refers to both natural environments and environments constructed by human beings. Natural landscapes are considered to be environments that have not been altered by humans in any shape or form.

Book Description. Garden design evolved hugely during the Georgian period – as symbols of wealth and stature, the landed aristocracy had been using gardens for decades. Yet during the eighteenth century, society began to homogenise, and the urban elite also started demanding landscapes that.

Two of the most spectacular regions in terms of the landscapes are both peninsulas, named Reykjanes and Snæfellsnes. Reykjanes is the first stretch of Iceland that most people travelling to the country see, connecting Keflavík Airport to the capital.

It is a perfect introduction to the terrain as the Mid-Atlantic Rift runs adjacent to the. The book covers all major world regions.

I dislike that East and Southeast Asia is lumped into a single region. Most world regional geography textbooks split that part of Asia into at two regions for better depth of coverage of this high population, diverse region.4/5(8). Reanimating Regions marks the continued reinvigoration of a set of disciplinary debates surrounding regions, the regional, and regional geography.

Across 18 chapters from international, interdisciplinary scholars, this book writes and performs region as a temporary permanence, something held stable, not fixed and absolute, at different points. Geographically, it is situated where four large European regions meet—the Alps, the Pannonian Basin, the Dinaric Mountains, and the Mediterranean.

This endows Slovenia with extreme natural diversity, probably one of the highest levels in Europe. Regions and Landscapes.

In: The Soils of Slovenia. World Soils Book Series. Springer Author: Blaž Repe. Historical ecology is a research framework which draws upon diverse evidence to trace complex, long-term relationships between humanity and Earth. With roots in anthropology, archaeology, ecology and paleoecology, geography, and landscape and heritage management, historical ecology applies a.

Synopsis: This book is the foundational text for understanding landscape ecology in terms of pattern/process relationships. Forman introduces the concept of “indispensible patterns” of habitat and habitat linkages that, if protected, can conserve the majority of important ecological function in a landscape.

While all or specific attributes of an ecosystem may not be protected by these. Formal regions, sometimes called homogeneous regions, have at least one characteristic in common. A map of plant hardiness regions, as in Figurefor example, divides the United States into regions based on average extreme temperatures, showing which areas particular plants will grow well.

Animals, water, wind, and people flow at different rates according to spatial patterns common to almost all landscapes and regions. This up-to-date synthesis explores the ecology of heterogeneous land areas, where natural processes and human activities interact to produce an ever changing mosaic.

The subject has great relevance to contemporary society and this book reflects the breadth of this /5(3). This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of the book. The book has identified several different types of designed landscape which contain elements of this tradition: the late seventeenth and early eighteenth-century pastoral fieldscapes found around elite residences in the Midlands, the mid- to late eighteenth-century villa Author: Sarah Spooner.

Get this from a library. Land mosaics: the ecology of landscapes and regions. [Richard T T Forman] -- Animal, plants, water, wind, materials and people move through spatial patterns characteristic of virtually all landscapes and regions.

This up-to-date synthesis explores the ecology of heterogeneous. Landscapes of West Africa, A Window on a Changing World presents a vivid picture of the changing natural environment of West Africa. Using images collected by satellites orbiting hundreds of miles above the Earth, a story of four decades of accelerating environmental change is told.

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Yet during the eighteenth century, society began. Mainland France is divided into 13 regions—five are overseas.

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Her Riesling-crisp prose shines a sharp light, but here, unlike in the rest of the book, there is a sweetness, a curve to her words. She analyses the kaleidoscope of regions, varieties, vineyards and styles through the .