Changes in the Landscape Character of the Studied Area of the Cadastre of the Municipality of Doudleby in the South Bohemian Region in the Czech Republic
Milan Dousa 1 *
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1 Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Faculty of Public Administration, Department of Economics and Management of Public Administration. Košice, SLOVAK REPUBLIC* Corresponding Author

Abstract

The landscape is a part of the earth’s surface with a characteristic relief, formed by a set of functionally interconnected ecosystems and elements of civilization. The sustainability of the landscape and its territory is examined on the basis of its ecological stability. This means the ability of a given system to persist even under interfering influence and to reproduce its essential characteristics in the conditions of external disturbance. The aim of the paper is based on content analysis, description of selected landscape, vegetation stage, determination of megatype sensu Meeus and method of calculation of ecological stability coefficient according to Michal and Miklós to determine changes in landscape character of the studied area. The result of the paper is the identification of changes in the landscape character of the researched area, as well as the proposal of a strategic vision for the landscape plan in the researched municipality in the cadastre of the South Bohemian region in the Czech Republic. Despite several uncertainties, this article proves that it is feasible to analyze long‐term land‐use tendency to generate more meaningful, spatially explicit information, which can form the ground for landscape planning and ecosystem management.

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Article Type: Research Article

EUR J SUSTAIN DEV RES, 2021, Volume 5, Issue 2, Article No: em0153

https://doi.org/10.21601/ejosdr/9759

Publication date: 07 Mar 2021

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