Physical-geographical information in the process of the optimalisation of the landscape structure

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We can divide this work and its goals into three basic parts. Here, the entering information is introducing the existed materials that refer to a given territory and also the results of the respective terrain research (July-August 2000, 2001). The first part of research deals with the physical-geographical characteristics. The second part consists of the geoecological synthesis of the territory. In this part, 175 homogenous units of topic dimension were selected. The last part deals with the application of obtained information and evaluates the degree of danger that can influence the ecological stability in the given region. The methodological process is based on the evaluation of the given country. It comes from comparison of natural conditions with the way people utilize the territory. This evaluation process is based on differentiation of secondary landscape structure. It is important to estimate the negative influence on the ecological stability and then to classify the abiocomplexes according to expected sensitivity to intensification of the anthropogenic functions. The result is proposal for effective usage of the territory considering its natural conditions.

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Landscape syntheses are in-depth analyses to recognise landscape structures: they are diagnostic and prognostic. Landscape diagnosis is the process of knowing and arranging facts on the structure and purposeful properties of the landscape - for man's needs. Landscape prognosis involves functional delimitation, resolving the question of rational landscape use.-. E.Williams