Poster Session 1, Ghent

Session 1: Landscape and Heritage – concepts and ideas

THE DUTCH URBAN LANDSCAPE. THE ATLAS OF URBANISATION IN THE NETHERLANDSJaap Evert ABRAHAMSE

LANDSCAPE PAINTING ADDING A CULTURAL VALUE TO THE DUTCH COUNTRYSIDE,
Ernst BOS

ANCIENT FRONTIER, MODERN LANDSCAPES,
Rob COLLINS

OUR PRESENT IS OUR FUTURE PAST – RETHINKING HERITAGE THROUGH OUR CONTEMPORARY MEMORY,
Pedro FONSECA JORGE

THE HIDDEN NETWORK OF THE NORBERTINE CONSTRUCTIONS. ITS MEANING AND ASSOCIATES INTANGIBLE EXPRESSIONS IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY, INCLUDING THE COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN MANAGING AND VALUING THOSE SITES,
Gisèle GANTOIS

OUTCASTS AND ENTREPRENEURS. SOCIAL AND LANDSCAPE CONTRASTS IN DUTH ‘NEW LANDS’,
Bert GROENEWOUDT

FROM CONSERVATION TO ACTIVE (RE)PRESENTATION: LANDSCAPE AS HERITAGE IN THE PROCESS OF FORMATION OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL IDENTITIES,
Zdeněk KUČERA

ABANDONED CULTURAL LANDSCAPES – ARE THEY APPRECIATED IN THE LOCAL AND REGIONAL POLICY? SUDETY MTS CASE STUDY, SW POLAND,
Agnieszka LATOCHA

THE INDUSTRIAL LANDSCAPE: APPROACH TO HERITAGE,
Leonor MEDEIROS

A NEW MULTI-DISCIPLINARY LANDSCAPE GIS FOR THE NETHERLANDS IN AN EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE,
Menne KOSIAN

WATERWORKS LANDSCAPE,
Ana RUBIO

WHAT DO WE MEAN BY A ‘SYSTAINABLE LANDSCAPE HERITAGE’ WHEN DISCUSSING FOOD LANDSCAPES?,
Ingrid SARLÖV HERLIN

BUILDING VALUE IN LANDSCAPES,
Sarah TUNNICLIFFE

MEDITERRANEAN CULTURAL LANDSCAPES: ABANDONMENT OF CULTIVATION TERRACES IN PORTOFINO (ITALY) AND LESVOS (GREECE),
Theo VAN DER SLUIS

THE FIRST STEP IS THE HARDEST: HOW HIGH-RESOLUTION LANDSCAPE DATA HELPS THE RECONSTRUCTION OF POSSIBLE ROMAN AND EARLY-MEDIEVAL ROUTES IN THE NETHERLANDS,
Rowin VAN LANEN

HERCULES – METHODOLOGIES TO STUDY LONG-TERM LANDSCAPE CHANGE,
Kim VON HACKWITZ

THE MIND AND NATURE OF OLD UPPSALA, SWEDEN,
Kim VON HACKWITZ

RETHINKING HUMAN NATURE: ACHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS AND GIS,
Kim VON HACKWITZ