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Possibilities and prospects on the GIS analysis of landscape history. A methodological overview of the currently available tools and some prospects for the near future. G. Király – É. Konkoly-Gyuró – D. Nagy Univ. of West Hungary, Faculty of Forestry. Outline. Introduction Harmonisation

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Possibilities and prospects on the gis analysis of landscape history

Possibilities and prospects on the GIS analysis of landscape history

A methodological overview of the currently available tools and some prospects for the near future

G. Király – É. Konkoly-Gyuró – D. Nagy

Univ. of West Hungary, Faculty of Forestry


Outline

Outline

  • Introduction

  • Harmonisation

  • Analysis methods

    • Vector methods

    • Raster methods

    • Combine methods

  • Test Area ‘ŐRSÉG’

  • Results

  • Conclusions


Introduction

Introduction

  • Historical maps are become more valued

  • They connect a lot of different field, such as history, geography, ecology, managements, etc.

  • Their GIS analysis give much more knowledge, than traditional viewing


Gis analysis

GIS Analysis

Possible, when comparable maps are available

  • Geometrically

  • Thematically


Geometric harmonisation

Geometric harmonisation

  • Control Points

  • Control Lines

  • Control Areas

  • Application of DEMs

    • Point features – mountains

    • Linear features – ridges and valleys

    • Areal features – plateaus, lakes


Application of dem 1st military and peaks

Control Points – Mountain peaks

Control Lines - Valleys

Application of DEM1st Military and peaks


Application of dem 2nd military and peaks

Control Points – Mountain peaks

Control Lines - Valleys

Application of DEM2nd Military and peaks


Application of dem 3rd military and peaks

Control Points – Mountain peaks

Control Lines - Valleys

Application of DEM 3rd Military and peaks


Application of dem srtm dem and peaks

Control Points – Mountain peaks

Control Lines - Valleys

Application of DEM SRTM DEM and peaks


Application of dem srtm dem and peaks1

Control Points – Mountain peaks

Control Lines – Valleys

valleys from 1st Military

Application of DEM SRTM DEM and peaks


Thematic harmonisation

Thematic harmonisation

  • Reclassifying tables

    • Universal

    • Unambiguous

    • Hierarchic

  • from ~50 categories…


Thematic harmonisation1

Thematic harmonisation

  • Reclassifying tables

    • Universal

    • Unambiguous

    • Hierarchic

  • … to 9 categories


Classic analysis methods

Vector analysis

Polygon overlay

Forward

Backward

Raster analysis

Classic analysis methods


Complex methods

Complex methods

  • Inclusion of DEMs

    • Profile based

    • Area based

  • Inclusion of other data


Focus area rs g

Focus Area ‘ŐRSÉG’


Results overlay of vectors

Results – overlay of vectors


Results raster analysis

Results – raster analysis

3rd

1st


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Harmonisation is very crucial

  • DEMs can help in geometric harmonisation

  • Inclusion of DEM can help to interpret the changes


Thank you for the attention

Thank You for the attention!

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