Zum Stand der Angewandten Historischen Geographie in den Niederlanden

J.A.J. Vervloet

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    Applied historical geography flourishes in the Netherlands at Wageningen. The author explains ideas on this subject and examines eight parts of it from the Netherlands point of view: the need to explain the cultural landscape; to explain the relationship between basic and applied study; work in areas where there is a preservation order; an extension of historical-ecological research; working with applied archaeology, historical geography, and historical architecture; methods for evaluation of cultural history; relating such studies to planning; the ability to exist as an international range of studies. -D.J.Davis
    Original languageGerman
    Pages (from-to)445-458
    JournalBerichte zur deutschen Landeskunde
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - 1994

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