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Description

This program of research activities addresses theoretical, methodological and applied problems in order to contribute to the knowledge and preservation of landscapes. It addresses the two sspatial levels agreed upon by the National Cultural Landscape Plan: (i) Landscapes of special cultural interest, of exceptional value and suitable to become protected properties. (ii) Everyday landscapes, defined by the European Landscape Convention as “those that correspond to most of the environments where people live, are constantly changing as a result of social, economic and environmental development, and are valued by the population on the basis of individual and social well-being”.

Team

The consortium is formed by the groups:

 

GIPC
Grupo de Investigación Paisaje Cultural (coordinador)
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

 

GESYP
Geovisualización, Espacios Singulares y Patrimonio
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

 

ADAPTA
Sistemas Socio-ecológicos, Paisaje y Desarrollo Local
Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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Supported by the following partner groups:

ASSOCIATED GROUPS

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Goals

01. Apply geomatics techniques for digital documentation of landscapes.

02. Implement techniques for transdisciplinary landscape research.

03. Develop new methods of historical interpretation of the landscape through its representations.

04. To characterize the landscape heritage of Madrid.

05. Obtain conservation guidelines for different types of landscapes.

06. To face problems of the relationship between rural landscape, territorial development, tourism and leisure.

07. Promote internationalization, training and dissemination actions.

Results

Journal articles  

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Books

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Book chapters

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Papers and presentations at conferences

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Workshops, seminars and forums

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Bachelor's thesis (TFG) and Master's thesis (TFM)

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Other results

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Formation

Workshops and seminars LABPA-CM

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Participation in official Master's studies

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Participation in own Master's degrees

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Participation in official bachelor's degrees

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Internationalisation

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LVMP

The Landscape Visualization and Modeling Lab (LVMP) uses geomatics technology to investigate new methods of representation, mapping, modeling and visualization of large-scale environments for heritage and landscape conservation. To this end, LVMP relies on advanced models that relate and synthesize georeferenced information in visualization processes.

More information: Lab LVMP

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