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    • NetWet 3NetWet 3 Spatial diagnostic model by introducing sattelite imagery
    • NetWet3 Landscape components LandscapeLandscapeLandscapeLandscape Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism
    • Landscape configuration  Landscape components (static)  Diachronic approach (dynamic) − time as a parameter  past - accepted  present - participate  future - design
    • Landscape configuration 2008 Future Past Event Event Event
    • Landscape configuration -reversible- event territorial change
    • Landscape configuration -e reversible- event territorial change
    • Landscape configuration Events  Natural − earthquakes − floods - draught − fires − landslide  Man made − territorial policies  implementation  chaotic
    • Landscape Model •Development of spatial methodology •Diachronic landscape configuration •Identify areas of hight pressure •Identify unique landscape elements •natural elements •men made structure •historical sites •.....
    • Diachronic landscape configuration  Satellite imagery - Snapshots •For landuse - cover maps Landsat images – Spatial resolution – Radiometric resolution – landuse landcover input layer in Landscape diachronic mapping •Data available since 1970 – Fast data process – reliable results – large areas
    • Landsat 1977 - 2000 2008 200019891977
    • Landsat 2000
    • Landsat 1989
    • Landsat 1977
    • Identify areas of hight pressure  Areas where land cover has changed − overlay to water territories − correlation to cultural grid − examine legal status  evaluation of territorial policies implementation
    • Islands of Cephalonia & Ithaca
    • Polycentricity  Δυνατότητα σύνδεσης οικισμών μέσω: − Διοικιτικών − Οικονομικών − Κοινωνικών δεσμών  Αργοστόλι – Ληξούρι – Δίπολο  Δημιουργία Ισχυρών Κέντρων  Ζώνες Επιροής
    • Geology
    • Landcover – use map
    • Watersheds - Hydrology
    • NDVI
    • NDVI 1977
    • 1977 – 2000
    • Vegetation 1977 - 2000
    • Peloponisos 1977 - 2000
    • NetWet3 Landscape components LandscapeLandscapeLandscapeLandscape Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities Cultural –CulturalCultural –Cultural gridgrid − heritage − historical sites − cities EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast EcologicalEcological − landcover − aquatic ecosystems − coast InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers InstitutionalInstitutional − public administration − spatial development actors − policy makers Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism Sosio – economicSosio – economic − agriculture − industry − sme − tourism