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 The landscape is a natural resource, since it has aesthetic values​​, cultural and educational, for it must be well mana...
 Know and recognize Diagnose Apply Propose
 From the ecological point of view: 1.-Dumm, "The landscape is a concept of relationships derived from the interaction of...
 Within a systematic approach: 1.-Sochava: "The landscape is the form and image of the complex geosistema territorial org...
 These signs and the geometric arrangement of these (lines, shapes, grouping etc).
 Viewing distance Position of the observer weather Conditions Lighting Motion of the observer Duration of observation
 It is the superficial layer of the Earth. Mineral origin.
 Element of great influence on biotic and human action
 Striking element in the landscapeLIQUID STATE                          SOLID STATE
 It acts as an interface between biotic and abiotic  elements.
 They are endowed with life factors: Vegetation Natural Artificial fauna
 Performance of humans on the landscape Farming activities public works Exploitation of waste Creation of rural and urban...
 Color Form line Texture Scale spatial configuration
LUIS DEFAZ LANDSCAPE AS RESOURCE
LUIS DEFAZ LANDSCAPE AS RESOURCE
LUIS DEFAZ LANDSCAPE AS RESOURCE
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LUIS DEFAZ LANDSCAPE AS RESOURCE

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LUIS DEFAZ LANDSCAPE AS RESOURCE

  1. 1.  The landscape is a natural resource, since it has aesthetic values​​, cultural and educational, for it must be well managed, protected, preserved and restored, if introduced changes in it.
  2. 2.  Know and recognize Diagnose Apply Propose
  3. 3.  From the ecological point of view: 1.-Dumm, "The landscape is a concept of relationships derived from the interaction of rock, water, air, plants and animals." 2.-Bernaldez: "The perception multisensioral a system of ecological relationships." 3.-Later Bernáldez states: "The landscape is information that man receives from its ecological environment."
  4. 4.  Within a systematic approach: 1.-Sochava: "The landscape is the form and image of the complex geosistema territorial organization, structure and dynamics.“
  5. 5.  These signs and the geometric arrangement of these (lines, shapes, grouping etc).
  6. 6.  Viewing distance Position of the observer weather Conditions Lighting Motion of the observer Duration of observation
  7. 7.  It is the superficial layer of the Earth. Mineral origin.
  8. 8.  Element of great influence on biotic and human action
  9. 9.  Striking element in the landscapeLIQUID STATE SOLID STATE
  10. 10.  It acts as an interface between biotic and abiotic elements.
  11. 11.  They are endowed with life factors: Vegetation Natural Artificial fauna
  12. 12.  Performance of humans on the landscape Farming activities public works Exploitation of waste Creation of rural and urban spaces Leisure and sports
  13. 13.  Color Form line Texture Scale spatial configuration

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