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Land cover changes in Slovakia in the period 1970-2000

In: Geografický časopis, vol. 60, no. 2
Ján Feranec - Ján Oťaheľ
Rok, strany: 2008, 113 - 128
Kľúčové slová:
CORINE land cover, land cover change, computer aided visual interpretation, statistical data, Slovakia
O článku:
The paper brings the results of a synoptic analysis and assessment of land cover changes in Slovakia in the period 1970-1990-2000 by application CORINE land cover data layers: CLC70, CLC90 and CLC2000, derived by application of visual interpretation and computer aided visual interpretation of LANDSAT MSS, TM and ETM images. The relationship between the CLC data and the national statistics is also analysed. In the 1970-1990 period, a total 315,600 ha of land cover changed in Slovakia with the most intensive changes observed in the agricultural landscape. The changes that took place in the 1990-2000 decade were less extensive: 207,006 ha of land cover changes (with pronounced changes in forest landscape). Land cover data and the corresponding changes in Slovakia identified under CLC projects are characterized, apart from spatial precision, by compatibility and comparability at the European level.
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Feranec, J., Oťaheľ, J. 2008. Land cover changes in Slovakia in the period 1970-2000. In Geografický časopis, vol. 60, no.2, pp. 113-128. 0016-7193.

Feranec, J., Oťaheľ, J. (2008). Land cover changes in Slovakia in the period 1970-2000. Geografický časopis, 60(2), 113-128. 0016-7193.