In: Geografický časopis, vol. 51, no. 4
Geoekologie do 21. století
Year, pages: 1999, 361 - 372
Keywords: geoecology, recent trends in geoecology, conservation geoecology, restoration geoecology, perspectives of geoecology
Geoecology is a typical child of the development of environmental sciences during the Twentieth century. The term geoecology was proposed by German geographer Carl Troll first 1966. According author's opinion the geoecology in the Twenty-first century must undergo a shift from recent conservation/preservation/protection tasks to restoration geoecology. Restoration geoecology is defined as the study of all applications of geoecological theories designed to relieve "acute" anthropogenic disturbances and restore self-maintaining geosystems. Many of the developments within geoecology in the Twenty-first century will be facilitated by the application of newly emerged technologies for continuous landscape monitoring, dating, remote sensing, GIS and data storage/manipulation.
How to cite:
Demek, J. 1999. Geoekologie do 21. století. In Geografický časopis, vol. 51, no.4, pp. 361-372. ISSN 0016-7193.
Demek, J. (1999). Geoekologie do 21. století. Geografický časopis, 51(4), 361-372. ISSN 0016-7193.