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The landscape element analysis provides enough data for natural heritage assessment. The whole of the geoarchaeological remains confirms the close relationship between man and territory, with the anthropized features present in the environment. Precisely, the connection between natural and anthropic elements yields an integral assessment of them all. As a consequence, the geographic analysis of those elements resulting from the interaction between man and nature implies the protection of the cultural heritage in a landscape such as the Tiermes Combe.
It can be assumed that this fact will induce long-ranged consequences for the future of these rural areas. This becomes clear when looking at the spectrum at tasks, which comes to young women: Besides their meaning for the stabilization of the population structure and their value as „social cement”, at the local and regional level young women are often seen as “hope carriers” for the future of rural areas. , Fischer, T. 2010) to follow the question about the motives for the migration and staying behaviour of young women in ten selected rural Styrian municipalities.
More specifically, the model, which is based on regional employment scenarios, yields long-term spatial forecasts for different regions of the country in order to support regional and local economic policy makers with regard to the planning of industrial estates. Given the high valuation of the model, the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency has recently decided to further improve the model to produce more reliable and useful forecasts. This paper discusses the BLM model and its recent innovations and offers new insight into future spatial demand of industrial estates in the Netherlands computed with the enhanced model.
Applied geography in theory and practice by Aleksandar Lukic