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Analysis of the development of land use in the Morava River floodplain, with special emphasis on the landscape matrix

Helena Kilianová / Vilém Pechanec / Jan Brus / Karel Kirchner
  • Dept. of Environmental Geography, Institute of Geonics, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czechia
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/ Ivo Machar
  • Dept. of Development and Environmental Studies, Faculty of Science, Palacký University Olomouc, Czechia
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Published Online: 2017-04-12 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/mgr-2017-0005

Abstract

The results of an analysis of land use development in the Morava River floodplain (Czech Republic) using GIS from 1836 to the present, are the subject of this article. The results are based on the analysis of historical maps, using the landscape matrix assessment of the Morava River floodplain. The final analyses were processed from land use maps of the floodplain at a scale of 1 : 25,000 in five time horizons. These maps were compared with the present state of landscape by GIS methods. The study area was assessed according to five geomorphological areas from the northern/higher part to the southern/lower part of floodplain. In 1836 the landscape matrix of the floodplain was composed of meadows and forests. Forest components decreased minimally but the changes are more important. The grassland area (meadows and pastures) decreased but arable land, as well as settlements, increased very significantly. In the 1950s the landscape matrix was composed of a mosaic of alluvial forests, meadows and arable land. Currently, the predominant landscape matrix consists of arable land and isolated forest complexes.

Keywords: historical maps; land use changes; floodplain; GIS; Morava River; Czech Republic

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