Journal of the Bulgarian Geographical Society 41: 18-22, doi: 10.3897/jbgs.2019.41.3
Self-restoration of landscapes: theoretical and practical aspects
expand article infoMariya Petrova
‡ "St. Cyril and St. Methodius" University of Veliko Tarnovo, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Open Access
Field surveying and mapping of anthropogenic landscapes, their analysis, and modelling of the complex processes and structure that are formed in them are all relevant questions in contemporary landscape studies. Numerous territories can be observed in our country where, after reducing or terminating of the anthropogenic activity, landscapes that were impacted to various degrees by human activity start gradually restoring to their previous state, having, however, a modified structure with specific complexity. The present piece of research deals with some theoretical and methodological aspects of the study of the self-restoration of anthropogenic landscapes in Bulgaria.
landscapes, anthropogenization, self-restoration of landscapes, landscape structure, key section, landscape maps