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Cultural heritage connectivity. A tool for EIA in transportation infrastructure planning

Cultural heritage connectivity. A tool for EIA in transportation infrastructure planning,10.1016/j.trd.2010.05.003,Transportation Research Part D-tran

Cultural heritage connectivity. A tool for EIA in transportation infrastructure planning  
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The paper is concerned incorporating landscapes’ ecological and cultural values in infrastructure planning. We focus on cultural heritage connectivity in the context of environmental impact statements in transportation infrastructure planning. Using a case study from south-central Sweden cultural heritage indicators from maps were defined, and a GIS-based automated search tool is developed for analysing cultural heritage connectivity from an antiquarian perspective. Analyses of cultural heritage connectivity can inform about the historical and/or present function of the landscape and its social and economic conditions. While this type of connectivity can be searched out using information from maps, a difficulty lies in communicating the knowledge in an interesting way to non-experts.
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