Lifelong Learning Programme - decision N° 1720/2006/"C of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15/11/2006 establishing an action programme in the field of lifelong, published in the Official Journal of the EU N° L327/45 on 24/11/2006. Short introduction and Teaching objectives. The school aims is to provide new tools to understand and interpret in a recreational and touristic way the environmental, historical and cultural amenities of the agro-forest landscape of Appennino Bolognese. The Savena, Idice and Sillaro valleys are particularly appropriate showing a multiplicity of agricultural landscapes, geological and ecological peculiarity as well archaeological sites and museums. Soil study will be introduced as a new instrument to investigate the environmental complexity and the impact of ancient population on the territory. Modern cartography, remote sensing and GPS are some of the tools used to construct itineraries. Graduate Summer School involves experienced academics and professionals from leading Universities. The workshop will take place every week-day from 9:00-13:30 a.m. and from 15:00-19:00 p.m. Ther programme (2007) includes the following topics:§ Geodetic datum and Global Positioning System (GPS) overview§ Geographic Information System (GIS) technology§ Organisation and management of cultural, historical, archaeological and environmental data§ Cartography, aerial photogrammetry and remote sensing use for itineraries planningLanguage: Italian - English. Il riferimento e la descrizione del progetto sono contenuti nei “Quaderni del Lifelong Learning Programme” - numero 6 - pag. 16 – 17 – Anno 2007

Recreational and touristic itinerary planning in a mountain agroecosystem of particular historical, archaeological and environmental interest

VIANELLO, GILMO
2007

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Lifelong Learning Programme - decision N° 1720/2006/"C of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15/11/2006 establishing an action programme in the field of lifelong, published in the Official Journal of the EU N° L327/45 on 24/11/2006. Short introduction and Teaching objectives. The school aims is to provide new tools to understand and interpret in a recreational and touristic way the environmental, historical and cultural amenities of the agro-forest landscape of Appennino Bolognese. The Savena, Idice and Sillaro valleys are particularly appropriate showing a multiplicity of agricultural landscapes, geological and ecological peculiarity as well archaeological sites and museums. Soil study will be introduced as a new instrument to investigate the environmental complexity and the impact of ancient population on the territory. Modern cartography, remote sensing and GPS are some of the tools used to construct itineraries. Graduate Summer School involves experienced academics and professionals from leading Universities. The workshop will take place every week-day from 9:00-13:30 a.m. and from 15:00-19:00 p.m. Ther programme (2007) includes the following topics:§ Geodetic datum and Global Positioning System (GPS) overview§ Geographic Information System (GIS) technology§ Organisation and management of cultural, historical, archaeological and environmental data§ Cartography, aerial photogrammetry and remote sensing use for itineraries planningLanguage: Italian - English. Il riferimento e la descrizione del progetto sono contenuti nei “Quaderni del Lifelong Learning Programme” - numero 6 - pag. 16 – 17 – Anno 2007
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