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This paper introduces a special issue on Historic Landscape Characterisation. It places in its wider context the development of HLC from the 1990s to the present, beginning with unpicking the implications for understanding and practice inherent in the meanings of the three constituent terms,...
From the distance in time of twenty-five years since its initial development, this paper reviews Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC) and especially the approaches that determined its form when pioneered in Cornwall, its subsequent development and application, and its continued relevance,...
In 2009 the ninth annual English Heritage Characterisation Seminar addressed the subject of ‘Hiddenscapes’, with the aim of looking at how to apply an Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC) approach to the less accessible archaeological layers of the historic landscape. This reflected the...
This paper describes how Historic Landscape Characterisation (HLC) projects are implemented using Geographical Information Systems. Today, HLCs are still often considered simple thematic maps to visualise landscape histories, but they are more than that – spatial databases that serve more than...
More than 80 per cent of the world's landscapes are influenced significantly by human activities, and current land-use and land cover trends are likely to increase the rate of landscape change at a significant rate in the near future. To manage and guide landscape change, and an advocacy of...
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