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Landscape and Environmental Planning

The following themes are developed in this research line: protected areas: design of conservation and socioenvironmental conflicts; landscape dynamic, natural resources and environmental planning; general theory of landscape; cultural landscapes; natural heritage, perception and tourism; biogeography and environmental conservation; environment and health; natural disasters.

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Faculty linked to this research line:

  • Antonio Carlos Colângelo
  • Bianca Carvalho Vieira
  • Célia Regina de Gouveia Souza
  • Cleide Rodrigues
  • Déborah de Oliveira
  • Eduardo Salinas Chávez
  • Jurandyr Luciano Sanches Ross
  • Ligia Vizeu Barrozo
  • Luis Antonio Bittar Venturi
  • Sidneide Manfredini
  • Sueli Ângelo Furlan

Theorethical and Methodological Background:

  • Landscape Theory;
  • Systemic Perspective (TRICART, BERTRAND, DELPOUX, MONTEIRO)
  • Cultural Perspective (SAUER, CLAVAL, MONBEIG, CORRÊA)
  • Theory of Island Biogeography – TEBI (MacARTHUR and WILSON)
  • Neutral Theory of Biogeography and Biodiversity (HUBBEL)
  • Refuges Theory (AB´SABER & BROWN, JR.)
  • Geosystems Theory (SOTCHAWA e MONTEIRO)
  • Biorhexistasy Theory (ERHART)
  • Ecodynamic Theory (TRICART)
  • Theory of Multicausality in Health
  • Theory of Social Determination in Health

Supporting disciplines:

FLG5030 – Biogeografia e Conservação de Florestas Tropicais – Profª Drª Sueli Angelo Furlan

ICA5756 – Teoria e Prática da Pesquisa Interdisciplinar Ambiental – Profª Drª Sueli Angelo Furlan

ICA5754 – Potencialidades e Gestão Ambiental – Profª Drª Sueli Angelo Furlan

FLG5058 – Space and Health – Profa. Dra. Ligia Vizeu Barrozo

FLG5046 – Bases Teóricas, Metodológicas e Conceituais da Pesquisa em Geografia Física – Prof. Dr. Luís Antonio Bittar Venturi

FLG5054 – Quaternary Sedimentary Environments from the Brazilian Littoral: General Aspects and Importance to the Coastal Management – Profª Drª Célia Regina de Gouveia Souza

FLG5057 – Métodos de Avaliação de Paisagens para o Turismo e Conservação – Prof. Dr. Eduardo Salinas Cháves