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Title: Analyses of archival cartographic materials for geomorphological changes of river channel
Authors: Sužiedelytė-Visockienė, Jūratė
Stanionis, Arminas
Tumelienė, Eglė
Puzienė, Rūta
Keywords: River chanel
archival cartographic material
geomorphologic parameters
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Hindawi Ltd
Citation: Suziedelyte-Visockiene J., Stanionis A., Tumeliene E., Puziene R. 2018. Analyses of Archival Cartographic Materials for Geomorphological Changes of River Channel, ADVANCES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING.
Series/Report no.: 2018;8502780
Abstract: In Lithuania, the old archival topographic maps of locations of small and medium scale and 1 :10,000 scale contour photo plans were created on the basis of aerial images. -e material of these scales provides documented records on the condition of the objects in the location and the landscape at the moment of aerial photography. -ose maps can be used to restore the accurate topographic image of the terrain and buildings in 1945–1951 and in later years and perform the necessary topographic, photogrammetric, and geodetic measurements of the parameters of objects, to identify the location of objects and changes. -is information is necessary for a variety of disputed property issues and for building farmhouses in reserves, in areas of forestry land parcels, and for assessment of changes in the landscape. Studies of landscape changes are needed for the assessment of renaturalization processes. -is paper presents the geodetic method used for geomorphological changes at the channel of River Zalesa during the period ˇ 1942–2017, based on the collected archival cartographic materials: historical topographic maps from archive of the Lithuanian State Company Land Fund, Land Information System, and land management projects and orthophoto maps from Lithuanian spatial information portal and free open-access Sentinel-1 satellite data from the Copernicus Open Access Hub.
ISSN: 1687-8086
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