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Land-Use Changes and Their Relationships to Selected Landscape Parameters in Three Cadastral Areas in Moravia (Czech Republic)

., ŠTĚRBA, O. (1998): Optimalization of agriculture in relation to the multifunctional role of the landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 41, No. 2, p. 145-148. TER BRAAK, C. J. F., ŠMILAUER, P. (2002): CANOCO Reference Manual and CanoDraw for Windows User’s Guide: Software for Canonical Community Ordination (version 4.5). 1 ed. Ithaca, Microcomputer Power, 500 pp. VELDKAMP, A., LAMBIN, E. F. (2001): Predicting land-use change. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Vol. 85, No. 1-3, p. 1-6.

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The effects of river patterns on riparian vegetation: A comparison of anabranching and single-thread incised channels

prediction. London, Chapman and Hall. HANČINSKÝ, L. (1977): Lesnícka typológia v prevádzkovej praxi. Bratislava, Príroda. HILL, M. O., GAUCH, H. G. (1980): Detrended correspondence analysis: an improved ordination technique. Vegetatio, 42(1–3): 47–58. HILLS, G. A. (1966): The ecological basis for land-use planning. Toronto, Dept. of Lands and Forests, Research Branch. HUPP, C. R., BORNETTE, G. (2003): Vegetation as a tool in the interpretation of fluvial geomorphic processes and landforms in humid temperate areas. In: Kondolf, G. M., Piégay, H. [eds

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Environmental factors influencing the distribution of agricultural terraces: Case study of Horný Tisovník, Slovakia

Campus Drive, Cary, NC, USA. Available at: http:// www.jmp.com/en_us/home.html SWIECHOVICZ, J. (2002): The influence of plant cover and land use on the slope-channel decoupling in a foothill catchment: a case study from the Carpathian Foothills, Southern Poland. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 27: 463-479. TER BRAAK, C. J. F., ŠMILAUER, P. (2003): CANOCO - A FORTRAN Program for canonical community ordination by [partial] [detrended] [canonical] correspondence analysis, principal component analysis and redundancy analysis, Version

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Merging diaries and GPS records: The method of data collection for spatio-temporal research

. IRA, V. (2001): Geografia času: prístup, základné koncepty a aplikácie. Geografický časopis, 53: 231–246. JARVIS, H. (2005): Moving to London time, household co-ordination and the infrastructure of everyday life. Time & Society, 14(133): 134–154. JONG, R. D., MENSONIDES, W. (2003): Wearable GPS device as a data collection method for travel research, Working Paper ITS-WP-03-02, Institute of Transport Studies, University of Sydney. [online]. [cit. 15.04.2014] Available at: http://ws.econ.usyd.edu.au/itls/wp-archive/itls-wp-03-02.pdf ; ISSN 1440

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