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Secondary geodiversity and its potential for geoeducation and geotourism: a case study from Brno city
0460826 - UGN-S 2017 RIV CZ eng C - Konferenční příspěvek (zahraniční konf.)
Kubalíková, L. - Bajer, A. - Kirchner, Karel
Secondary geodiversity and its potential for geoeducation and geotourism: a case study from Brno city.
Public recreation and landscape protection - with nature hand in hand - Conference Proceedings. Brno: Mendelova univerzita, 2016 - (Fialová, J.; Pernicová, D.), s. 224-231. ISBN 978-80-7509-408-7. ISSN 2336-6311.
[Public recreation and landscape protection - with nature hand in hand. Křtiny (CZ), 01.05.2016-03.05.2016]
Institucionální podpora: RVO:68145535
Klíčová slova: anthropogenic landforms * geosites * geoeducational and geotourist activities
Kód oboru RIV: DE - Zemský magnetismus, geodézie, geografie
Geodiversity is considered to be the most important resource for geoeducational and geotourist activities. Usually the geoeducation and geotourism are developed within natural areas and they are based on the primary geodiversity (natural landforms). Nevertheless, so called secondary geodiversity or man-made/anthropogenic geodiversity (represented by the anthropogenic geosites as old quarries, pits or underground landforms) can be also viewed as a remarkable resource for these activities. Brno city is rich in these landforms; some of them already serve as excursion localities for the university students or they are used for recreation and leisure, some of them are unique (from the geoscience point of view) and they have also certain added values (historical, archaeological or ecological), however, their potential is not fully developed. The article presents examples of these geosites and outlines possibilities of the rational use for the geoeducation and geotourism purposes.
Trvalý link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0260815
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