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Resilience: Persistence and Change in Landscape Forms

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Sandrine Robert

Abstract

The connection between persistence and change is relevant to a great number of different disciplines. Notably, this connection is central to the study of urban and rural forms in many different fields of research, in geography, archaeology, architecture and history. Resilience puts forward the idea that we can no longer be truly satisfied with the common approaches used to study the dynamics of landscapes, such as the palimpsest approach, the regressive method, semiological analysis and so on, because they are based on the separation between the past and the present, which itself stems from the differentiation between nature and society. This book combines spatio-temporalities, as described in archeogeography, with concepts that have been developed in the field of ecological resilience, such as panarchy and the adaptive cycle. Thus revived, the morphological analysis in this work considers landscapes as complex resilient adaptive systems. The permanence observed in landscapes is no longer presented as the endurance of inherited forms, but as the result of a dynamic that is fed by this constant dialogue between persistence and change. Thus, we can see resilience as being on the side of dynamics rather than that of resistance.
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halshs-03806208 , version 1 (07-10-2022)

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Sandrine Robert. Resilience: Persistence and Change in Landscape Forms. ISTE - Whiley, 288 p., 2021. ⟨halshs-03806208⟩
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