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Retrospective analysis of the land cover and the land use changes in the Dragoman Marsh Area Over a period of 50 years (1965-2015) by using remote sensing data and GIS
1st Istanbul International Geography Congress Proceedings Book
The Dragoman marsh is a unique example of ecosystem recovery for the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria. It is a part of protected area, included in the NATURA2000 ecological network. In this paper, the author will track the dynamics of the change in water body area boundaries over a 50 years period by using aerial photos, high resolution satellite imagery, large-scale topographic maps, and data under the CORINE LAND COVER project (containing information on land cover and land use on thedoi:10.26650/pb/ps12.2019.002.101 fatcat:rz73lpwpyrbnbg6gdz5seocbhu