1 UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE IN KRAKOW Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape GLL No Krakow! Geomatics indd :22:03
2 Editor-in-Chief Józef Bieniek Scientific Editor Urszula Litwin Scientific Board Urszula Litwin (Krakow, Poland) chair, Bohdan Cherkes (Lviv, Ukraine), Ryszard Cymerman (Olsztyn, Poland), Krzysztof Gawroński (Krakow, Poland), Wiesław Kosek (Krakow, Poland), Zofia Więckowicz (Wroclaw, Poland), Theo Kötter (Bonn, Germany), Marko Komac (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Eckart Lange (Sheffield, UK), Hans Joachim Linke (Darmstadt, Germany), Karl-Friedrich Thöne (Dresden, Germany), Walter Seher (Wien, Austria), Gernot Stöglehner (Wien, Austria), Beata Hejmanowska (Krakow, Poland), Volodymyr Hlotov (Lviv, Ukraine), Katarzyna Sobolewska-Mikulska (Warszawa, Poland), Tadeusz Gargula (Krakow, Poland), Józef Hernik (Krakow, Poland), Jarosław Janus (Krakow, Poland) Topic Editors Geomatics: Andrzej Kwinta (University of Agriculture in Krakow) Landmanagement: Jacek M. Pijanowski (University of Agriculture in Krakow) Landscape: Julia Gorzelany-Plesińska (University of Agriculture in Krakow) Language Editor: Raul O. Castro (New York City Housing Authority, Office of the Mayor) Statistics Editor: Agnieszka Bitner-Fiałkowska (University of Agriculture in Krakow) Copy-editing, proof-reading, DTP: Publishing House of the University of Agriculture in Krakow Supported by the Society for Rural Development The issue contains peer-reviewed papers. Copyright Publishing House of the University of Agriculture in Krakow, Krakow 2013 ISSN Publishing House of the University of Agriculture in Krakow Krakow, al. 29 Listopada 46 Tel.: (+48) or Editor sheets 7.5. Printing sheets 7.5. Issue 350 copies! Geomatics indd :22:03
3 CONTENTS Foreword... 5 Tomasz Bergel, Piotr Bugajski, Jan Pawełek Analysis of the sewage system expandability in Mściwojów commune... 7 Tomasz Bergel, Piotr Bugajski, Jan Pawełek Water supply network expansion in the commune of Mściwojów as relates to the pilot project VITAL LANDSCAPES Jacek Gniadek, Stanisław Harasimowicz, Jarosław Janus, Jacek M. Pijanowski Optimization of the parcel layout in relation to their average distance from farming settlements in the example of Mściwojów village, Poland Urszula Litwin, Izabela Piech Application of the photogrammetric method in surveying of the palace and park complex building in Mściwojów, Poland Urszula Litwin, Jacek M. Pijanowski Pilot project in Mściwojów, as an example of activities aimed at the protection and shaping of a landscape based on 3D visualisation Urszula Litwin, Jacek M. Pijanowski, Mariusz Zygmunt The issue of visualization of point objects Lukas Löschner, Georg Neugebauer, Gernot Stöglehner Perceiving rural landscapes in film and photography experiences from a participative planning approach in the upper Austrian leader region Mühlviertler Kernland Bartosz Mitka, Paweł Szelest Use of photogrammetric data with tools for advanced visualization of the Nostitz grange in Mściwojów Karol Noga, Jarosław Taszakowski The historical analysis of the spatial land layout of Mściwojów village in the Mściwojów municipality Artur Radecki-Pawlik, Andrzej Wałęga, Jakub Wojkowski Influence of changes in land use on the values of maximal peak flows on example of Winna Góra in the neighbourhood of Mściwojów reservoir ! Geomatics indd :22:03
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5 FOREWORD In the age of Internet conducting scientific research seems to be very simple for many people. Quick access to the results of research in the world, bibliographic databases, or exchange of information between scientists is a great help in the conduct of research. But the real driving force of progress is the exchange of ideas between researchers working together. Scientific research on multi-disciplinary international teams is a real source of progress. One of such interdisciplinary and international projects was VITAL LAND- SCAPES. In the project, conducted in nine scientific centers and in seven countries of Central Europe, among several participants there were also scientists from Poland, from the University of Agriculture in Krakow. Within the framework of project accomplishment over several years, a number of meetings were held, which gave the opportunity for problems solving, for debates on current project carrying out and for presentation proposals of promotion of its implementation effects. The second issue of the Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape journal is a part of the process of the knowledge dissemination about the completed project VITAL LANDSCAPES. Ten scientific articles were published in the issue. They describe the results of research carried out during the project. These articles present a broad spectrum of interests of scientists involved in the project; from historical data analysis, by measuring the current spatial data, to the modeling of the impact of anthropogenic changes in the landscape and the environment. I hope that the articles presented in this issue will be interesting for the readers and become a basis for scientific discussions and exchange of views. Journal s editorial team tries to make its scope as large as possible, but the most important factor of the promotion of research results is the willingness to discuss from the part of academics. Therefore, lets meet, read, argue and discuss, also in the pages of scientific journals, because only then everyone of us will develop for the benefit of scientific disciplines we represent. Andrzej Kwinta Vice Dean of the Environmental Egineering and Land Surveying! Geomatics indd :22:03
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