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The SCATOL8TM: an innovation for shifting from Environmental and Landscape Management System (ELMS) to the Eco-Land-Web-Scape Management System (ELWSMS)


  • BELTRAMO, Riccardo


he perception of the territory trasnlates into landscape a complex combination of culture and sensorial stimuli. The importance of landscape has been highlighted in the european contest by the European Landscape Convention which has been imported in the structure of the EMAS regulation by a group of researchers lead by the author, in order to identify, detect, control and improve environmental and landscape significant aspects. A review of the management model, called ELMS, has been conducted to identify critical aspects, in order to find solutions able to broaden the application of the model. The innovation presented in the paper is a combination of technologies, software and management systems, organized in a new scheme called Eco-Land-Web-Scape- Management System.

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  • BELTRAMO, Riccardo, 2010. "The SCATOL8TM: an innovation for shifting from Environmental and Landscape Management System (ELMS) to the Eco-Land-Web-Scape Management System (ELWSMS)," Romanian Distribution Committee Magazine, Romanian Distribution Committee, vol. 1(2), pages 18-28, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:rdc:journl:v:1:y:2010:i:1:p:18-28

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