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Landscape Toponymic Maps: Interdisciplinary Approach (Example of Sakha Republic, Russia)

Abstract : The research project “Landscape ontology: semantics, semiotics, and geographic modelling” (№ 15-18-20047) funded by the Russian Science Foundation aims to identify and understand the space through the lens of landscape ontology analysis, based on interdisciplinary approach. Nature of the North and the Arctic zone of Russia is not only the result of the natural evolution of the landscape, but also of the anthropisation over a long historical period. On the background of the development of the North and the Arctic territories of particular relevance is the experience of human-nature interaction and co-evolution. The significance of the project is driven by the inter and multidisciplinary approaches to the study of landscape, namely the widespread use of methods applied both in natural sciences (geography, physics, computer science, space technologies) and liberal arts (linguistics, folklore studies, semiotics, sociology, ethnography, archaeology, history, etc.).
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Liudmila Zamorshchikova, Sébastien Gadal, Viktoriya Filippova, Marianna Samsonova. Landscape Toponymic Maps: Interdisciplinary Approach (Example of Sakha Republic, Russia). International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference SGEM2016, Jun 2016, Albena, Bulgaria. pp.311-318, ⟨10.5593/SGEM2016/B23/S11.040⟩. ⟨hal-01546124⟩



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