Post-war changes of the land-use structure in Bohemia and Moravia: Case study Sudetenland

@article{Bik1994PostwarCO,
  title={Post-war changes of the land-use structure in Bohemia and Moravia: Case study Sudetenland},
  author={Ivan Bi{\vc}{\'i}k and V{\'i}t {\vS}těp{\'a}nek},
  journal={GeoJournal},
  year={1994},
  volume={32},
  pages={253-259}
}
This article focuses on post-1945 land-use development in the Sudetenland region. The wider historical and political consequences are discussed in the beginning as well as the methodical tools used in long-term land-use research in the Czech Republic so far. The important cleavage between borderland and inland is shown in regard to the different land use and land exploitation. Different parts of the borderland are examined in closer detail and the dissimilarity between areas in the western… 

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