RESTORATION OF JUPA PARK - LANDSCAPE AND WOOD SPECIES ANALYSIS USING GIS TECHNOLOGY

Authors

  • A.M. TENCHE-CONSTANTINESCU
  • M. HERBEI
  • G. F. BORLEA

Abstract

Jupa village belongs to the municipality of Caransebes. In 1795, the Capra Mansion was built in Jupa village, an imposing building around which Jupa Park was created. Both the mansion and the surrounding park have undergone dramatic changes in the last century. A general landscape analysis was performed based on the GIS and GNSS technologies. An inventory of the wood vegetation was also made and its ornamental value and vitality were assessed. The remnant 11 taxa were identified as follows: 10 tree species (5 native and 5 exotic broadleave trees) and 1 fruit tree. The present-day park landscape is the result of the long-term interaction of the park species with anthropic activities in a rural context. In order to restore a functional green space for the local community of Jupa village, a plan of rearrangement was conceived in compliance with the landscape architecture principles.

 

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2018-10-15

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre