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Organization unit:

Department of geomorphology



Course of study (specialization):

Geography

Specialty:

Environment Protection and Management



APPLICATION OF PHOTOGRAMMETRIC AND REMOTE SENSING METHODS IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Code/course no.:


Studies year:

I

ECTS credits:

1

Semester:

2

Hours:

Language of instruction:

Polish


Total:

15




including:

stationary studies

extramural studies

Status of the course:

obligatory for specialty



lectures

15




exercises







laboratories







seminars







project







Name of course leader / leaders:

Dr inż. Leszek Kolondra



Prerequisites:

Cartography, topography and remote sensing of the environment



Assumptions and objectives of the course:

The ability of properly selection and using up-to-date of remote sensing data (aerial and satellite) acquired by means of various sensors.



The form and terms of assessment of the course:

Test


Registration for the course / additional notes:

Yes


Content:

Review of up-to-date remote sensing sensors with especially take note of radar and IR sensors.

LIDAR, SRTM and terrestrial scanning as modern tools in acquiring of DTM. The interact of environment in some applications (water, ice, snow, terrain, contaminants and aerosols. A new challenge to the up-to-date digital photogrammetric camera – new possibility.


List of bibliography:

Basic reading:

  1. Buiten H.J., Clevers J.G.P. LAND OBSERVATION BY REMOTE SENSING (TEORY AND –APPLICATIONS), Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, p.642.

  2. Ciołkosz A., Miszalski J., Olędzki J.R.- INTERPRETACJA ZDJĘĆ LOTNICZYCH, Wyd. PWN Warszawa, 1999, str. 459 + 8 wklejek.

  3. Kurczyński Z. – LOTNICZE I SATELITARNE OBRAZOWANIE ZIEMI, Wyd. Politechniki Warszawskiej, 2 tomy, Warszawa 2006.

  4. Lillesand T.M., Kiefer R.W., Chipman J.W. – REMOTE SENSING and IMAGE INTERPRETATION, John Wiley&Sons, INC, 2007, str.756.

Additional reading:

  1. Kääb A. –2005, REMOTE SENSING OF MOUNTAIN GLACIERS AND PERMAFROST CREEP, Schriftenreiche, Nr 48, Zurrich, p.264 [http://folk.uio.no.kaeaeb/publications/#2005 ]

  2. NASA Remote Sensing Tutorial – http://rst.gsfc.nasa.gov

  3. Rees G. W. 2006 – REMOTE SENSING OF SNOW AND ICE, Taylor & Francis Group, p.284

  4. Trauth M.H. –2007, - MATLAB Recipies for Earth Sciences, Springer, p.288 + CD.




Organization unit:

Department of Regional geography and tourism



Course of study (specialization):

Geography

Specialty:

geoecotourism



Course title:

WORLD GEOGRAPHY OF TOURISM. MAIN TOURIST ATTRACTIONS



Code/course no.:


Studies year:

I

ECTS credits:

2

Semester:

2

Hours:

Language of instruction:

Polish


Total:

20

8

including:

stationary studies

extramural studies

Status of the course:

obligatory for specialty



lectures

10

8

exercises







laboratories

10




seminars







project







Name of course leader / leaders:

Prof. dr hab. Wiaczesław Andrejczuk



Prerequisites:

Regional geography



Assumptions and objectives of the course:

Acquainting with multi-faceted world in terms of diversity of tourism both in terms of the predisposition of state, regional, etc. for its development (values) and the current state of infrastructure.



The form and terms of assessment of the course:

Examination



Registration for the course / additional notes:

obligatory for specialty



Content:

World: geographic-natural, political and cultural division. Definition of touristic attractiveness. Natural and cultural heritage. UNESCO objects list. Natural and cultural heritage of Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Africa and Oceania and Australia. The problems and perspectives of enlargement of the UNESCO list of heritage sites and their conservation. Tourism to the World’s heritage sites.



Part 1: Europe Basic information. Geographical environment - prospects for tourism expansion. Recreational values. Landscape values. Anthropogenic values. Specialist values. Northern, southern, eastern, western and central Europe. The more important examples of countries ripe for tourism expansion. The economic aspects of tourism in Europe. Touristic attractiveness of individual geographical lands in Europe.

Part 2: Elsewhere, as in Part 1 above.

Exercises contents: Development by each student selected country (or region) in the world for tourists according to the standard regimen, subjects which are discussed in the classroom practice.



List of bibliography:

Basic reading:

  1. Bajcar A., 1969: Regiony turystyczne Polski. Geografia w szkole, nr 3 i 4.

  2. Cuda Świata Przyrody pod patronatem UNESCO. Arkady

  3. Najcenniejsze zabytki pod patronatem UNESCO. 2003: Arkady.

  4. Przecławski K., 1994: Turystyka a świat współczesny, Wydawnictwo UW, Warszawa.

  5. Warszyńska J., 1995: Geografia turystyczna świata, cz. 1 i 2. PWN, Warszawa.

Additional reading:

  1. Davidson R., 1996: Turystyka, Wydawnictwo PAPT, Warszawa.

  2. Encyklopedia of Tourism, 2000: praca zbiorowa pod red. J. Jafariego, Routledge, London-New York.

  3. Gaworecki W.W., 1993: Elementy turystyki międzynarodowej, Wydawnictwo UG, Gdańsk.

  4. Kompendium wiedzy o turystyce, 2002: praca zbiorowa pod red. G. Gołembskiego, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, Warszawa-Poznań.

  5. Litewski T., Mikołowski B., Wyrzykowski J., 1997: Geografia turystyki Polski, PWE, Warszawa.




Organization unit:

Department of Regional geography and tourism



Course of study (specialization):

Geography

Specialty:

geoecotourism



Course title:

INFORMATICS AND GIS IN THE GEOGRAPHY OF TOURISM



Code/course no.:


Studies year:

I

ECTS credits:

1

Semester:

2

Hours:

Language of instruction:

Polish


Total:

10

5

including:

stationary studies

extramural studies

Status of the course:

obligatory for specialty



lectures







exercises







laboratories

10

5

seminars







project







Name of course leader / leaders:

Dr Sławomir Pytel



Prerequisites:

Information technology, Regional geography



Assumptions and objectives of the course:

The aim of the subject is to shape the skills about digital maps presenting touristic qualities of various regions. Improvement of skills – how to use the GIS techniques and tools.



The form and terms of assessment of the course:

Final test with grade



Registration for the course / additional notes:

obligatory for specialty



Content:

Basic information about the MS Excel application; types and formats of data, functions of the program, operations, forms. Using the MS Excel application in the activities of small tourist agencies; using MS Excel application in creating the list of participants of a trip. Using MS Excel application in the activities of small commercial accommodation: using MS Excel application in keeping an electronic version of registration book. The basic information about the MapInfo application: raster and vector graphics, the notion of working in the MapInfo environment, preparing the MapInfo application for work. Using program MapInfo of small tourism enterprises. Letterhead as part of the identity of the business, design to letterhead in Corel DRAW, design template letters in MS Word.



List of bibliography:

Basic reading:

  1. Borowiecki A., Kubiak B.F.,1997: Rozwój turystyki w świetle globalnej integracji systemów informacyjnych, [w:] Uwarunkowania rozwoju turystyki zagranicznej w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej, Wrocław, s. 101-128.

  2. Dargiewicz R., 1996: Informatyka w turystyce, [w:] Rola turystyki w rozwoju regionu. Bytów, s.26-31.

  3. Globalne systemy rezerwacyjne w Polsce, 2003: opr. J. Olechowski, Wiadomości Turystyczne, nr 32 , s.7, 10.

  4. Moskała J.,1999: Tendencje na rynku rozwiązań informatycznych dla branży turystycznej, Rynek Turystyczny, nr 17, s. 46-47.

Additional reading:

  1. Nalazek M., 1997: Elektroniczny rynek turystyczny w Polsce, Rynek Turystyczny 6, s. 10-11.

  2. Nalazek M., Moskała J., Błaszczuk W., Łopaciński K., Sikora K., 2003: Internet w turystyce
    i hotelarstwie. Informatyka w hotelarstwie, Ministerstwo Gospodarki, Warszawa: Polskie Zrzeszenie Hoteli.

  3. Wallis A.,2000,: Komputerowe systemy rezerwacji i sprzedaży usług turystycznych, [w:] Rola marketingu w rozwoju regionów turystycznych, red. A. Szwichtenberg.

Organization unit:

Department of Regional geography and tourism



Course of study (specialization):

Geography

Specialty:

geoecotourism

Course title:

HERITAGE TOURISM



Code/course no.:


Studies year:

I

ECTS credits:

3

Semester:

1

Hours:

Language of instruction:

Polish


Total:

15

10

including:

stationary studies

extramural studies

Status of the course:

obligatory for specialty



lectures

10




exercises







laboratories

5

10

seminars







project







Name of course leader / leaders:

Dr Urszula Myga – Piątek



Prerequisites:

World regional geography, Physical geography of Poland



Assumptions and objectives of the course:

Acquainting students with the idea of the sightseeing and his connection with the tourism is a purpose of the object, with the conservation of nature and of cultural property.



The form and terms of assessment of the course:

Final test with grade



Registration for the course / additional notes:

Yes

Content:

Forerunners of the sightseeing. The development and purposes of the sightseeing. The landscape as contents of interests of the sightseeing. Relations between notions: recreation – tourism – sightseeing. Grand Tour. Historical tourist organizations. The role and tasks of PTTK. Forms of tourist activity. Tourist inventory. History of the conservation of nature in Poland. National parks of Europe. Threats of legally protected areas. Forms of the conservation of nature in Poland. Word Heritage List. Evaluation criteria of the landscape. Perception of the landscape. Backpacking. Notions: regionalism, identity, familiarity of the landscape. Role of transeuropean tourist trails. National Trust. „Towns with character”. Main route of the cycling tourism and pilgrimage. Principal tourist regions of Poland. Tasks of the contemporary sightseeing. Exercises contents; Geographical-historical study of chosen regions of Poland pt. „Biography of landscape” – project.



List of bibliography:

Basic reading:

  1. Bieńczyk G., 2003: Krajoznawstwo i jego związki z turystyką. Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomiczne, Warszawa.

  2. Bohdanowicz J., Mikułowski B., 1980: Wybrane zagadnienia turystyki krajoznawczej w świetle polskiej literatury przedmiotu. Zeszyty Naukowe AWF, nr 25, Wrocław.

  3. Kruczek Z., Kurek A., Nowacki M., 2003: Krajoznawstwo – zarys teorii i metodyki. Proksenia Kraków.

  4. Myczkowski Z., 2003: Krajobraz wyrazem tożsamości w wybranych obszarach prawnie chronionych. Monografia 285. seria architektura. Politechnika Krakowska. Kraków.

  5. Stasiak A., 2009: Geografia turystyki Polski. Przewodnik do ćwiczeń krajoznawczych. Polskie Wydawnictwo Ekonomiczne. Warszawa.

Additional reading:

  1. Bohdanowicz P., 2005: Turystyka a świadomość ekologiczna. Wyd. Adam Marszałek, Toruń.

  2. Kruczek Z., 2002: Polska. Geografia atrakcji turystycznych. Proksenia. Kraków.

  3. Lijewski T., Mikułowski B., Wyrzykowski J., 2002: Geografia turystyki Polski, PWN, Warszawa.

  4. Łazarek M., Łazarek R., 2005: Śladami historii turystyki,. Od starożytności do współczesności. Wyższa Szkoła Pedagogiczna, Lublin.

Przewodniki krajoznawcze po regionach Polski (do ćwiczeń).


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