Within academia, any system of interaction between human activity and natural habitat is regarded as a cultural landscape. As tourists, we interact with cultural landscapes all the time.
Since I’ve been absent with the blog of late, here are some science findings from the last 6 months, in tweet format with links to the story, video, or research paper.
Cultural Resources are parts of the environment that people ascribe significance because it relates to a practice or beliefs of a living community. They can be artifacts, petroglyphs, buildings, and landscapes, or historical records, social institutions, folklife, and expressive culture.
Why do babies move about so much while they are developing in the womb? An interdisciplinary team of researchers from Trinity College Dublin found the answer.
Based on what a baby understands is a person’s goal and belief, they predict action from the information they understand will influence that person’s behavior.