Landprints: Reflections on Place and Landscape

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Cambridge University Press, Sep 28, 1998 - Science - 290 pages
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This is a series of essays about the ways in which landscape is constructed, managed and designed. The essays attempt a synthesis that ranges from the physical and biophysical through land use to perception and cultural and linguistic analysis. The landscapes of Australia are challenging in that its culture, essentially European in origin, is both immensely enriching yet, because generated in an environment vastly different from that of Australia, disabling. This requires a dual allegiance and competing loyalties and demands, often difficult to resolve.

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