Landscape architecture sourcebook: a guide to resources on the history and practice of landscape architecture in the United States
This selective volume contains information that describes key reference material and significant works for the practice and study of landscape architecture. Coverage includes reference works, general texts and histories, landscape architects and architectural firms, practical handbooks, plant guides, core works on places and projects, periodicals, and institution resources. A useful glossary defines key terms important for understanding the structure of the resources and literature for the field of landscape architecture. Also includes Subject Index and Author/Title Index.
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Abstracts addresses American Gardens American landscape American Society annual Appendices architects areas Association awards Beatrix Jones Farrand Bibliography Bimonthly Bitnet Black-and-white illustrations black-and-white photographs book reviews catalog Center City collection color photographs color plates conservation construction cover descriptions drawings ecology Edited entry in Chapter environment environmental essays Forest forestry Frederick Law Olmsted Garrett Eckbo Geographic Information Systems glossary Graphics Handbook hardiness zone history of gardens Horticultural Illustrated with black-and-white Interior ISBN ISSN issues journal land landscape architecture Landscape Design Landscape Planning Lawrence Halprin Library maps Monthly National Park natural newsletter Nostrand Reinhold organization Phone plants practice preservation Process Architecture professional programs projects provides published Quarterly recreation reference regional Science selected Shrubs Society of Landscape sources specific studies tion topics trees United University Press urban planning vols volume Washington wetlands xeriscape York