Making educated decisions: a landscape preservation bibliography
Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Cultural Resources, Preservation Assistance Division, Historic Landscape Initiative, 1994 - Nature - 160 pages
Conceived and designed for use by landscape practitioners and stewards as well as educators, scholars and students, this bibliography contains over 500 annotated citations referenced by subject, author and geographic indices. It includes English language publications, with a predominant focus on landscape preservation philosophy, research, preservation planning, practice, treatment, management and maintenance. These techniques are often represented in the form of illustrated case studies. Literature from diverse disciplines has been included. Entries are from books, tech. reports, scholarly journals, and published conf. proceed.
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