Urban Landscape Management

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Inkata Press, 1994 - Architecture - 594 pages
" ... [This book] has been written for use by students and practitioners of the wide range of disciplines involved in some way in the landscape. ... [Some] of the content is descriptive and addresses the means by which various aspects of landscape management can be carried out most effectively. This is supplemented by a more philosophical discussion on why certain courses of action are or are not undertaken. Whilst the book is concerned primarily with landscape management, rather than design, wherever possible management is set in a context of consideration for the aesthetic values of the urban landscape. ..."--Jacket.

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The organisation of landscape management
People in urban landscape management
The principles underlying the management of urban vegetation

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