Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: Technology and Applications

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Ian Bishop, Eckart Lange, Ian D. Bishop
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Architecture - 296 pages
This major reference presents the challenges, issues and directions of computer-based visualization of the natural and built environment and the role of such visualization in landscape and environmental planning. It offers a uniquely systematic approach to the potential of visualization and the writers are acknowledged experts in their field of specialization. Case studies are presented to illustrate many aspects of landscape management including forestry, agriculture, ecology, mining and urban development.
 

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Contents

Understanding visualization
10
Visualization classified
23
Visualization technology
44
Validity reliability and ethics in visualization
79
Applications in the forest landscape
101
Bishop Rebecca Ford Daniel Loiterton
112
Planning communicating designing and decision making
120
Applications in the agricultural landscape
133
The provision of visualization tools for engaging public
175
The visualization of windfarms
184
Applications in the urban landscape
193
urban design
203
Combining visualization with choice experimentation
212
Visualization prospects
223
Visualization in support of public participation 251
225
Michael Kuyartler
261

Lenné3D walkthrough visualization of planned
152
Applications in energy industry and infrastructure
163

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