Landscape planning: environmental applications
This book is appropriate for a one semester course in environmental planning, environmental geography,landscape architecture, land-use planning or urban planning. The book focuses on methods and techniques, dealing with the essential topics and problems of modern environmental planning. The author has modified the book to meet the needs of students and professionals. He has added a great deal of new material to the book, incorporating the rapid expansions taking place in the field of environmental planning.
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