Introductory Landscape Architecture, 2nd edition

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Overview

Written by a professor/practitioner of landscape architecture, this classic text provides an introduction to the theories, techniques, methods, and history of ecological planning, site planning, and landscape design. KEY TOPICS: Offers a broad perspective on ecological analysis, conservation, landscape planning and environmental impact, site planning and landscape design, human and natural factors, microclimate, planting design, landscape engineering, and a short history of parks, gardens, housing and conservation movements. MARKET: For students in introductory courses in landscape architecture, architecture, city and regional planning, or landscape horticulture, and for professionals involved in related disciplines.

Published by Pearson (December 1st 1985) - Copyright © 1985