Addresses the subject of the visual appeal of forests to a landscape. It consists of 15 chapters bringing together not only foresters and ecologists, but also landscape architects, psychologists and philosophers.
Part 1 Aesthetics preference for sustainable landscapes - seeing and knowing. Part 2 Beyond visual resource management - theories and assumptions on visual quality and ecology. Part 3 Landscape ecology - perspectives on forest sustainability. Part 4 Visual simulation of forested landscapes - techniques and theories.
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