By: Robin H Best
The author, an authority on land use in Britain and other western countries, shows that many of the perceived land problems are not substantiated by evidence. Contents: Living space and environment; Meanings and materials; Land use structure and change; The extent and provision of urban land; The conversion of agricultural land; Forecasts and food supplies; Regional urban growth and urban displacement; Land quality and rural land use; Comparative land use - Britain, Europe and N America; Land use myths and reality.
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