By: Rachel Kaplan, Stephen Kaplan and Robert L Ryan
225 pages, B/w photos, illus
Some parks, preserves and other natural areas serve people well: others are disappointing. This book explores how to design and manage areas of `everyday nature' in ways that are beneficial to and appreciated by humans, and provides a conceptual framework for considering the human dimensions of natural areas.
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