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Edited By: Bart Johnson and Kristina Hill
530 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs
Examines the need for change in the education and practice of landscape architecture and in the physical planning and design professions as a whole and offers recommendations for the integration of ecology within a landscape architecture curriculum, as an example for other design fields such as civil engineering and architecture.
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