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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Ecological Theory & Practice

Ecology and Design Frameworks for Learning

Edited By: Bart Johnson and Kristina Hill
530 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
Ecology and Design
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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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Edited By: Bart Johnson and Kristina Hill
530 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Island Press
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