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Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning Integrating Human and Natural Systems

By: Gary Austin(Author)
294 pages, 183 colour illustrations, 8 tables
Publisher: Routledge
Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning
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  • Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning ISBN: 9780415843539 Hardback Jan 2014 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Green infrastructure integrates human and natural systems through a network of corridors and spaces in mixed-use and urban settings. Austin takes a broad look at green infrastructure concepts, research and case studies to provide the student and professional with processes, criteria and data to support planning, design and implementation.

Key topics of Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning include:
- The benefit of green infrastructure as a conservation and planning tool
- Requirements of ecosystem health
- Green infrastructure ecosystem services that contribute to human physical and psychological health
- Planning processes leading to robust green infrastructure networks
- Design of green infrastructure elements for multiple uses

The concept of ecosystem services is extensively developed in Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning, including biological treatment of stormwater and wastewater, opportunities for recreation, urban agriculture and emersion in a naturalistic setting. It defines planning and design processes as well as the political and economic facets of envisioning, funding and implementing green infrastructure networks. Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning differs from others on the market by presenting the technical issues, requirements and performance of green infrastructure elements, along with the more traditional recreation and wildlife needs associated with greenway planning, providing information derived from environmental engineering to guide planners and landscape architects.


1. Introduction
2. Physical and Psychological Health
3. Ecosystem Functions and Health
4. Ecosystem Services
5. Planning and Design Processes
6. Habitat and Ecological Corridors
7. Green Infrastructure Network
8. Stormwater Management and Treatment Services
9. Green Roofs
10. Integrating Community Agriculture into Green Infrastructure
11. Wastewater Treatment Wetlands
12. Stockholm - Green Infrastructure Case Study
13. Green Infrastructure in Context

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Gary Austin is a landscape architect who studied under John Lyle and taught at the California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. He has practiced in the public and private sector and has taught landscape architecture at the University of Washington and the University of Idaho. His teaching and research focus on community revitalization, urban biological diversity and treatment of wastewater and stormwater for water quality improvement.

By: Gary Austin(Author)
294 pages, 183 colour illustrations, 8 tables
Publisher: Routledge
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