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Landscape Perspectives of Land Use Changes

Proceedings
Edited By: U Mander and R Jongman
224 pages, Col plates
Publisher: WIT Press
Landscape Perspectives of Land Use Changes
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Companion volume to Consequences of Land Use Changes focusing on landscape perspectives and related development scenarios.

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Modelling landscape changes in The Netherlands - the Central City belt case study; biodiversity and landscape planning - an alternative future for the region of Camp Pendelton, CA, USA; predicting future landscapes of islands in Seto Island Sea, Japan; suburbanization and landscape change in Connecticut - repetition of the patterns in Estonia and elsewhere in Central Europe?; assessment of nature conservation scenarios - species or landscape structure? A case study in the Madrid region (Spain).

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Proceedings
Edited By: U Mander and R Jongman
224 pages, Col plates
Publisher: WIT Press
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