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by J.G. Fabos,J. Ahern

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ISBN:
0444824642
Author:
J.G. Fabos,J. Ahern
Category:
Engineering
Language:
English
Publisher:
Elsevier Science; 1 edition (June 27, 1996)
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491 pages
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Fábos and others published International greenway planning: An introduction Find, read . This special issue was reprinted in book form as Greenways: The Beginning of an International Movement (Fábos and Ahern, 1996).

This special issue was reprinted in book form as Greenways: The Beginning of an International Movement (Fábos and Ahern, 1996).

Greenways: The beginning of an international movement. Landscape Urban Plann. Aspects of integratio. 2006. Landscape Ecological Analysis, 175-201, 1999. Greenways in the USA: theory, trends and prospects. Ecological networks and greenways.

This book is a republication of the 26 papers that originally appeared in a special Greenways issue of the journal .

This book is a republication of the 26 papers that originally appeared in a special Greenways issue of the journal Landscape and Urban Planning in October of 1995.

Fábos and Jack Ahern and contained 26 articles, primarily from North America.

ABSTRACT: Design of greenways is one of the most important planning tools in the promotion of quality of life of. .

ABSTRACT: Design of greenways is one of the most important planning tools in the promotion of quality of life of the city residents. Greenways are necessary due to their major role in increase of air quality and positive changes in the climate of the urban environments for keeping the environmental quality of the cities and considerably increasing aesthetic values of these environments. Protection of natural ecological systems, provision of extensive recreational opportunities for people in urban regions and rural districts, provision of economic benefits and protection of cultural values and.

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The book will be of special interest to professionals and students from many disciplines.

Greenways: The Beginning of an International Movement, Elsevier, Amsterdam. Ecologically sustainable landscapes: the role of spatial configuration. In: Changing Landscapes: An Ecological Perspective, pp. 261–278. Springer-Verlag, New York. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The Beginnings of landscape ecology in America. 35–44.

the beginning of an international movement. by Julius Gy Fabos, Jack Ahern. Greenways, Urban ecology, Urban ecology (Sociology). There's no description for this book yet. Published 1995 by Elsevier in Amsterdam, New York.

This book is a republication of the 26 papers that originally appeared in a special "Greenways" issue of the journal Landscape and Urban Planning in October of 1995. The purpose of the book is to present a broad range of original international research and case studies engaging: the origins of the international greenway movement, greenway planning, and perceptions and implementation of greenways. The book is the first international publication on the subject of Greenways, which is seen by the editors as the beginning of an unprecedented international movement involving: landscape architects/planners, geographers, ecologists, scientists, decision makers, and land managers. The book will be of special interest to professionals and students from many disciplines.