4 edition of Atmospheric ecology for designers and planners found in the catalog.
|Statement||William P. Lowry ; with illustrations by Samuel C. Lowry|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||435 p. :|
|Number of Pages||435|
|ISBN 10||0442007515, 0929002075|
The book: examines the need for change in the education and practice of landscape architecture and in the physical planning and design professions as a whole asks what designers and physical planners need to know about ecology and what applied ecologists can learn from design and planning develops conceptual frameworks needed to realize an 3/5(2). Steward Pickett is an expert in the ecology of plants, landscapes, and urban ecosystems. The founding director of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (), his research focuses on the ecological structure of urban areas and vegetation dynamics, with national and global applications.
Book Supplement Recent Publications in the Atmospheric and Related Oceanographic and Hydrologie Sciences The 13th Annual Book Issue comprises all titles reviewed or announced in the Bulletin from May through April Although many of these books encompass several topics, each has been placed in only one category. in summary, although Atmospheric Ecology for De signers and Planners is a very good and enjoyable book on the general subject of microclimatology, its usefulness for designers and planners in their profes sional work is rather limited.—Baruch Givoni Baruch Civoni is with the Graduate School of Archi tecture and Urban Planning, Los Angeles.
Landscape ecology provides planners and designers with two kinds of information. First, landscape ecology describes the structure of the physical and biological environment at a scale that is practical for humans. Second, landscape ecology describes dynamic processes in time and space, and explores the ways in which structures shape by: e main purpose of this book is to integrate the principles of la ndscape ecology with road and auto motive engineering to provide new ideas for r oadway designers and for society as a whole.
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