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  1. Handbook of Pollution Control and Waste Minimization

    Edited by Abbas Ghassemi

    Series: Civil and Environmental Engineering

    "Details the legal, organizational, hierarchical, and environmental components of pollution prevention and waste reduction. Illustrates fundamental concepts of pollution prevention, including life-cycle planning and analysis, risk-based pollution control, and industrial ecology."...

    Published September 11th 2001 by CRC Press

  2. Threatened Landscapes

    Conserving Cultural Environments

    Edited by Bryn Green, Willem Vos

    Few, if any, environments are free of human intervention. Often this generates ecosystems which are rich in biodiversity, historical interest, recreational opportunity and scenic beauty just as worthy of conservation as the more natural ecosystems on which protection programmes have been almost...

    Published August 9th 2001 by Taylor & Francis

  3. Wetlands and Urbanization

    Implications for the Future

    Edited by Amanda Azous, Richard R. Horner

    Urbanization affects wetlands in direct and indirect ways. Over the past several decades it has become increasingly apparent that unmanaged runoff is the primary threat to the country's watershed resources. Wetlands and Urbanization: Implications for the Future is the result of a ten year research...

    Published August 29th 2000 by CRC Press

  4. Ecologically Based Municipal Land Use Planning

    By William B Honachefsky

    In the decades following the first Earth Day in 1970, a generation has been enlightened about the unspeakable damage done to our planet. Federal, state, and local governments generated laws and regulations to control development and protect the environment. Local governments have developed...

    Published December 20th 1999 by CRC Press

  5. Landscape Ecology

    A Top Down Approach

    Edited by James Sanderson

    Series: Landscape Ecology Series

    Landscape Ecology - a rapidly growing science - quantifies the ways ecosystems interact. It establishes links between activities in one region and repercussions in another. Landscape Ecology: A Top-Down Approach serves as a general introduction to this emerging area of study.In this book the...

    Published December 15th 1999 by CRC Press

  6. Palaeoecology of Africa and the Surrounding Islands - Volume 26

    Edited by Heine Klaus

    Series: Palaeoecology of Africa

    This volume offers comprehensive and up-to-date information on research in many different disciplines which give an overall insight into the environmental history of Africa....

    Published January 1st 1999 by CRC Press

  7. Desert Landscape Architecture

    By John C. Krieg

    This book provides an understanding of desert environments, their climatic conditions, and unique physical beauty - using the five American deserts of the southwestern United States as an example. Through considerable research, sensitivity, and practical experience, the author provides insight into...

    Published December 16th 1998 by CRC Press

  8. Landscape Planning And Environmental Impact Design

    By Tom Turner

    Series: Natural and Built Environment Series

    Written for use in undergraduate and postgraduate planning courses and for those involved in all aspects of the planning process, this comprehensive textbook focuses on environmental impact assessment and design and in particular their impact on planning for the landscape....

    Published April 30th 1998 by Routledge

  9. Remote Sensing for Landscape Ecology

    New Metric Indicators for Monitoring, Modeling, and Assessment of Ecosystems

    By Robert C. Frohn

    Series: Mapping Science

    Landscape ecology is a rapidly growing science of quantifying the ways in which ecosystems interact - of establishing a link between activities in one region and repercussions in another region. Remote sensing is a fast, inexpensive tool for conducting the landscape inventories that are essential...

    Published December 29th 1997 by CRC Press

  10. Urban Nature Conservation

    Landscape Management in the Urban Countryside

    By Stephen Forbes, Tony Kendle

    Urban nature conservation is a field that has grown rapidly in importance over the past 20 years and will continue to do so in the coming years as landscape ecology and greenspace planning become established disciplines. A widespread concern and interest in the wild plants and animal life found in...

    Published December 25th 1997 by Taylor & Francis