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Ecological design : New Zealand birds in the landscape
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1980)
0.0 "As a species with the ability to think, plan, and alter the environment in ways no other species can, man has a responsibility for managing and protecting the environment ... and fish and wildlife resources ... now ...
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1989)
Most urban centres are sited on low lying areas where wetlands would have naturally occurred. The previous attitude was to drain and fill wetlands to stabilise land for urban or industrial development. But now their values ...
Wetlands in the agricultural landscape
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1983)
Wetlands are rapidly becoming some of New Zealand's rarest ecosystems. The loss of the major proportion of the wetland resource existing in New Zealand at the time of European settlement has occurred mainly through ...
Practices of the wild: A rewilding of landscape architecture
(ORO editions on behalf of the University of Pennsylvania School of Design, 2015)
The wild, in the discipline of landscape architecture, has been on the outer. What is it about the wild – despite the deep landscape-centric dimensions found in its forms, ecologies, meanings, and cultural attachments – ...