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Resilience topics related to landscapes ecosystems include:
- Natural areas
- Ecosystem services
Ecosystem Services in Agricultural and Urban Landscapes by Ecosystem services are the resources and processes supplied by natural ecosystems which benefit humankind (for example, pollination of crops by insects, or water filtration by wetlands).
Publication Date: 2013-01-14
Green Infrastructure by With illustrative and detailed examples drawn from throughout the country, Green Infrastructure advances smart land conservation: large scale thinking and integrated action to plan, protect and manage our natural and restored lands. From the individual parcel to the multi-state region, Green Infrastructure helps each of us look at the landscape in relation to the many uses it could serve, for nature and people, and determine which use makes the most sense.
Call Number: 333.73 B434g
Publication Date: 2006-03-18
Green Infrastructure by From the beginning, the landscape has determined where and how people live. Over time, people embellished the natural landscape with an infrastructure of roads, aqueducts, bridges, ports, power plants, and more. Now communities are turning their attention to the central planning challenge of our time: sustainability. And they are discovering, or rediscovering, the benefits of green infrastructure--infrastructure that takes advantage of the natural landscape. The authors present six principles for successful green infrastructure projects.
Call Number: Q. 711.05 AM no.571
Publication Date: 2013-02-16
Ecosystem Services by Covers scientific input, socioeconomic considerations, and governance issues on ecosystem services
Publication Date: 2013-11-25
Green Infrastructure for Landscape Planning by Green infrastructure integrates human and natural systems through a network of corridors and spaces in mixed-use and urban settings. Gary Austin takes a broad look at green infrastructure concepts, research and case studies to provide the student and professional with processes, criteria and data to support planning, design and implementation.
Call Number: Online Resource
Publication Date: 2014-03-18