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      APPLYING ECOLOGICAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN PRINCIPLES TO UNIVERSITY PLANNING

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          This article summarises how ecological design principles have become incorporated into landscape design in Great Britain. A case study of the planning and construction of a new University Campus at Riccarton, a country estate on the outskirts of Edinburgh is used to show ecological landscape design in practice since 1968.

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          Landscape ecology as a foundation for landscape architecture: application in Malta

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            Journal
            jgrb
            College Publishing
            Journal of Green Building
            College Publishing
            1552-6100
            1943-4618
            1943-4618
            Fall 2008
            : 3
            : 4
            : 95-107
            Author notes

            1 Correspondence author. Randall Thorp Landscape Architects, Manchester, UK. weideng.landscape@ 123456gmail.com .

            2 Weddle Landscape Design, Sheffield, UK.

            Article
            jgb.3.4.95
            10.3992/jgb.3.4.95
            f9074d4a-92cc-404e-93c9-50b931695153
            ©2008 by College Publishing. All rights reserved.
            Page count
            Pages: 11
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            Self URI (journal page): http://www.journalofgreenbuilding.com
            Categories
            RESEARCH ARTICLES

            Urban design & Planning,Civil engineering,Environmental management, Policy & Planning,Architecture,Environmental engineering
            campus planning,ecological landscape design,ecological process

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