Composite landscape assessment

assessment procedures for special resources, hazards and development suitability

Publisher: Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Massachusetts in Amherst

Written in English
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  • City planning -- Massachusetts -- Boston metropolitan area,
  • City planning -- Mathematical models,
  • Land use -- Planning -- Massachusetts -- Boston metropolitan area
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    Bibliography: p. 266-323.

    Other titlesAssessment procedures for special resources, hazards and development suitability
    StatementJulius Gy. Fabos [coordinator] ; and Stephanie J. Caswell [editor] ; contributors, Raymond S. Bradley ... [et al.].
    SeriesMetropolitan landscape planning model (METLAND) -- 2, Research bulletin - Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 637
    ContributionsFabos, Julius Gy., Caswell, Stephanie J., Bradley, Raymond S., 1948-
    LC ClassificationsHT168B6 C66
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 323 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19022238M

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