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The Resource Landscape : patterns, perception, process, Simon Bell

Landscape : patterns, perception, process, Simon Bell

Label
Landscape : patterns, perception, process
Title
Landscape
Title remainder
patterns, perception, process
Statement of responsibility
Simon Bell
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BDS
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1957 May 24-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Bell, Simon
Index
no index present
LC call number
SB472.45
LC item number
.B46 1999
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Ecological landscape design
  • Landscape assessment
  • Regional planning
Label
Landscape : patterns, perception, process, Simon Bell
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Towards an understanding of patterns in an uncertain world
  • Geometric principles
  • Review of pattern analysis methods
  • Mosaic landscapes
  • The patterns of chaos
  • Patterns created by people
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. TWO.
  • THE PERCEPTION OF PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • INTRODUCTION
  • The senses and their use in perception
  • Light as the medium of visual perception
  • The physiology of visual perception
  • The psychology of visual perception
  • Processes of pattern recognition
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. THREE.
  • THE AESTHETICS OF THE LANDSCAPE
  • Introduction
  • The nature of aesthetics
  • The view from Scarth Nick
  • Environment and landscape
  • What is an aesthetic experience?
  • Pleasure as a part of the aesthetic experience
  • Beauty and the sublime
  • The aesthetic theory of alfred north whitehead
  • Ecology and aesthetics
  • The individual versus universal appreciation
  • Aesthetics : integration of perception and knowledge
  • Characteristics and qualities in the landscape
  • The aesthetics of engagement
  • The importance of patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. FOUR.
  • DESIGN FOR LANDSCAPES
  • Introduction
  • The place of landscape design and designers
  • Design methods and practice
  • Creativity as part of the design process
  • Modelling the past, present and future
  • Landscape
  • Summary and conclusions
  • The relevance of pattern analysis
  • Ch FIVE.
  • LANDFORM PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • The structure of the earth's crust
  • Vulcanism
  • Mountain building
  • Moulding the land
  • Relevance of landform patterns
  • Analysing landform patterns
  • Analysing hydrological patterns
  • The origins of this book
  • Design of landforms to reflect natural patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. SIX.
  • ECOSYSTEM PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • Landform effects on ecosystem patterns and processes
  • Vegetation patterns: structure and dynamics
  • Natural disturbance in the landscape
  • Analysing ecological patterns
  • Landscape ecological analysis
  • Ch. ONE.
  • Designing ecosystems
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. SEVEN.
  • HUMAN PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • Early cultural landscapes : hunter-gatherers
  • Pastoral landscapes
  • Early cultivated landscapes
  • The pattern of agricultural development
  • Planned landscapes
  • WHAT ARE PATTERNS? -- Patterns are all Around Us
  • Settlement patterns
  • Towns and cities
  • The pre-conquest landscape of Mexico
  • Conclusion to the study of human patterns
  • Analysing cultural patterns
  • Designing with cultural patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch EIGHT.
  • RECLAIMING THE LANDSCAPE
  • Introduction
  • What are patterns?
  • 1.
  • How can current political and legislative initiatives for protecting the environment be translated into more effective action using limited resources?
  • 2.
  • How can relationships between communities and landscapes be revitalized and how can people in these communities become more involved in developing their own sustainable solutions to the problems they face?
  • 3.
  • How can scientific and professional landscape and environmental disciplines be better integrated so that truly holistic, sustainable solutions are achieved?
  • 4.
  • Where should the understanding of pattern and process based planning and -- design be applied? 2020 vision
Control code
0419203400
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
viii, 344 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780419203407
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., plates, diagrams
Label
Landscape : patterns, perception, process, Simon Bell
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Towards an understanding of patterns in an uncertain world
  • Geometric principles
  • Review of pattern analysis methods
  • Mosaic landscapes
  • The patterns of chaos
  • Patterns created by people
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. TWO.
  • THE PERCEPTION OF PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • INTRODUCTION
  • The senses and their use in perception
  • Light as the medium of visual perception
  • The physiology of visual perception
  • The psychology of visual perception
  • Processes of pattern recognition
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. THREE.
  • THE AESTHETICS OF THE LANDSCAPE
  • Introduction
  • The nature of aesthetics
  • The view from Scarth Nick
  • Environment and landscape
  • What is an aesthetic experience?
  • Pleasure as a part of the aesthetic experience
  • Beauty and the sublime
  • The aesthetic theory of alfred north whitehead
  • Ecology and aesthetics
  • The individual versus universal appreciation
  • Aesthetics : integration of perception and knowledge
  • Characteristics and qualities in the landscape
  • The aesthetics of engagement
  • The importance of patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. FOUR.
  • DESIGN FOR LANDSCAPES
  • Introduction
  • The place of landscape design and designers
  • Design methods and practice
  • Creativity as part of the design process
  • Modelling the past, present and future
  • Landscape
  • Summary and conclusions
  • The relevance of pattern analysis
  • Ch FIVE.
  • LANDFORM PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • The structure of the earth's crust
  • Vulcanism
  • Mountain building
  • Moulding the land
  • Relevance of landform patterns
  • Analysing landform patterns
  • Analysing hydrological patterns
  • The origins of this book
  • Design of landforms to reflect natural patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. SIX.
  • ECOSYSTEM PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • Landform effects on ecosystem patterns and processes
  • Vegetation patterns: structure and dynamics
  • Natural disturbance in the landscape
  • Analysing ecological patterns
  • Landscape ecological analysis
  • Ch. ONE.
  • Designing ecosystems
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch. SEVEN.
  • HUMAN PATTERNS
  • Introduction
  • Early cultural landscapes : hunter-gatherers
  • Pastoral landscapes
  • Early cultivated landscapes
  • The pattern of agricultural development
  • Planned landscapes
  • WHAT ARE PATTERNS? -- Patterns are all Around Us
  • Settlement patterns
  • Towns and cities
  • The pre-conquest landscape of Mexico
  • Conclusion to the study of human patterns
  • Analysing cultural patterns
  • Designing with cultural patterns
  • Summary and conclusions
  • Ch EIGHT.
  • RECLAIMING THE LANDSCAPE
  • Introduction
  • What are patterns?
  • 1.
  • How can current political and legislative initiatives for protecting the environment be translated into more effective action using limited resources?
  • 2.
  • How can relationships between communities and landscapes be revitalized and how can people in these communities become more involved in developing their own sustainable solutions to the problems they face?
  • 3.
  • How can scientific and professional landscape and environmental disciplines be better integrated so that truly holistic, sustainable solutions are achieved?
  • 4.
  • Where should the understanding of pattern and process based planning and -- design be applied? 2020 vision
Control code
0419203400
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
viii, 344 p.
Form of item
regular print reproduction
Isbn
9780419203407
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill., plates, diagrams

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