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An Introduction to Landscape.

By: Howard, Peter, Professor.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2012Description: 1 online resource (322 p.).ISBN: 9781409403838.Subject(s): Cultural property -- Protection | Environmental management | Human geography | Landscape assessment | Landscape protection | Landscapes -- Cross-cultural studies | National characteristics | Nature (Aesthetics)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: An Introduction to LandscapeDDC classification: 304.2 | 363.69 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; Preface; List of Figures; 1 Introduction; PART 1 What Is Landscape?; 2 Landscape as Culture; 3 Landscape as Picture; Capsule 1 Reading Pictures; 4 Landscape as Scale; 5 European Round Table; Capsule 2 Abroad is Different; Capsule 3 Mediterranean Landscapes; 6 Landscapes of the Other Senses; Capsule 4 Travel; PART 2 How is Landscape Perceived?; 7 Landscape as a Common Heritage; Capsule 5 Maps; Capsule 6 Participation; 8 Our Personal Landscapes; Capsule 7 Woodland and Forest; Capsule 8 Coast; 9 National Landscape; Capsule 9 Mountains; Capsule 10 Moor, Marsh, Heath and Fen
10 ClassCapsule 11 Rivers and Lakes; Capsule 12 Farms and Farmland; 11 Insiders and Experts ; Capsule 13 Villages ; Capsule 14 Towns; 12 Whose Landscape When?; 13 Where is this Place?; PART 3 What is the Future?; 14 Protecting Landscapes; 15 Managing Landscape; Capsule 15 Industrial Landscape; 16 Enhancing the Landscape; 17 Trends for the Future; Index
Summary: Beautifully illustrated and including numerous subject 'capsules', this text follows the development of the several threads of the concept of landscape as they have evolved across disciplines and across countries. Divided into three sections, it first of all introduces the key notions of landscape, then examines the various factors which influence the way in which landscape is perceived now and in the past, with all of the senses. Finally, there is a consideration of the various ways of protecting, managing and enhancing the landscape, especially considering a future of climate change.
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Cover; Contents; Preface; List of Figures; 1 Introduction; PART 1 What Is Landscape?; 2 Landscape as Culture; 3 Landscape as Picture; Capsule 1 Reading Pictures; 4 Landscape as Scale; 5 European Round Table; Capsule 2 Abroad is Different; Capsule 3 Mediterranean Landscapes; 6 Landscapes of the Other Senses; Capsule 4 Travel; PART 2 How is Landscape Perceived?; 7 Landscape as a Common Heritage; Capsule 5 Maps; Capsule 6 Participation; 8 Our Personal Landscapes; Capsule 7 Woodland and Forest; Capsule 8 Coast; 9 National Landscape; Capsule 9 Mountains; Capsule 10 Moor, Marsh, Heath and Fen

10 ClassCapsule 11 Rivers and Lakes; Capsule 12 Farms and Farmland; 11 Insiders and Experts ; Capsule 13 Villages ; Capsule 14 Towns; 12 Whose Landscape When?; 13 Where is this Place?; PART 3 What is the Future?; 14 Protecting Landscapes; 15 Managing Landscape; Capsule 15 Industrial Landscape; 16 Enhancing the Landscape; 17 Trends for the Future; Index

Beautifully illustrated and including numerous subject 'capsules', this text follows the development of the several threads of the concept of landscape as they have evolved across disciplines and across countries. Divided into three sections, it first of all introduces the key notions of landscape, then examines the various factors which influence the way in which landscape is perceived now and in the past, with all of the senses. Finally, there is a consideration of the various ways of protecting, managing and enhancing the landscape, especially considering a future of climate change.

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