publication . Doctoral thesis . 2003

Visual aspects in urban woodland management and planning

Ode, Åsa;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2003
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
Urban woodland is an important component of people's everyday environment, both as an attractive environment to visit as well as being an intrinsic part of the surrounding landscape. This thesis focuses on one specific aspect of the urban woodland - the visual. The visual aspect is how most people experience the woodland, both when visiting and as part of their everyday landscape. In order to take visual aspects into account there is a need to have tools and approaches for analysing and describing these. This thesis highlights the importance of management context as well as providing tools for the spatial analysis of visual aspects. The methods used are a combin...
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