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  • The list includes all case studies categorised in this group and the respective answers to the first question "Rationale:Why is this case st [[Category:Working Group History and Conversation]]
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  • The list includes all case studies categorised in this group and the respective answers to the first question "Rationale:Why is this case st [[Category:Working Group History and Conversation]]
    4 KB (577 words) - 14:47, 3 August 2013
  • '''An international reflection on the history and the future of landscape architecture heritage''' == Motivation and objectives ==
    5 KB (694 words) - 10:03, 31 October 2018
  • ...er has an individual page for documenting his/her personal case. Good luck and enjoy your collaboration! ...ary for different kind of birds like (waterfowl, birds of prey, pheasants) and other creatures.
    5 KB (800 words) - 17:43, 5 February 2014
  • == Lecture Materials and Recordings == **Seminar motivation, goals and scope
    9 KB (1,313 words) - 10:01, 31 October 2018
  • ...c garden with pavilions, amphitheatre, pond, pergola, varieties of flowers and fauna from around the world but maintaining its originality. ...g, all are causing the city life to become a disgrace with lack of gardens and parks for refreshment.
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  • ...of migratory water birds in its trip from north Europe to Africa in Autumn and its back-trip in Spring. By the other hand, its nice beaches and its trees full riversides provide open air spaces for the nearby communitie
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  • ...changed now, people interaction with the site ,water movement,circulation and vegetation structure along of the water all are interesting points. ...gement. It was fortunate that this garden went under cultural heritage and conservation of UNESCO in 2007.
    7 KB (1,032 words) - 01:26, 3 December 2013
  • The list includes all case studies categorised in this group and the respective answers to the first question "Rationale:Why is this case st #Which elements make an open space successful and attractive? [Eunan] [Yujun]
    6 KB (881 words) - 14:38, 3 August 2013
  • '''''Please add the title of your case study here, adjust the map coordinates and replace the moa image with a characteristic image of your site''''' ...nt geological area . is a stretch of coastline that serves both geological and recreational stage of the senses
    8 KB (1,199 words) - 16:44, 4 December 2013
  • == Landscape and/or urban context of your case == ...y become slowly a nature sanctuary for waterfowl, birds of prey, pheasants and other creatures. [http://www.flickr.com/photos/sbell/sets/72157618790136658
    12 KB (1,753 words) - 15:04, 29 January 2014
  • '''''Natural environments, and how they return us to our roots''''' ...earn, live, perceive and explore the history of the country from its roots and gives them the opportunity to get to know more about the biodiversity that
    12 KB (1,855 words) - 21:47, 20 November 2014
  • ...servation of the medieval urban structure of the city has allowed "nature" and the rural scape to be present in the life of the center of the city. ...can enjoy is an integral part of it´s image, the quality of the daily life and its landscape.
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  • | '''Name''' ||style="background:Lavender"|''Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia'' Several reasons stand out why Göreme National Park and the Rock Sites of Cappadocia is interesting:
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  • ...nd fauna and play significant roles as catchments and as places for energy and wind flows to remove air pollution from the city environment, providing opp ...rural areas, providing economic benefits and protection of cultural values and heritage.
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  • ...by an extraordinary geological movement, historical and economic changes, and nowadays facing climate change as the land is being taken away by the sea l ...all, using forest urbanism as a scenario coping with flooding, submergence and soil salinity.''
    10 KB (1,581 words) - 22:15, 5 December 2013
  • ...n my background, landscape in post-modern time is a kind of reconstruction and more iconic, more abstract. They may not be a real beautiful landview but i ...want nature to look , the way we design it, it is a hybrid between nature and builidings influenced by economy, politics etc.
    10 KB (1,708 words) - 15:51, 1 November 2013
  • The list includes all case studies categorised in this group and the respective answers to the first question "Rationale:Why is this case st [[Category:Working Group Public Space and Civic Identity]]
    11 KB (1,621 words) - 14:43, 3 August 2013
  • ...maintenance. The Peak District’s Yorkshire Moorland is very well protected and I wanted to look in depth in to why it is so. ...rs to the national park each year also, poses considerable maintenance and conservation problems.
    21 KB (3,322 words) - 21:08, 19 January 2014
  • ...ity have been immersed in an urban environment in which both its structure and function have been significantly altered. ...has a great natural wealth that needs to be preserved, a variety of flora and fauna can be seen in this specifically place.
    17 KB (2,648 words) - 14:46, 2 December 2014
  • ...ter in Qasr Al Hokm area (Rule Palace), heart of Riyadh and its historical and heritage center that witnessed the start of march to the foundation of the ...of that farm, and the need of parks and open areas as well as green lands, and due to high population density in this area, it was decided long ago to exp
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