Design Options And Planning Procedures Must Be Critically Examined To Ensure That Landscapes Are Created With Sensitivity To Water Quality And Management Issues As Well As Overall Ecological Integrity Handbook Of Water Sensitive Planning And Design Presents The History Of Water As A Design And Planning Element In Landscape Architecture And Describes New Interpretations Of Water Management This Text Pushes The Frontiers Of Standard Water Management In New Directions, Challenging Readers Into Abandoning The Comfortable Safety Of Conducting Business As Usual Within Narrow Disciplinary Confines, And Instead Directing Views Outward To The Exciting And Incompletely Mapped Regions Of True Interdisciplinary Water Sensitive Planning And Design With Contributions From Renowned Practitioners, Part I Provides Seventeen Chapters Addressing The Subject Of Site Specific Water Sensitive Design And Part II Presents Another Seventeen Chapters Focusing On Issues Relating To The Water Sensitive Planning Of Riparian Buffers And Watersheds In Addition, Professor France Has Provided A Response To Accompany Each Chapter, Which Succinctly Underscores The Salient Features In Detail And Emphasizes Cross Linking To Other Chapters In The Book The Overview Provides A Brief Road Map To Navigate Through The Section Finally, The Discussion Summaries At The End Of Each Section Elaborate On Past Problems, Current Challenges, And Future Directions Handbook Of Water Sensitive Planning And Design Puts Forward The Very Best Of Modern Water Sensitive Planning And Design And Should Be Required Reading For Everyone Involved In This Dynamic And Crucial Field.
- 699 pages
- Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design (Integrated Studies in Water Management and Land Development)
- Robert B. France
- 15 March 2019 Robert B. France