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Publication Date: 1987
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Site Planning In History. Historical References. Environmental Ethics: Commandment or Condition? The American Value System in Change. An Environmental Inventory and Assessment. Mapping. The Method of Inventory. Geology and Soils, by Michael Ostdick. Vegetation, by Michael Ostdick. Hydrology. Climate and Site, by George Truett James. The Site In Change. Earthworks: Shaping the Site. Grading. Retaining Walls. Topography and Surveys. Storm Water Management and Erosion Control. Streetscape And Site Improvements. Streets and Roads. Parking. Pedestrian and Bicycle Circulation. The Building and Energy. Land Use Controls. The Site Planning Process. Appendices.Brooks, Gene is the author of 'Site Planning Environment, Process and Development', published 1987 under ISBN 9780138112585 and ISBN 0138112584.
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