2 edition of Model for landscape resource assessment ; part I of the Metropolitan landscape planning model (METLAND) found in the catalog.
Model for landscape resource assessment ; part I of the Metropolitan landscape planning model (METLAND)
Julius Gy Fabos
by University of Massachusetts, Agricultural Emperiment Station in Amherst
Written in English
|Other titles||Metropolitan landscape planning model (METLAND)|
|Statement||Julius Gyula Fabos ; Richard Careaga, Christopher Greene, Stephanie Williston, research assistants.|
|Series||Research bulletin / University of Massachusetts at Amherst, College of Food and Natural Resources, Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 602, Research bulletin (Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station (1888- )) -- no. 602|
|LC Classifications||HT166 F23 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
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