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by Ian C. Laurie
Author: Ian C. Laurie
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (February 28, 1979)
Category: Social Sciences
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Nature in cities: the natural environment in the design and development of urban green space. An extensive practical and philosphical guide to preserving, conserving and creating a natural environment within urban areas. The green areas provide many positive contributions such as positive impact on urban ecology, habitat formation, balancing of air humidity and climate regulation, as well as acquiring urban identity. By establishing a green space in connection with the structural masses, comfortable, healthy and quality living spaces are created for the people who spend most of their daily life in the.
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Urban greening contributes notably to quality of life and ecosystem . Nature-oriented designs are often less expensive to build, and largely self-sustaining with minimum maintenance needs to reduce.
Urban greening contributes notably to quality of life and ecosystem services in cities. At the urban edge where developments interface with natural areas, tongues or wedges of peri-urban natural areas could extend into built-up areas in an interfingering pattern (Frey 2000; Caspersen and Olafsson 2010). Nature-oriented designs are often less expensive to build, and largely self-sustaining with minimum maintenance needs to reduce recurrent upkeeping costs.
This has affected adversely on general environment and maintaining ecological balance.