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water efficient L A N D S C A P E S In California, the largest use of all urban water is watering landscapes. When a landscape or irrigation system is poorly designed or poorly maintained, or the landscape consists of plants not suited to the dry and often hot California climate, water demand ...

Changing Rural Landscape

Purdue University is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. 1-888-EXT-INFO Changing Rural Landscape Twenty years ago, if you drove down a country road in Indiana, you might have seen a farmstead every half-mile surrounded by acres and acres of prime farmland.

PRESERVING BIODIVERSITY: SPECIES, ECOSYSTEMS, OR LANDSCAPES?'

Ecological Applicalions, 3(2), 1993, pp. 202-205 O 1993 by the Ecological Society of America PRESERVING BIODIVERSITY: SPECIES, ECOSYSTEMS, OR LANDSCAPES?'

Cultural Landscapes

10 The purpose of this chapter is to review the literature relevant to the study of the landscapes of ethnic festivals. The literature review briefly describes cultural geography as a discipline and discusses the influence of historical ethnic groups on the American cultural landscape.

IT Landscapes: Architecture and Life-cycle Management of ...

IT LANDSCAPES: ARCHITECTURE AND LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT OF DISTRIBUTED ENVIRONMENTS IT Landscapes: Architecture and Life-cycle Management of distributed environments

Guidance for Federal Agencies on Sustainable Practices for ...

2 Guidance for Federal Agencies on Sustainable Practices for Designed Landscapes Table of Contents _ Forward ..... 3 I. Introduction ...

Mesquite Trees for the Urban Landscape

... and are an asset in low water-use landscapes. They may be planted in groups or as solitary specimens and add a lush appearance to the landscape.

Conceptualizing Landscapes in the San Pedro Valley of Arizona ...

Conceptualizing Landscapes in the San Pedro Valley of Arizona: American Indian Interpretations of Reeve Ruin and Davis Ruin . Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh (Center for Desert Archaeology)

SOILS OF RHODE ISLAM) LANDSCAPES

Soils of Rhode Island Landscapes William R. Wright Edward H. Sautter University of Rhode Island Agricultural Experiment Station in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service.

Ethnographic Landscapes

CRM No 5—2001 53 T he term "landscape" has a wide range of meaning in natural, cultural, and social research, from "a picture of natural inland scenery" to "a composition of man-made or man-modified spaces to serve as infrastructure or background for our collective existence."