Cities and Natural Process is a discussion of the fundamental conflict in the perception of nature and an expression of the essential need for an environmental view when approaching urban design. Whilst retaining the existing structure, each of the chapters has been revised to take into account recent theoretical and practical developments. A completely new concluding chapter has been added which draws together the themes of the volume and links these to broader landscape issues such as greenway systems, landscape ecology and green infrastructure.
"In many ways the profession is just catching up with Hough's thinking." - Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan
Introduction 1. Urban Ecology: A basis for shaping cities 2. Water 3. Plants 4. Wildlife 5. City Farming 6. Climate: Making connections 7. The Regional Landscape Conclusion