Managing Land-use Conflicts
Case Studies in Special Area ManagementBook - 1987
This work contains a series of case studies of the planning phenomenon that has become known as Special Area Management (SAM)--those areas so naturally valuable, so important for human use, so sensitive to impact, or so particular in their planning requirements as to need special management treatment. Based on an examination of the SAMs, this work integrates various aspects of the process of their planning and management and proposes policy and administrative guidelines to improve SAMs as a planning tool.
Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 1987
Characteristics: 323 p. : maps ; 24 cm