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Author Name:    NIPpaysage Ekistics Planning and Design WEST, Anne

Title:   Point Pleasant Park Comprehensive Plan. 2nd Printing

Publisher:    NIPpaysage and Ekistics Planning and Design, 2009, 

Seller ID:   112122

NIPpaysage and Ekistics Planning and Design. Point Pleasant Park Comprehensive Plan. October 2008. [Montreal / [Halifax - Dartmouth] : NIPpaysage and Ekistics Planning and Design, (February 2009). Second Printing. Pp (6),1-304. Triple column. With photos (most in colour), maps, tables and other illustrations throughout. Small 4to, photo-illustrated cardcovers, with green spine. "Submitted by NIPpaysage, Ekistics Planning and Design in associationwith LandDesign Engineering Services, Peter N. Duinker, PhD, Black SPruce Heriatge Services, Form: Media." Contents: Executive Summary [by Anne West]1. Background 2. The Forest 3. The Shoreline 4. Fortifications 5. Park Dev elopment Plan 6. Implementation Introduction 1.1 Background 1.2 Park Chronology 1.3 The Way Forward 1.4 Comprehensive Plan Vision and Objectives 1.5 Organization of this Report Inventory & Analysis 2.1 Geology, Soils and Hydrology 2.2 Coastal Dynamics 2.3 Climate and Microclimate 2.4 Forest Conditions 2.5 Landscape Physiology 2.6 Infrastructure 2.7 Historic Resources 2.8 Landscape Character and Experiential Qualities 2.9 Park Uses 2.10 Summary Guiding Principles 3.1 Park Sustainability 3.2 Park Aesthetics [There is no 3.3] 3.4 Cultural Resources 3.5 First Nations' Resource Principles 3.6 Park Management, Administration and Operations 3.7 Public Involvement 3.8 Education and Interpretation 3.9 Safety and Security 3.10 Human Impacts Management Plan 4.1 Forest Framework 4.2 Forest Management Strategies 4.3 Shoreline Framework 4.4 Cultural Management Framework Park Development Plan 5.1 Introduction 5.2 The Idea Behind The Plan 5.3 Circulation Plan 5.4 Landscape Experience 5.5 Amenities and Furnishings 5.6 Site Concept Plans 5.7 Wayfinding/ Signing Strategy 5.8 Interpretation: Visitor Experience Concept 5.9 Drai nage Design 5.10 Services Implementation 6.1 Point Pleasant Park Governance, Ownership, and Administration 6.2 Next Steps and Areas for Further Study 6.3 Indicative Costs and Project Phasing With glossary. Appendices: A. 1999User Survey Summary B. Summary of Winning Entries C. Case Studies D. Refer ences. Very good. 40.00


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