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Emerging Technology and Studies in Environmental Reclamation Engineering, Planning, and Design
Submission Deadline: July 31, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Jon B. Burley, Associate Professor, PhD, FASLA
School of Planning, Design and Construction, Michigan State University, USA
Research Interests: surface mine reclamation, post-industrial reclamation, wildlife habitat studies, visual quality assessment, landscape metrics, landscape research methods, landscape history.
Loures Luis Carlos, Professor Adjunto, PhD
Polytechnic Institute of Portalegre, Portugal
Research Interests: urban and regional planning, landscape reclamation, environmental planning and sustainability
About this Topic:
This special issue recognizes the expansion and diversity of the term “reclamation” and is open to a wide range of topics/papers related to the advancement and knowledge concerning the effort and concept: including modification of xeric landscapes, recovery of coastal lands, surface mine reclamation, post-industrial reclamation, coral reef restoration, disturbances from invasive species, and adaptive re-use of environments such as in cities. Topics can address social science or natural resource issues, plus innovations in engineering, planning, and design. Formal research studies, case studies, and critiques are welcomed. This issue is both broad and multidisciplinary in scope.
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