2 edition of analysis of visual perception within parklands. found in the catalog.
analysis of visual perception within parklands.
James J. McCorry
Thesis (M. A. (Leisure Studies)) - University of Ulster, 1989.
Elements or circumstances contributing to a result. A superficial or shallow knowledge of a subject. The necessary ingredients or components (for something, especially food or a social event) The state of the atmosphere at a particular place and time as regards heat, cloudiness, dryness, sunshine, wind, rain, etc. Increasing urbanization has determined a progressive detachment of people from a daily contact with nature, causing a series of public health and social concerns. Nonetheless, various studies recognized that green spaces in urban contexts play an important role in providing a series of benefits to the surrounding communities. Typically, benefits of urban nature have been studied from an Author: Alessandra Monti.
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The situational analysis was structured around three core themes: Product, Demand andStakeholders. These themes encompass a variety of drivers that have informed the assessment of the city centre. The analysis found theCairnscity centre retailproductlacks diversity and depth. Parking is . We performed cluster analysis using complete linkage on the resulting distance matrix and examined the resulting dendrogram for evidence of thematic groupings. RESULTS Palouse land cover Within the study area, our land-cover data analysis revealed that approximately % of the landscape is devoted to agriculture. Approximately % comprised Cited by:
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recreational use, participation) influence landscape perception (Asakawa et al., ), and what differences exist in perception between user groups (e.g. children, adults, students, caregivers) (Mori et al.,Rink and Emmrich, ).Cited by: Within cultivated parklands bordered by high walls, this cloistered world contains no boys or men.
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parklands are diminished by haze that reduces contrast, washes out colors, and renders distant landsca. Table Commonly Used Indices of Visibility Category Examples Reference Measures of human perception Measures of light intensities Measures of optical properties of air and airborne particles airport visual range Visual Air Quality Index contrast, blue-red luminance ratios, color contrasts, C.I.E.
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