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  1. LAM - LAND MATTERS

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  2. LETTERS

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  3. Mcintyre, Linda

    FOREGROUND - NOW - Small, overlooked parcels get new love in two cities; a millennial tree and a train appear at odds in Silicon Valley; in Cleveland, reality programming involves haze; a microbe that may turn sand into sandstone paving wins a big prize; and more

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  4. Beck, Ernest

    LEAP INTO WHAT? In landscape architecture firms, the struggles of the recent economy trickle all the way down to internships, which are harder to find these days. But some principals are committed to continuing their training programs, believing the future of their firms and profession is at stake

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  5. Edgerton Martin, Frank

    HISTORY - Sculpture for Everyone - In 1970, the PepsiCo World Headquarters opened in exurban New York with a first-rate sculpture garden designed by E. D. Stone Jr. Unlike a lot of neatly arranged corporate campuses, however, this one opened with — And maintains — A public spirit few people know about

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  6. Augustin, Sally; Cackowski-Campbell, Jean Marie

    RESEARCH - Research Design Connections - Schools with views into nature may have higher-performing students; unbuffered forests near development are likely to be trashed; and parks' cooling effects on cities are determined by several factors

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  7. BOOKS

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  8. DISPLAY AD INDEX

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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  9. BUYER'S GUIDE INDEX

    Landscape architecture magazine : the magazine of the American Society of Landscape Architects : LAM , 2011

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