Master's Theses (Landscape Architecture)60
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
This collection contains master's theses from the Landscape Architecture program, dating back to 1979. Most of these reports and theses were digitized from paper copies held previously in the Fine Arts Library, while reports and theses after 2005 were submitted electronically to be archived and made available online.
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- Al-Zahra multi-service neighborhood center: a design concept for the Saudi Arabian neighborhood
- SUB-CULTURAL PREFERENCE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN FORESTS IN AGUA PRIETA, SONORA, MEXICO
- RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPES IN TUCSON, ARIZONA SUSTAINING SONORAN DESERT LANDSCAPE CHARACTER AT URBAN EDGES
- PRESERVING NATIVE PLANTS THROUGH REGULATION: A CASE STUDY OF THE CITY OF TUCSON'S NPPO (NATIVE PLANT PRESERVATION ORDINANCE)
- EVALUATION OF ROADSIDE REVEGETATION ALONG ARIZONA FOREST HIGHWAY 39 (MT. LEMMON HIGHWAY)