BGCI: The global network > Resarch into master planning and feasibility study for a botanic garden
Resarch into master planning and feasibility study for a botanic gardenThe documents below are all from the PhD thesis of James Furse-Roberts, submitted June 2005, Reading University. The aim of the study was to assess the feasibility of a new native-species botanical collection
in Britain and suggest a possible design, through a series of data gathering and analysis;
The study also includes case studies of
For ease of use, the thesis has been divided into chapters. Any queries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
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