Green space soundscape and urban sustainability an interdisciplinary empirical study


2019-11-12 13:54 BibTeX author Katherine N. Irvinea and Patrick Devinewrightb and Sarah R. Payneb and Richard A. Fullerc and Birgit Paintera and Kevin J. Gastonc, title Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study, year

Local Environment Vol. 14, No. 2, February 2009, 155 172 Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study Katherine N. Irvinea, Patrick DevineWrightb, Sarah R. Payneb, Richard A. Fullerc, Birgit Paintera and Kevin J. Gastonc a Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK; b Manchester Architecture Research green space soundscape and urban sustainability an interdisciplinary empirical study This paper addresses two typically separate issues contributing to urban quality of life: increasing noise levels and declining quality of public green space. Drawing from environmental psychology, ecology and acoustical methods, this interdisciplinary research studied the soundscapes of three green spaces in a UK city through interviews with

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Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study Katherine N. Irvine a, Patrick DevineWright b, Sarah R. Payne b, Richard A. Fuller c, Birgit Painter a and This paper addresses two typically separate issues contributing to urban quality of life: increasing noise levels and declining quality of public green space. Drawing from environmental psychology, ecology and acoustical methods, this interdisciplinary research studied the soundscapes of three green spaces in a UK city through interviews with 70 park users, the measurement of habitat and This paper addresses two typically separate issues contributing to urban quality of life: increasing noise levels and declining quality of public green space. Drawing from environmental psychology, ecology and acoustical methods, this interdisciplinary research studied the soundscapes of three green green space soundscape and urban sustainability an interdisciplinary empirical study This paper addresses two typically separate issues contributing to urban quality of life: increasing noise levels and declining quality of public green space. Drawing from environmental psychology, ecology and acoustical methods, this interdisciplinary research studied the soundscapes of three green spaces in a UK city through interviews with 70 park users, the measurement of habitat and Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study By Katherine N. Irvine, Patrick DevineWright, Sarah R. Payne, Richard A. Fuller, Birgit Krausse and Kevin J. Gaston Green space, soundscape and urban sustainability: an interdisciplinary, empirical study. By Katherine N. Irvine, Patrick DevineWright, this interdisciplinary research studied the soundscapes of three green spaces in a UK city through interviews with 70 park users,



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