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Table of Contents List of Figures List of Tables Preface and Acknowledgements Part I. Open-Space Networks for Metropolitan Regions Chapter 1. Connected Open Space: The Metropolitan Scale. Chapter 2. Learning from City Stories: Ten Case Study Comparisons Part II. Connectivity and Human Ecological Planning Chapter 3. Ecology - Home: Toronto and Chicago Chapter 4. Recreation - Well Being: Milwaukee and Ottawa Chapter 5. Transportation - Movement: Calgary and Denver Chapter 6. Community - Neighborhood: Vancouver and Portland Chapter 7. Green Infrastructure - Hard Working City Systems Minneapolis and Cleveland Part III. Synthesis: Key Ingredients, Challenges, and Strategic Trends Chapter 8. Lessons for Realizing Connected Open-Space Networks in North American Cities Notes References About the author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Open spaces -- North America.
City planning -- North America.
Regional planning -- North America.
Metropolitan areas -- North America -- Case studies.
Human ecology -- North America.