Landscape Evaluation: The Theoretical Vacuum

@inproceedings{Appleton1975LandscapeET,
  title={Landscape Evaluation: The Theoretical Vacuum},
  author={Jay Appleton},
  year={1975}
}
The empirical methodology of landscape evaluation could be strengthened if it were underpinned by a more convincing theoretical base, but there is no general understanding of how this might be done. This introductory paper poses three main questions: first, what, in any context do we expect of a theory; second, how, in the present context, does the weakness of theory adversely affect our methodology; and third, what can we do about it. IN reviewing the attempts so far made to evaluate landscape… CONTINUE READING

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