Landscape ecology planning principles in Korean Feng-Shui, Bi-bo woodlands and ponds

  title={Landscape ecology planning principles in Korean Feng-Shui, Bi-bo woodlands and ponds},
  author={Bo-Chul Whang and Myung Woo Lee},
  journal={Landscape and Ecological Engineering},
  • B. Whang, M. Lee
  • Published 28 October 2006
  • Environmental Science
  • Landscape and Ecological Engineering
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