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eview onservation subdivisions : A wildlife perspective

@inproceedings{Hostetlera2009eviewOS,
  title={eview onservation subdivisions : A wildlife perspective},
  author={ark Hostetlera and David Drakeb},
  year={2009}
}
Conservation subdivision is a design concept used by landscape architects and other built environment professionals to conserve wildlife habitat within growing communities. The idea is by clustering homes together to maximize open space, one can conserve urban biodiversity. It is a popular concept used by many planners and landscape architects and is used in many municipalities as an alternative to conventional urban development. In this review paper, we systematically review Randall Arendt’s… 

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