A Rediscovered Frontier describes the changing land use issues taking place in the rapidly growing western United States, paying special attention to the previously unexplored area of private lands planning and local growth management. A Rediscovered Frontier begins by exploring the term 'New West', describes prototypical land use patterns found throughout the West, and examines the spatial circumstances of rural and small town growth patterns. Intended as a text for college students taking courses in land use planning, a sourcebook for land use planning and environmental management professionals, as well as anyone who cares about western environments, A Rediscovered Frontier addresses the social, economic, political, and above all, geographical realities of land use in the West today.
Philip L. Jackson is professor emeritus at the Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University. Robert Kuhlken is professor at the Department of Geography and Land Studies, Central Washington University.
Chapter 1 LAND USE AND RESOURCE ISSUES IN THE NEW WEST Chapter 2 DEVELOPMENT PATTERNS AND PROTOTYPES Chapter 3 A GEOGRAPHIC LAND USE DIGEST Chapter 4 CONVERGENT PROBLEMS, DIVERGENT SOLUTIONS Chapter 5 THE TAKINGS ISSUE AS A CHALLENGE TO GROWTH MANAGEMENT Chapter 6 A RATIONAL MODEL FOR COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLANNING
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