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Green Infrastructure Planning Guidelines for Coastal Georgia

This guide is addressing GI at the landscape scale; with the process for identifying, prioritizing, conserving, and managing systems (e.g. wetlands, riparian zones, natural areas, working farms & forests)

These guidelines, and the related Story Map and supporting GIS tools, discuss GI at the landscape scale and the resulting benefits; it looks at scale, ten principles, key design elements, and the "nodes" and "linkage" concept.  Included in the discussion are:

  • Smart Growth
  • Smart Conservation
  • Transportation
  • Sustainable Forest Management
  • Urban Forestry
  • Regional Greenways
Authors
Coastal Regional Commission
Date Published
2014
Publisher
Coastal Regional Commission
Darien, GA (US)
Resource Format
Model Project/Program
Sub-Topics
Infrastructure (green)
State(s)/Region(s)
Georgia
Keywords
Landscape scale, Coastal, xGIwatershed, Nodes, Green infrastructure, Linkage
Indexed By
UFS - drh
Document Actions
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