Das Vorrang- und Ausgleichskonzept in der Raumplanung

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Author(s): Gfeller, Matthias
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Gfeller, Matthias. Das Vorrang- und Ausgleichskonzept in der Raumplanung. ein Ansatz zur Lösung von Problemen zwischen Landwirtschaft und Naturschutz von Matthias Gfeller. (1991). http://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-000592564

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Title Das Vorrang- und Ausgleichskonzept in der Raumplanung
Subtitle ein Ansatz zur Lösung von Problemen zwischen Landwirtschaft und Naturschutz von Matthias Gfeller
Author(s) Gfeller, Matthias
Publication Place Zürich
Publication Date 1991
Notes Diss. Techn. Wiss. ETH Zürich, Nr. 9427, 1991. Ref.: W. A. Schmid ; Korref.: A. Gigon
Language German
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.3929/ethz-a-000592564
Subject(s) Spatial and Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture
Agriculture, General
Naturschutz
Keyword(s) NATURE CONSERVATION AND PHYSICAL PLANNING
GRISONS
CT.GRISONS
NATURE CONSERVATION CONCEPTS
NATURE CONSERVATION PLANNING
CONSERVATION RECOMMANDATIONS
STRUCTURE PLANNING
SPATIAL PLANNING
COUNTRYSIDE PLANNING
RURAL PLANNING
LAND MANAGEMENT
AGRICULTURE
FORESTRY
AND LAND MANAGEMENT
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