Technical articles in the Journal

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    Landscape, The Journal of the Landscape Institute, from time to time has contained articles of a technical nature. Although these may not have been peer-reviewed by the Technical Committee, and are not official LI guidance, they are building into an excellent knowledge resource.

    The most recent editions are now online. A selection of technical articles that may be found helpful include:

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    Olympic soil

    Tree selection

    Specifying stone

    Dealing with salt

    Understanding LED lighting

    Wildflower seeding

    Understanding geosynthetics

    Ecological surveys

    Designing with stone

    NEC contracts

    BS 8545 – Trees: From Nursery to Independence in the Landscape

    Tree pit soils

    BIM – Getting to Level 2

    Pruning of young trees

    Natural capital

    Introduction to the CIRIA SuDS Manual

    Acting as an expert witness

    Unmanned aerial vehicles

    Constructing with stone

    Planting for pollinators

    Heat gain and paving selection

    To review more articles (including those more recent than those listed here) please visit the Journal’s own website.

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