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A taste of the images from the Urban Wildscapes book. One image below from each chapter.
Figure-0.4 © Anna Jorgensen, 2007. Makeshift shelter in the Rivelin Valley, Sheffield
Figure-F.1 © Richard Keenan, 2009. A wild edge in the amenity green space surrounding social housing at Norfolk Park forms part of Sheffield's wider urban ecosystem.
Figure-1.6 © Christopher Woodward, 2006. Vacant lot, Detroit.
Figure-2.1 © Chicago Park District. A 50 ha portion of the Lincoln Park called the Montrose Extension was developed during the 1930s from extensive breakwater construction, landfill, and dredging for harbour development (photo: 1934).
Figure-3.3 © Marian Tylecote, 2010. Perching boy in Manor Park, Sheffield.
Figure-4.3 © Ian Biscoe, 2009. Budgie graffiti by Faunagraphic in the works shower at the derelict Hepworth Refractories site in the Loxley Valley, Sheffield.
Figure-5.2 © James Sebright, 2011. Part of a specially commissioned series of images for the 'Wildscapes in children's literature' chapter.
Figure-6.2 © Rianne Knoot, 2008. Active opencast brown coal mine in Lusatia with the power plant in the background.
Figure-7.1 © Shanghai Urban Planning and Design Research Institute. Masterplan for the World Expo 2010, Shanghai.
Figure-8.2 © Anna Jorgensen, 2010. Courtyard in Chrisiania.
Figure-9.3 Reproduced with the kind permission of Sheffield City Council. 'Early Morning on the Don', Sheffield by Walter Hayward Young 1868 - 1920.
Figure-10.1 © Nigel Dunnett . A small pond created along the brook that runs the entire length of the park, surrounded by spontaneous tall herb vegetation.
Figure-11.4 © Laura Silva Alvarado, 2010. The raised metal walkway with its associated lookoutposts and platforms, designed by the Odious Group, protects the vegetation in the most biodiverse areas of the nature-park, enabling users to access and overlook these areas.
Figure-12.3 © Helen Morse Palmer & John Deller, 2007. 'Upstaging Nature' Helen Morse Palmer.
Figure-13.5 © Catherine Heatherington, 2010. The RSPB Rainham Marshes with the Eurostar Rail Link in the background.
Figure-14.2 © Birgitta Geite. Birgitta's family at Gyllin's Garden in 1976/77.
Figure-15.5 © Deidre McMenamin, Dougal Sheridan, Sarah Allen, Ryan Ward - LiD Architecture. Woodvale Hub: Plan View of model showing the temporal design strategy proposed, called the Plu-in-Path.
Figure-16.6 © Anna Jorgensen, 2010. The hammocks in Bruno Kreisky Park - an old Park in Vienna.