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Key Resources
Visual Impact Assessment

This web page contains key reference publications for landscape and visual impact assessment for the period of 1980 to 1995. Most of these publications are out of print which is why we are making them available here. Major contributors of such material include Professor Emeritus John Felleman, Professor Emeritus James Palmer and Richard Smardon, Professor of Environmental Studies who my be contacted for further information.

(All documents in PDF format)

Cape Cod CommissionTechnical Bulletin #12 - 001: Visual Impact Assessment (VIA) Methodology for Offshore Development

Richard C. Smardon, Commission Consultant


future of wetlandsThe Future of Wetlands: Assessing Visual-Cultural Values

Edited by Richard C. Smardon

Individual Chapters

The legal LandscapeThe Legal Landscape: Guidelines for Regulating Environmental and Aesthetic Quality

by Richard C. Smardon and James P. Karp (1993)

Foundations for Visual Project AnalysisFoundations for Visual Project Analysis

by Richard C. Smardon, James F. Palmer, and John P. Felleman (1986)

Landscape Visibility Mapping: Theory and Practice

by John P. Felleman (1979)

Landscape Visibility Mapping: Theory and Practice

Visual Resources Assessment Procedure for US Army Corps of Engineers

by Richard C. Smardon, James F. Palmer, Alfred Knopf, Kate Grinde, Jim E. Henderson, and Linda D. Peyman-Dove (1988)

Visual Resources Assessment Procedure for US Army Corps of Engineers

Prototype Visual Impact Assessment Manual

by Richard C. Smardon (1979)

Prototype Visual Impact Assessment Manual

Proceedings of
Our National LandscapeOur National Landscape

A Conference on Applied Techniques for Analysis and Management of the Visual Resource

Gary H. Elsner and Richard C. Smardon, eds. (1979)

by Other Authors

Environmental and Aesthetic Impacts of Small Docks and Piers

by Ruth Kelty and Steve Bliven (2003)

Environmental and Aesthetic Impacts of Small Docks and Piers

The Human Factor in Mining Reclamation

by Belinda F. Arbogast, Daniel H. Knepper, Jr., and William H. Langer (2000)

Human Factor in Mining Reclamation

US Forest Service Scenic Management SystemLandscape Aesthetics: A Handbook for Scenery Management

by Lee Roger Anderson (1995)

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