Criteria for evaluating the visual resource a classification system Public Deposited

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  • Planning for the visual resource has always been difficult because of the complex nature of the subject matter. Recent federal legislation has generated a large amount of research on the problem of scenic measurement. Using an adaptation of a visual analysis system used by the Forest Service, a fourteen square mile planning district in the Willamette Valley is assessed for "visual sensitivity." A checklist of identifiable qualities in the landscape is composed, and used to classify land uses for their potential impact on the visual resource.
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