Cui, XL and Wu, XP and Sai, D (2010) THE STUDY ON LANDSCAPE DESIGN OF HIGH-SPEED RAILWAY IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND ITS ASSESSMENT. In: Chen, F and Gao, L and Bai, Y, (eds.) KEY TECHNOLOGIES OF RAILWAY ENGINEERING - HIGH SPEED RAILWAY, HEAVY HAUL RAILWAY AND URBAN RAIL TRANSIT. (pp. 144 - 149). CHINA RAILWAY PUBLISHING HOUSE
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Recently, with the development of people's environmental awareness and aesthetic on beauty, the environmental protection and landscape design has becoming more important in the construction on high-speed railway. This paper reported the domestic and foreign railway landscape design, illuminated the inherent relationship between ecological restoration and landscape design and also indicated the significance of railway landscape design in ecological restoration. Based on the analysis of the potential landscape problem in the construction on high-speed railway, from the perspective of sub grade engineering, bridge engineering, tunnel engineering, land use and land spoil, temporary construction, This paper discussed the landscape design in ecological restoration, All of these aimed to offer references for resolving landscape design problems during the process of railway construction. Finally, it comes to the conclusion that it is necessary for us to develop the landscape-affected evaluation point especially considering of the socialization and naturalization of the landscape, properly and systematically finished the environment-affected evaluation and assessment of the railway landscape, and then to decrease the damages that may be brought during the construction of the high-speed railway effectively to some degree.
|Title:||THE STUDY ON LANDSCAPE DESIGN OF HIGH-SPEED RAILWAY IN ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION AND ITS ASSESSMENT|
|Event:||1st International Conference on Railway Engineering: High-speed Railway, Heavy Haul Railway and Urban Rail Transit|
|Location:||Beijing, PEOPLES R CHINA|
|Dates:||2010-08-20 - 2010-08-21|
|Keywords:||high-speed railway, ecological restoration, landscape design, Single-way Landscape Assessment|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering|
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