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Urban Planning Resources

Key Resources to support Urban Planning research at Arizona State University

Top Urban Planning Resource

Avery Architecture Index

Preeminent architecture index covering:
popular periodicals
professional association publications
major serials on architecture and design
Other subjects include:
Urban and city planning,
Landscape Architecture,
Historic preservation,
Archeology, etc.


Useful Research Resources

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