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RESOURCES 1) Guidelines for Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment. 2002. The Landscape Institute with the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment. London, UK: Spon Press. Although this book is geared towards European projects, many of the ideas and concepts presented in it would also apply to United States projects. 2) The following Web site provides numerous examples of visual quality design and communication techniques for transportation system changes. Animation and video techniques that cannot be presented in this hardcopy guidebook, as well as photomontage and other techniques, are available for review at http://www.ursimaging.com/ 2002onlineportfolio/. REFERENCES Diamond, P., and J. Hausman. 1994. "Contingent Valuation: Is Some Number Better Than No Number?" Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 8, pp. 45-64. Hanemann, M. 1994. "Valuing the Environment Through Contingent Valuation." Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 8, pp. 19-43. King, D., M. Mazzotta, and K. Markowitz. (Undated) Ecosystem Valuation. Available at http://www.ecosystemvaluation.org. Lynch, Kevin. 1960. Image of the City. Cambridge, MA: M.I.T. Press. Louviere, J., D. Hensher, and J. Swait. 2000. Stated Choice Methods: Analysis and Application. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press. Nelessen, A.C. 1994. Visions for a New American Dream: Process, Principles and an Ordinance to Plan and Design Small Communities. Chicago, IL: American Planning Association. Visual Preference Survey is a registered trademark of A. Nelessen Associates, Inc., Belle Mead, NJ. 274