Hills and Streams

An Ecology of Hong Kong


David Dudgeon and Richard Corlett

ISBN : 978-962-209-357-7

Architecture, Urban Planning, Environmental Studies

July 1994

276 pages, 6.5″ x 9.5″

  • HK$135.00

Despite centuries of human impact and one the highest population densities on Earth, most of Hong Kong is still rural in character and diverse in terms of flora and fauna. This diversity is threatened, though, by uncontrolled development of previously rural areas. This book aims to contribute to the conservation of the countryside by raising awareness of its value and by providing the scientific basis for its management.