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Random information on the term “Green space”:
In land-use planning, urban green space is open-space areas reserved for parks and other “green spaces”, including plant life, water features -also referred to as blue spaces- and other kinds of natural environment. Most urban open spaces are green spaces, but occasionally include other kinds of open areas. The landscape of urban open spaces can range from playing fields to highly maintained environments to relatively natural landscapes.
Generally considered open to the public, urban green spaces are sometimes privately owned, such as higher education campuses, neighborhood/community parks/gardens, and institutional or corporate grounds. Areas outside city boundaries, such as state and national parks as well as open space in the countryside, are not considered urban open space. Streets, piazzas, plazas and urban squares are not always defined as urban open space in land use planning. Urban green spaces have wide reaching positive impacts on the health of individuals and communities near the green space.
Random information on the term “LEA”:
The River Lea is a steep continuous river located in the north-western region of Tasmania, Australia.
The river has an average gradient of 27 metres per kilometre (140 ft/mi) and a peak grade of 45 metres per kilometre (240 ft/mi) that flows from Lake Lea to Lake Gairdner.
The river flows during the Tasmanian winter and spring, with flow reducing over the dryer summer months.
Located in a remote wilderness area, the Lea River is the site of the annual Lea Extreme Race.
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