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This research uses a form-based code (FBC) to affect the townscape through its procedures and components. Impacts of the FBC’s features on the townscape are classified into three categories the effect on urban spaces, buildings, and landscape architecture. This research explores the components of the categories and makes reference to those componen...
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Tree-dwelling hair lichens in the genus Bryoria provide crucial late-winter forage for Deep-Snow Mountain Caribou (DSC), an imperiled ungulate endemic to south-central British Columbia, Canada. Because DSC survival requires continuous access to heavy hair lichen loadings, conservation efforts can benefit from an improved understanding of the factor...
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This study aimed to compare the achievements of the students who attended the Environmental Design Project course at Karadeniz Technical University (KTU) in various years with the face-to-face (FE) and distance (OE) education methods. The study was conducted with 130 students. In the initial stage, ANOVA was conducted to determine whether there was...
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As an ecological green building material, natural bamboo has many advantages such as a light weight, high strength, and short growth cycle. Natural bamboo is widely used in landscape architecture and fabricated structures. However, in bamboo building structures, the most common bolted joints often appear cleaved along the grain. In this paper, glas...
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The presented scientific book is devoted to the issue of fish and fish dishes and their role in the diet and everyday life of the inhabitants of the Czech lands of the past and present. It is the scientific output of the project called Cultural Traditions of Czech Fishing in the Light of its Utilization in Tourism and Landscape Architecture (DG18P0...
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The present work focuses on European cities’ environments and open spaces, aiming to demonstrate how, through landscape architecture, it is possible to respond effectively to many of the ecological and social hardships that the Green Deal aspires to alleviate. It was signed in 2019 by all of the member countries of the Union, seeks to reverse the c...
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Background: With elderly people comprising a growing share of the population, landscape planners need to consider their specific requirements to enhance the opportunities for them to engage in nature-based recreation (NBR). However, few studies have spatially assessed the recreation potential, demand, and opportunities for elderly people in cities....
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With the gradual maturity of the development of scientific and technological modernization, China’s economic level has risen rapidly, and people’s living conditions have been further improved. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, Internet of things, and big data have brought new opportunities for China’s urban construction and lan...
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The pioneers of landscape architecture invented this profession in a period of democratic, science and industrial revolutions that encouraged civil rights movements. However, before WWII the courses in landscape architecture were developed in only a small number of countries. Until the mid- seventies several new landscape architecture programs star...
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The notion of environmental transition is a major scientific and public issue that seems to have superseded that of sustainable development. Uncertainty, complexity, resilience, adaptation, and vulnerability are all notions that accompany the common vocabulary relating to environmental transition and largely permeate the practice and teaching of la...
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In recent years, there is a growing interest in the benefits of green spaces on individuals’ subjective well-being in developed countries; however, few studies have examined the underlying mechanisms for these benefits and differentiated the cognitive from the emotional component of subjective well-being, especially in the rapidly urbanizing and ag...
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Walking treads not only on the palpable site but also through the stroller’s imaginary territory. This dual nature of walking is frequently illustrated in historical literature and pictures. These two forms of walking create a liminal and absorptive movement between the palpable and imaginary landscapes through the body-mind as a living medium. The...
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Progress of the energy transition and degradation of landscapes is often mentioned in the same breath. This perceived degradation stems from the changing of familiar and cherished landscapes. Wind turbines, solar fields and other energy technologies change landscapes, driven by (inter)national energy transition targets to mitigate climate change. A...
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The experiment on Evaluation of dahlia (Dahlia variabilis L.) genotypes for quality, yield and shelf life was carried out at the Department of Floriculture and Landscape Architecture, College of Horticulture, Sirsi, Karnataka during the year 2018 to 2019 with a view to find out the genotypes for quality, yield and shelf life of dahlia. The experime...
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:Hydrogen peroxide has been used as a sanitation agent for many years. Recently, hydrogen peroxide products have been used to remove algae from irrigation lines and sanitize hydroponic systems between uses. However, hydrogen peroxide can have phytotoxic effects on plants at high concentrations. The goal of this research was to determine if hydrogen...
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The experiment on divergence studies in dahlia (Dahlia variabilis L.) genotypes was carried out at the Department of Floriculture and Landscape Architecture, College of Horticulture, Sirsi, Karnataka during the year 2018 to 2019. The experiment was conducted with 35 genotypes of dahlia with the following objective as genetic divergence studies in d...
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Inspired by the academic experiences in research as a student as well as a teacher, the authors felt the necessity of addressing the book on “Research in Architecture” to the students and teachers in architecture fraternity, who are newcomers or beginners in the research field and who might be facing psychological fear regarding the subject. The di...
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The reduction of the native forests coverage in mainland Portugal increased in the past centuries, leading to a marked decrease in biodiversity in general, especially on typical species of mature forest environments. However, urban biodiversity seems to resist more effectively than rural to disturbances due to the lower incidence of fires, as well...
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Virtual landscape is going through an advancement initiated by the development of digital technologies related to virtual environments. The virtual landscape has been used as a tool to develop the real world; however, this domain itself also carries a design value. Taking advantage of the unique affordances of such environments, virtual landscape d...
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ÖZ İklim değişikliği küresel bir problemdir. Türkiye ise iklim değişikliğinin çeşitli tehlikelerle günlük yaşamı etkilemeye başladığı ülkelerden biridir. Bu soruna önerilecek çözüm önerilerinden biri eğitim faaliyetleridir. Türkiye ise genç nüfus oranının AB deki diğer ülkelere göre daha yüksek olduğu bir ülkedir. Bu nedenle eğitim faaliyetlerine g...
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Xuzhou University of Technology is a local newly established applied undergraduate university. The construction of a practical teaching base of landscape architecture majors was faced with the problems of short construction time and lack of funds. The feasibility, necessity, process, and achievements of the construction of the practical teaching ba...
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For over more than 20 years, Transylvanian ensembles, gardens and parks have been investigated, described and analysed by a research group from Hungary, led by Albert Fekete. The goal of this study of Transylvanian ensembles is to get background information, insight for developing a strategy for landscape preservation and development in the long ru...
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Sustainability is observed in many aspects and elements of traditional Iranian architecture, planner and landscape architecture, and this method was used to solve many problems for many countries. The aim of this article is to achieve a sustainable approach in planning urban renewal projects to identify the relationship between urban design conside...
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This paper will concentrate on the result of a research based on comparative study between two Persian gardens in different micro climates in arid regions. Sustainability could be observed in many aspects and elements of traditional Iranian architecture and landscape architecture, and this method of design has used to solve many problems for many c...
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The pioneers of landscape architecture invented this profession in a period of democratic, science and industrial revolutions that encouraged civil rights movements. However, before WWII the courses in landscape architecture were developed in only a small number of countries. Until the mid-seventies several new landscape architecture programs start...
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Architects, landscape architects and urban designers experiment with color and lighting effects in their daily professional practice. Over the past decade, there has been a reinvigorated discussion on color within architectural and cultural studies. Yet, scholarly enquiry within landscape architecture has been minimal despite its important role in...
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Virtual landscape has a prominent role in digital games' virtual environment design. Since the attributes of the virtual landscape directly affect a game's characteristics, it is crucial to be explored as a design domain, apart from just being a tool for other domains' development. This study traces the gradual change of the virtual landscape in ed...
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With the continuous improvement of the living standards of people, the requirements of people for the environment in which they are located are gradually increasing, which makes urban landscape design work more and more important. Plant landscaping is the core component of urban landscape design. By analyzing and discussing the application of plant...
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ABS TRACT: The coas tal landscape is relatively new and complex category that offers the potential of sharing the sciences of architecture, perspective, nature and the environment, tourism and hospitality, beyond their physical effects on another. In addition to that their widespread effects in enhancing identity and the quality of the architectura...
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With the mission to support the future of research in digital landscape architecture, I map the current cognitive and actor structures of our research community.
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The video had been produced for the DLA Conference 2022 at Harvard Graduate School of Design (Harvard GSD). Link to the paper that formed the basis of the video: https://gispoint.de/gisopen-paper/7362-floodlandscapeautopsy-digital-post-disaster-retrospection-for-sustainable-design-decision-making.html?IDjournalTitle=6 The 23rd Annual International...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has precipitated a widespread deterioration of health and wellbeing. 1.41 million people in the UK were in contact with mental health services at the end of March 2021 and some places have seen referrals more than double compared to pre-COVID levels. The connection between obesity and COVID-19 has also been recognised during t...
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Unter den derzeit rund 39.000 Planungsbüros in Deutschland steht bei vielen hundert in den nächsten Jahren eine Nachfolgeregelung an. Dieser Artikel befasst sich daher intensiv mit dem Thema der Unternehmensnachfolge und gibt Einblicke in die unterschiedlichen Vorstellungen, Herausforderungen und gewünschten Hilfestellungen aus Perspektive Abgebend...
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One key carrier for wetland resource protection is wetland park, the main form of which includes lake-type wetland park. To determine the management and control boundary of lake-type wetland parks scientifically and reasonably is of great significance to the sustainable protection and utilization of wetland resources. From the perspective of landsc...
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Stacked Generalization of Random Forest and Decision Tree Techniques for Library Data Visualization. Comparative Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Study of Ultrasound-Assisted Aqueous Extract from Fresh Plants of Bryophyllum pinnatum with Conventional Extraction Method. A Digital Planning Tool for Shaping Up the Landscaping Architecture. Data Mining-...
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Climate changes have been considered an essential factor controlling the shaping of the recent alluvial landscapes in central Amazonia, with implications for explaining the biogeographic patterns in the region. This landscape is characterized by wide floodplains and various terrace levels at different elevations. A set of older terraces with ages b...
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Program for the 2nd Energy Transition Colloquium - Session 16-17 June 2022 16-17 June 2022 session of the 2nd Energy Transition Colloquium Registration Links and Program. ' For the June 16,2022 9 AM 1 PM (EST, Washington, DC) session: https://wvu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rTAEcna6RqS9_RlkTza9ng and here for the June 17, 2022 9 AM 1 PM (EST, Wash...
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While the twentieth century was dominated by private car usage, shifts towards more sustainable urban mobility, to mitigate environmental damage and increase health benefits, are now taking place. In Scandinavia, several car-free street experiments take form, that span from permanent car-free inner-city plans (i.e. Oslo) to temporary interventions...
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Over the past 40 years, brownfield remediation has become an important issue of urban economic transition and revival, providing many social, economic, and environmental benefits to cities. Identifying urban candidate brownfield sites is an essential task of brownfield projects, but few attempts have been made to create a comprehensive dataset of t...
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This paper deals with the identification and classification of lexical bundles that are commonly used in biotechnical texts in abstracts written by master’s degree students of the Faculty of Agriculture in Belgrade in English as a foreign language, more precisely English for Specific Purposes. Although in previous research lexical bundles of native...
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Improvements in multimedia technology create opportunities to remotely observe places in virtual mode. Our paper focuses on the creation and use of virtual fieldtrips in design studios with the aim of providing an in-field perspective for students, so that they can observe and characterize a 7300-hectare (18000-acre) study area. Specifically, in 20...
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In recent years, the pressing environmental, social, and economic problems affecting cities have resulted in the integration of the disciplines of landscape architecture and urban forestry via a transdisciplinary approach to urban planning and design. Now, new urban forestry approaches and concepts have emerged for more sustainable city planning. T...
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The graduate-level Urban Design Studio focuses on Nature-Based Solutions in Urban Contexts and Design for graduate students with a background in and city planning and landscape architecture. UD501 Urban Design Studio (IZTECH, Department of City and Regional Planning)
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Landscape morphology is a significant area of landscape architecture research. One of the scientific and technological issues in recent landscape morphology research is the use of quantitative analysis technology driven by morphology indexes and computational models to describe, compare, and analyze form features. This article focuses on the form f...
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งานวิจัยนี้มีวัตถุประสงค์เพื่อศึกษาชนิดพันธุ์ของพรรณไม้ดอกหอมในพื้นที่สวนไม้หอม มหาวิทยาลัยเทคโนโลยีราชมงคลอีสาน วิทยาเขตสุรินทร์ และศึกษาการนำพรรณไม้ดอกหอมไปใช้ประโยชน์ในงานภูมิสถาปัตยกรรม ผลการศึกษาพบพรรณไม้ดอกหอม 60 ชนิด 51 สกุล 29 วงศ์ แบ่งเป็นไม้ต้น 24 ชนิด (ร้อยละ 40) ไม้พุ่ม 18 ชนิด (ร้อยละ 30) ไม้พุ่มรอเลื้อย 11 ชนิด (ร้อยละ 18) และ ไม้เลื้...
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Plants, as the most important element of urban open and green areas, can have negative effects on the environment with some of their features, as well as many important benefits they offer to the urban ecosystem. Invasive plant taxa, which cause ecological problems and economic damage by negatively affecting the distribution and diversity of local...
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Buffer zones help protect historical heritage sites’ integrity, authenticity, and sustainability, and thus are an essential measure for protecting such sites. Traditional buffer zone delineation considers mainly the urban texture, a rigid boundary, visual corridor construction, and other factors. A more direct approach is designating a rated outer...
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Blue-green architecture (BGA) describes buildings and open spaces that combine nature-based and technical systems of vegetation and urban water management. This creates positive effects on the urban climate, public health, biodiversity, and water balance. In this study, a design strategy for BGA is applied and evaluated on a practical project. The...
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Landscape architecture is a comparatively new concept and is gaining prominence in town and country planning exercises. People marveled at the design of new towns when the infrastructure looks nice and well placed. However, when the planning exercise is not done properly this results in the implementation of poor infrastructure with narrow roads, l...
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The term Citizen Science has been used in various contexts, but little effort has been made to provide a vision of it in regard to socio-spatial studies, which are in the core of the research group on Citizen Science in understanding and transforming the territory (CIDATE). The authors in this chapter represent widely diverse disciplines, including...
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The spiritual connotation of contemporary cities has gradually become rich and colorful, and the concept of a green city has also been accepted by the public. People living in cities have higher and higher requirements for landscape, but traditional landscape design cannot achieve efficient and accurate planning. Therefore, the old design method, w...
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Contrary to the popular belief, green space is not just a plant-covered, tabulated area. It is a symbol of a community's cultural and social thinking. So, its scope does not include just parks. Plants are the most important environmental variables in the landscape architecture and green space. Given the numerous problems in the field of green space...
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Experiences in childhood shape personality structures in adulthood and provide the formation of a person's identity. The most important process and method in this formation is the play in childhood. Play increases the child's self-confidence, in addition to many physical abilities, it improves their ability to communicate with other people and to b...
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Soundscape perception is a very weak link in the national park landscape evaluation system in China. A thorough understanding of soundscapes and their effects on visual aesthetics is important for the management of national park landscapes. In this study, features of soundscapes (e.g., loudness, frequency, preference, and auditory satisfaction) wer...
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ABS TRACT: Providing the conditions of residential neighborhoods to enhance residents' quality of life has always been an issue of great for urban experts and policymakers of various fields. According to the extensive research in this field, addressing quality of life indicates its importance in residential neighborhoods. The present manuscript eva...
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With the continuous acceleration of the urbanization process, rural areas have gradually put forward construction plans for new rural forms. Pastoral complex is a construction mode of characteristic townships and rural complexes, which has become a new form of social development today. Pastoral complexes provide a new model of new rural constructio...
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The Master track programme in Landscape Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at TU Delft was launched in 2010. It all began with the introduction of the discipline of landscape architecture to the Faculty in 1948. The journey from this modest post-war beginning to the tenth anniversary of the Master track programme...
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Landscape preference is the focus of landscape research, in which the relationship between landscape elements and landscape preference is an important issue. Most previous studies have analysed correlation between the landscape preference scored by the public and scores on the quality of landscape elements by experts; some have compared the effects...
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Forms and Purpose of the garden It is true that the gardens are created to satisfy different needs and the purpose varies with gardens, locations and customers (Table 1). For instance, The Botanical Garden of Ooty was started by the British people with the purpose of introducing plants. They succeeded in introducing tea, coffee, potato, wheat, euca...
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Planning and designing sustainable, resilient, and healthy landscapes, cities and communities is anchored in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations in 2015. Current European strategies, such as the EU Green Infrastructure Strategy, the European Green Deal, the EU Strategy on Adaptation to C...
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The current state of our planet gives rise to a range of new perspectives in the environmental humanities that take « multispecies » viewpoints into account. These voices are often framed as « more-than-human » research, as they criticize the deeply anthropocentric worldviews that fuel environmental degradation and acknowledge the imbricated nature...
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At the end of last year, a monograph by O.L. Rubtsova and N.V. Chuvikina "Leonid Rubtsov - an outstanding landscape architect" (2021) was published. It was dedicated to the life and work of the famous dendrologist, plant breeder, classic of landscape architecture, Doctor of Biological Sciences, Professor Leonid I. Rubtsov (1902-1980), due to whos...
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Blau-grüne Infrastrukturen übernehmen vielfältige ökologische und raumbildende Funktionen in der Stadt. Sie umfassen sowohl technische als auch naturbasierte Lösungen und bilden damit Schnittstellen zwischen Architektur und Landschaftsarchitektur. Die erfolgreiche Umsetzung blau-grüner Projekte erfordert interdisziplinäre Teams. Die zugrundeliegend...
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This book provides an empirical analysis of the concept of play as a form of spatial practice in urban public spaces. The introduced City Play Framework (CPF) is a practical urban analysis tool that allows urban designers, landscape architects and researchers to develop a shared awareness when opening up this window of possibility for adventure. Tw...
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In architecture the summary is at Presents the Different stages of the design process from beginning to end and the final product. Abstract is used as a method of gaining environmental knowledge to develop conceptual stages of the design process. Summary Vehicle functions or ATM functions are excellent examples of contractions in the real world. An...
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Landscape architecture is the planning, design, and construction of Landscape environments. Includes management and breeding. Landscape architects are unique With skills, they work to improve human and environmental health in all communities. They will strengthen parks, campuses, street views, alleys, plazas, apartments and communities Plan and des...
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The socio-physical qualities of built environments are, in several ways, of imperative importance for children growing up. The Child-Friendly Cities initiative by UNICEF, an implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, has made local governments strive toward child-friendliness. The participation of children and young people is o...
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Problem statement: The Zayandehrood River as the most important ecological factor in Isfahan plain, is the main factor in maintaining habitat and regulating of the region’s ecosystem. In recent years, due to different reasons, the Zayandehrood has faced some issues include climate change, drought, traditional view on dam construction, population in...
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Identification of Potential Land Use Conflict Areas in Efeler District of Aydın Province by the LUCIS Model Emre Keloğlu*a, Rüya Bayarb Submitted: 19.01.2022 Accepted: 13.04.2022 EXTENDED ABSTRACT 1. Introduction The LUCIS Model is a land use simulation model developed at the University of Florida, Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban and...
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The traditional teaching model of landscape architecture education is teacher-centered classroom lectures, which cannot effectively satisfy students’ curiosity and stimulate their creative thinking and computational thinking skills, resulting in students’ low willingness to learn, inattentiveness, and lack of participation in discussions and intera...