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  • Acute Pulmonary Response in Landscape Workers: Job Redesign 

    Sexton, Pauline Lethea (Virginia Tech, 2003-07-30)
    Substantial efforts have been made in the study of occupational induced airway diseases. A strong link has been found between worker exposure to organic dust and resulting acute pulmonary spasms. The supporting studies ...
  • ACUTE PULMONARY RESPONSE IN LANDSCAPE WORKERS: JOB REDESIGN 

    Sexton, Pauline Lethea (Virginia Tech, 2001-05-30)
    Substantial efforts have been made in the study of occupational induced airway diseases. A strong link has been found between worker exposure to organic dust and resulting acute pulmonary spasms. The supporting studies ...
  • Apparent Preferences of Beach Users at Virginia Beach Resort Zone 

    MacBean, Anna Ruth (Virginia Tech, 2013-03-25)
    After compiling an appropriate list of beach criteria from established award programs and experts, the research landscape architect observed the Virginia Beach Resort Zone for areas of intense beach user activity.  The ...
  • An Architectural Investigation of the Haptic Sense: A Material Exploration of the Balance Between Building, Body, and Landscape. 

    Martinson, Jared Lee (Virginia Tech, 2011-06-30)
    Missing from much of civic/public spaces today is the potential choreography between body, imagination, and the built environment. This is often a result of a diminished sensation between ourselves and the coupling of ...
  • Breathing & Playing Architecture. Bagpipe School, Museum and Workshop 

    Garcia-Montagna, Maria Natalia (Virginia Tech, 2005-12-02)
    "This project is my way of saying thanks. My intention is to recognize the people who were able to transmit the passion and love for the land of my grandparents Asturias, with its heritage, history and music. My architectural ...
  • Chapel, Crematorium, and Columbaria 

    Im, Joann Hyohan (Virginia Tech, 1995-08-28)
    <p> Modern park-cemeteries have overcome the problems associated with cemeteries in past centuries. They usually are located away from population centers. They are designed for efficiency and are operated by professional ...
  • A cross-cultural study of prospect-refuge theory 

    Xu, Yuemao (Virginia Tech, 1993)
  • Estero de Provisor 

    Deppner, Mariel Estrada (Virginia Tech, 2014-11-03)
    Estero de Provisor: Revitalization of a City Through Water A Thermal Bathhouse on the Pasig River of Manila, Philippines Mariel Estrada Deppner "Ang hindi marunong lumingon sa pinanggalingan ay hindi makararating sa ...
  • A House In Situ 

    Temple-West, Frances P (Virginia Tech, 2014-09-17)
    The project is located in the Teton Valley of Idaho, sited on the eastern slope of the Big Hole Mountains oriented toward the western face of the Teton Mountain Range. The program is a vacation house for a young family of ...
  • Music and Depth in Landscape Experience 

    Mauzy, John W. (Virginia Tech, 2006-04-07)
    The estranged relationship with landscape exhibited by contemporary cultures has been well documented by prominent theorists. Design professionals can begin to reconcile culture and landscape by proposing interventions ...
  • The Place of Man 

    Hindman, Jeremiah J. (Virginia Tech, 2011-12-07)
    This is a long building comprised of a series of five rooms set in a field and open to the sky and the surrounding landscape in varying degrees. It is a building that makes a place that encourages manâ s contemplation of ...
  • Relationship of Ruffed Grouse Home Range Size and Movement to Landscape Characteristics in Southwestern Virginia 

    Fearer, Todd Matthew (Virginia Tech, 1999-05-21)
    I addressed the effects of landscape characteristics on ruffed grouse (Bonasa umbellus) home range size and movement, and examined grouse selection for specific landscape characteristics and cover types. Grouse home ranges ...
  • Terraced Landscape: A School Building Design in Virginia Tech 

    Qu, Jinwu (Virginia Tech, 2013-11-13)
    This thesis is an exploration of the fusion of building and landscape. Along with the development of modern design education, architecture design has been subdivided into several specific branches which actually cause harm ...
  • Texas Timber-Frame Porch 

    Senning Jr, Daniel A (Virginia Tech, 2013-06-11)
    This thesis project is an investigation of both heavy timber construction and a means to create a retreat away from the chaos of modern life. This culminated in a porch outside of downtown Austin, Texas. The program began ...
  • The Textile Landscape: A Journey through the Structure of Landscape 

    Parvinian, Mandana (Virginia Tech, 2007-11-27)
    This is a study in which landscape architecture is theoretically related to the &quot;textile art.&quot; It establishes a theoretical analogy of the landscape as a kind of textual manifestation, &quot;the landscape is a ...