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Public Access: A Driver for Preservation and Discovery of Datasets at a US Land-Grant Institution
Public access to federally funded research data ensures preservation and discovery of datasets to promote translation of research evidence into meaningful outcomes. However, historical policy and concerns regarding making ...
Contemporary Spatial Publicness: Its New Characteristics and Democratic Possibilities
In this study, we explore the recognition of publicness as understood by everyday users of public space. By analyzing news articles in South Korea selected from 1 January 2010, to 31 December 2018, this study examines a ...
The Value of Green Infrastructure on Vacant and Residential Land in Roanoke, Virginia
Using the City of Roanoke, Virginia as a study site, this paper quantifies the forest structure, ecosystem services and values of vacant and residential land. Single family residential land had more trees (1,683,000) than ...
Planning for Resilience: Predicting Vegetated Roofs’ Runoff Reduction
The rate of incorporation of vegetated systems into urban buildings is on the rise. These systems represent a psychological link to the natural world that city-dwellers have left behind and a physical filter to temper the ...
Urban Residential Building Energy Consumption by End-Use in Malawi
Buildings account for about 40% of the global energy consumption and this energy demand is projected to continue growing over the next few decades. Residential buildings are responsible for over 60% of this consumption ...
What Park Visitors Survey Tells Us: Comparing Three Elevated Parks—The High Line, 606, and High Bridge
Many cities have replaced abandoned transportation infrastructure with an elevated park to gain increased economic benefits by developing old fabric. By following this trend, most studies to this point have only focused ...
Awareness and Attitude of College Students Majoring in Landscape Architecture towards the Sustainable Development
Reflecting the interest in sustainable development (SD), researches on the attitude toward SD have been steadily conducted for various groups. To explore the characteristics of awareness and attitude of college students ...
High Performance Case Study: Mel and Zora Rashkis Elementary School at Meadowmont
(Virginia Tech. Center for High Performance Environments, 2011)
An architectural case study of Mel and Zora Rashkis Elementary School at Meadowmont in Chapel Hill, NC.
School of Architecture + Design Annual Report, 2010-2011
(Virginia Tech, 2011)
This annual report outlines the department's accomplishments in the following areas: program rankings; teaching and learning; discovery and research; engagement; outreach; service and diversity.