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    HIS 4105. Studies of the Built North American Environment: 1580 to the Present

    Semester: 

    Fall
    • Professor: John Stilgoe
    • Term: Fall
    • Day: T, Th
    • Time: 9:00-10:15AM
    • School: Graduate School of Design
    • Course ID: 200228

    North America as an evolving visual environment is analyzed as a systems concatenation involving such constituent elements as farms, small towns, shopping malls, highways, suburbs, and as depicted in fiction, poetry, cartography, television, cinema, and advertising and cybernetic simulation.

    SCI 6380. Working Landscapes: Natural Resiliency And Redesign

    Semester: 

    Fall
    • Professor: Steven Apfelbaum, Katharine Parsons, and Robert Zimmerman
    • Term: Fall
    • Day: W
    • Time: 12:00-2:45PM
    • School: Graduate School of Design
    • Course ID: 217861

    Ecological principles and their application to design and planning will be emphasized. Topics will include coastal wetland development, sediment movement in estuaries and long-shore, natural disturbance regimes including coastal storms, flooding, and erosion. Applications of ecological principles for landscape design,...

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    SCI 6333. Water, Land-Water Linkages, and Aquatic Ecology

    Semester: 

    Fall
    • Professor: Timothy Dekker
    • Term: Fall
    • Day: Th
    • Time: 8:30-11:29AM
    • School: Graduate School of Design
    • Course ID: 200509

     This course will provide students with an understanding of water that will inform their professional approaches to landscape architecture, architecture, and planning, and contribute to protecting, improving, restoring, and sustaining water resources. Emphasis will be placed on both the science and the application of this science in designs for projects...

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