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A Glossary of Urban Voids by Sergio Lopez-Pineiro

Title A Glossary of Urban Voids
Author Sergio Lopez-Pineiro
Publisher Jovis Verlag
Release 2020
Category Land use, Urban
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9783868596045
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An annotated collection of over 200 terms used to name voids in cities, from the "terrain vague" to the "buffer zone This innovative book names the unnamable urban zones that usually remain invisible. As the landscape architect James Corner has pointed out, a void cannot be labeled because "to name it is to claim it in some way." By compiling and enumerating existing terms,A Glossary of Urban Voidsis a fascinating and compelling attempt to name the unnamable, to define that which should have no precise definition. It records terms, names and labels used to designate leftover spaces resulting from processes of urban abandonment that originate from some kind of obsolescence or loss. These processes of abandonment open up the space, liberating it from existing ideological frameworks (financial, capital, cultural), allowing for divergent spatialities to emerge and ultimately offering opportunities to imagine alternative types of public space.

Waste Matters by Nikole Bouchard

Title Waste Matters
Author Nikole Bouchard
Publisher Routledge
Release 2020-12-02
Category Architecture
Total Pages 256
ISBN 0429953801
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For thousands of years humans have experimented with various methods of waste disposal—from burning and burying to simply packing up and moving in search of an unscathed environment. Habits of disposal are deeply ingrained in our daily lives, so casual and continual that we rarely ever stop to ponder the big-picture effects on social, spatial and ecological orders. Rethinking the ways in which we produce, collect, discard and reuse our waste, whether it’s materials, spaces or places, is essential to ensure a more feasible future. Waste Matters: Adaptive Reuse for Productive Landscapes presents a series of historical and contemporary design ideas that reimagine a range of repurposed materials at diverse scales and in various contexts by exploring methods of hacking, disassembly, reassembly, recycling, adaptive reuse and preservation of the built environment. Waste Matters will inspire designers to sample and rearrange bits of artifacts from the past and present to produce culturally relevant and ecologically sensitive materials, objects, architecture and environments.

Contemporary Approaches in Urbanism and Heritage Studies by Rokhsaneh Rahbarianyazd , Editor

Title Contemporary Approaches in Urbanism and Heritage Studies
Author Rokhsaneh Rahbarianyazd , Editor
Publisher Cinius Yayınları
Release 2021-08-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 286
ISBN 6257472385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is an intellectuaJ discourse and a concise compendium of current research in Architecture and Urbanism. Primarily, it is a book of readings of 24 chapters. The book brings together theories, manifestos and methodologies on contemporary architecture and urbanism to raise the understanding tor the futu re of architectur and urban planning. Ovcrall, the book aimed to establislı a bıidge between theory and practice in the built environment. Thus. it reports on the lalesi research fındings and innovative approaches. methodologies for creating, assessing. and understanding of contemporary built environment.

Title Rethinking Urban Transport After Modernism
Author David Dewar
Publisher Routledge
Release 2017-07-05
Category Transportation
Total Pages 180
ISBN 1351903527
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For the last seven decades, urban settlement policy worldwide has been increasingly dominated by modernist precepts and by urban decisions made in discipline-specific ’silos’. The urban management consequences have been invariably negative, with increasing sprawl, fragmentation and separation resulting in a wide range of environmental, social and economic problems. This book explores the role of movement in a more integrated approach to urban settlement, and how thinking, policies and actions need to change. South Africa is used as a particularly good case study, since patterns of sprawl, fragmentation and separation have been exacerbated by apartheid, while recent legislation has demanded a reversal of these tendencies.

Urban Drainage by J. Bryan Ellis

Title Urban Drainage
Author J. Bryan Ellis
Publisher IWA Publishing
Release 2004
Category Science
Total Pages 528
ISBN 190022206X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Urban Drainage: a multilingual glossary provides d

Title Transport Logistic Glossary
Author MAIER Sorin
Publisher maier sorin
Release 2017-01-01
Category
Total Pages 921
ISBN 9730070148
Language English, Spanish, and French
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I made the Transport & Logistic Glossary aprox. 33.000 terms, as author with this fund, contributions and sponsorship I intend to build a libraries for transporters and students. Transport & Logistic Glossary creates highly targeted content geared to globally fleet owners and transport owner operator associations which have a different products, career opportunities and marketing strategies in the same industries as is all type of transportation. The Transport & Logistic Glossary is a glossary of transportation, rail, shipping, aero, road, intermodal, containers, fleet management, warehousing, materials handling, hazardous materials, related manufacturing and supply chain management professional, global logistics from raw materials through production to the customer, international trade terms and definitions and standardized international terms of purchase / sale. The Transport & Logistic Glossary is a research types of professional industry experts material which are in the public domain included here for educational and course pack purposes for worldwide transport & logistics associations / organizations The Transport & Logistic Glossary includes all terminology, acronyms and terms used by experienced and professionals that are involved in supply chain management professional, logistics, warehousing, all transportation type, rail, shipping, aero, road and manufacturing, The Transport & Logistic Glossary help power global operations that is a integrated tool with key logistics and compliance processes for successful companies in the world in the science of planning, organizing and managing activities that provide goods or services. The Transport & Logistic Glossary contain, classify and compare 33.000 acronyms and terms with alternative is an invaluable tool to make better trade strategy decisions, faster, allow logistics providers to manage the spiraling costs associated with shipping by sea and airfreight.

Title Urban Pest Management in Australia
Author John Gerozisis
Publisher UNSW Press
Release 2008
Category Social Science
Total Pages 326
ISBN 9780868408941
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"The first comprehensive layperson's guide to explain the latest termite detection and treatment techniques. In plain English the book tells homeowners what to look out for and how wood-eating pests are best prevented or treated. Importantly, it also explains exactly when you need a technician, what you can expect from them and how to understand and evaluate their quote or proposal."--Provided by publisher.

Title An Indonesian English Dictionary
Author John M. Echols
Publisher Cornell University Press
Release 1989
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 618
ISBN 9780801421273
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This dictionary is meant primarily as a tool for English speakers who need to know Indonesian and who deal with Indonesian writings. The aim has thus been to give comprehensive coverage to forms a foreigner might run across in Indonesian readings, from this era or from the past, but excluding classical Malay literature, Much of the Indonesian written production (written and otherwise) contains slangy, colloquial, and regional forms, and we have not excluded such forms. On the other hand we have confined the listing of dialectical forms only to those likely to be widely known...The dictionary should also be useful to Indonesians who wish to learn English equivalents of Indonesian words, but it has not been developed primarily for that purpose, because many English words can only be defined by a sequence of Indonesian words." from Introduction.

Title Glossary of Terms in Crop Production
Author S. Ramamoorthy
Publisher Scientific Publishers
Release 2004-05-01
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9387913694
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Agronomy deals with the principles and practices of crop production and soil management. In its broader sense, it includes crop ecology, crop production, crop nutrition, soil fertility, water management, weed control, seed technology etc. To be a good agronomist, one needs to have a sound knowledge of all these agronomic aspects as also some related aspects from other sciences. The task of selecting the terms to be included in any branch of science offers many difficulties particularly in Agronomy, which draws upon from several diverse fields of agriculture. How far, it is advisable to include terms from those over lapping science which lie on the borderland is a question on which no two people might think alike. A compilation of available information has been a felt need of students, teachers, research workers and administrators in Agronomy. This book makes an attempt to present the available information on Agronomy in an easily understandable manner. It would be useful not only to graduate and post graduate students and those appearing in the competitive examinations, but also to the teachers and researchers of the Agricultural Universities / research organizations.

Urban Geology by Peter Huggenberger

Title Urban Geology
Author Peter Huggenberger
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release 2011-09-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 216
ISBN 9783034801850
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Urban subsurface resources and particularly urban groundwater are vulnerable to environmental impacts, and their rational management is of major importance. In this book a multidisciplinary team of specialists and scientists presents innovative process-oriented approaches to the sustainable use of these resources. The included case studies from northwestern Switzerland describe representative environments and are relevant for urban areas in general. They illustrate the protection of groundwater; river restoration; engineering and hydrogeological questions related to urban infrastructure and management concepts; as well as monitoring, modeling and remediation strategies for contaminated sites; problems caused by karst in urban environments; the use of shallow geothermal energy; and natural hazards such as flood events and earthquakes. It is demonstrated that modern quantitative earth sciences can contribute significantly in finding solutions concerning the sustainable use of subsurface resources in urban environments. The book is an invaluable source of information for hydrogeologists, geologists, urban planners, water supply engineers, and environmental agencies.

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