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LIBROS >> Ingeniería y Arquitectura >> Arquitectura
I International Research Seminar in Urban Processes and Natural Morphologies. 7-8 September 2017, Donostia - San Sebastián, Spain
González Bereziartua, Madalen; Aseguinolaza Braga, Izaskun (eds.)
.9788490827857
Materia: Urbanismo
Páginas: 216
Fecha de edición: 2017
ISBN/ISSN: 978-84-9082-785-7
Idioma: Inglés; Castellano; Euskara
Tipo de edición: Digital (pdf)

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Research papers:

I. Urbanism and landscape in mountainous areas:

- Landscape structures in the Alpine Rhine Valley. Their significance and contribution to the qualification of urban sprawl (Catarina Proidl).
- Charbon, mon amour. Extraction urbanism in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming (Angelos Siampakoulis).

II. Urban fringe landscapes:

- Open spaces in between. Niches and borders of Istanbul (Alexandra Bauer).
- Planning uncertainty. Urban fringe as resilience strategy (Ula Iruretagoiena Busturia).
- Modeling extraction of impervious surfaces from Landsat images in data scarce urban areas of Ghana (Joel Kofi Asiedu & Mengistie Kindu).
- Landscape design in the urban fringe of Huesca. The polygon 24-II )Elena Lacilla Larrodé).
- Cultivating gardens in the city borders of Santiago. Urban greenery proposals for expansion of the city (1909) and for times of crisis (1935) (Magdalena Undurraga).

III. Methodologies and tools for regional planning:

- Pre-participation. Claiming ones’ right to the city (Luisa Alpalhâo).
- A structural evaluation of urban topography. Pure landscape, architecture and infrastructure: Istanbul Case (Yasemin Küblú).
- Recent landscape transformations in Oviedo region (Ícaro Obeso Muñiz).
- A pattern landscape. Revising the spatial scope in regional planning according to natural morphologies (Juan Ramón Selva Royo & Javier Zulategui Beñarán).
- Urban ecosystem services assessment for urban and regional planning. A methodological framework for Madrid City (Marta Suárez & David Alba).
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