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LANDSCAPE AS A NETWORKED ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM: THE ROLE OF DATA AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN RETHINKING SITE REMEDIATION
Ghandi, M.
Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture 2:174-189(2017)

This paper examines the use of data-driven and parametric processes in designing adaptive networked ecological systems as presented and illustrated in two case studies: one of brownfields in the San Francisco bay area and the other of mining sites in Latrobe, Australia. Both areas are derelict lands laid waste in the wake of earlier eras of industrialization. The two projects illuminate several areas in which landscape design can be successfully supplemented by contemporary data systems that provide rapid, simulation-based feedback and impact analyses. https://cloudfront.ualberta.ca/-/media/ales/departments/resource-economics-environmental-sociology/seminars-and-lectures/documents/beckett-caitlynn-lindsay-february-1.pdf



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