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Design For Flooding

Author : Donald Watson
ISBN : 0470890029
Genre : Architecture
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“Design for Flooding contains considerable useful information for practitioners and students. Watson and Adams fill the void for new thinking…and they advance our ability to create more sustainable, regenerative, and resilient places.” —Landscape Architecture Magazine
Category: Architecture

Design For Flooding

Author : Donald Watson
ISBN : 9780470890004
Genre : Architecture
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Design For Flooding

Author : Donald Watson
ISBN : 0470475641
Genre : Architecture
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“Design for Flooding contains considerable useful information for practitioners and students. Watson and Adams fill the void for new thinking…and they advance our ability to create more sustainable, regenerative, and resilient places.” —Landscape Architecture Magazine
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Mississippi Floods

Author : Anuradha Mathur
ISBN : 9780300084306
Genre : Architecture
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"Each time the waters of the mighty Mississippi River overflow their banks, questions arise anew about the battle between "man" and "river". How can we prevent floods and the damage they inflict while maintaining navigational potential and protecting the river's ecology?" "The design of the Mississippi and how it should proceed has long been a subject of controversy. What is missing from the discussion, say the authors of this book, is an understanding of the representations of the Mississippi River. Landscape architect Anuradha Mathur and architect/planner Dilip da Cunha draw together an array of perspectives on the river and show how these different images have played a role in the process of designing and containing the river landscape. Analyzing maps, hydrographs, working models, drawings, photographs, government and media reports, painting, and even folklore, Mathur and da Cunha consider what these representations of the river portray, what they leave out, and why that might be. With original silk screen prints and a selection of maps, the book joins historic, scientific, engineering, and natural views of the river to create an entirely new portrait of the great Mississippi."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Water Index

Author : Seth McDowell
ISBN : 1940291402
Genre : Architecture
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A book that highlights critical design projects from around the world that radically engage the fragile issues of drought, flooding, and contamination, revealing opportunistic, adaptive design strategies in response to the mounting global crisis.
Category: Architecture

Flood Control And Drainage Engineering

Author : S.N. Ghosh
ISBN : 9061914817
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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A survey of the problems encountered in flood control and drainage engineering. Among the topics studied are: estimation of design flood; flood routing through reservoirs and channels; design of spillways; and flood mitigation through planning of reservoir capacities and operation of reservoirs.
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Carbon Dioxide Flooding

Author : Mark A. Klins
ISBN : UOM:39015006415528
Genre : Science
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