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2011 Student Sustainability Symposium Posters  [18]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/117260

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Climate Tracking: Applications of a Novel Technique to Sustainability

Barnes, Richard; Lehman, Clarence; Williams, Shelby; Frelich, Lee (2012-07-24)
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Perceptions of Density in the Residential Built Environment

Lilli, Erin (2012-02-27)
Density, as a concept and metric, is widely used to describe the built environment; however, this complex topic deserves further attention because it is inadequate at describing physical and spatial relationships. In the ...

Does sustainable school design matter?

Turner, Elizabeth (2012-02-27)
There is a growing trend toward building “green schools” which promote the environmental, but also economic and social, sustainability of the communities they support through design strategies such as green roofs and ...

Sinking MASS: Sustainable Water Use Practices for a City Plagued by Sinkholes

McGinley, Laurie (2011)
Sinkholes in MASS are caused by five factors • Population growth: MASS experienced an unexpected surge in population around their civil war from 1980-1992 • Tierra blanca joven (TBJ): MASS is built on 50cm - 50m of fine, ...

BIRD COLLISIONS ON CAMPUS

Beard, Stephanie A. (2011)
Hundreds of millions of birds die each year in the United States as a result of collisions with plate-glass. It is estimated to be the largest source of avian mortality associated with humans. As our population continues ...

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