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Capstone 2009

Berrios, Miguel

Redefining the roles of natural systems in urban life. An innovative and holistic approach to storm water management, urban forestry, and the creation of green space. Developing green infrastructure as urban public works and urban design. Cerro Bellavista,Valparaiso, Chile

Cahill. Shirah

The complex dynamic of people and protected areas examining the role of design as a vehicle for successful collaboration

Komm, Michael

The Digital Landscape: A 3D Process for a 3D World

Longacker, Andrew

Determining the Feasibility of Community Based Renewable Energy Technologies Using Spatial Analysis

Lyons, Jessi

Expanding the West Newell Street and Syracuse Community Gardens

Onody, Nicholas

Bethlehem steel park : Timescape

Shisler, Alexander

The Implementation of Sustainable Storm water Management in a Syracuse, NY Neighborhood Impacted by Combined Sewer Overflows

Stockmann, Melinda

Transforming Imperviousness: A Design Retrofit for a Large Format Retail and Entertainment Complex In downtown Port Chester Westchester County, New York

Ta, Au

Buffering climate change from agriculture: mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from dairy farming through agroforestry and anaerobic digestion


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