1 edition of Urban Geology found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Peter Huggenberger, Jannis Epting|
|Contributions||Epting, Jannis, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|ISBN 10||9783034801843, 9783034801850|
The chapters weave history, geology, and architecture to provide a new way to look at the urban landscape. Finalist for Washington State Book Award in Non-Fiction. I am honored that the UW Press reprinted Stories in Stone in Seattle Street-Smart Naturalist – A dozen essays address the geology, plants, and animals of Seattle. #UrbanGeology. #LondonPavementGeology. Follow @R_Siddall.
"The book, Urban Geology, gives a consolidated view of process-oriented concepts for adaptive and integrated resource management of urban environments. It is internally very well organized and places the scientific questions, methods, concepts and case studies in a multilateral relationship. Stories in stone: travels through urban geology. New York: Walker. Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide) Williams, David B. Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology. New York: Walker. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Williams, David B, Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology.
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Are you an author. Cited by: 5. Urban Geology Page Content In urban areas, human activities over time alter natural soil and rock chemical and physical properties through the addition of chemical contaminants, landfilling and disturbance through excavation, sealing and landscaping. Williams, David B.
STORIES IN STONE: Travels Through Urban Geology. New York: Walker & Company, For anyone interested in deepening their experience of cities, Urban Geology book beneath the skins of urban architecture, or learning more about the how these skins were formed and came to be used in cities, I recommend the book, STORIES IN STONE: Travels Through Urban Geology.
The ten /5. “The book, Urban Geology, gives a consolidated view of process-oriented concepts for adaptive and integrated resource management of urban environments. It is internally very well organized and places the scientific questions, methods, concepts and case studies in a multilateral relationship.
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Urban subsurface resources and particularly urban groundwater are vulnerable to environmental impacts, and their rationa Brand: Springer Basel. Urban Geology of Canadian Cities will be of interest to geotechnical engineers, urban and Quaternary geologists, engineers and environmental consultants, municipal engineers, educators, students, the insurance industry, and the general : Paul Frederick Karrow.
The book opened eyes to the diversity of earth science linkages within the urban environment and was coincident with the first concerted efforts in urban geology on a national scale in the United States.
Urban Geomorphology: Landforms and Processes in Cities addresses the human impacts on landscapes through occupation (urbanization) and development as a contribution to anthropogenic geomorphology or "anthropogeomorphology." This includes a focus on land clearance, conservation issues, pollution, decay and erosion, urban climate, and anthropogenic climate change.
The book is an invaluable source of information for hydrogeologists, geologists, urban planners, water supply engineers, and environmental agencies. Keywords geology hydrogeology sustainable development urban planning urban resources water supply. Creative work, in geology and anywhere else, is interaction and synthesis: half-baked ideas from a bar room, rocks in the field, chains of thought from lonely walks, numbers squeezed from rocks in a laboratory, numbers from a calculator riveted to a desk, fancy equipment usually malfunctioning on expensive ships, cheap equipment in the human.
The following books are a sample of our library books and ebooks on the subject of environmental and urban geology. For more books and ebooks please search the Online Library Catalog or ask a librarian for : Brian Ryckman. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Urban Watersheds, Geology, Contamination, Environmental Regulations, and Sustainability, Second Edition presents more than 30 years of research and professional practice on urban watersheds from the fields of environmental geology, geochemistry, risk analysis, hydrology, and urban planning.
The geological. Urban geology began to develop in the s, particularly in California in relation to land-use planning, and led to Robert Legget publishing his seminal book "Cities and geology" in The book presents over 20 years of research and professional practice on urban watersheds from the fields of environmental geology, geochemistry, risk analysis, hydrology, and urban planning.
The geological characteristics of urbanized watersheds along with the properties of their common contaminants are integrated to assess risk factors for.
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This book is one out of 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes, and deals with the theme of urban geology. Along with a rapidly growing world population, the wave of urban growth continues, causing cities to swell and new metropolitan centers to emerge.
These global trends also open new ventures for. The topic of urban geology emerged roughly in the mids with growing concern about the impact of urban sprawl on the environment. Urban geology, as defined in the Glossary of this book, clearly states that as a branch of geology, urban geology provides information required.
Urban geology is the study of the inorganic components of cities and of Earth surface processes in their environs. Although drawing upon geomorphology, engineering geology, environmental geology, economic geology and hydrogeology, urban geology is not simply an amalgam of these fields: cities are complex systems composed of environmental and social subsystems.Presented in reverse geological chronology with trips exploring modern process at the beginning of the book and older strata at the back, the trips move from a look at urban geology in the Metropolitan area to glaciomarine drift in the Fraser Lowland all the way to Tertiary stratigraphy in the eastern flank of the Cascade Range.The book, altogether, is truly brilliant — as idea, and execution.” ~ William Wallace Barbara Murphy Bryant Distinguished Professor of Art History Washington University “Stone buildings are symbols of urban denaturation, but in this engaging popgeology excavation, Williams sees them as .