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Gallery: 2016

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Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Green Belt, Grey Belt? Non-zoned approaches to landscape evaluation and management in Hong Kong. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Modelling nuanced scenarios and design responses to China's national environmental programmes. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The Phylogeography of Environmental Ethics: Regional landscape planning for China's decommissioning zoos. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
By CHAN Howe Halley, 2016.
By CHAN Howe Halley, 2016.
By CHAN Howe Halley, 2016.
By CHAN Howe Halley, 2016.
By CHOW Sushakri Patrick, 2016.
By CHOW Sushakri Patrick, 2016.
By HU Yiqian Ivy, 2016.
By HU Yiqian Ivy, 2016.
By NG Chi Wai Wiley, 2016.
By NG Chi Wai Wiley, 2016.
By NG Chi Wai Wiley, 2016.
By NG Chi Wai Wiley, 2016.
By WONG Hiu Yan Monique, 2016.
By WONG Hiu Yan Monique, 2016.
By WONG Hiu Yan Monique, 2016.
By WONG Hiu Yan Monique, 2016.
By WONG Hoo Ming Jeffrey, 2016.
By WONG Hoo Ming Jeffrey, 2016.
By WONG Hoo Ming Jeffrey, 2016.
By WONG Hoo Ming Jeffrey, 2016.
By ZHANG Shaoyin Shawn, 2016.
By ZHANG Shaoyin Shawn, 2016.
By ZHANG Wenli Wendy, 2016.
By ZHANG Wenli Wendy, 2016.
By CHEN Xubin Aristo, 2016.
By CHEN Xubin Aristo, 2016.
By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:500 model. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
1:2500 plan showing vegetation cover distribution at 2000 and 2012. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
1:2500 plan showing vegetation cover distribution at 2000 and 2012. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
Section series showing vegetation cover distribution at 2000 and 2012 around Aberdeen Country Park and South Island Line tunnel construction area. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
Section series showing vegetation cover distribution at 2000 and 2012 around Aberdeen Country Park and South Island Line tunnel construction area. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Site sections for Tai Po development sites, Area 9 and Area 10. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Site sections for Tai Po development sites, Area 9 and Area 10. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model detail. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:2500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:500 model. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Site drawings for Tai Po Area 9 and Area 10. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Site drawings for Tai Po Area 9 and Area 10. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
1:500 model. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
1:500 model. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
By CHUNG Kwan Yu Lillian, 2016.
By CHUNG Kwan Yu Lillian, 2016.
By MAK Sui Hin Jack, 2016.
By MAK Sui Hin Jack, 2016.
By ZOU Wenyao May, 2016.
By ZOU Wenyao May, 2016.
By WONG Oi Ling Ellena, 2016.
By WONG Oi Ling Ellena, 2016.
By WONG Oi Ling Ellena, 2016.
By WONG Oi Ling Ellena, 2016.
Oil palm plantations on unsuitable slopes in southern Myanmar. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Oil palm plantations on unsuitable slopes in southern Myanmar. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
HKU students observing the Myanmar Stark Prestige Plantation (MSPP) east of Myeik city, Tanintharyi, Myanmar. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
HKU students observing the Myanmar Stark Prestige Plantation (MSPP) east of Myeik city, Tanintharyi, Myanmar. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
MSPP oil palm plantation in Tanintharyi District, 2016.
MSPP oil palm plantation in Tanintharyi District, 2016.
Oil palm and rubber plantations in Myeik District. By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
Oil palm and rubber plantations in Myeik District. By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
HKU students at WWF office in Yangon. By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
HKU students at WWF office in Yangon. By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By FONG Hei Yi, 2016.
By FONG Hei Yi, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LI Hiu Lam, 2016.
By LI Hiu Lam, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LIN Zhiqi, 2016.
By LIN Zhiqi, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By LUI Ka Yi, 2016.
By LUI Ka Yi, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LUI Ka Yi, 2016.
By LUI Ka Yi, 2016.
By CHAN Yeuk Nam, 2016.
By CHAN Yeuk Nam, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By AU YOUNG Chung Yan, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Dorothy Tang, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By YUEN Ho Shun, 2016.
By YUEN Ho Shun, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
By LAM Wing Yan, 2016.
From Ethnic to Wildlife Conflict: Ecological corridors and refugee repatriation on the upper Tanintharyi River. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
From Ethnic to Wildlife Conflict: Ecological corridors and refugee repatriation on the upper Tanintharyi River. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
From Ethnic to Wildlife Conflict: Ecological corridors and refugee repatriation on the upper Tanintharyi River. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
From Ethnic to Wildlife Conflict: Ecological corridors and refugee repatriation on the upper Tanintharyi River. By CHU Lok Yan Minnie, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Max-capacity Landscapes: Village intensification, integration, and capacity-building for returning refugees on the Thai-Myanmar border. By HO Pik Lam Theodora, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Programming the Forest: Non-zoned approaches to customary rights in Tanintharyi Nature Reserve. By KHOO Ting Fung Natalie, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Amplified Industrial Terrain: Micro-scale and anticipatory approaches to incremental planning of Dawei SEZ. By NG Lai Ching Daisy, 2016.
Extraction Untamed: Alternative environmental management strategies for Thai investment in Heinda tin mine. By TSOI King Yan Ingrid, 2016.
Extraction Untamed: Alternative environmental management strategies for Thai investment in Heinda tin mine. By TSOI King Yan Ingrid, 2016.
Extraction Untamed: Alternative environmental management strategies for Thai investment in Heinda tin mine. By TSOI King Yan Ingrid, 2016.
Extraction Untamed: Alternative environmental management strategies for Thai investment in Heinda tin mine. By TSOI King Yan Ingrid, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
SEZ Occupied: Landscapes, compensation, and anticipating development through Village Priority Action Areas. By WANG Junwen David, 2016.
Engineered Land Rights: Compensation, displacement and alternative impact scopes for the Dawei Road Link. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Engineered Land Rights: Compensation, displacement and alternative impact scopes for the Dawei Road Link. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Engineered Land Rights: Compensation, displacement and alternative impact scopes for the Dawei Road Link. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Engineered Land Rights: Compensation, displacement and alternative impact scopes for the Dawei Road Link. By ZHANG Tongtong Sherly, 2016.
Case study site visit to petrochemical estate, Map Ta Phut, Thailand. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Case study site visit to petrochemical estate, Map Ta Phut, Thailand. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Students meeting with Michaunglaung village to discuss TNRP Corporate Social Responsibility program. By Maxime Decaudin, 2016.
Students meeting with Michaunglaung village to discuss TNRP Corporate Social Responsibility program. By Maxime Decaudin, 2016.
Three reports highlight 1) ecosystem services and environmental regulation, 2) wildlife crossings modelling, and 3) design guidelines for sustainable road construction with wildlife mitigation. A collaboration with WWF, these were generated rapidly over 10 months due to imminent threats of construction, 2016.
Three reports highlight 1) ecosystem services and environmental regulation, 2) wildlife crossings modelling, and 3) design guidelines for sustainable road construction with wildlife mitigation. A collaboration with WWF, these were generated rapidly over 10 months due to imminent threats of construction, 2016.
Fabricating Site. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating Site. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Rerouting Conservation: Strategic landscape planning for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts and reconnecting wildlife habitats. By LI Man Hei Bernice, 2016.
Soil Metrics: Systematizing scopes of infrastructural design and landscape management for Nepal's Mid-Hills. By GAN Zixuan Alvin, 2016.
Soil Metrics: Systematizing scopes of infrastructural design and landscape management for Nepal's Mid-Hills. By GAN Zixuan Alvin, 2016.
Soil Metrics: Systematizing scopes of infrastructural design and landscape management for Nepal's Mid-Hills. By GAN Zixuan Alvin, 2016.
Soil Metrics: Systematizing scopes of infrastructural design and landscape management for Nepal's Mid-Hills. By GAN Zixuan Alvin, 2016.
Himalayan Droughtscapes: Water resource equity strategies for drying springs along Nepal's Mid-Hills Highway. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Himalayan Droughtscapes: Water resource equity strategies for drying springs along Nepal's Mid-Hills Highway. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Designing infrastructural scope: Iterative landscape planning and scope-setting for Nepal's Trishuli Hydropower projects. By LI Zenming Patton, 2016.
Designing infrastructural scope: Iterative landscape planning and scope-setting for Nepal's Trishuli Hydropower projects. By LI Zenming Patton, 2016.
The GLOF Gabion vs. Climate Change: Strategies for road building and ecological connectivity in the Annapurna Conservation Area. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
The GLOF Gabion vs. Climate Change: Strategies for road building and ecological connectivity in the Annapurna Conservation Area. By OU Kaiyun Ivanka, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Tanahu Hydropower Project Retrofit: Forestry and aquaculture through EIA critique. By WONG Yee Fung Yves, 2016.
Redefining "low-impact": Edge effects, fragmentation, and land change along transmission corridors in the Annapurna Conservation Area. By ZHENG Zhicheng Edward, 2016.
Redefining "low-impact": Edge effects, fragmentation, and land change along transmission corridors in the Annapurna Conservation Area. By ZHENG Zhicheng Edward, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Fabricating site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain and wildlife corridor. By ZHUANG Zikai, 2016.
Student research and field photos exhibited at studio final review, 2016.
Student research and field photos exhibited at studio final review, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain. Project by Zikai Zhang, 2016.
Fabricating Site: Nuanced scenario modelling and infrastructural strategies for Karnali River floodplain. Project by Zikai Zhang, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Chitwan National Park. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Chitwan National Park. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Kerunga Community Forest User Group, Chitwan Buffer Zone. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Kerunga Community Forest User Group, Chitwan Buffer Zone. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Meeting with Worldwide Fund for Nature, WWF-Nepal. By ZHENG Zhicheng, 2016.
Meeting with Worldwide Fund for Nature, WWF-Nepal. By ZHENG Zhicheng, 2016.
Meeting with Professor Bharat Sharma, Tribhuvan University. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Meeting with Professor Bharat Sharma, Tribhuvan University. By LAU Kin Yip Ken, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Discussion of Chitwan's legacy of ecotourism and community forestry at Kasara Resort. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Discussion of Chitwan's legacy of ecotourism and community forestry at Kasara Resort. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Rhinoceros in Chitwan National Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Rhinoceros in Chitwan National Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Rhinoceros in Chitwan National Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Rhinoceros in Chitwan National Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Road upgrades in Tikauli Jungle, Chitwan National Park Buffer Zone. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Road upgrades in Tikauli Jungle, Chitwan National Park Buffer Zone. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Narayanghat-Mugling Highway. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Taragaon Museum, designed by Carl Pruscha in 1970. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Taragaon Museum, designed by Carl Pruscha in 1970. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Workshop on the Koshi-Tappu corridor at Taragaon Museum. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Workshop on the Koshi-Tappu corridor at Taragaon Museum. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Meeting with International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Meeting with International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), Godavari Knowledge Park. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Meeting with Worldwide Fund for Nature, WWF-Nepal. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Meeting with Worldwide Fund for Nature, WWF-Nepal. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Workshop on the Koshi-Tappu corridor at Taragaon Museum. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
Workshop on the Koshi-Tappu corridor at Taragaon Museum. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2016.
The Dawei Road Link, a planned 138-kilometer highway linking Bangkok to a 260-square-kilometer SEZ in Myanmar, bisects regional ecological corridors. This map shows the design team’s intervention sites used to convey landscape impacts, predict wildlife crossings, and test design strategies, 2016.
The Dawei Road Link, a planned 138-kilometer highway linking Bangkok to a 260-square-kilometer SEZ in Myanmar, bisects regional ecological corridors. This map shows the design team’s intervention sites used to convey landscape impacts, predict wildlife crossings, and test design strategies, 2016.
Advocating design as integral to upstream planning, especially without public EIAs and scarce environmental data, we developed tools, including semi-automated design scenarios and optimization algorithms for wildlife prediction, to fill in planning knowledge and data gaps, 2016.
Advocating design as integral to upstream planning, especially without public EIAs and scarce environmental data, we developed tools, including semi-automated design scenarios and optimization algorithms for wildlife prediction, to fill in planning knowledge and data gaps, 2016.
Wildlife movement corridors were predicted based on likely reactions to forest cover, slope, ridges, streams, roads, and settlement. Nine critical species were tested using these inputs by an interdisciplinary team of experts from WWF, Smithsonian, FFI, WCS, and HKU, 2016.
Wildlife movement corridors were predicted based on likely reactions to forest cover, slope, ridges, streams, roads, and settlement. Nine critical species were tested using these inputs by an interdisciplinary team of experts from WWF, Smithsonian, FFI, WCS, and HKU, 2016.
Multi-species corridor models, a current challenge in landscape ecology, were optimized by the design team based on eight principles, including: maximizing species movement rates, minimum number of crossing per species, distance between crossings, cold spot reduction, and corridor continuity, 2016.
Multi-species corridor models, a current challenge in landscape ecology, were optimized by the design team based on eight principles, including: maximizing species movement rates, minimum number of crossing per species, distance between crossings, cold spot reduction, and corridor continuity, 2016.
Twelve wildlife crossing segments (not points), flexible enough to take into account local cost engineering and mitigation measures outlined in the accompanying Design Manual, were identified by the design team, 2016.
Twelve wildlife crossing segments (not points), flexible enough to take into account local cost engineering and mitigation measures outlined in the accompanying Design Manual, were identified by the design team, 2016.
3D-printed landscape models, used in developer and government stakeholder meetings, contrast three design scenarios for a single site, including: 1) Developer’s likely alignment and construction; 2) Upgrade of access road; and 3) Bioengineering and wildlife mitigation. Printed with plant-derived plastics, 2016.
3D-printed landscape models, used in developer and government stakeholder meetings, contrast three design scenarios for a single site, including: 1) Developer’s likely alignment and construction; 2) Upgrade of access road; and 3) Bioengineering and wildlife mitigation. Printed with plant-derived plastics, 2016.
3D-printed design scenario models, 2016.
3D-printed design scenario models, 2016.
The Design Manual compiles detailed profiles of 20 threatened or endemic species typical of the project area, including critical behavioral aspects and dimensions necessary for infrastructure and mitigation design along the length of the Dawei Road Link, 2016.
The Design Manual compiles detailed profiles of 20 threatened or endemic species typical of the project area, including critical behavioral aspects and dimensions necessary for infrastructure and mitigation design along the length of the Dawei Road Link, 2016.
Bio-engineering technologies, principally for erosion control of tropical mountainous roads, are scoped for their additional potential to create micro-habitat, minimize degraded forest edges, and involve local communities in landscape maintenance, 2016.
Bio-engineering technologies, principally for erosion control of tropical mountainous roads, are scoped for their additional potential to create micro-habitat, minimize degraded forest edges, and involve local communities in landscape maintenance, 2016.
Three prototypical sites are designed, with three scenarios each, to contrast the cost-centric engineering choices with low-impact landscape strategies. The recommended scenario shows the importance of design upstream in the planning process to minimize expensive late-stage mitigation, maintenance and monitoring, 2016.
Three prototypical sites are designed, with three scenarios each, to contrast the cost-centric engineering choices with low-impact landscape strategies. The recommended scenario shows the importance of design upstream in the planning process to minimize expensive late-stage mitigation, maintenance and monitoring, 2016.
Test sites for design experimentation combined low-resolution global data with additional inputs including designed wildlife mitigation features, automated engineering cut and fill calculations, and land cover enhancement, 2016.
Test sites for design experimentation combined low-resolution global data with additional inputs including designed wildlife mitigation features, automated engineering cut and fill calculations, and land cover enhancement, 2016.
3D-printed design scenario models, 2016.
3D-printed design scenario models, 2016.