Gallery: Drawings

Gallery: Drawings

Select tags to filter media results:

There are 100 results:

Slide: Expanding the scope of landscape assessment. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Expanding the scope of landscape assessment. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Expanding the scope of wildlife assessment. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Expanding the scope of wildlife assessment. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Background research for History of the Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Background research for History of the Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Alignments and ESIA consistency. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Alignments and ESIA consistency. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Construction activity and satellite image availability. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Construction activity and satellite image availability. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Construction activity and satellite image availability. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: Construction activity and satellite image availability. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: What is a "project"? Does the Dawei road link "exist"?. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Slide: What is a "project"? Does the Dawei road link "exist"?. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Design Review: Counter-assessment of impacts for the Dawei Road Link, 1995-2018 (Report), 2019.
Design Review: Counter-assessment of impacts for the Dawei Road Link, 1995-2018 (Report), 2019.
Planned linear infrastructure projects bisecting a globally important ecological corridor. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Planned linear infrastructure projects bisecting a globally important ecological corridor. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Sample from Atlas of planning, construction and impact (1997-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Sample from Atlas of planning, construction and impact (1997-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Atlas of planning, construction and impact (1997-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Atlas of planning, construction and impact (1997-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
ITD Dawei access road new construction and widening activity summary from 2010-2014. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
ITD Dawei access road new construction and widening activity summary from 2010-2014. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Timeline of EIA, construction and reconstruction. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Timeline of EIA, construction and reconstruction. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Construction progress of the Dawei road link access road and 4-lane highway (2010-2014). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Construction progress of the Dawei road link access road and 4-lane highway (2010-2014). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Expanding the scope of landscape assessment (2001-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Expanding the scope of landscape assessment (2001-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Comprehensive timeline of the Dawei road link (1995-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Comprehensive timeline of the Dawei road link (1995-2018). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Land cover classification methods comparison. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Land cover classification methods comparison. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Wildlife survey methods comparison. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Wildlife survey methods comparison. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Discrepancies in station point technical documentation. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Discrepancies in station point technical documentation. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Three planned alignments for the Dawei road link between Ah Moe and Kha Ta Ra Khee villages. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Three planned alignments for the Dawei road link between Ah Moe and Kha Ta Ra Khee villages. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Example map of discrepancies between planned roads, construction impact, and plot boundaries marked for compensation. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Example map of discrepancies between planned roads, construction impact, and plot boundaries marked for compensation. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Construction photos from ITD work progress reports (2011-2013). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Construction photos from ITD work progress reports (2011-2013). By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Available resolutions of satellite imagery near the Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Available resolutions of satellite imagery near the Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Availability and quality of satellite imagery along Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Availability and quality of satellite imagery along Dawei road link. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2019.
Nature in peril: The risk to forests and wildlife from the Dawei-Htee Khee Road, 2019.
Nature in peril: The risk to forests and wildlife from the Dawei-Htee Khee Road, 2019.
Map including student project locations, Green Belt conversions, and conservation agreement sites. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2017.
Map including student project locations, Green Belt conversions, and conservation agreement sites. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2017.
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI, obtained summer 2016) for 40 sites in Hong Kong converted from Green Belt (GB) to Residential (R) between 2010-2015. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2017.
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI, obtained summer 2016) for 40 sites in Hong Kong converted from Green Belt (GB) to Residential (R) between 2010-2015. By Ashley Scott Kelly, 2017.
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.
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.
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.
Site-specific vignettes show the impacts of road construction and dependency of road sustainability on ecosystem services. These include erosion control, landslide prevention, habitat fragmentation, disturbance, and loss, flood regulation, air quality, and secondary impacts of land use change and development, 2015.
Site-specific vignettes show the impacts of road construction and dependency of road sustainability on ecosystem services. These include erosion control, landslide prevention, habitat fragmentation, disturbance, and loss, flood regulation, air quality, and secondary impacts of land use change and development, 2015.
Long-isolated due to six decades of civil war, this region now faces pressure from domestic and transnational development, weak land rights, and large-scale resource exploitation. This map, published online by the design team, compiles contradictory planning knowledge and facilitates dialogue, 2015.
Long-isolated due to six decades of civil war, this region now faces pressure from domestic and transnational development, weak land rights, and large-scale resource exploitation. This map, published online by the design team, compiles contradictory planning knowledge and facilitates dialogue, 2015.
Map of student project sites, 2014.
Map of student project sites, 2014.
Study area context and scale.
Study area context and scale.
Derived digital elevation model.
Derived digital elevation model.
Interpolation categories.
Interpolation categories.
Building Construction Year.
Building Construction Year.
Roadbed interpolation.
Roadbed interpolation.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Section with comparison to the PWDs 1982 Mid-levels Study.
Global threatened biodiversity areas categorized by the IUCN, CI and WWF.
Global threatened biodiversity areas categorized by the IUCN, CI and WWF.
China-Peru timber trade.
China-Peru timber trade.
Global forest carbon projects by project area.
Global forest carbon projects by project area.
Hong Kong Ground installed at HKU
Diagram of Hong Kong Green Belt government-proposed housing sites
Potential lots outside statutory planning controls.
Potential lots outside statutory planning controls.
Hong Kong Trade in Endangered Species 2015.
Hong Kong Trade in Endangered Species 2015.
2010 China Tropical Timber Trade in Rough and Sawn Wood.
2010 China Tropical Timber Trade in Rough and Sawn Wood.
Global Biodiversity Regions, as declared by Conservation International, World Wide Fund for Nature, and International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Global Biodiversity Regions, as declared by Conservation International, World Wide Fund for Nature, and International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Global Distribution of REDD+ (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Programs), 2012.
Global Distribution of REDD+ (Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Programs), 2012.
Landscape planning game uses one of HK Development Bureau's planned housing development sites.
Landscape planning game uses one of HK Development Bureau's planned housing development sites.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Game participants consider landscape character, vegetation and species richness, land cover, zoning, land vacancy, and features such as landslide risk and slope maintenance.
Hong Kong Ground installed at the University of Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Ground installed at the University of Hong Kong.