Landscape Architecture: Urban Water Issues (Fall 2010, UC Davis) by Loren Oki

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source: UC Davis Academics    2014年10月26日
In UC Davis course LDA190, Loren Oki, associate specialist in Cooperative Extension, in the Department of Plant Sciences hosts the fall 2010 Landscape Architecture brownbag seminar on sustainable development. A number of speakers will address challenges and solutions to urban water issues.

Introduction to Urban Water Uses: Lecture 01--Loren Oki, an associate specialist in Cooperative Extension with a concurrent appointment in Landscape Architecture, gives the introduction to the fall brown-bag class. He talks about upcoming speakers, class expectations and goes over general issues in urban water use in the region.  47:28
Slowing the Flow 45:42
Impacts of Development on Fish Habitat 49:13
Future Growth and Land Use Change 50:19
A Contractor's Perspective on Sustainable Landscape Renovation 51:18
Landscapes for a New California 46:21
Designing Residential Landscapes 48:14
Urban Runoff 47:04
Sustainable Water Practice 43:25

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