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Carpino, Marcello (author)
Within the European context, the Hambach region manifests conflictual and dialectical relationships drawn upon a territory transformed from a constellation of rural villages interrupted by Markwalds - common forests - into a territorial machine shaped by the rhythms of the lignite extraction. While ecologists' movements occupy the remaining...
master thesis 2021
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Murawska, Kinga (author)
The proximity of rivers stimulated the development of the economy and culture of civilizations throughout the ages. Consequently, the advancements in technology allowed people to influence the riverine systems. In riparian areas, such as the Vistula River Delta, the river was regulated and the land was reclaimed to accommodate agriculture,...
master thesis 2021
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Kreulen, Marijne (author)
This thesis builds on the proposition that the ocean is both an urban and social space. Therefore, marine planning needs to consider socio-cultural risks and opportunities to be deemed sustainable. This reconceptualisation is especially relevant for the Barents Sea, where retreating sea ice leaves the ocean more accessible to marine traffic and...
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Meneses Di Gioia Ferreira, Lucas (author)
The Xingu River Basin sits within the Amazon Biome and integrates its deforestation belt. It is home to a multitude of endemic species and indigenous nations which are now threatened by the disruption of the river’s water pulse caused by the construction and operation of the Belo Monte Hydroelectric Dam. As we face our planet’s ecological...
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Lu, Zichuan (author)
This research took the Chongqing main town as an example to study the<br/>impact of seasonal floods in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River on the<br/>city, and strategies to improve flood resilience in the river corridor area in<br/>mountainous cities. The study first analyzed the water safety, water conflict,<br/>and water opportunities in...
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Wang, WANG (author)
In coastal Tainan, aquaculture had become prosperous for more than 200 years. But the local communities are facing some difficulties in the past decades. These include over-development, flooding, and unstable living quality. The built environment had changed a lot on the site. Developers keep filling soil to the fishponds and build more and more...
master thesis 2021
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Parlangeli, Luca (author)
Within the main geographical contexts of the North Sea and the Scheldt estuary, the Doelpolder area stands out for the conflictual relationships between human settlements, environmental crisis, and man-made infrastructures, which are all paradigms of the so-called Anthropocene era. The site comprises the village of Doel, the natural reserve of...
master thesis 2020
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van Berge Henegouwen, G. (author)
Infrastructure, industry and extraction have greatly reshaped the North Sea over the last five decades. These specific elements played and still play a vital role in the growth and evolution of the North Sea and its adjacent countries. Among all the fishing and oil industry have become highly governmentally influenced machines and are imposing...
master thesis 2020
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Omumbwa, Ian (author)
Through researching information flows and their territorial footprint around the North Sea, we observed that the global production of data and its subsequent surveillance is growing. The data emerging out of the health sector (Health data) is today leveraged to speculate on its potential futures and processes. Namely, its physical, technical and...
master thesis 2020
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Walker, N. (author)
Mental health issues are becoming ever-more common in contemporary societies as urban landscapes are over-stimulating and stress-inducing. Studies suggest that lacking access to green infrastructure may be a fundamental factor. In post-industrial cities and health care systems, nature’s healing abilities are however commonly neglected and have...
master thesis 2020
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Recubenis Sanchis, Isabel (author)
Uncertainty posed by Climate Change brings control approaches to environmental processes and dynamics into question. In the Netherlands and particularly in the Dutch River area (Rivierenland in Dutch) narratives have already shifted towards an adaptive planning (Davoudi, 2013). However, there is still a need to go beyond the physical cultural...
master thesis 2020
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Rey Hernández, Catalina (author)
This research aims to re-envision the city, understanding it as a living system where change creates growth and renewal, and where uncertainty is our new normal. The continuous struggle between cities and nature, forces human settlements to look for stability and safety, trying to control the dynamics and flows of underlying landscapes. In Chile...
master thesis 2019
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Farmazon, Alexandra (author)
Reversed risk<br/>With more than 80% of Thames River banks transformed into concrete storm walls, with the Thames Barrier in place since the 70s, the dynamic tidal force is persistently causing storm surge flooding and flash floods throughout London’s dense urban areas, putting the UK coastline as a priority area among the North Sea adjoined...
master thesis 2018
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Terpstra, Marrit (author)
The geopolitical instability in Syria has led to an increased disturbance of the environmental, economic and social situation in its adjacent country Lebanon. A comprehensive approach is put forward, for safeguarding the environment and to address the economic and social disruptions the country is facing. This allows the phenomenon and...
master thesis 2018
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Ma, Qing (author)
This project under the consideration of change of water by opening can deliver a dynamic balance of ecology quality, water safety and economic development.
master thesis 2018
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Visser, Malou (author)
The sea dike is a spatial interim in the dialogue between human at land and natural forces at the Wadden sea. Standing on the dike gives me a feeling of conquest but also of separation. It stands out as a green wall between two worlds and stretches in the wide, open landscape as far as my eyes can see. This narrow edge has once been marshlands,...
master thesis 2018
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Wong Lent, Cristina (author)
Historically, the regional landscape of Lambayeque has mainly been natural, agricultural, rural and lastly, urban. However, economic development, demographic growth and urban expansion have overpowered the more natural domain creating non–dynamic flows within the system, compressing all functions at the city scale, specially in Chiclayo as the...
master thesis 2018
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Uchil, Rajat Dinesh (author)
The thesis explores the social potential of space i.e. the social logic of space to enhance resilience of society. As social resilience is defined as the capacity of society to cope, adapt or transform societal relations towards external stress, space that is a ‘construction’ and a function of the structure of society hosts the ability in...
master thesis 2018
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Peter, Jean-Baptiste (author)
Traditional urban design approaches have failed to address changing urban conditions such as the ecological crisis, extreme weather events, and urbanisation. There is a need to explore new approaches which are able to deal with the holistic nature of the landscape. The aim of this research is to develop an integrated urban regeneration strategy...
master thesis 2018
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Novkovikj, Monika (author)
The thesis aims to explore the potentials and possibilities of open space landscapes with the goal of utilizing them in a new spatial landscape infrastructure device of integrative socio-spatial value. It will attempt to acknowledge the hidden qualities of open spaces, often overlooked due to responsibilities limited only to administrative...
master thesis 2018
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