Urban Ecologies

The study of urban ecology is the practice of applied landscape ecology that explores the structure, function, and dynamic processes that form and operate in landscapes at multiple scales and in diverse contexts around Hawai’i. The class’ exploration was aimed at the theoretical, technical and strategic knowledge that influence landscape planning, design, and management decisions in support of sustainability. The following images aims to express a fundamental understanding of the basic theories from the broad disciplines of ecology and conservation biology as well as the relatively newer fields of landscape architecture, landscape ecology, and urban planning and design.
Fall 2018 - ARCH 483
Second Year - Urban Ecology

Instructor: Simon Bussiere

Duration: 12 weeks

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Honolulu, Hawai‘i