And Design In Urban Settings Is Topic Of Lecture At U.Va. School
January 29, 2003--
Kristina Hill, associate professor of landscape architecture, University
Lecture – “Recent Work”
Monday, Feb. 10, 6 p.m.
Campbell Hall, Room 153
link between urban ecology and urban design is the focus of research
and recent work by Kristina Hill, associate professor of landscape
architecture at the University of Washington.
public lecture at University of Virginia. School of Architecture
will highlight her interest in how water flows through urban landscapes
and affects cultural and biological processes.
research includes the landscape classification and study of how
language, logic and cognitive categories affect landscape mapping.
Working with the University of Washington’s Urban Ecology
Research Lab, she has developed classification and analysis techniques
for creating maps of land cover for urban hydrological and ecological
research using satellite images of the earth.
lecture is sponsored by the Student Association of Landscape Architects.
details, contact Derry Voysey at (434) 982-2921 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298