Religion, Local Produce And Sustainability At Religious Sites In Hungary, 2016 Univeristy of Pannonia Veszprém, Hungary
Religion, Local Produce And Sustainability At Religious Sites In Hungary, Alan Clarke Professor, Ágnes Raffay
International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage
There is a growing awareness of sustainable practices at religious tourism sites and we have observed this in Hungary, with the focus shifting from one aspect of sustainability to incorporating all three major aspects, the environmental, the economic and the socio-cultural (Rees and Wackernagel, 1996). Although the economic aspect used to be predominant (Shackley, 2001; Mangeloja, 2003) now we can find more examples of practices that aim to promote socio-cultural sustainability, while taking the natural environment also into account (Tanguay et al, 2010).
Several religious tourism sites have started to offer local produce in their souvenir shops and to incorporate ...
Airborne Lidar Acquisition, Post-Processing And Accuracy-Checking For A 3d Webgis Of Copan, Honduras, 2016 German Archaeological Institute
Airborne Lidar Acquisition, Post-Processing And Accuracy-Checking For A 3d Webgis Of Copan, Honduras, Jennifer Von Schwerin, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Fabio Remondino, Maria Grazia Spera, Michael Auer, Nicolas Billen, Lukas Loos, Laura Stelson, Markus Reindel
Anthropology Faculty Publications
Archaeological projects increasingly collect airborne LiDAR data to use as a remote sensing tool for survey and analysis. Publication possibilities for LiDAR datasets, however, are limited due to the large size and often proprietary nature of the data. Fortunately, web-based, geographic information systems (WebGIS) that can securely manage temporal and spatial data hold great promise as virtual research environments for working with and publishing LiDAR data. To test this and to obtain new data for archaeological research, in 2013, the MayaArch3D Project (www.mayaarch3d.org) collected LiDAR data for the archaeological site of Copan, Honduras. Results include: 1) more accurate ...
Wku Recycling, January 2016.Docx, 2016 Western Kentucky University
Wku Recycling, January 2016.Docx, Elizabeth Mcgrew
The Urban Density Premium Across Establishments, 2016 Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
The Urban Density Premium Across Establishments, R. Jason Faberman, Matthew Freedman, R. Jason Faberman, Matthew Freedman
Supporting Shrinkage: Better Planning And Decision-Making For Shrinking Cities, 2016 Tufts University
Supporting Shrinkage: Better Planning And Decision-Making For Shrinking Cities, Justin Hollander, Michael P. Johnson Jr., Eliza D. Whiteman
Michael P. Johnson
The goal of this book is to describe and analyze a powerful new tool to help shrinking cities: analytics, in particular, decision models. The poster child for decline, Detroit, Michigan, has been subject to much media and scholarly attention in recent years with its ongoing depopulation and recent bankruptcy filing. In a New York Times story on the city’s new mayor, the reporter asked the question: “Do services and infrastructure designed for all of this city’s 139 square miles still make sense with a population of 700,000 and stretches of blocks where only a few houses remain ...
The Fifth Migration: A Study Of Cleveland Millennials, 2016 Cleveland State University
The Fifth Migration: A Study Of Cleveland Millennials, Richey Piiparinen, Jim Russell, Charlie Post
Many studies and reports about the “millennial” generation have been conducted at the national level in the past few years. However, little has been done to look at the effects the members of this generation have at the local level. Framed in what has been termed “the fifth migration” or “re-urbanization” this project looks at trends surrounding the millennial generation both nationally and locally. This project not only examines where young people are living, but also dives into trends and changes surrounding mobility, housing, public transit, civic engagement, the changing workplace, and the sharing economy. Across these topics this project ...
Navigating The Innovation Trajectories Of Technology By Combining Specialization Score Analyses For Publications And Patents: Graphene And Nano-Enabled Drug Delivery, 2015 Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus
Navigating The Innovation Trajectories Of Technology By Combining Specialization Score Analyses For Publications And Patents: Graphene And Nano-Enabled Drug Delivery, Seokbeom Kwon, Alan L. Porter, Jan Youtie
Verchick's Environmental Law Playlist, Robert R.M. Verchick
Robert R.M. Verchick
Arenson 387 Syllabus Spring 2016.Pdf, Adam Arenson
Using Web Mining To Explore Triple Helix Influences On Growth In Small And Mid-Size Firms, 2015 Georgia Institute of Technology
Using Web Mining To Explore Triple Helix Influences On Growth In Small And Mid-Size Firms, Yin Li, Sanjay Arora, Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira
Micro-Level Relationships-201512-Revised.Docx, 2015 Georgia Institute of Technology
Micro-Level Relationships-201512-Revised.Docx, Yin Li, Sanjay K Arora, Jan Youtie, Philip Shapira
Ambient Air Concentrations Exceeded Health Based Standards For Fine Particulate Matter And Benzene During The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, Earthea Nance, Denae King, Beverly Wright, Robert D. Bullard
Earthea Nance, PhD (Stanford University, 2004)
Restoring The Mississippi River Delta In Louisiana Ecological Tradeoffs And Barriers To Action, 2015 University of New Orleans
Restoring The Mississippi River Delta In Louisiana Ecological Tradeoffs And Barriers To Action, Alison Maulhardt
University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations
This study investigates the Louisiana 2012 Coastal Master Plan’s ability to reconcile conflicting economic and ecological demands on coastal resources. The Louisiana Coastal Master Plan was unique in combining flood control and coastal restoration under one authority. However, the objectives of flood control and coastal restoration can be in conflict. The plan was also unique in its approach of restoration from a working coast perspective. However, the objectives of ecological restoration and economic productivity do not always agree. By conducting semi-structured interviews with major coastal stakeholders, this research will explore how the planning process has accommodated the views and ...
The Opportunistic House For Tehran: A Design Prototype, Sara Khorshidifard
Beyond The Foreclosure Crisis, 2015 Cleveland State University
Beyond The Foreclosure Crisis, Brian Mikelbank, Charles Post, Ivan Maric, Thomas Bier
Research for the City Council of Cleveland on the housing market, foreclosures, and home equity. The results of the foreclosure impact study were discussed at the council meeting on November 11, 2008.
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County: An Assessment Of Progress, 2015 Cleveland State University
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County: An Assessment Of Progress, Alan Weinstein, Kathryn Hexter, Molly Schnoke
Kathryn W. Hexter
In August 2006, Cleveland State University was asked to conduct an initial assessment of the Cuyahoga County Commissioners' Report and Recommendations on Foreclosure that would assist the county in planning for future phases of the project. This report presents the findings of this initial assessment of the first 18 months of the initiative. It documents the process undertaken by the county, assesses the progress made toward reaching goals, identifies successes and concerns, and offers some preliminary recommendations about program operations. It also offers suggestions for a more formal evaluation process going forward
Integrating Land Use And Transportation, Vi, 2015 Urban & Environmental Policy Institute
Integrating Land Use And Transportation, Vi, Mark Vallianatos
No abstract provided.
Connecting Communities And Creating Livable Places: A Policy Agenda For The Arroyo, 2015 Selected Works
Connecting Communities And Creating Livable Places: A Policy Agenda For The Arroyo, Mark Vallianatos, Amanda Shaffer
No abstract provided.
Regional Dashboard Of Economic Indicators 2009: Comparative Performance Of Leading, Midwest, And Northeast Ohio Metropolitan Areas, 2015 Cleveland State University
Regional Dashboard Of Economic Indicators 2009: Comparative Performance Of Leading, Midwest, And Northeast Ohio Metropolitan Areas, Ziona Austrian, Afia Yamoah, Candice Clouse
The objective of this study is to continue monitoring the economic performance of Northeast Ohio’s (NEO) metropolitan areas over time and in comparison to other metropolitan areas across the United States, particularly leading metropolitan areas and other large metro areas located in the Midwest. The study monitors economic conditions prior to the current recession. This fourth study of dashboard indicators describes the findings using the framework that was developed in previous studies. It uses the same four measures of economic growth and nine dashboard indicators and their underlying variables for 136 metropolitan areas with population between 300,000 and ...
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County: A Pilot Initiative, Interim Report, 2015 Cleveland State University
Responding To Foreclosures In Cuyahoga County: A Pilot Initiative, Interim Report, Alan Weinstein, Kathryn Hexter, Molly Schnoke
Kathryn W. Hexter
The Center for Civic Education and the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law released their report, on May 12, 2008. The report, prepared for the Cuyahoga County Board of Commissioners, is an assessment of the County's comprehensive approach to addressing foreclosures on two levels: 1) Making foreclosure proceedings faster and fairer and 2) Creating an early intervention program to help residents prevent foreclosure.