I set up a basic site for members of the Berkeley DCRP community to post their thoughts and memories about Kaye Bock who passed away on Monday, January 15, 2007.
Jed and I have found, through attending meetings and conducting interviews, that most people, not surprisingly, are confused by the four planning processes which have occurred or are currently underway in New Orleans since hurricane Katrina. Also, most people don’t know where they can go to get the final versions of the completed plans, and […]
Written October, 2006 Jed and I finished a draft of our paper for a disaster recovery conference at Texas A&M University. After the conference, we visited Austin, San Antonio and Houston to take in a good slice of Texas life. An Overview of the Unified New Orleans Planning Process provides our analysis of the planning […]
By: Brendan Nee Written November, 2004 Introduction: What started as a large trade show developed in to a forum for idea exchange which helped define architectural styles, planning movements and the way the world views technology. World’s Fairs brought people together from around the globe for a year of festivities and exhibits which helped to […]
This paper was written for an urban geography class junior year of college. I flew back to my hometown of La Crosse, WI and collected historical maps & aerials from the local library, then did some basic measurements of landuse & population over time.