Browse College of Fine and Applied Arts by Contributor "Hays, David Lyle"

  • Vogel, Elizabeth A. (2017-04-28)
    In line with a new way to look at materials, waste streams, and opportunities to utilize existing processes within our environment, this project examines the potential for developing interspecies relationships, in this ...

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  • Wang, Zoey Tsu-En (2017-07-20)
    The charismatic Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is the most iconic migratory butterfly in North America. It is also a susceptible keystone species because of the monotonous host plant on which its larvae depend—namely, ...

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  • Chen, Yini (2017-07-20)
    Nunavut, in the Canadian Arctic, is the “Ground Zero” of acute climatic and technological change. As this landscape transforms, the place-based knowledge of the native Inuit is under threat. According to recent psychological ...

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  • Sui, Xinyue (2015-04-30)
    Coastal cities all over the world are threatened by sea level rise caused by global climate change. Boston is one of them that desires to seek innovative sea level rise adaptation strategies. This thesis provides a new, ...

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  • Li, Qianyu (2015-07-15)
    Elevated rapid railroads have special visual qualities. Riders can see how the city is organized, the shape of the city`s skyline, city land use, and most important, how the city relates to itself. This thesis uses a ...

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