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Book Detail: Workshop Practice. Module 1. Introduction to workshop practice Lesson 1. Introduction to workshop practice, safety, care and precaution in workshop. Module 2.
The goal of this workshop is to develop a practice-driven research agenda on urban heat resilience. The workshop will engage dozens of key stakeholders representing private, public, and non-profit sectors on the focus areas of public health, planning, built environment, energy infrastructure, heat mapping, and climate services.
Stakeholders will learn and share together virtually as a group and in small groups through facilitated dialogues, individual surveys, a live public lecture, virtual student poster presentations, and opportunities for more informal networking. This workshop and its proceedings will lay the groundwork for the next decade of actionable science on urban heat resilience. Urban heat is deadlier than nearly all other U.
Fundamental research continues to advance understanding of the characteristics of resilient cities and their governance, but translating this knowledge about urban resilience into practice remains a challenge. Despite decades of scholarship to document extreme heat impacts on quality of life, economic productivity, national security, physical and mental health, ecosystems, water and energy usage, and infrastructure, heat is a climate risk still without a mature governance structure for the 14, U.
While communities enhance their resilience to risks such as hurricanes, wildfires, and earthquakes with local land use controls, state and federal legal precedence, mapping resources, and national guidance, no comparable urban heat resources exist.
Researchers within various disciplines have made significant advances to understand and model urban climate dynamics and document uneven public health impacts of heat. Less work has focused on the integration of these discipline-specific insights with the broader urban resilience literature to characterize a heat resilient municipality and its governance. This gap in understanding critically impacts the communities and organizations across the U. This workshop brings together the critical theories, methodological approaches, data, and practical knowledge from the wide range of academic and professional disciplines that influence urban heat resilience, including public health, emergency management, social services, urban planning, landscape architecture, architecture, geographic information systems, urban climatology, real estate development, utilities, climate service providers, and civil and structural engineers.
The workshop will bring together traditionally siloed researchers and practitioners to identify the most pressing research gaps and synergies for informing a practice-driven research agenda on urban heat resilience.
Participant profiles are always being updated. For information on participant affiliation at time of conference, please refer to historical roster. Extreme heat is deadlier than all other U.
While research and modeling continue to advance understanding of the characteristics heat in cities, translating this research into sustainability and resiliency policy, practice, and governance remains a challenge.
It appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. Download adobe Acrobat or click here to download the PDF file. AGCI has become an intellectual proving ground, a ferment for new ideas and concepts, and a place where the different disciplines actually talk, and progress. Hal Harvey. AGCI has been the most prominent place for developing interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary dialogues between scientists and practitioners.
Guy Brasseur. We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims. Buckminster Fuller. Skip to main content. Workshop Organizers. Session Description:. Participants Participant profiles are always being updated. Kristie Ebi University of Washington Professor. Braden Kay City of Tempe Director.
Bo Yang University of Arizona Professor. Click here to download the PDF file.
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In the present edition, the introductory chapters 1 and 2 have been revised with latest manufacturing ideas giving sufficient figures. The Chapters on welding and sheet metal work have been strengthened by incorporating more manufacturing techniques. Three additional chapters namely surface finishing processes, miscellaneous manufacturing concepts and advance manufacturing processes have been added to understand the latest concepts and trends in the areas of manufacturing. Suitable text, additional figures and tables in each chapter have been added as per suggestions towards improvement for increasing the usefulness of the book for the benefit of learners, teachers and researchers working in the areas of basic manufacturing processes and workshop technology. The reason is the electronic devices divert your attention and also cause strains while reading eBooks. Preface Acknowledgements 1.
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