Elizabeth Brabec will join a group of 14 academics and agency leaders at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, UK, on June 21st and 22, to discuss “Resilience to Extreme Events.” The conference will cover the range of issues from cultural
It is not often that a landscape architect is designated a “National Historic Person.” But on October 21, 2020, Frederick G. Todd joined 729 other individuals, from medical researchers to politicians to arctic explorers on the Canadian list (Parks Canada,
Celebrating the International Day of Monuments and Sites April 18, 2023, 9:00 EST, 13:00 UTC
Why is the black currant so popular in Europe and almost non-existent in North America? A recent blog post from the US Law Library of Congress discusses the link between cultural taste preferences and the local ecosystem, the importance of
Pastoralism is a “fundamental subsistence pattern that dates back over 10,000 years to the global warming that ended the Pleistocene Epoch” (Little 2015, 337). The map below shows the development of pastoralism as an agricultural system around the world, expanding to
A Twitter thread of resources on climate change, focused on Scotland but applicable worldwide (click on the image below to get the whole thread in Twitter). By David Harkin, Historic Environment Scotland.
darinnen ordentliche Warhaftige Beschreibung, wie man aus rechtem grund der Geometria einen nützlichen und zierlichen Garten … anrichten sol, etc.
LiDAR (or LIDAR) – light detection and ranging – is a method to generate very precise topographical measurements about a particular piece of land. Achieving up to 2″ (5.08 cm) differences in topography, LiDAR is an exceptionally useful tool for
A recent BBC video explores the significance of the Mappa Mundi at Hereford Cathedral, United Kingdom … The Mappa Mundi at Hereford was created about 1300CE – 700 years ago – as a reflection of the Europeans understanding of the