Biomimicry and the Built Environment

submitted by: Mearon

Biomimicry is a new science that links nature's best designs into human applications. It can be used to solve many problems which humans face in the fields of medicine, transportation, architecture and construction, energy, product design, computer science and network systems management. The science of biomimicry is a newly developing field but the application of biomimicry has been around since the beginning of man.

San Diego River Park and Its Efforts to Improve the Water Quality of the San Diego River

submitted by: BopGun86

By working with the San Diego River Park Foundation, I have done some research on the San Diego River to evaluate the extent that the river's water quality can be cleaned up to respectable levels. Right now, the River Park Foundation is in the process of making a fifty two mile long green belt along the river: in order for this to be come a reality, issues of water quality and cleanliness are a must.

Erosive Behaviors of Mountain Bicyclists

submitted by: rmacfadyen

Erosive behaviors of mountain bicyclists and their impact of public open space; a case study of Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park.