Author: Paul Knox
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Release Date: 2014-08-24
Genre: Business & Economics
Examines different cities from all over the world and looks at their physical, economic, social, and political structure, as well as their relationships to each other and where future urbanization might be headed.
Author: W. Andrew Marcus
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date: 2012-04-23
“Atlas of Yellowstone shows that good things happen when top-notch cartography, tasteful design, solid research, and compelling geography come together. The atlas will delight professional and armchair readers alike. Its treasure trove of maps explore wide-ranging topics—from geology to wildlife to people and the land. Better still, these well-orchestrated elements reveal a bigger idea: the place we call the Greater Yellowstone.” —Tom Patterson, former president, North American Cartographic Information Society “An extremely attractive, first-rate volume that is sure to become a fundamental resource for scholars and anyone who loves Yellowstone.”—Richard Marston, Kansas State University "While much has been written on the Yellowstone region, nothing compares to this volume in scope or presentation. This will become the standard reference and starting point for anyone interested in the history of Yellowstone."—Anthony Barnosky, author of Heatstroke: Nature in an Age of Global Warming
Author: Kevin Donohoe
Release Date: 2000-04-15
Each volume in Thieme's new Teaching Atlas series features a wide range of challenging cases in radiology, and is ideal for both self-assessment and review. All cases stress the "real-life" presentation of a specific clinical problem, beginning with high-quality radiographs and followed by patient history, radiographic findings, differential-diagnosis, discussion, and suggestions for further reading. Highlighted "Pearls," "Pitfalls", and "Controversial Issues" round out the presentation of each case and provide the reader with hundreds of useful hints and recommendations. A must for residents rotating in sub-specialties or studying for board examinations, the Teaching Atlas series is also a useful review for experienced practitioners. In the TEACHING ATLAS OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE, you'll find comprehensive coverage of the entire field of nuclear medicine through a series of clearly presented cases. Following the board exam format, the cases are presented as unknowns, with an image and brief clinical description; you are then asked to arrive at your own differential diagnosis. Complete with tips, pearls, pitfalls, and a brief discussion of each case, this is the ideal book for self-testing and maximizing your study time.
Author: Yang Wu
Publisher: Design Media Publishing Limited
Release Date: 2011
In countries such as, Iran, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Morocco, Tunisia and so on, the history and culture of a particular location was subtly integrated into the interior design through innovative approaches. Moreover, designers can also be inspired a lot by this book to search a balance between the overwhelmingly globalized trend and the increasingly personalized feature. This book offers readers a visual feast with the collection of world's most classic interior projects and is categorized into 10 parts, including culture and leisure, restaurant, bar, shop and showroom, spa and fitness, hospital and pharmacy, office, teaching and research, house, hotel, transport and factory. Each project is illustrated with real photos, plans and text. In addition, each geographic region is distinguished by a different color-code. We firmly believe and hope it will serve as a source of pleasure and inspiration to all its readers.
Author: Houghton Mifflin Company
Release Date: 1993
Genre: Almanacs, American
Suitable for browsing and serious research alike, this best-selling reference contains essays on current issues, full coverage of U.S. political races and the Olympics, a capsule history of the world, an atlas, and photographs.
Author: Ann Thorpe
Publisher: Island Press
Release Date: 2012-08-09
Designing for sustainability is an innovation shaping both the design industry and design education today.Yet architects, product designers, and other key professionals in this new field have so far lacked a resource that addresses their sensibilities and concerns. The Designer's Atlas of Sustainability now explores the basic principles, concepts, and practice of sustainable design in a visually sophisticated and engaging style. The book tackles not only the ecological aspects of sustainable design-designers' choice of materials and manufacturing processes have a tremendous impact on the natural world-but also the economic and cultural elements involved. The Atlas is neither a how-to manual nor collection of recipes for sustainable design, but a compendium of fresh approaches to sustainability that designers can incorporate into daily thinking and practice. Illuminating many facets of this exciting field, the book offers ideas on how to harmonize human and natural systems, and then explores practical options for making the business of design more supportive of long-term sustainability. An examination of the ethical dimensions of sustainable developmin our public and private lives is the theme presthroughout. Like other kinds of atlases, The Designer's Atlas of Sustainability illustrates its subject, but it goes far beyond its visual appeal, stimulating design solutions for "developmthat cultivates environmental and social conditions that will support human well-being indefinitely."