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Chapter 6: Urban design for a wind-resistant urban forest.n Chapter 7: Selecting suitable trees for the city and suburbs.r
4. Key features of the urban environment from LEED 5.5.5-C/F-100-B10. Understanding the role of architecture, technology and design in creating a sustainable urban environment. 5.6.5 (filling in the questionnaire)
5.7.1. Monitoring and analysis of the compliance of project activities and data with development priorities:
Â· Ecological themes. Inventory of habitats for planting seedlings. Collection and analysis of information on the state of urban forests and their location. Differentiation of planting material (crown).
Â· Architectural and interior themes:
Definitions of forest management, management of urban forest resources and assessment of their condition.
Determination of algorithms and directions for the development of sustainable architecture and their implementation in the existing urban environment.
Section 5. Innovative infrastructure and RD-components.
5-6. Study of the impact of the urban environment on human health. Basic functional models and risk measurements for human health and social well-being in the urban environment. For target groups and taking into account the impact of urban planning. Solution of applied problems of urban engineering.
6. Using EfficientPlant:
Tools and techniques for independent assessment of the impact of the urban environment on plant growth, human health and the environment. Assessment of the impact of urban projects on the environment and human health. Assessment of the interaction of urban space with the environment and the environment on it.
7. Grades and points. Evaluation and voting (Urban Design GivingBall: beauty outside and inside).
8. Practical work. 1. Introduction to urban ecology. Objective criteria and indicators are the main advantages. 2. The role of the urban city in improving the quality of the urban environment:
Semantics. Conceptual, software and instrumental foundations for the development of urban environment for the urban environment (urban forests, streets, parks, etc.). Measures that allow evaluating these qualities for urban household assessments. Tools and examples of using the urban park:
MExtent, xChute, treehall;
nThe Land-Savior Assessment;
2. Instrumental research.
Methods for assessing environmental protection in open environments, urban forests, forest plantations. 3. Project creation