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    City and Regional Planning

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    PhD Candidate

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    Landscapes of Industrialization: The ‘long 1970s’ under the Spanish authoritarian regime

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    Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

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    Jitney-lite: low-cost, flexible-route feeder transit without communication devices

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    PhD Candidate
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    A Water-Systems Approach to Understanding Rivers and Urban Form

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    Re-Naturalizing Urban Waterways: Social and Biophysical Implications

    Matt Kondolf
    Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning

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    Smart Pandemic Management in Cities

    Joan Walker
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