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Capstone Presentations 1

Date: Saturday, April 13

Begins: 10:00AM

Ends: 12:00PM

Activity Code: S408

Room: Riverside Center Exhibition Hall

The Geography of Nature Access Opportunities: Measuring Access to Nature Using Qualitative Factors and Implications for Planning Practice and Policy, Jonathan Knight; Making the Case for Using Development Impact Fees for Climate Change Mitigation, Polly Ng; Mixed Use Developments: Does this Land Use Concept Have Any Place on US Campuses?, Andrew Freerks; Regional Planning and Governance in Taiwan, Yu-shou Su; Globalization or National Politics?: The Development of Moscows International Business District, Katherine Dydak; Inter-Megaregional Dynamics: Economic Integrations in an Emerging Geography, Billy Fleming; Before Disaster Strikes: Planning for Host Communities, Megan Bond; Transportation Demand Management Plan for the Texas A&M University College Station Campus, Michael Martin; Schools, Neighborhoods, and Student Outcomes, Perry Shoemaker, Kwame Owusu-Daaku, Travis Kraus, Stephanie Schrader, Kayleigh Karlovits & Christopher Bjornstad
; Improving campus planning at your school, Yunke Xiang; Could Park-and-Ride Become Bike-and-Ride? Assessing the potential for bike parking at park-and-ride lots in Metro Vancouver,Debra Rolfe