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Water systems refer to offsite, community-level collection, storage, and distribution systems for water distribution, sanitary waste disposal, and stormwater management.

Title Datesort ascending Author
Post-Oil Environments: Responsive Design Strategies for Coastal City-Landscapes of Oil Oct 02, 2020 Oswald Jenewein (University of Texas at Arlington)
Surf and Turf: Integrating Resilient Design Early in the Curriculum Oct 02, 2020 Craig Griffin (Thomas Jefferson University)
DATAField: Strategies for Technological Resilience through Urban Prototyping Jun 22, 2018 Marcella Del Signore (New York Institute of Technology), Cordula Roser Gray (Tulane University)
Rhizolith Island: Prototyping a Resilient Coastal Infrastructure Jun 22, 2018 Julie Larsen (Syracuse University), Roger Hubeli (Syracuse University)
Drylands Resilience Initiative [DRI]: Digital Tools for Sustainable Urban Design in Arid and Semi-arid Urban Centers Dec 31, 2017 Peter Arnold (Arid Lands Institute), Hadley Arnold (Arid Lands Institute), Justin Brechtel, AIA, LEED AP (Perkins+Will), Leigh Christy, AIA, LEED AP BD+C (Perkins+Will), John Haymaker, PhD, AIA, LEED AP (Perkins+Will), Rowan Roderick-Jones, PE, CSci, ENV SP (NatureVest at The Nature Conservancy), Deborah Weintraub, AIA (City of Los Angeles)
India’s Water Husbandry: Design for Change Jun 14, 2017 Carey Clouse (University of Massachusetts Amherst)
Performance Niche: An Ecological Systems Framework for Technology and Design Jun 14, 2017 Michelle Laboy (Northeastern University)
Feasibility of Rainwater Harvesting in US Jun 14, 2017 Jong-Jin Kim (University of Michigan), William Laughner (University of Michigan)
Hydro-Logical Architecture Jun 14, 2017 Brook Muller (University of Oregon)
Buoyant Ecologies: Research, Collaboration, and Resilience at the Edge Apr 26, 2017 Adam Marcus (California College of the Arts)
Taking the Field: Advancing Energy and Water Efficiency in Sports Venues Feb 01, 2017 National Institute of Building Sciences and the Green Sports Alliance
Shrinking Wetlands, Sinking Cities: Why Preserving and Restoring Wetlands Can Help Save Our Coastal Cities Jun 08, 2015 Elizabeth Ward, LEED AP ND (Perkins+Will)
Graywater Wetland Treatment for a Living Building Apr 13, 2015 Phillip L. Thompson, Seattle University, Seattle, WA.
The Resource Infinity Loop: Ecoshed Planning for Resilient Cities May 21, 2014 Geeti Silwal, AICP, LEED BD+C (Perkins+Will)
AIA R/UDAT: The Rockaways, NY (2013) Jun 10, 2013 AIA Center for Communities by Design
Growing Energy / Water: Using the Grid to Get off the Grid Jan 31, 2011 Martin Felsen, AIA (UrbanLab, IIT, Archeworks), Sarah Dunn (UrbanLab, UIC, Archeworks)
On the Water | Palisade Bay Jun 14, 2010 Guy Nordenson, Catherine Seavitt, Adam Yarinsky
Urban Wastewater: A Renewable, Reliable Water Resource for Urban Farming Jan 01, 2010 Geeti Silwal, AICP, LEED AP (Perkins+Will)
Water, Water...Not Everywhere: Water Conservation in Healthcare Buildings Jan 01, 2009 Breeze Glazer, LEED AP (Perkins+Will)
Hydrology & Water Conservation Jun 01, 2008 Brad Zuger, M. Arch (AIA/AIAS COTE Research Fellowship 2008), AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE)
AIA R/UDAT: Fargo-Moorhead, MN-ND (1989) Oct 02, 1989 AIA Center for Communities by Design
AIA R/UDAT: Dalton, GA (1976) Apr 26, 1976 AIA Center for Communities by Design
AIA R/UDAT: Phoenix, AZ (1974) Jan 21, 1974 AIA Center for Communities by Design