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Aerial view rendering of I-375 in Detroit_TN
By T.R. Witcher
The Motor City considers transforming an aging downtown freeway into a pedestrian-friendly boulevard.
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Waterway in Sydney, Australia_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
Sydney, Australia, is a case study in examining four paths to best address population growth, variability of water supplies, and aging infrastructure.
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The beaks of such shore birds as the avocet inspired the design of a fog catcher_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
Researchers draw inspiration from nature in developing an articulated plate device that captures water droplets from fog.
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Exterior view rendering of the Regiocentrale Zuid in Maasbracht, the Netherlands which officially opened this summer_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
A control tower that overlooks interconnected waterways along the Dutch-Belgium border was designed to provide 360-degree views from—and into—the building.
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Aerial view rendering of the new wharf which displays a lot for outdoor cargo storage_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
A new multipurpose facility to be built at Port Tampa Bay will accommodate a variety of ships carrying heavy cargo of steel, vehicles, and construction equipment.
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Underwater view rendering of gravity-based support systems, topped with turbines, that are placed on the seabed_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
Funding has been accepted for Phase 1A of what will become the world’s largest tidal energy array, to be located off the coast of Caithness, Scotland.
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Tropical storm Irene caused significant damages to such communities as Waitsfield, Vermont, in 2011_TN
By Catherine A. Cardno, Ph.D.
The frequency and intensity of both large and small floods are increasing, but communities can become resilient in the short and long term by implementing the steps found in two new federal agency reports.
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Fuel-cell automobile, used at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam_TN
By Kevin Wilcox
Developers are preparing a series of hydrogen fueling facilities in California in advance of a wave of new vehicles expected to arrive from major automakers in 2015.
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