Sustainable Coastal Design and Planning
PART 1 NEW WAYS OF THINKING AND WORKING. Section I Shifting Realities. 1 Designing the Coast in the Moment of Rain. 2 Fraying at the Edges: On Coastal Life and Rising Seas. 3 (Re)Think (Re)Design for Resilience. 4 Resilience and the Translation of Expertise. Section II Methods and Practices. 5 The Joy of Counterintuitivity. 6 The Dutch "Room for the River" Program (2006–2017): Landscape Quality as a Binding Agent. 7 Drawing a Line in the Sand: Rebuild by Design, Mathematical Modeling, and Blue Dunes. 8 Designing Resiliency: Interdisciplinary Geovisualization for Complex Coastal Environments. 9 Best Practices for Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Coastal Resiliency. 10 Engaging the Community to Envision the Coastal Climate Future. PART 2 NEW STRATEGIES. Section III Deltas, Bays, and Estuaries. 11 Structures of Coastal Resilience: Adaptive Design for Jamaica Bay, New York. 12 Resilience and Coastal Ecosystems: Three Typologies, Three Design Approaches. 13 Resilience of Natural Systems and Human Communities in the Mississippi Delta: Moving beyond Adaptability Due to Shifting Baselines. 14 New Orleans, Coastal City. 15 The Giving Delta. 16 A Fine Dutch Tradition in the Noordwaard. 17 Thresholds and Contingencies: A Design Process for Regional Coastal Resilience. 18 The Mekong Delta: A Coastal Quagmire. Section IV Sites and Structures. 19 The New Hondsbossche Dunes. 20 Adaptive Landscapes for Coastal Restoration and Resilience in Contemporary China. 21 Going with the Flow: Building Resilience in Southeast Queensland. 22 Architectural Strategies for a Dynamic Coast. 23 The Hard Habitats of Coastal Armoring. 24 Armatures for Coastal Resilience.