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California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
College of Environmental Design | Graduate Program | Department of Landscape Architecture

Studio 606: Master's Project
Design Team: Edward Anaya, James Chaddick, Jon Loxley, Jeremy Person

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Front Matter [936kb]
Acknowledgements and Executive Summary

Introduction [2.9MB]
Purpose; View; Location; Key Issues; Goals and Objectives; Methods

Context [10.6MB]
Ecological Setting; Cultural Setting; Summary of Opportunities

Design Concept [6.4MB]
Preliminary Concepts; RiverLink Concepts; Gateways; Pathways; Connections; Destinations

Future Opportunities [3.9MB]
Downtown Districts; North Long Beach; West Bank Neighborhoods; Central and Eastern Long Beach;
San Gabriel River and Creative Redefinitions of Open Space

Conclusions [6.3MB]
Evaluation of RiverLink Vision and Cumulative Effects of Greenways

References 436kb]

Appendices [1.3MB]
Appendix A: Community Outreach; Appendix B: Further Case Study Research; Appendix C: The Ecological and Social Benefits of the Urban Forest; Appendix D: Targeted Wildlife Species; Appendix E: The Complexity of Uses in Public Space Design; Appendix F: Educational Activities and Opportunities; Appendix G: Native and Adapted Plant List

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