Frontiers in Built Environment
Frontiers in Built Environment publishes rigorously peer-reviewed research encompassing the engineering of buildings, sustainable cities and urban spaces. Field Chief Editor Izuru Takewaki at Kyoto University is supported by an outstanding Editorial Board of international experts. This multidisciplinary open-access journal is at the forefront of disseminating and communicating scientific knowledge and impactful discoveries to researchers, engineers, and the public worldwide. The modern society and cities are mostly vulnerable to extreme natural disasters caused by earthquakes, strong winds and other unexpected disturbances, and are also faced with global climate change issues. In order to overcome such unavoidable issues, smart methodologies for designing, protecting and upgrading built environments including infrastructures and buildings are strongly desired recently. However the perfect defense and protection may be difficult because of cost problems and unexpected phenomena of natural and man-made disasters. Under these circumstances, the concept of ‘Resilient Cities and Society’ plays an important role. The resilience is utilized in various fields including society, community and multidisciplinary engineering. It implies the ability or capability to recover from certain damaged states and maintain its function or the toughness for damage expected against various disturbances.
|Temporal Evolution of Green Stormwater Infrastructure Strategies in Three US Cities||Journal Article||McPhillips and Matsler McPhillips, Lauren E.; Matsler, A. Marissa||2018|