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Letora is a landscape architect, urban planner, and educator with a background in sustainable design, park master planning, comprehensive planning, and community development. She is an Assistant Professor within the Landscape Architecture Program at the University of Texas Arlington’s College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA), where she began teaching as a Adjunct Assistant Professor in 2018.
Broadly, her research focuses on planning and design approaches that foster environmental reconnection, equitable engagement, and cultural community development in minority neighborhoods. Her current research examines issues of displacement and a lost sense of place in gentrifying communities and historically disinvested neighborhoods.
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In the article, I will cover the importance of GIS Base Mapping and the type of information that would be beneficial depending on the project you are working on. What is a GIS Base Map? GIS Base Map is geographic imagery and data that serves as the background...
In this video I cover how to create a sheet for landscape details for a Land Tech II course. The reference materials for this course are: DesignWorkshop (2016). Landscape Architecture Documentation Standards: Principles, Guidelines, and Best Practices. Hoboken New...
If you are just getting started in GIS and looking to figure out how toadd GIS files in quickly. I will cover two ways you can do that. How to Drag and Drop Shapefiles The quickest way to add shapefiles is to open File Explorer and go to the location of...