22 August 2011
The 1000th publication was just entered into the End Note library of the Baltimore Ecosystem Study. It was an In-press entry of Steve Raciti's journal article, "Nitrate production and availability in residential soils," soon to be published in Ecological Applications. Congratulations Steve and co-authors Peter Groffman, Jennifer Jenkins, Rich Pouyat, Tim Fahey, Mary Cadenasso and Steward Pickett, for being our 1000th entry.
Take a look at the exciting S.I.M. City Baltimore design studio website created by senior undergraduate students from Parsons The New School of Design. S.I.M. stands for sustainable infrastructure models and references the urban design simulation game SIM City. Within this studio the students are creating sustainable design scenarios at the urban block level. They worked in the West Baltimore neighborhood of Harlem Park along with BES researchers, the Baltimore City Sustainability Department planners, Parks & People and community members.
This is a great interactive website which includes many photos and video. Be sure to check it out at this link:http://sce.parsons.edu/studiocourses/BaltimoreStudio2010