The layout of river systems, as we observe them nowadays, is only a phase of an unstable process where modifications happen according to different spatial and time scales due to climate and geological changes, human landscape alterations and the respective ecological adaptations. Representation methods have long struggled with seizing such features since morphodynamic imagery has radically changed our awareness of rivers' evolution as the result of overlapping forces acting at several levels.

Evolving waterscapes by relying on instability. An operative approach to river systems' design and planning towards new “repairing” and “performative” landscapes

Emanueli Luca
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Lobosco Gianni
Ultimo
2018

Abstract

The layout of river systems, as we observe them nowadays, is only a phase of an unstable process where modifications happen according to different spatial and time scales due to climate and geological changes, human landscape alterations and the respective ecological adaptations. Representation methods have long struggled with seizing such features since morphodynamic imagery has radically changed our awareness of rivers' evolution as the result of overlapping forces acting at several levels.
978-9928-4459-1-9
landscape, river, risk, performative landscapes, scenario
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