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    Authors: Wiersum, K.F.;

    Forestry has been defined as a profession embracing the science and the practice of creating, conserving, and managing forests for the continuing use of these resources. Since its inception in the 18th century it has gradually evolved in character in response to changing social values. At the end of the 1970s a new concept was introduced in forestry, i.e. social forestry. This approach focuses specificly on the forest-related needs of local communities in tropical countries, and on stimulating community involvement in the sustainable management of forest resources. It has been suggested that the development of social forestry implies a paradigmatic change in forestry. This suggestion is contested, however.The objective of this study is to contribute towards the elucidation of the question whether the emergence of the concept of social forestry has indeed brought about a paradigmatic change in forestry. A paradigm involves the total set of disciplinary commitments; this disciplinary matrix includes a basic world-view, normative perspectives and conceptual generalizations as well as ideal-typical exemplars for problem-solving. Both scientists and professionals may adhere to such normative commitments. Consequently, the suggestion of a paradigmatic change in forestry may be related either to forestry as a science or forestry as a professional institution.The study consists of four analytical steps. First a short overview of the history of forestry and of one of its major conceptual generalizations, i.e. sustainability, is given, and the nature of the disciplinary matrix of conventional forestry is identified. Next the development of social forestry is described. This forestry approach is conceptualized as involving forestry policies designed and implemented by professional foresters, and community forest management practices executed by local communities, who are not professionally-trained in forestry. It cannot be assumed that the normative perspectives of these two categories of practitioners are similar. The third step of analysis therefore consists of a comparison of the perspectives of these two categories of forestry practitioners; it shows major differences in normative perspectives. The last step of analysis focuses on how the recognition of such differences has impacted on forestry science and professional practice. It is concluded that social forestry involves major changes in both role- and rule-orientation of professional foresters. The role of professional foresters is not considered any longer as being ideal-typical forest managers, but also as being facilitators of community forestry. Consequently, several new concepts and theories concerning social coordination in forestry evolved.Forestry science became more empirically oriented by paying attention to all possible forest management conditions rather than to professionally-controlled forest management situations only. These changes in forestry science can best be considered as an evolutionary change rather than a paradigmatic one. However, the differentiation in tasks of professional foresters and the loosening of the close institutional links between forestry scientists and professional practitioners can be considered as involving a paradigmatic change in forestry as professional institution.

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    This resource is a single blog post created as part of the Day of Archaeology initiative. The Day of Archaeology project aimed to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asked people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate in a 'Day of Archaeology' each year by recording their day and sharing it through text, images or video on the Day of Archaeology blog.The project asked anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help highlight the reasons why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures. The resulting Day of Archaeology project archive demonstrates the wide variety of work the archaeological profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and helps to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world.The first ever Day of Archaeology was held in 2011 and, since then, the project had thousands of archaeologists take part in the event, from those working in the field through to specialists working in laboratories and behind computers. The last Day of Archaeology was on Friday 28th July 2017.

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    Authors: Gürses, Hakan;

    ÖZ BETONARME ÇERÇEVELERİN BETONARME DOLGU DUVARLARLA ONARIMI GÜRSES, Hakan Yüksek Lisans, İnşaat Mühendisliği Bölümü Tez Yöneticisi : Prof. Dr. Uğur Ersoy Ocak 1998, 89 sahife Depremde hasar gören binaların betonarme dolgulu duvarlarla onarımı ve güçlendirilmesi, oldukça ilgi çeken ve pratikte uygulanan bir yöntemdir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, betonarme dolgu duvarlarla onarılan betonarme çerçevelerin, deprem yükleri etkisinde davranışlarını incelemektir. Bu amaçla iki katlı, tek açıklıklı bir betonarme çerçeve deprem etkilerini temsil eden tersinir yükler altında hasar oluşuncaya kadar yüklenmiş, onarılıp güçlendirildikten sonrakırılıncaya kadar test edilmiştir. Betonarme dolgunun tipi ve betonarme dolgu ile çerçevenin bağlantı şekli deneylerin önemli noktaları olmuştur. Deney sonucunda betonarme dolgunun dayanım, rijitlik, yanal ötelenme ve süneklik üzerindeki etkileri belirlenmiştir. Dolgulu çerçeve modelinin dayanım ve rijitliği yönetmeliklerin ve araştırmacıların önerdiği ampirik formüllerle hesaplanmıştır. Analitik sonuçlarla deney sonuçları karşılaştırılmıştır. Anahtar kelimeler : Dolgulu çerçeve, betonarme, onarım, tersinen yükler, deprem. vı ABSTRACT REPAIRING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES WITH REINFORCED CONCRETE INFILLS GÜRSES, Hakan M. Sc. in The Department of Civil Engineering Supervisor : Prof. Dr. Uğur Ersoy January 1998, 89 pages Repairing of framed structures damaged by an earthquake, using reinforced concrete infills, is commonly used in practice. The studies on this subject is increasing every day. The objective of this research was to investigate the behaviour of a repaired structure under lateral loads. A two-story, one-bay bare frame was tested under reversed cyclic loading. The frame was strengthened by placing a reinforced concrete infill and tested to infailure under a load history simulating the seismic action. Test results were evaluated to understand the effect of infill on strength, stiffness and lateral drift. Strength and stiffness were calculated by the empirical formulas proposed by the researchers and code recommendations. The results of the analytical predictions and experimental observations were compared. Key words : repairing, infilled frames, reinforced concrete, cyclic loading IV 89

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    Authors: Attenbrow, Val; Donlon, Denise;

    During Mosman Municipal Council's Aboriginal heritage study a rockshelter in Botanic Reserve, Balmoral Beach (Figure 1), was identified as a site in which the deposits were being extensively disturbed by the activities of local children (Koettig 1991). Many years previous, midden deposits to a depth of one metre were removed during roadworks so that the surface of the deposit in the rockshelter was level with the adjacent road. However, archaeological materials (eg stone artefacts) continued being found in the rockshelter. This suggested that, even though a considerable depth of deposit had been removed, all of the archaeological deposits had not been removed. And, even though the surface of the remaining deposits were disturbed, there was a possibility that undisturbed deposits remained at depth in the site. If so, that these deposits would contain evidence of Aboriginal occupation pre-dating 2,000 or 3,000 years ago (Attenbrow 1992). ... Final report to Mosman Municipal Council on fieldwork undertaken in 1992

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  • Authors: SLR Consulting Ltd;

    Notting Hill Home Ownership are in the process of submitting a planning application to regenerate the Old Drill Hall site in Bermondsey. The proposed development will comprise a 51 unit mixed tenure residential scheme. The design includes a 'U' shaped building which has been considered to relate, interact and respond to the surrounding context and townscape with a central courtyard area and car parking at basement level. In accordance with the National Planning Policy Framework 20121 this report outlines the known elements of the historic environment in the site and surrounding area. It focuses on archaeological finds and the historic development of the area, to assess the potential for the existence of buried remains that might be disturbed during construction. This archaeological desk-based assessment is submitted as a supporting statement to the planning application. A complementary Heritage Statement has been produced which focuses on the built heritage, notably listed buildings including a war memorial which is incorporated in the existing buildings.

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  • Authors: McAtominey, D;

    Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd (PCA) was appointed by RPS Consulting to carry out an archaeological evaluation, at 2-4 Salters Acres, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8TA. The Site is the subject of a proposed development comprising four dwellings and associated access, landscaping and parking. The evaluation at 2-4 Salters Acres, Stockbridge Road, Winchester, Hampshire consisted of two 2m x 2m trenches and revealed no archaeological remains. The evaluation comprised two trenches that were opened on the proposed development footprint within the gardens of Nos. 3 & 4 Salters Acres. Natural chalk was revealed in both trenches, at a maximum depth of 0.38m, beneath a shallow profile of subsoil and topsoil. No archaeological features, deposits or artefacts were revealed.

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    Forestry has been defined as a profession embracing the science and the practice of creating, conserving, and managing forests for the continuing use of these resources. Since its inception in the 18th century it has gradually evolved in character in response to changing social values. At the end of the 1970s a new concept was introduced in forestry, i.e. social forestry. This approach focuses specificly on the forest-related needs of local communities in tropical countries, and on stimulating community involvement in the sustainable management of forest resources. It has been suggested that the development of social forestry implies a paradigmatic change in forestry. This suggestion is contested, however.The objective of this study is to contribute towards the elucidation of the question whether the emergence of the concept of social forestry has indeed brought about a paradigmatic change in forestry. A paradigm involves the total set of disciplinary commitments; this disciplinary matrix includes a basic world-view, normative perspectives and conceptual generalizations as well as ideal-typical exemplars for problem-solving. Both scientists and professionals may adhere to such normative commitments. Consequently, the suggestion of a paradigmatic change in forestry may be related either to forestry as a science or forestry as a professional institution.The study consists of four analytical steps. First a short overview of the history of forestry and of one of its major conceptual generalizations, i.e. sustainability, is given, and the nature of the disciplinary matrix of conventional forestry is identified. Next the development of social forestry is described. This forestry approach is conceptualized as involving forestry policies designed and implemented by professional foresters, and community forest management practices executed by local communities, who are not professionally-trained in forestry. It cannot be assumed that the normative perspectives of these two categories of practitioners are similar. The third step of analysis therefore consists of a comparison of the perspectives of these two categories of forestry practitioners; it shows major differences in normative perspectives. The last step of analysis focuses on how the recognition of such differences has impacted on forestry science and professional practice. It is concluded that social forestry involves major changes in both role- and rule-orientation of professional foresters. The role of professional foresters is not considered any longer as being ideal-typical forest managers, but also as being facilitators of community forestry. Consequently, several new concepts and theories concerning social coordination in forestry evolved.Forestry science became more empirically oriented by paying attention to all possible forest management conditions rather than to professionally-controlled forest management situations only. These changes in forestry science can best be considered as an evolutionary change rather than a paradigmatic one. However, the differentiation in tasks of professional foresters and the loosening of the close institutional links between forestry scientists and professional practitioners can be considered as involving a paradigmatic change in forestry as professional institution.

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    This resource is a single blog post created as part of the Day of Archaeology initiative. The Day of Archaeology project aimed to provide a window into the daily lives of archaeologists from all over the world. The project asked people working, studying or volunteering in the archaeological world to participate in a 'Day of Archaeology' each year by recording their day and sharing it through text, images or video on the Day of Archaeology blog.The project asked anyone with a personal, professional or voluntary interest in archaeology to get involved, and help highlight the reasons why archaeology is vital to protect the past and inform our futures. The resulting Day of Archaeology project archive demonstrates the wide variety of work the archaeological profession undertakes day-to-day across the globe, and helps to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology to the modern world.The first ever Day of Archaeology was held in 2011 and, since then, the project had thousands of archaeologists take part in the event, from those working in the field through to specialists working in laboratories and behind computers. The last Day of Archaeology was on Friday 28th July 2017.

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    Authors: Gürses, Hakan;

    ÖZ BETONARME ÇERÇEVELERİN BETONARME DOLGU DUVARLARLA ONARIMI GÜRSES, Hakan Yüksek Lisans, İnşaat Mühendisliği Bölümü Tez Yöneticisi : Prof. Dr. Uğur Ersoy Ocak 1998, 89 sahife Depremde hasar gören binaların betonarme dolgulu duvarlarla onarımı ve güçlendirilmesi, oldukça ilgi çeken ve pratikte uygulanan bir yöntemdir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, betonarme dolgu duvarlarla onarılan betonarme çerçevelerin, deprem yükleri etkisinde davranışlarını incelemektir. Bu amaçla iki katlı, tek açıklıklı bir betonarme çerçeve deprem etkilerini temsil eden tersinir yükler altında hasar oluşuncaya kadar yüklenmiş, onarılıp güçlendirildikten sonrakırılıncaya kadar test edilmiştir. Betonarme dolgunun tipi ve betonarme dolgu ile çerçevenin bağlantı şekli deneylerin önemli noktaları olmuştur. Deney sonucunda betonarme dolgunun dayanım, rijitlik, yanal ötelenme ve süneklik üzerindeki etkileri belirlenmiştir. Dolgulu çerçeve modelinin dayanım ve rijitliği yönetmeliklerin ve araştırmacıların önerdiği ampirik formüllerle hesaplanmıştır. Analitik sonuçlarla deney sonuçları karşılaştırılmıştır. Anahtar kelimeler : Dolgulu çerçeve, betonarme, onarım, tersinen yükler, deprem. vı ABSTRACT REPAIRING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE FRAMES WITH REINFORCED CONCRETE INFILLS GÜRSES, Hakan M. Sc. in The Department of Civil Engineering Supervisor : Prof. Dr. Uğur Ersoy January 1998, 89 pages Repairing of framed structures damaged by an earthquake, using reinforced concrete infills, is commonly used in practice. The studies on this subject is increasing every day. The objective of this research was to investigate the behaviour of a repaired structure under lateral loads. A two-story, one-bay bare frame was tested under reversed cyclic loading. The frame was strengthened by placing a reinforced concrete infill and tested to infailure under a load history simulating the seismic action. Test results were evaluated to understand the effect of infill on strength, stiffness and lateral drift. Strength and stiffness were calculated by the empirical formulas proposed by the researchers and code recommendations. The results of the analytical predictions and experimental observations were compared. Key words : repairing, infilled frames, reinforced concrete, cyclic loading IV 89

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    During Mosman Municipal Council's Aboriginal heritage study a rockshelter in Botanic Reserve, Balmoral Beach (Figure 1), was identified as a site in which the deposits were being extensively disturbed by the activities of local children (Koettig 1991). Many years previous, midden deposits to a depth of one metre were removed during roadworks so that the surface of the deposit in the rockshelter was level with the adjacent road. However, archaeological materials (eg stone artefacts) continued being found in the rockshelter. This suggested that, even though a considerable depth of deposit had been removed, all of the archaeological deposits had not been removed. And, even though the surface of the remaining deposits were disturbed, there was a possibility that undisturbed deposits remained at depth in the site. If so, that these deposits would contain evidence of Aboriginal occupation pre-dating 2,000 or 3,000 years ago (Attenbrow 1992). ... Final report to Mosman Municipal Council on fieldwork undertaken in 1992

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