Volume 16.2 Fifteenth Anniversary Issue (1990)
Editors: L. Dale McKeel, Sara J. Hendricks, Margaret C. Stewart, and John P. Gliebe
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|WATERSHED PROTECTION: PROBLEMS & POSSIBILITIES
Wegner, Judith Welch
This article describes the steps taken by Carrboro, Chapel Hill, and Orange County North Carolina representatives to improve the regulatory scheme of the University Lake watershed.
|A REPORT CARD ON URBAN EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION CONTROL IN NORTH CAROLINA
Burby, Raymond; Kaiser, Edward; Luger, Michael; Paterson, Robert; Malcom, H. Rooney; Beard, Alicia
This article discusses how a survey of 128 construction sites in North Carolina turned up evidence that practice falls short of state goals to curb urban erosion and sedimentation. Policy options are further discussed.
|GREENWAY USE AND USERS: AN EXAMINATION OF RALEIGH AND CHARLOTTE GREENWAYS
Furuseth, Owen; Altman, Robert
Greenway planning & development should reflect users and usage. Almost no effort has been made to follow up on greenway usage with empirical evidence. Planning perceptions and conjecture may be inappropriate.
|THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING AND SEA-LEVEL RISE ON COASTAL NORTH CAROLINA
Wilms, R. Paul
This article discusses the potential effects and policy implications of sea-level rise on coastal North Carolina.
|DOWNTOWN REVITALIZATION AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION IN SMALL TOWN AMERICA: A CASE STUDY OF TARBORO, NORTH CAROLINA
Brown, E. Watson; Hankins, Wes
This article describes Tarboro’s efforts, focusing on downtown revitalization and historic preservation with economic development.