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Prof.dr.ir. Taeke M. de Jong Prof.dr.ir. C. van den Akker Ir. D. de Bruin Drs. M.J. Moens

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  1. Sun wind water earthlifeliving legends for designAR2U070 Territory (design) 5ECTSAR0112 Civil engineering for dummies (calculations) 2ECTS Prof.dr.ir. Taeke M. de Jong Prof.dr.ir. C. van den Akker Ir. D. de Bruin Drs. M.J. Moens Prof.dr.ir. C.M. Steenbergen Ir. M.W.M. van den Toorn http://team.bk.tudelft.nl/ >education

  2. Natural history at Naturalis

  3. Division of the Plant Kingdom

  4. Biodiversity according to the CBS Biobase

  5. Dutch respon-sibilityPercentage of theEuropean bird population

  6. Kinds of responsibility B Very threatened BA Very threatened, important internationally BD Very threatened, vulnerable C Threatened CA Threatened, important internationally D Vulnerable DA Vulnerable, important internationally

  7. Habitat responsibility

  8. The distribution of two world-wide rare species marsh fleawort (moerasandijvie) black-tailed godwit (grutto)

  9. The influence of climatic changes on vegetation

  10. Landscape changes since the last ice age

  11. Legend units • Global • Continental • National • Regional

  12. Gobal and continental types

  13. R=1000kmContinental areas of vegetation

  14. R=100km: National counties of flora

  15. Dunes and rivers Dispersion of marram (helm) Dispersion of greater burdock (grote klis)

  16. Holocene and Pleistocene Dispersion of meadow barley (veldgerst) Dispersion of wavy hair-grass (bochtige smele)

  17. Holocene forests

  18. Pleistocene forests

  19. Peat forests

  20. Other national typologies

  21. The condition of measure The smaller the open area the less animals could find a habitat. But that is not the case for botanical biodiversity as far as their dispersion is not dependent on big animals.

  22. Possibilities for nature (H+N+S)

  23. Possibilities for recreation (H+N+S)

  24. The EHS for the Netherlands The EHS worked out on Internet for the province of South Holland and the Gelderse poort

  25. Nature target groups

  26. Lay-out, conservancy, development

  27. Nature-target types per physical–geographical region

  28. Nature-targets higher sandy soils

  29. Elaborated targets 300 m.

  30. Higher sandy formations

  31. Northern coast formation

  32. Mid-West coast formation

  33. Boulder clay formation

  34. South Limburg

  35. Verlanding

  36. Ecologicaltolerance

  37. Quality = f(variation)

  38. The ecologist’s view • Andrewartha (1961):Ecology is the scientific study of the distribution and abundance of organisms. • Krebs, C.J. (1972, 1992): Ecology is the scientific study of the the interactions that determine the distribution and abundance of organisms. • Begon; Harper; Townsend (1996): Ecology is the scientific study of the the interactions that determine thedistribution and abundanceof organisms, populations and communities.

  39. The designer’s view: state of dispersion(form)

  40. Alternatives of form: states of dispersion on one level of scale

  41. Types of ecology decreasing human centred approach

  42. Environmental science: society and environment Environment according to Udo de Haes Environment in technical sense

  43. World population and agricultural surface

  44. Agricultural grain surfaceper person

  45. Yield per hectare

  46. A paradox of scale One species, perhaps counting 80% ‘unhealthy’ specimens, is healthy enough to oust 1000 other species on 1 new species by evolution per year. Which risk do we count?

  47. Possible futures

  48. Types of ecology decreasing human centred approach

  49. Autecology:population and habitat Gadwall duck (krakeend) 04 Garland Weed Class (eendekroosklasse)

  50. States of dispersionon different levels of scale