Brightfield for the Bright Future

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dc.contributor.author Coleson, Adam
dc.contributor.author Doppke, Lauren
dc.contributor.author Grossniklaus, Michael
dc.contributor.author Jones, Elise
dc.contributor.author Leach, Kaelyn
dc.contributor.author Lundy, Enzo
dc.contributor.author Pytel, Matthew
dc.contributor.author Slate, Kaylie
dc.contributor.author Snowden, Eric
dc.contributor.author Terrell, Christian
dc.date.accessioned 2021-09-03T13:47:30Z
dc.date.available 2021-09-03T13:47:30Z
dc.date.issued 2021
dc.identifier.uri http://cardinalscholar.bsu.edu/handle/123456789/202816
dc.description.abstract In Spring 2021, ten second-year urban planning major students, Adam Coleson, Lauren Doppke, Michael Grossniklaus, Elise Jones, Kaelyn Leach, Enzo Lundy, Mattew Pytel, Kaylie Slate, Eric Snowden, and Christian Terrell, in PLAN 203 Regional Analysis and Design of Ball State University conducted solar potential analysis for brownfields in Muncie, Indiana. In collaboration with Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter with the generous support from Ball State University’s Immersive Learning Office, students applied Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to study the ownership of the brownfields, current land use and zoning ordinances, preexisting conditions, and then analyzed solar PV potentials using publicly available PV watts tool developed by the US Department of Energy. en_US
dc.subject Brightfield en_US
dc.subject Brownfield en_US
dc.subject DOUP en_US
dc.subject ecap en_US
dc.subject Urban Planning en_US
dc.title Brightfield for the Bright Future en_US


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