Claire Napawan is an assistant professor within the Department of Environmental Design at UC Davis. Her research focuses on urban public open spaces and their role within the evolving city.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
From Spaces to Flows: Re-Evaluating the Role of Urban Parks in the Post-Industrial City

Through an evaluation of social, political, and economic contributors to recent post-industrial parks, this paper identifies the new role residual landscapes play within city development, beyond the purely formal.

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Expanding San Francisco’s Landscape Productivity: Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change

This paper examines the contradictions between development plans in San Francisco and projected impacts of climate change, and theorizes the expanding role urban landscapes might play to ease these conflicts.

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Published online: September 5, 2014

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