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"The wheels that transformed the city: the historical development of public transportation systems in Shanghai, 1843-1937"
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-09-03)
The city of Shanghai was transformed from a treaty port of around half a million people when the British first arrived after the end of the Opium War to become the most populous, prosperous, and cosmopolitan metropolis in ...
Policy drought: water resource management, urban growth, and technological solutions in post-world war II Atlanta
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-01-11)
By the dawn of the twenty-first century the City of Atlanta was facing a crisis of water quantity and water quality. It was involved in two-decades worth of litigation with the states of Alabama and Florida over access to ...