8 elements of context / site analysis locationcontourszoningnoisetrafficutilitiesdrainageneighborhoodpedestriansdemographicsproperty shapeproperty sizesetbackseasementsclimateviewsvegetationman-made features
9 hard data usually relates to physical site data which involves no judgments site locationdimensionscontourson site featuresclimatezoningvegetation
10 soft data sensory and human aspects of the site that usually involve value judgments views from the siteviews to the sitebest approaches to the siteexistence of odorsexistence of noiseexistence of human activitytype of neighborhooddemographics
12 elements of context / site analysis Media: Thinking PaperFormat: Hand drawings / no instrumentsEqual size / scale base drawings of siteColor: Appropriate color to hierarchal element.General color uniformity across drawing set.Lettering: Uniformity and hierarchy in lettering
32 Special Regional Conditions Marilee Thomas of Beaver City, NE took this photograph of her daughter Audra about two miles from a Furnas County tornado in April 1989.This photograph is from a special edition of NEBRASKAland Magazine, entitled "WEATHER AND CLIMATE OF NEBRASKA" published in January with content prepared by the UNL Geoscience Climatology faculty and graduate students.