Architecture and Planning ETDs

Abstract

Identification of man-made hazards is an initial step in planning recommendations for mitigation of man-made hazards. This project entailed a participatory process that engaged the local community in identifying man-made hazards specific to Aneth. The man-made hazards have challenged the community in managing potential damages, physical, environmental and economic losses due to pollution and contamination from man-made hazards. The development of this professional project has revealed some pathways to environmental protection for the Aneth Chapter, which could be the first Navajo Nation Chapter to move towards the development of a plan for mitigation of man-made hazards based upon the identification of the hazards. To realize the local potential, the analysis and recommendations through this project affords numerous points of reference for consideration, planning, and action.

Language

English

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Community and Regional Planning

Level of Degree

Masters

Department Name

School of Architecture and Planning

First Advisor

Jojola, Theodore

First Committee Member (Chair)

Fleming, William

Second Committee Member

Henkel, David Jr

Keywords

Man-made hazards, Aneth Chapter

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