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Semester
Subject
Student Name
Krissh Chavan, Vaishnavi Gurnalkar, Krishna Khurusane, Prajakta Pai, Abhishek Suryavanshi
Allied Design - Landscape
IV
Ar. Swapna Hankare, Ar. Devayani Upasani, Ar. Swati Desai, Ar. Shweta Sonakia
Studio Conductors
Ar. Swapna Hankare, Ar. Devayani Upasani, Ar. Swati Desai, Ar. Shweta Sonakia

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Grasslands are one of the most widespread of all the major vegetation types of the world. The grassland biomes cover more than 20% of the earth’s surface. The grass is their dominant natural vegetation, it is a terrestrial biome that features vast open spaces consisting of scattered small shrubs and trees. The majority of grasslands are located in tropical developing countries where they are particularly important to the livelihoods of some one billion poor people. Grasslands provide important services and roles including water catchments, biodiversity reserves, cultural and recreational needs, and potentially a carbon sink to alleviate greenhouse gas emissions.

Ponds are under heterogeneous wetland typology Shallow, open-water wetlands are known locally by names such as ponds. A pond is a small area of still, freshwater. These small bodies of surface water, are less than about 7 ft in-depth and free of emergent plants, but often have floating-leaved vegetation. These wetlands and their fringing marshes can support relatively large populations of waterfowl, amphibians, and other animals.

We studied and illustrated these landscape typologies through the lenses of Grain plan, textural quality, color palette, sky plane and light, associated fauna, how the landscape is perceived, and what kind of sense of enclosure it creates.

Tropical Grasslands, Ponds

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