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(pronounced heet I-lehnd ih-FEHKT)

If you’ve studied for any of the LEED AP exams, you recognize this term because LEED guidelines lessen it. A “heat island" is an area of built environment that is

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(pronounced hehl-tehr SKEHL-ter)

As a child, this term was very confusing as it was associated with both a song by the handsome and famous

Example: In an effort

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(pronounced HAIR-ing-bohn)

This term describes a very traditional type of pattern in which rows of parallel lines in any two adjacent rows slope in opposite directions. It’s much harder to describe than it is