Pavement may refer to:
Pavement, in construction, is an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering. Paving materials include asphalt concrete, asphalt, concrete, stones such as flagstone, cobblestone, and sett (paving), setts, artificial stone, bricks, tiles, and some ...
, an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering
A road surface (British English
British English (BrE) is the standard dialect
A standard language (also standard variety, standard dialect, and standard) is a language variety that has undergone substantial codification of grammar an ...
, the durable surfacing of roads and walkways
Asphalt concrete (commonly called asphalt, blacktop, or pavement in North America, and tarmac, bitumen macadam, or rolled asphalt in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland) is a composite material commonly used to surface road surface, r ...
, a common form of road surface
A sidewalk (North American English), pavement (British English), footpath (Oceania, Oceanian English), or footway, is a path along the side of a road. Usually constructed of concrete or asphalt, it is designed for pedestrians. A sidewalk may acc ...
or pavement, a walkway along the side of a road
Cool pavement is a road surface that uses additives to reflect solar radiation unlike conventional dark pavement. Conventional dark pavements contribute to urban heat islands as they absorb 80–95% of sunlight and warm the local air. Cool pavement ...
, is pavement that delivers higher solar reflectance than conventional dark pavement.
Pavement is a street in the city centre of York, in England.
The area occupied by Pavement was outside the Roman city walls, but fairly central within the York city walls, Mediaeval walls of York. During the Anglo-Saxon and Viking eras, ...
, a street in York, in England
Image:Limestone pavement above Malham Cove.jpg, Limestone pavement above Malham Cove
A limestone pavement is a natural karst
Karst is a topography formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks such as limestone
, a naturally occurring landform that resembles an artificial pavement
A desert pavement, also called reg (in the western Sahara), serir (eastern Sahara), gibber (in Australia), or saï (central Asia) is a desert surface covered with closely packed, interlocking angular or rounded Rock (geology), rock fragments of ...
, a desert ground surface covered with closely packed rock fragments of pebble and cobble size
In geology and geomorphology, a tessellated pavement is a relatively flat Rock (geology), rock surface that is subdivided into more or less regular rectangles, blocks approaching rectangles, or irregular or regular polygons by Fracture (geology), f ...
, a rare sedimentary rock formation that occurs on some ocean shores
Image:Glacial grooves.jpg, 250px, Glacial grooves stemming from the Wisconsin glaciation at Kelleys Island, Ohio
Glacial striations or striae are scratches or gouges cut into bedrock by glacial Abrasion (geology), abrasion. These scratches and go ...
or glacial pavement, a rock surface scoured and polished by glacial action
Arts and entertainment
Pavement was an American indie rock band that formed in Stockton, California in 1989. For most of their career, the group consisted of Stephen Malkmus (vocals and guitar), Scott Kannberg (guitar and vocals), Mark Ibold (bass), Steve West (musicia ...
, an indie rock band from Stockton, California, US
* ''Pavement'' (magazine)
, a youth culture magazine
of the University of Coimbra, in Portugal
Portugal (), officially the Portuguese Republic ( pt, República Portuguesa, links=no ), is a country located on the Iberian Peninsula, in Southern Europe, southwestern Europe. It is the westernmo ...
, the traditional paving used in most pedestrian areas in Portugal
The word PAVE is a United States Air Force program identifier relating to electronic systems. Prior to 1979, Pave was said to be a code word for the Air Force unit responsible for the project. ''Pave'' was used as an inconsequential prefix identif ...
Pave may refer to:
* Pavement (disambiguation)
Pavement may refer to:
* Pavement (architecture), an outdoor floor or superficial surface covering
* Road surface, the durable surfacing of roads and walkways
** Asphalt concrete, a common form of roa ...
, a United States military electronic system program