Geographical Information and Planning: European Perspectives / Edition 1

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Overview

This book demonstrates the state of the art in the use of information systems and modelling methods in different spatial/geographical planning contexts. It provides a review of developments in the 1990s and detailed insights into the current application of geographical information technology in urban, physical, environmental and socio-economic planning. Important advances in the use of the Internet for access to data and to GIS for planning are also considered. Perspectives are provided by a wide range of contributors from academia, planning practice and the business world.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642085178
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 12/6/2010
  • Series: Advances in Spatial Science Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 454
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction
JOHN STILLWELL, STAN GEERTMAN AND STAN OPENSHAW Developments in Geographical Information and Planning Part I: Urban Planning and Design
IAN MASSER AND HENK OTTENS Urban Planning and Geographic Information Systems MICHAEL BATTY, MARTIN DODGE, BIN JIANG AND ANDY SMITH Geographical Information Systems and Urban Design Part II: Physical and Land Use Planning
STAN GEERTMAN Geographical Information Technology and Strategic Physical Planning GUY ENGELEN, STAN GEERTMAN, PETRA SMITS AND COEN WESSELS Dynamic GIS and Strategic Physical Planning Support: A Practical Application HENK J. SCHOLTEN, ROB VAN DE VELDE, PIET RIETVELD AND MAARTEN HILFERINK Spatial Information Infrastructure for Scenario Planning: The Development of a Land Use Planner for Holland ERIC RAPAPORT AND FOLKE SNICKARS GIS-based Road Location in Sweden: A Case Study to Minimize Environmental Damage, Building Costs and Travel Time ILYA ZASLAVSKY AND NAUM NAIMARK Development of the Urban Planning Cadastre in Russia MICHEL BERNARD AND PHILIPPE MIELLET Geographical Information and GIS in French Planning Part III: Environmental Planning
CHRISTOPHE CLARAMUNT, CHRISTINE PARENT, STEFANO SPACCAPIETRA AND MARIUS THRIAULT Database Modelling for Environmental and Land Use Changes DAVID KIDNER, ANDREW SPARKES AND MARK DOREY GIS and Wind Farm Planning ADRIAN MCDONALD, JIM FOSTER, ANDY SMITH AND HARRIET CANDY GIS Applications in the Water Industry JEAN-PAUL DONNAY Use of Remote Sensing Information in Planning Part IV: Socio-economic Planning
JOHN STILLWELL AND COLIN WINNETT Geographic Intelligence for Regional Planning DAVID MARTIN The Use of GIS in Census Planning SERAPHIM ALVANIDES AND STAN OPENSHAW Zone Design for Planning and Policy Analysis JOHN STILLWELL AND ROBERT LANGLEY Information and Planning in the Education Sector MARTIN CLARKE GIS and Strategic Business Planning MANFRED FISCHER Intelligent GI Analysis Part V: Geographical Information and Planning on the Internet
STEVE CARVER AND ROBERT PECKHAM Using GIS on the Internet for Planning CRISTINA GOUVEIA AND ANTONIO CAMARA Multimedia and Urban Planning CHRISTINE LEIGH, PETER DEW, RICHARD DREW AND JAYNE CURSON Integrated Information Directory Services: Facilitating the Transfer and Exploitation of Science and Technology on the World Wide Web Future Developments
STAN OPENSHAW Geocyber Planning in the Digital Democracy of 2099 Acronyms
Bibliography
Figures
Tables
Contributors

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