Integrated Land Use and Environmental Models: A Survey of Current Applications and Research / Edition 1by Subhrajit Guhathakurta
Pub. Date: 12/03/2010
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
The authors of this volume follow four interrelated themes. In the first section 'Evolving Definitions - Changing Practices' the fundamental shifts in urban modeling practices are examined in relation to the new theoretical and computational advances in the field. The second section 'Ecologic Processes and their Land Use Implications' provides current examples of
The authors of this volume follow four interrelated themes. In the first section 'Evolving Definitions - Changing Practices' the fundamental shifts in urban modeling practices are examined in relation to the new theoretical and computational advances in the field. The second section 'Ecologic Processes and their Land Use Implications' provides current examples of ecological models that influence land use policy and planning. 'Visualization, Representation and Communication' deals exclusively with the science and art of geographic data generation and representation techniques. Finally the section on 'Socioeconomic Implications of Transportation and Land Use' examines the traditional domain of urban models from a sociological and environmental perspective and offers new insights on transportation planning.
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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- Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2003
- Product dimensions:
- 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.24(d)
Table of Contents
Section I: Evolving Definitions—Changing Practices.- 1. Advances in Urban and Environmental Modeling: Surveying the Terrain and Demarcating Frontiers.- 2. New Developments in Urban Modeling: Simulation, Representation, and Visualization.- 3. Integrating Knowledge about Land Use and the Environment Through the Use of Multiple Models.- Section II: Ecologic Processes and Their Land Use Implications.- 4. How We Will Grow: Baseline Projections of California’s Urban Footprint Through the Year 2100.- 5. Linking Land-use Change with Ecosystem Processes: A Hierarchical Patch Dynamic Model.- 6. Adaptive Management of Complex Socio-environmental Systems in the Southwestern United States: Examples of Urbanizing Watersheds in Arizona and Texas.- 7. Dynamic Spatial Modeling of Urban Growth on the San Pedro Watershed.- Section III: Visualization, Representation, and Communication.- 8. Texture as a Property of Remote-sensed Images: Augmenting Standard Spectral Classification Techniques Identification of Built Patches on the Upper San Pedro Basin Landscape.- 9. Balancing Measurement Precision with Cognitive Efforts in Weighting Method Selection.- Section IV: Socioeconomic Implications of Transportation and Land Use.- 10. Modeling the Reciprocal Relationship between Metropolitan Roadway Expansion and Urban Land Development with Elementary Extensions to Environmental Consequences.- 11. Reexamining the Geography of the Urban Labor Market: A Case Study of the San Francisco Bay Area.- 12. Modeling Opportunity: Employment Accessibility and the Economic Performance of Metropolitan Phoenix Neighborhoods.- 13. Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) Review of the Maricopa Region and the MAG Socioeconomic Projection Process.- Contributor Biographies.
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