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  • Recent development of land use in China in Land use in China.
  • Cultivated land is mainly used for growing staple foods. Factors exerting influence on land use are : the traditional Chinese way of intensive land use, population pressure as well as economic situation. The structure of recent developments of land
  • use exhibits altitudinal agricultural land use, intercropping of crops and trees, two-tier and multi-tier land use.
  • Urban land use transformation and determinants of urban land use size in China
  • China ; Economic reform ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Spatial allocation ; Town ; Urban development
  • An overview of the problems in urban land use and the impacts of economic reforms and planning policies on rapid urban land expansion and structural transformation is outlined. Statistical analyses reveal determinants of urban land size. This use
  • has been improved, and the size is related to urban reforms, land use adjustment, as well as to population growth and economic development.
  • Land use change and its corresponding ecological responses : a review
  • Biodiversity ; China ; Ecology ; Impact ; Land use ; Model ; Soil properties ; Sustainable development ; Water quality
  • Providing a scientific understanding of the process of land use change, the impacts of different land use decisions, and the ways that decisions are affected by a changing environment and increasing ecological variability are the priority areas
  • for research : explanation of scale dependency of drivers of land use change; quantification of driving factors of land use change; incorporation of biophysical feedbacks in land use change models; and underlying processes and mechanisms of ecological impacts
  • of land use change.
  • Suitability analysis of land use records of agricultural and forest land for detecting land use change on the case of the Pomurska Statistical Region
  • Agriculture ; Agroforestry ; Data ; Land use ; Monitoring ; Mura statistical region ; Rural area ; Slovenia ; The 2000's
  • The article presents the results of suitability analysis of agricultural and forestal land use records for the monitoring of land use change in Slovenia. Since the metadata of land use datasets are of crucial importance, the article exposes
  • the changing criteria for land use data acquisition. It also analyses land use change in the Pomurska Statistical Region in the period 2002–2011. The main objective was to verify the quality of used datasets for the critical and correct interpretation
  • and utilisation of land use data. - (IKR)
  • Watershed land-use planning under uncertainty
  • A model of watershed land-use planning is formulated that improves on existing models by recognizing that land-use decisions have uncertain outcomes and that land uses change over time. Implications of recognizing the distinction between land-use
  • Land transaction and following land use change in the central area of Nagano City, Japan
  • Honshu ; Inner city ; Japan ; Land use
  • This paper aims to examine the spatial distribution of traded land and the land use pattern before and after land transaction. The author analyzed this theme in Nagano City. - (KA)
  • Development and application of a land use capability classification for a selected area of Co. Laois
  • Results of a land use capability classification, based on soil, slope and altitudinal attributes. The classification does not imply that land should be always used at its maximum capability but seeks to determine the capability of land as an aid
  • to land use planning decisions.
  • Changes and perspectives in agricultural land-use and their geoecological consequences for the mountaiçn of Mallorca Island
  • Agricultural land use ; Agriculture ; Baleares ; Geo-ecology ; Land use ; Mallorca ; Mountain ; Rural change ; Social change ; Spain ; Tourism
  • An early use of bid rent functions
  • Housing market ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Model
  • The paper examines Launhardt's contributions to the bid rent function and the patterns of land use.
  • Agricultural land use dynamics in a sahelian environment. Does reality match hypothesized trends?
  • Agriculture ; Burkina ; Concept ; Land use ; Over-grazing ; Remote sensing ; Sahel ; Soil degradation ; Wasteland
  • The commonly held notion that marginal land, grazing areas or fallow land in the Sahel are increasingly brought into cultivation is discussed. Based on empirical evidence from three villages in the Oudalan Province, Burkina Faso, land use
  • at the local level is discussed. Commonly accepted theories concerning forces driving land use changes are compared to observed trends. Only a multidisciplinary and hierarchical framework will really suffice to analyse land use dynamics.
  • The impact of state land-use controls on residential land values
  • The AA. examine the effects of state land-use controls on the aggregate demand and supply of residential land. They estimate a-three-equation interjuridictional supply-demand model of land-use controls. Land-use regulations have a significant impact
  • on both the demand and supply of residential land as expected.
  • Urban land use in Tokyo in the early twentieth century : a comparison with Edo
  • Honshu ; Japan ; Land use ; Large city ; Tokyo ; Urban history ; Urban structure
  • This article aims to analyze the regional structure of Tokyo. To make the chronological change clearer, a comparison was made with the existing urban land use in the last stage of the Edo period. During the 50 years between the last stage of feudal
  • Edo and the early twentieth century, phenomenal changes occurred in land use. Nearly all feudal land uses gave away to such modern land uses as imperial, military, manufacturing and educational. - (KA)
  • The effects of land-use types and conversions on desertification in Mu Us Sandy Land of China
  • Agricultural land use ; Agro-pastoralism ; Arid area ; China ; Cultivated land ; Desertification ; Forest ; Land use ; Pastureland ; Shanxi ; Spatial distribution
  • Based on multi-temporal remotely sensed materials of both 1985 and 2000, the AA. analyzed the effects of land-use types and their conversions on desertification in Mu Us Sandy Land in the agro-pastoral transitional zone of north central China
  • reveals that both improper land-use types and conversions could accelerate the desertification process.
  • . In this study, the desertified land was classified into 5 degrees : potential, light, medium, severe and extreme. The results indicate that the extent of desertification expands slightly, while desertification degree is enhanced significantly. This research
  • A computer-based land resource information system. A geographical contribution to land use planning
  • Géographie humaine ; Land Capability Classification ; Land Resource Information System ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Système d'information ; Urbanisme ; Utilisation du sol
  • Land systems, land use and natural hazards in the lower Bino basin (Lesser Himalaya) India
  • Floods ; Gully erosion ; Himalaya ; India ; Land use ; Landslides ; Mountain ; Natural hazards ; Soil erosion
  • Land use divisions of this valley. Discussion of gully erosion that occurs during rainy season with suggestions for the mitigation of this kind of erosion. - (DWG)
  • Recent achievements in land use studies in Japan
  • Studies on land use in the 1980s are insufficient in many respects. Very little is known about the land use and related problems of this rapidly changing country. It is necessary to establish an independent and interdisciplinary area of study
  • capable of enhancing people's understanding of national land use and initiating sound proposals. - (SGA)
  • The use of remote sensing and landscape metrics to describe structures and changes in urban land uses
  • California ; Image analysis ; Land use ; United States of America ; Urban area ; Urban density ; Urban environment ; Urban landscape
  • The study introduces a methodology using information on image spatial form to describe urban land-use structures and land-cover changes that result from urban growth. The analysis is based on spatial analysis of land-cover structures mapped from
  • digitally classified of aerial photographs of the urban region Santa Barbara, California. The results show a useful separation and characterization of three urban land-use types : commercial development, high-density residential, and low-density residential
  • . Several important structural land-cover features are identified. For two test areas in the region, changes in the urban spatial land-use structure can be described and quantified with landscape metrics.
  • Land use/Land cover changes in the Czech Republic 1845-1995
  • Czech Republic ; District ; Land use ; Nineteenth Century ; Twentieth Century
  • An information on the long time research dealing with the land-use changes 1845-1948-1990 and 1995. The article outlines the evaluation of land-use structural changes at the district level of the country. The methodology used at the cadastral level
  • Long-term and current tendencies in land-use : case study of the Prague's environs and the Czech Sudetenland
  • Agricultural land use ; Arable land ; Bohemia ; Cultivated surface ; Czech Republic ; Forest ; Land use ; Prague ; Sudety
  • The main results of long-term analysis of land-use, of environmental and recreation potential of Prague's environs. In the same way were investigated the regions of Rachov, Domažlice and other parts of the western Bohemia borderland. For the current
  • state of transformation of the Czech agriculture the surplus of production is now typical. It is reflected in the way of use of the agricultural land resources. - (MS)
  • Land use change and land cover assessment in grazing reserves in Northwest Nigeria : a geographical analysis based on remote sensing and geographic information
  • Geographical information system ; Grassland ; Land use ; Landscape ecology ; Nigeria ; Remote sensing
  • The present thesis thrusts the case study of the Zamfara and Runka grazing reserves in northwestern Nigeria into the debate on cropland expansion and land cover change in semi-arid West Africa. It demonstrates the efficient use of geographic
  • information, GIS, and remote sensing in a context of poor geo-information and presents a timely analysis of land use and land cover change in this key resource area. - (IfL)