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method to assess the implications of future urban expansion on rural land

Chris Cocklin

method to assess the implications of future urban expansion on rural land

by Chris Cocklin

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Published by Lands Directorate, Environment Canada, 1982. in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use, Rural -- Canada.,
  • Land use -- Canada -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChris Cocklin and Barry Smit.
    SeriesWorking paper / Canada. Lands Directorate -- no. 23
    ContributionsSmit, Barry, Canada Land Use Monitoring Program
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 40 p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21010523M
    ISBN 100662120582

      ity of land resources and future agricultural productivity (Lubowski et al. ). Urbanization presents many challenges for farmers on the urban fringe. Conflicts with nonfarm neighbors and vandalism, such as destruction of crops and damage to farm equipment, are major concerns of farmers at the urban fringe (Lisansky, ). This paper introduces the evolution of urban land expansion and the sustainable land use policy of the Shenzhen Government since The policy covers the reduction in rural-to-urban land conversion, the delineation of urban growth boundaries, arable land reclamation and the establishment of farmland protection areas, urban redevelopment, and.

    Over half of the world’s population already lives in cities, with a massive increase in urban population projected by , and an anticipated increase in urban land cover that is about twice the increase in urban population (Seto et al., ). Rates of urbanization are spatially uneven, with Asia and Africa projected to account for as much as 86% of projected urban growth . This paper analyzes the urban-rural land-use change of Chongqing and its policy dimensional driving forces from to , using high-resolution Landsat TM (Thematic Mapper) data of , and , and socio-economic data from both .

      Urban areas face daunting economic challenges that have increased in scope in recent years. At the same time, cities provide exciting opportunities for growth and revitalization. The interplay of. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS (EOLSS).


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Method to assess the implications of future urban expansion on rural land by Chris Cocklin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Method to assess the implications of future urban expansion on rural land. [Place of publication not identified]: Lands Directorate, Environment Canada, (OCoLC) Future urban land expansion will continue to take place on prime agricultural lands.

We observe a total loss of crop pro-duction of % (–%) due to urban expansion. On average, the cropland lost to urban expansion is times as productive as the average global croplands.

Our results hence confirm evidence Fig. by:   Future urban land expansion will continue to take place on prime agricultural lands. We observe a total loss of crop production of % (–%) due to urban expansion.

On average, the cropland lost to urban expansion is times as productive as the average global by: Urban areas are extending further into peri-urban and rural areas, such that urban expansion is taking arable land out of food production-resulting in about % loss of global croplands by.

Urban expansion often occurs on croplands. However, there is little scientific understanding of how global patterns of future urban expansion will affect the world's cultivated areas. Here, we combine spatially explicit projections of urban expansion with datasets on global croplands and crop by: Urban expansion: refers to the extension of urban landscapes to the surrounding areas mainly, peri-urban area resulting in the loss of agricultural lands, and natural beauty.

Zoning: a method of land use control employed by local governments that imposes different land use controls in. land to urban expansion in Saharanpur City between and It shows how such techniques allow a detailed mapping of land use changes and includes details of the location of the agricultural land losses, the nature of the land use changes that caused these and the quality of the agricultural land that was lost.

The paper. problems and lastly the pattern of urban expansion are the major ones. To regulate the impacts of urban expansion that found in the town the participation of government and dwellers of the town are very necessary. Keywords: agriculture land, urban expansion, peasant, urbanization.

GJHSS-B Classification: FOR Code: (Nicodemus et al, ). Peri-urban areas are zones of transition from rural to urban land uses located between the outer limits of urban and regional centers and the rural environment (Adeboyejo et al., ).

The horizontal expansion of urban centers has a great impacts on the peri-urban area ; in terms of. Section 5 looks at the policy implications of rural urban migration.

Several policies are presented in section 5, showing their impact on the rural-urban migration process, and the importance of having an appropriate balance between rural and urban areas in policy making. The case study approach is used in sections 6 and 7 to apply the concepts.

However, the expansion of built-up areas has put pressure on land and caused significant loss of agriculture land affecting the likelihood of the farming communities at the peri-urban area. Overtourism is an emerging concept facing the world’s main tourist destinations.

The growth that tourism has undergone in recent decades is of two different types. On the one hand, the development of new technologies and the creation of low-cost airline carriers have increased tourism levels, leading to growth even in emerging economies. On the other hand. The new land classification scheme consisting of nine one-digit categories (cultivated land, orchards, forest, other agriculture land, urban construction land, rural construction land, water area, and unused land) and 23 two-digit categories is presented in this paper to reveal the accurate complexity of land use change in Wuhan, especially the.

More than half of the world population now lives in cities, and urban expansion continues as rural people move to cities. This results in the loss of land for other purposes, particularly soil for agriculture and drainage.

This book presents a review of current knowledge of the extension and projected expansion of urban areas at a global scale. Urban land expansion suggests both declining agricultural land and a higher level of urban development.

It is expected that land scarcity will trigger a more intensive use of agricultural land (Ewert et al., ), while urban development increases off-farm employments, which will enhance the opportunity costs of more intensive farming.

Tracking urban expansion One way of exploring future urban land expansion is to look at past trends of the same. A recent meta-analysis of peer-reviewed studies based on remote sensing (Seto et al.

; referred to as the Seto et al. study henceforth) reports a worldwide increase in urban land area of alm km2 from to this is about twice the. Therefore, urban ‘land take’– the process of non-urban areas being converted to urban areas— and its consequences for other land systems, is now of increasing importance in land change assessments.

Second, urban land and rural land have often been considered as mutually exclusive systems. In developing countries like Ethiopia rural-urban migration affects development in both urban and rural areas. As such, this study aims at establishing the major causes and consequences of the movement of people from rural to urban areas.

To achieve the objective migrant household heads were selected randomly from three kebeles of the town. on how rural areas are classified. For example, targeting of assistance programs for education, access to medical services, poverty alleviation, and broadband expansion depends on the status of these services in an area.

Eligibility for assistance programs will depend on whether an individual is classified as living in a rural area. five million people live and work within a land area of square kilometers ( square miles).

Given its small size, it's important to carefully plan for the economic growth and future development of the island nation. That's why Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA), Singapore's national land. Urban expansion zones and the urban perimeter, for example, are important instruments that, in theory, can control the city’s encroachment into rural areas, preserv- ing the latter and making the best possible use of the in- frastructure installed in already occupied areas.

However, these instruments are notoriously used to create urban.the broad-ranging impacts of urbanization on rural land use and the implications for sustainable rural land use, placing the analysis in the context of the wide range of situations found around the world.

While the range of situations is indeed large, a caricature is often used in this text by contrasting processes, impacts, and policy in older.The main aim of this study is to assess the impact of rapid expansion of Sebeta town on livelihood of farmers living on peri-urban town is recently expanded over the peripheral areas due to combined factors like potential land in the area in attracting investments activities, proximity to the national market and accessibility for various types of infrastructures.