By Basudeb Bhatta (auth.)
This ebook presents a entire dialogue on city progress and sprawl, and the way they are often analyzed utilizing distant sensing imageries. It compiles the perspectives of various researchers which assist in figuring out city development and sprawl; their styles, strategy, factors, outcomes, and countermeasures; how distant sensing facts and geographic info process strategies can be utilized in mapping, tracking, measuring, reading, and simulating the city development and sprawl; and the benefits and demerits of present tools and models.
Scientists and researchers engaged in city geographic learn will gain enormously from this publication, specifically while utilizing distant sensing imageries. publish graduate scholars of city geography or urban/regional making plans may well seek advice from this booklet for more information. This ebook also needs to help academicians whilst getting ready lecture notes and supplying lectures. execs in similar fields in will savour the tools and types mentioned in addition to the various citations.
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3 Consequences of Urban Growth and Sprawl 33 Fig. 7 Poor Air Quality Sprawl is cited as a factor of air pollution (Stone 2008), since the car-dependent lifestyle imposed by sprawl leads to increases in fossil fuel consumption and emissions of greenhouse gases (Stoel 1999). Urban sprawl contributes to poorer air quality by encouraging more automobile use, thereby adding more air pollutants such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic carbons, and microscopic particles (Frumkin 2002).
1). 9 billion by 2030. In comparison, the world’s rural population is expected to decrease by some 28 million between 2005 and 2030. At the global level, all future population growth will thus be in towns and cities; most of which will be in developing countries. The urban population of Africa and Asia is expected to be doubled between 2000 and 2030. This huge growth in urban population may force to cause uncontrolled urban growth resulting in sprawl. The rapid growth of cities strains their capacity to provide services such as energy, education, health care, transportation, sanitation, and physical security.
Urban growth is a sum of increase in developed land. One of its forms is expansion. Whereas, urban growth having some special characteristics (typically has a negative connotation) is sprawl. Urban growth can be defined in relation to Forman’s (1995) landscape transformation processes. Although the processes themselves are quite similar, the urban growth defines growth from the perspective of a growing urban patch while the landscape transformation processes define fragmentation types as a reduction of non-developed land-cover types.
Analysis of Urban Growth and Sprawl from Remote Sensing Data by Basudeb Bhatta (auth.)