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Record number 540918
Title Modelling and mapping urban soils
Author(s) Stoorvogel, J.J.; Manen, I. van; Vasenev, V.I.
Source In: Megacities 2050: Environmental Consequences of Urbanization. - Cham : Springer (Springer Geography ) - ISBN 9783319705569 - p. 36 - 40.
Event Cham : Springer (Springer Geography ) - ISBN 9783319705569 VI International Conference on Landscape Architecture to Support City Sustainable Development, Moscow, 2016-09-12/2016-09-14
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-70557-6_5
Department(s) Soil Geography and Landscape
PE&RC
Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing
Publication type Contribution in proceedings
Publication year 2018
Keyword(s) Land cover modelling - Soil classification - Soil survey
Abstract Urbanization is an important trend in global land cover change and seriously impacts the soil resources. However, there is no clear definition for urban areas. As a result estimates of urbanization and its effects on soil resources vary widely. Urbanization can be modelled in different ways with a specific focus on environmental conditions, temporal dynamics and spatial patterns. The processes underlying urbanization require a hybrid approach that combines the different methods. Similarly, the unique conditions of the urban environment require specific surveying techniques for the soil resources. The global debate on urbanization and its environmental impacts calls for a rapid standardization of definitions and methodologies to come with proper information on rates and impacts.
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