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Record number 479423
Title Simulating the expansion of large-sized farms in rural Netherlands: A land exchange model
Author(s) Alam, S.J.; Bakker, M.M.; Karali, E.; Dijk, J. van; Rounsevell, M.D.A.
Source Lecture Notes in Computer Science 8235 (2014)LNAI. - ISSN 0302-9743 - p. 115 - 128.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-54783-6_8
Department(s) Land Use Planning
WASS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2014
Keyword(s) ruilverkaveling - grote landbouwbedrijven - plattelandsplanning - landgebruik - landbouw - natuurbescherming - simulatie - achterhoek - gelderland - land consolidation - large farms - rural planning - land use - agriculture - nature conservation - simulation
Categories Rural Plans
Abstract This paper introduces a data-driven agent-based simulation model of rural land exchange in the Netherlands. The model development process is part of an ongoing research program aiming at understanding the effects of climate change and socioeconomic drivers on agriculture land use and nature conservation. The first model version reported in this paper, is being developed for the Baakse Beek region in the Netherlands and is empirically grounded. The general framework described in this paper will be applied to another case study area in the Netherlands in the second phase of our research program and compare the projected land use patterns in the two case studies region.
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