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    標題: A Study of Multilevel Causal Model for Land Use Change
    作者: Chang, Yao-Lin
    Hsia, Hao-Ching
    Hung, Yu-Ting
    貢獻者: 休閒與空間資訊研究所
    日期: 2009-06-24
    上傳時間: 2011-10-28 11:22:27 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Land resource is restricted and scarce, in order to avoid developing in inadequate manner, the evolutionary process of the land use change and the natural and artificial reasons should be considered to plan for the land use plan. The theoretical system and analytic frameworks will complete at first through documents studies, theories analysis and related references comparison. The analytic frameworks including three components, the first one is to master the key factors of land use change, the second one is to approach the casual relationships between the factors among land use change, and consequently is to establish the integrated multilevel analysis for urban land use change to interpret local land use
    change, which applied the concept of multilevel and through the land use change overall interpret model and individual spatial choice model. We hope it would be more complete simulation and forecast of land use change through this study, and helpful to the relevant studies.
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