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Smart Land-Use Analysis The LUCIS Model

ISBN-10: 1589481747
ISBN-13: 9781589481749
Edition: 2007
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Description: An indespensable guide for land-use planners, analysts, and students, this new book provides the information needed to understand and implement the innovative analysis model developed by the authors: the land-use conflict identification strategy  More...

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Book details

List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: ESRI, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/1/2007
Binding: Audio Cassette 
Pages: 277
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.002
Language: English

An indespensable guide for land-use planners, analysts, and students, this new book provides the information needed to understand and implement the innovative analysis model developed by the authors: the land-use conflict identification strategy (LUCIS). The LUCIS model uses the ArcGIS geoprocessing framework to analyze suitability and preference for major land-use categories, determine potential future conflict among the categories, and build future land-use scenarios. Case study data and the LUCIS geoprocessing models are provided on a supplemental DVD.

Introduction
The fundamental regional land-use equation
The LUCIS mission
What is LUCIS?
The origin of LUCIS
The five steps of LUCIS
Role-playing
Definitions
Basic GIS concepts
A brief history of GIS
Vector versus raster data
The ArcGIS geoprocessing framework
Basic vector analysis tools
Basic raster analysis tools
Logical arguments for suitability
A brief history of suitability modeling
Rules for combining spatial data
Single utility assignments for suitability modeling
Ranking strategies for single utility assignments
Multiple utility assignments for suitability modeling
The case study
Regional character
Context
Population growth
Household size and urban densities
Defining goals and objectives
Statement of intent
Goals and objectives
Goals and objectives for the Florida case study
A naming convention for managing models, input data, and results
Data inventory and preparation
Identifying potential data
Data accuracy
Data resources
Map projections
Cell size and the minimum mapping unit
Derived datasets and documentation
Dataset preparation for the Florida case study
Defining and mapping land-use suitability
General suitability concepts
Defining and mapping land-use suitability for the Florida case study
Integrating community values to determine land-use preference
Suitability becomes preference
Identifying potential land-use conflict
Remove lands whose use will not change
Normalize and collapse preference results
Conceptualized conflict
Conflict mapping
The case study models
Using the LUCIS results
Future land-use allocation
The fundamental regional land-use equation revisited
Six steps for visualizing future land use
Conclusion
The structural framework of LUCIS
The three most significant steps of LUCIS
Using LUCIS to visualize future land use
Where do we go from here?
Chapter assignments
Goals and objectives example
LUCIS case study goals and objectives
Agriculture data inventory

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