A review of spatial-explicit factors determining spatial distribution of land use/land-use change

  title={A review of spatial-explicit factors determining spatial distribution of land use/land-use change},
  author={Yasushi Mitsuda and Satoshi Ito},
  journal={Landscape and Ecological Engineering},
Land development is necessary for human progress, but its impact has resulted in the degradation of ecosystem services not only locally and regionally, but globally as well. Human behavior toward land use/land-use change (LULUC) must be examined and fully understood in order to achieve better land management. Several studies were recently conducted on LULUC patterns, suggesting a relationship between spatial distribution of LULUC and land attributes. We reviewed these studies and listed the… CONTINUE READING

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