Simulating Urban Growth Using the SLEUTH Model in a Coastal Peri-Urban District in China

@inproceedings{Hua2014SimulatingUG,
  title={Simulating Urban Growth Using the SLEUTH Model in a Coastal Peri-Urban District in China},
  author={Lizhong Hua and Lina Tang and Shenghui Cui and Kai Yin},
  year={2014}
}
China’s southeast coastal areas have witnessed rapid growth in the last two decades, owing mostly to their economic and social attractions. In this paper, we chose Jimei, a coastal peri-urban district of Xiamen city on the southeast coast of China, as a study area to explore the district’s growth dynamics, to predict future sprawl during the next decade and to provide a basis for urban planning. The SLEUTH urban growth model was calibrated against historical data derived from a series of… CONTINUE READING

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