Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: an attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities.

@article{Jagoon2009UrbanizationAS,
  title={Urbanization and subsurface environmental issues: an attempt at DPSIR model application in Asian cities.},
  author={Karen Ann Bianet Jago-on and Shinji Kaneko and Ryo Fujikura and Akimasa Fujiwara and Tsuyoshi Imai and Toru Matsumoto and Junyi Zhang and Hiroki Tanikawa and Katsuya Tanaka and Backjin Lee and M Taniguchi},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2009},
  volume={407 9},
  pages={3089-104}
}
This paper synthesizes existing information and knowledge on subsurface environments to understand the major cause and effect relationships of subsurface environmental issues by using the DPSIR (Driving force-Pressure-Status-Impact-Response) approach as the framework of analysis. Description is given to the major subsurface environmental issues common among the selected Asian cities (Bangkok, Jakarta, Manila, Osaka, Seoul, Taipei and Tokyo), such as excessive groundwater abstraction, land… CONTINUE READING

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