Using a GIS-based network analysis to determine urban greenspace accessibility for different ethnic and religious groups

@inproceedings{Comber2008UsingAG,
  title={Using a GIS-based network analysis to determine urban greenspace accessibility for different ethnic and religious groups},
  author={Alexis Comber and Chris Brunsdon},
  year={2008}
}
Greenspace access in an English city was analysed using a network analysis in a geographical information system (GIS). Access for different eligious and ethnic groups was compared with benchmark standards that form part of the UK government guidance on greenspace provision. espite having nearly more than twice the recommended amount of accessible greenspace per capita, its distribution and pattern show considerable ariation especially when spatially analysed with respect to ethnic and religious… CONTINUE READING
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