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Three scenarios for land-use change

Sylvia Prieler

Three scenarios for land-use change

a case study in Central Europe

by Sylvia Prieler

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Published by International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis in Laxenburg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Europe, Central
    • Subjects:
    • Land use -- Europe, Central -- Planning.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titles3 scenarios for land-use change
      StatementSylvia Prieler, Andrés P. Leskó, Stefan Anderberg.
      SeriesResearch report / IIASA ;, RR-98-3, Research report (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis) ;, RR-98-3.
      ContributionsLeskó, Andrés P., Anderberg, Stefan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD590.7.Z63 P75 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. :
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL469169M
      ISBN 103704501328
      LC Control Number98191158
      OCLC/WorldCa39883528

      Projecting future changes in LULC requires an understanding of the rates and patterns of change, the major driving forces, and the socioeconomic and biophysical determinants and capacities of data presented in this report is the result of an effort by USGS scientists to downscale the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on Emission Scenarios (SRES) to. Land-use change scenarios developed from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Special Report on Emission Scenarios (SRES), and Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs), as well as scenarios developed from historical land-use change datasets that include a range of mitigation and adaptation policies can be applied in the model.

      An ensemble of 10 hydrological models was applied to the same set of land use change scenarios. There was general agreement about the direction of changes in the mean annual discharge and 90% discharge percentile predicted by the ensemble members, although a considerable range in the magnitude of predictions for the scenarios and catchments under consideration was obvious. Population and Land Use/Cover Scenarios!"Convened by the Scenarios and Interpretive Science Coordinating Group of USGCRP!"June , !"Focus: subnational LCLUC scenarios (population scenarios addressed in related workshop)!"Topics:!"Survey existing data and scenarios!"Review state of science of projection methods.

      Urbanization is one of the important issues in fast developing countries, such as China, Turkey, Brazil, and South Africa. Therefore, sustainable urbanization strategies come into question while designing the cities. In this point, land-use suitability mapping for urban areas is of importance. Spatial information sciences, such as geographical information systems (GIS) and remote sensing are Author: Onur Şatir. Climate change and land use changes can raise water temperatures, and the cost of providing not only sufficient water but also sufficiently cool water presents a major challenge. Our data suggest that the likelihood of occurrence of native cold-water species, such as juvenile Chinook salmon, would decrease substantially if future river.


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Three Scenarios for Land-Use Change: A Case Study in Central Europe International Standard Book Number introduces the goals and key questions for the three scenarios.

Three Scenarios for Land-Use Change: A Case Study in Central Europe Sylvia Prieler Andr´es P. Lesk´o Stefan Anderberg RR May INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS LAXENBURG, AUSTRIA. International Standard Book Number Research Reports, which record research conducted at IIASA, are independently.

Land-use scenarios have been developed to help assess possible effects of accumulated heavy-metal pollution in the region. Because future land use and agriculture are highly uncertain, we have developed three radically different scenarios, all of which are possible but not equally probable.

Land Use Change. Land-use change is defined as greenhouse gas emissions from human activities which either change the way land is used (e.g., clearing of forests for agricultural use) or has an effect on the amount of biomass in existing biomass stocks (e.g., forests, village trees, woody savannas, etc.

Land-Use Change Scenarios, of land-use change in the recent three centuries This page book is part of ''Global Change - The IGBP Series'', and this volume discusses land-use and land.

Because of the vertical and horizontal heterogeneity of landscapes, researchers from many disciplines use land survey data. Zoologically oriented landscape ecologists study the effects of horizontal heterogeneity on animal populations (Merriam, ; Forman, ). Similarly, the data can be used to.

Land change modeling can account for complexity within dynamics of land use and land cover by linking with climactic, ecological, biogeochemical, biogeophysical and socioeconomic models. Additionally, LCMs are able to produce spatially explicit outcomes according to the type and complexity within the land system dynamics within the spatial extent.

Scenarios of land use/land cover change offer the possibility to project current and alternative future changes and, thus, allowing the mitigation of potential impacts and improve planning [2,5].They try to replicate the behaviour of past land use/land cover by considering not only the environmental suitability of the land to support specific land use/cover categories, but social and economic Cited by: 6.

Land Use Scenarios. Following completion As part of the land use inventory Community Plan update, three scenarios were created with varying intensities of land use.

These land use alternatives were the basis for an in-depth analysis of potential development impacts. The land use assumptions contained in the alternatives were. Surface runoff under various scenarios of land use change. The changes in various parameters in the watershed under three scenarios are shown in Figures 8– The organic N and P indicate an average decrease of about 4% likely due to growth in urbanization in scenarioAuthor: Arshad Ashraf, Muhammad Saleem Pomee, Muhammad MunirAhmad, Muhammad Yasir Waqar, Bashir Ahmad.

The calibrated models are applied to three land use change scenarios. In the scenarios, the projected patterns of land use are based on assumed average field sizes of ha, ha and ha, respectively.

These contrast with a current average field size of about by: Land Use Scenarios As part of the Community Plan update, three scenarios were created with varying intensities of land use.

These land use alternatives were the basis for an in-depth analysis of potential development impacts. The land use assumptions. Over the past few decades urbanization and population growth have been the main trend all over the world, which brings the increase of economic benefits (EB) and the decrease of cropland.

Cropland protection policies play an important role in the urbanization progress. In this study, we assess the trade-offs between EB and ecosystem services value (ESV) under three cropland protection policy. Scenarios that span a range of plausible future changes in key environmental parameters, such as weather and climate extremes, sea level, population, and land use, can help carry this out.

USGCRP has therefore coordinated the development of a set of scenario products, accessible atto support NCA4 by: 6. security, to contribute to the ongoing debates on land use trajectories and finally to identify new research questions.

Agrimonde-Terra proposes five exploratory scenarios of land use and food security in The first three scenarios are based on current competing trends identified in most world Size: 7MB.

In a simulation it also shows the changes of LULC under different scenarios, utilizing the model of system dynamics and the model of dynamic conversion of land use and its effects. The results show that 37% of the total land has undergone change.

Before being separated from Quang Nam Province (–), the LULC in Da Nang City changed. Land and soil underpin life on our planet. The way we currently use these vital and finite resources in Europe is not sustainable.

Human activities — growing cities and infrastructure networks, intensive agriculture, pollutants and greenhouse gases released to the environment — transform Europe’s landscapes and exert increasing pressure on land and soil. While land use change is generally linked to adverse environmental impacts, the simulation results showed that the future land use change in Skunk Creek watershed may lead to water quality improvement with reduction in surface runoff, sediment, nitrate and total phosphorus loadings for all three scenarios by: Downloadable (with restrictions).

Abstract The study presents three scenarios of land use and cover change (LUCC), the most important factor for environmental degradation in southern Mexico. We developed story lines and quantitative projections for regional scenarios based on historic LUCC processes, environmental policies, socioeconomic drivers, stakeholder consultations and official Cited by: 6.

This book ranks the top solutions to climate change. The results are surprising. A chat with Paul Hawken about his ambitious effort to “map, measure, and model” global warming solutions. Land is one of three major factors of production in classical economics (along with labor and capital) and an essential input for housing and food production.

Thus, land use is the backbone of agricultural economies and it provides substantial economic and social benefits. Land use change.For the Green Infrastructure project we first assessed historic land use change in Europe to simulate land use changes for two socio economic scenarios.

Please take a look at our publications section to find some scientific articles on scenario studies that we did.Santa Barbara region, California (UCIME, ), a scenario analysis of China’s land-use and land-cover change (Hubacek and Sun, ), and the Cambridge Futures study for the City of Cambridge, England (Echenique, ; Roberts,personal communication(1)).

At root, land-development scenarios are composed images of an area’s land-use.