Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Sustainable Urbanization

Edited by Mustafa Ergen

Siirt University Email

The rapid urbanization that began with industrialization has begun to cause many problems. New approaches are emerging today to minimize these problems and make urban areas more livable. These problems include insufficient social facilities in urban areas for increasing populations due to migration and unbalanced use of green areas, water, and energy resources due to urbanization. Careless consumption and the pollution of natural resources will cause people many more problems in the future than they do today in urban development. Many professional disciplines have noticed this unbalanced development in urban areas. Urban areas have larger populations than rural areas today. Urban areas are developed neglectfully. Sustainability is needed as a criterion for urban areas to develop in a more livable and healthy fashion. Sustainable urban development approaches are seen in many fields, ranging from land use to the use of natural resources in urban areas.

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Sustainable UrbanizationEdited by Mustafa Ergen

Published: September 28th 2016

DOI: 10.5772/61627

ISBN: 978-953-51-2653-9

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-2652-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4179-2

Copyright year: 2016

Books open for chapter submissions

17158 Total Chapter Downloads

9 Crossref Citations

23 Dimensions Citations

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1. Sustainable Urbanization in the China‐Indochinese Peninsula Economic Corridor

By Dong Jiang, Jingying Fu and Gang Lin

805

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2. The Environmental Dimension of Urban Design: A Point of View

By Ilaria Giovagnorio and Giovanni M. Chiri

1460

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3. Metrics in Master Planning Low Impact Development for Grand Rapids Michigan

By Jon Bryan Burley, Na Li, Jun Ying, Hongwei Tian and Steve Troost

886

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4. Effects of Urbanization and the Sustainability of Marine Artisanal Fishing: A Study on Tropical Fishing Communities in Brazil

By Simone F. Teixeira, Daniele Mariz, Anna Carla F. F. de Souza and Susmara S. Campos

803

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5. Towards Sustainable Sanitation in an Urbanising World

By Philippe Reymond, Samuel Renggli and Christoph Lüthi

1791

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6. Brownfield Redevelopment in Turkey as a Tool for Sustainable Urbanization

By Gökçen Kılınç Ürkmez

768

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7. The Relationship Between Sustainable Urbanisation and Urban Renewal: An Evaluation of Trabzon City Sample

By Aysel Yavuz

935

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8. Smart Specialisation Strategies as Drivers for (Smart) Sustainable Urban Development

By Claudia Trillo

795

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9. Mapping the Land-Use Suitability for Urban Sprawl Using Remote Sensing and GIS Under Different Scenarios

By Onur Şatir

1368

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10. Remote Sensing Studies of Urban Canopies: 3D Radiative Transfer Modeling

By Lucas Landier, Nicolas Lauret, Tiangang Yin, Ahmad Al Bitar, JeanPhilippe Gastellu-Etchegorry, Christian Feigenwinter, Eberhard Parlow, Zina Mitraka and Nektarios Chrysoulakis

1047

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11. A Theoretical Framework on Retro-Fitting Process Based on Urban Ecology

By Selma Çelikyay

961

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12. The Analysis of Turkish Urban Planning Process Regarding Sustainable Urban Development

By Okan Murat Dede

1187

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13. Landscape Ecology Practices in Planning: Landscape Connectivity and Urban Networks

By Ebru Ersoy

1253

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14. Relation Between Land Use and Transportation Planning in the Scope of Smart Growth Strategies: Case Study of Denizli, Turkey

By Gorkem Gulhan and Huseyin Ceylan

3104

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