Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Urban Agglomeration

Edited by Mustafa Ergen

Siirt University, Turkey

People living in rural areas migrate to urban areas to secure better qualities of life, education, and health facilities and also because they believe that urban settings offer more livable conditions. These appealing features have led to rapid population growth in urban areas, which has resulted in problems that need to be solved through different urban planning and design approaches. In conjunction with this book, a supplemental resource, which both provides and proposes solutions based on innovative approaches to urbanization problems that emerge from urban agglomeration, has been created. This resource supplement shall also serve as a guide to future urban development efforts. In effect, this book will play an important role in compensating for the limited number of resource books on urbanization. This book is intended to be a reference source for scientists and students interested in the subject.

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Urban AgglomerationEdited by Mustafa Ergen

Published: March 21st 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70025

ISBN: 978-953-51-3898-3

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3897-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4093-1

Copyright year: 2018

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1. Urban Agglomeration and Supporting Capacity: The Role of Open Spaces within Urban Drainage Systems as a Structuring Condition for Urban Growth

By Marcelo Gomes Miguez, Aline Pires Veról, Andréa Queiroz da Silva Fonseca Rêgo and Ianic Bigate Lourenço

459

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2. Characteristics of Urban Agglomerations in Different Continents: History, Patterns, Dynamics, Drivers and Trends

By Wolfgang Loibl, Ghazal Etminan, Ernst Gebetsroither-Geringer, Hans-Martin Neumann and Santiago Sanchez-Guzman

822

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3. A Multilevel Approach to Urban Regional Agglomerations: A Swedish Case of Transition Paths toward a “Fossil-Free Society” by 2050

By Uno Svedin and Hans Liljenström

302

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4. The Multivariated Effect of City Cooperation in Land Use Planning and Decision-Making Processes: A European Analysis

By Luís Carlos Loures, Rui Alexandre Castanho, José Manuel Naranjo Gómez, Ana Vulevic, José Cabezas and Luis Fernández-Pozo

279

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5. The City as an Experimental Space: The Interface between Public Satisfaction and Effects on Urban Planning Resulting from Kampala City’s Sprawl

By Fred Bidandi

286

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6. Scaling in Urban Complex Systems: Mexico City Metabolism

By Aida Huerta-Barrientos

390

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7. Promotion of Smart Community Strategy in Vietnam’s Binh Duong Province

By Tetsuro Saisho

344

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8. Wicked Water Systems: A Review of Challenges and Opportunities

By Tamara Anna Streefland and Yoram Krozer

312

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9. Waste in the City: Challenges and Opportunities for Urban Agglomerations

By Jutta Gutberlet

740

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10. The Corbusier Dream and Frank Lloyd Wright Vision: Cliff Detritus Vs. Urban Savanna

By Yuemin Jin, Jon Burley, Patrica Machemer, Pat Crawford, Haoxuan Xu, Zhen Wu and Luis Loures

246

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11. Do Degradation of Urban Greenery and Increasing Land Prices Often Come along with Urbanization?

By Yu-hsin Tsai, Jhong-yun Guan and Yu-Hsin Huang

230

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12. The Corridor Island: A New Space to Redesign the Landscape of Tenerife

By Miguel Ángel Mejías Vera

352

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13. Land and Infrastructure Development in Peri-Urban Areas: Case Study of Gomti Nagar, Lucknow, India

By Kana Ram Godha

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