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  1. Water and Land Use Planning: A Case for Better Coordination

    Over the next 30 years, the population of Oregon is expected to grow by 1.6 million residents, of which half is expected to locate in the three counties comprising the Portland metropolitan region. At current...

  2. Interview with Stephen Kafoury

    Interview with Stephen Kafoury by Dillon Mahmoudi on May 29, 2015. Stephen Kafoury was an Oregon State Representative and served as the Chair of the Joint Committee on Land Use during the adoption of the...

  3. Interview with Bob Rindy (on Goal 10)

    Interview with Bob Rindy by Sy Adler on May 16, 2017 focused on Goal 10 of Oregon's Statewide Land Use Planning Program. Bob Rindy is Legislative Coordinator for the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and...

  4. Interview with Mark Greenfield (on Goal 10)

    Interview with Mark Greenfield by Jim Irvine in 2017 focused on Goal 10 of Oregon's Statewide Land Use Planning Program. Mark Greenfield is a Portland-area attorney specializing in land use. He has represented...

  5. The Lumberman's Frontier: Three Centuries of Land Use, Society, and Change in America's Forests

    A review of the book "The Lumberman's Frontier: Three Centuries of Land Use, Society, and Change in America's Forests," by Thomas R. Cox is presented.

  6. Land Use Planning in Oregon: The Quilt and the Struggle for Scale

    The history of planning in Oregon in the latter part of the 20th century is in many respects a history of the state attempting to reassert its interests in local planning and zoning after having granted the...

  7. Land Use Mix and Pedestrian Travel Behavior: Advancements in Conceptualization and Measurement

    Smart growth policies have often emphasized the importance of land use mix as an intervention beholding of lasting urban planning and public health benefits. Past transportation-land use research has identified...

  8. Time Varying Parameter Models for Catchments with Land Use Change: the Importance of Model Structure

    Rapid population and economic growth in South-East-Asia has been accompanied by extensive land use change with consequent impacts on catchment hydrology. Modelling methodologies capable of handling changing...

  9. Quantifying Uncertainty in Urban Flooding Analysis Considering Hydro-Climatic Projection and Urban Development Effects

    How will the combined impacts of land use change, climate change, and hydrologic modeling influence changes in urban flood frequency and what is the main uncertainty source of the results? Will such changes...

  10. Interview with James Ross

    Interview with Jim Ross by Jim Knight on June 15, 2015. Jim Ross worked in land use planning in Marion County and served as the director of the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.

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