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  1. Politics of land use : the lengthy saga of Senate bill 100

    Theoretical literature on the politics of land use is so limited that original research into the problem was required. The drafting and enactment of Senate Bill 100 by the Fifty-seventh Session of the Oregon...

  2. 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.

  3. Land Use Framework Map

    A depiction of areas designated urban vs. non-urban in the Portland metropolitan region.

  4. Proposed Land Use Framework Map, Sheet 1

    Detail of Portland area, land use map from comprehensive plan.

  5. Proposed Land Use Framework Map, Sheet 2

    Large scale land use map from comprehensive plan

  6. Land Use Framework Map

    A depiction of areas designated urban vs. non-urban in the Portland metropolitan region.

  7. Planning the Oregon Way : A Twenty-Year Evaluation

    Oregon's pioneering land use system is nationally recognized and serves as a valuable model and benchmark for other states. This volume examines the Oregon system, describes its strengths and weaknesses, and...

  8. Land Use and Growth Impacts from Highway Capacity Increases

    This analysis examined the historical relationship between land use changes and the location of capacity increasing highway projects in the State of Oregon from 1970 to 1990. Aerial photography for 18 cities...

  9. 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...

  10. 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...

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