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082 04 307.1/2|223 
245 04 The future of cities and regions :|bsimulation, scenario 
       and visioning, governance and scale /|cLiliana Bazzanella 
       [and others], editors. 
264  1 Dordrecht ;|aNew York :|bSpringer,|c2012. 
300    1 online resource (ix, 363 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color), maps (some color). 
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337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Springer geography 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tSimulation, Scenario and Visioning, Government and 
       Governance, and Scale /|rLiliana Bazzanella, Luca Caneparo,
       Franco Corsico and Giuseppe Roccasalva --|tThe Relevance 
       of Engaging the Future in Planning Practices /|rFranco 
       Corsico and Giuseppe Roccasalva --|tChicago Metropolis 
       Plans 2020 /|rJim La Belle, Paul O'Connor and Giuseppe 
       Roccasalva --|tCommunities at the Crossroads: Using 
       MetroQuest to Help Communities Create Consensus Around a 
       Vision of the Future /|rMike Walsh and Sarah Burch --
       |tStockholm 2030 /|rGoran Johnson --|tGranTorino: Active 
       and Dialogue Making of the Metropolitan City /|rLuca 
       Caneparo --|tluci2, Scenarios, and the Hendricks County, 
       Indiana, USA, Comprehensive Plan /|rJohn R. Ottensmann and
       Don Reitz --|tApplication of Albatross for Scenario 
       Development: Future Travel Behavior in an Ageing 
       Population /|rTheo Arentze and Harry Timmermans --|tThe 
       Preparation of the Kona Region Community Development Plan:
       A Case Study in Visioning and Visualization /|rMichael 
       Kwartler --|tOil Vulnerability Scenarios and Regional 
       Visioning in Australia: The South East Queensland Regional
       Plan /|rJago Dodson and Neil Sipe --|tThe Bipolar 
       Metropolitan Region Vienna-Bratislava /|rPaul 
       Pfaffenbichler --|tChula Vista Research Project: 
       Integrating Energy Analysis and Planning at the 
       Neighborhood Scale /|rElise Novak, Ken Snyder and Doug 
       Newman --|tSpatial Elaboration of Long-Term Economic and 
       Demographic Trends: Future Land Use in the Netherlands /
       |rJudith Borsboom-van Beurden, Marianne Kuijpers-Linde and
       Barry Zondag --|tPorta Nuova Station, Turin /|rFranco 
       Corsico and Giuseppe Roccasalva --|tStockholm Central 
       Station /|rCreating Spatial Capital through Urban Design /
       |rLars Marcus and Tobias Nordstrom --|tThe Yerseke Case: 
       Using Simlandscape in an Area Development Approach /|rRob 
       de Waard, Wim van der Knaap and Kymo Slager --|tIntegrated
       Tools for Planning Support in an Online World /|rMichael 
       Batty. 
520    This guide for tomorrow's urban practitioner 
       systematically explains fifteen best practices across 
       three continents; it explores questions of broad interest 
       for designing and planning the future of cities and 
       regions. Key questions addressed are: Is simulation useful
       to explore the effects of different design, policy and 
       planning strategies? Which approach will help manage the 
       uncertainties of metropolitan areas both today and 
       tomorrow? What are the strengths and weaknesses of the 
       different simulation practices for city leadership, public
       and private partnership, and citizen involvement? The book
       reviews computer models and media, socio-political 
       initiatives, professional practices which help 
       communicating the future effects of different design, 
       political and planning strategies with a wide range of 
       aims: from information, through consultation, towards 
       active participation. These world best practices are 
       considered according to four leading issues for urban and 
       regional development, respectively Simulation, Scenario 
       and Visioning, Government and Governance, and Scale. The 
       book examines the approaches adopted technically and 
       procedurally. The selected knowledge and the innovative 
       tools used in each case study are among the most advanced 
       and up-to-date in the professional and research fields. 
       This volume successfully illustrates these innovative 
       practices and methodologies in a straightforward and 
       accessible way. 
650  0 Regional planning.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects
       /sh85112367 
653  4 Geography. 
653  4 Regional planning. 
653  4 Sustainable development. 
653  4 Human Geography. 
653  4 Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Bazzanella, Liliana.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n85265414 
776 08 |iPrinted edition:|z9789400725171 
830  0 Springer geography.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       no2012035970 
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990    SpringerLink|bSpringer English/International eBooks 2012 -
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