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A Policy Perspective of the Development of Dutch Land-Use Models

  • Marianne Kuijpers-LindeEmail author
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Part of the GeoJournal Library book series (GEJL, volume 101)

Abstract

Preceding chapters show how land-use models have been used successfully in recent years to support decision-making processes for the formulation of new spatial policy strategies. In several of those chapters (see Chapters 4, 6 and 8), studies are described that explore the potential spatial patterns that may result from different policy alternatives related to, for example, climate change, the stimulation of bioenergy production and various strategies of urbanisation . This chapter focuses on future policy-related research questions that need to be addressed by the LUMOS toolbox. It describes, therefore, the LUMOS research agenda from a policy perspective.

Keywords

Policy Instrument Spatial Planning Spatial Development Strategic Environmental Assessment Knowledge Input 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.TNO Urban DevelopmentDelftThe Netherlands

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