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Norrman, J. (author), Volchko, Y. (author), Maring, L (author), Hooimeijer, F.L. (author), Broekx, S. (author), Garcao, R. (author), Beames, A. (author), Kain, J.H. (author), Ivarsson, M. (author), Touchant, K. (author)
Land take as a result of urbanization is one of the major soil threats in Europe. One of the key measures to prevent further urban sprawl and additional land take, is redevelopment of urban brownfields: underused urban areas with, in many cases, soil and groundwater pollution. The latter issue can be a bottleneck for redevelopment of brownfields...
report 2015
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Hooimeijer, F.L. (author)
The planning culture in the Netherlands is based on the experience of building cities on very wet and soft soils. The design of Dutch polder cities was from early on a balance between land and water: building site preparation. The relation between technological development and urban development can be ordered in six phases: natural (-1000),...
journal article 2010