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Ding, Xiaoling (author)
Flooding is one of the most destructive climate disasters. Since the 21st century, the United States, Thailand, China, and many other countries have been hit by flash floods, which not only exposed the vulnerability of the urban system expansively but also serves as an opportunity to promote resilient city construction. The research begins by...
master thesis 2022
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YUAN, BOWEN (author)
The outbreak of the pandemic in 2020 took a huge toll on Wuhan. The community in metropolitan areas has played a key role in China's pandemic control as a key battleground for closed management and become the focus of society under the pandemic prevention and control. <br/>However, its exposure of weak coping capacities makes building community...
master thesis 2022
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Irfan, Annam (author)
The thesis is situated in a contested region at the border between India and Pakistan along a shared basin of River Jhelum. It investigates the impact of rapid urbanization amidst a conflict that strained vernacular-water relationships and evolved over centuries. These local ties of a water-based community called Haenji were the strength and...
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den Brave, Renske (author), van Doormaal, Thijn (author), Kuster, Tom (author), Termote, Daniëlle (author), Veen, Cristel (author), Westerink, Daan (author)
This study aims to create a redevelopment plan for the riverfront of Rosario by proposing a new spatial plan. This redevelopment plan is based on four themes that fall in line with the vision of the municipality in order for the riverfront to reach its full potential. These four themes are accessibility, safety, innovation and sustainability...
student report 2022
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Mulder, Milou (author), Stecher, Emilie (author), Tarozzo Kawasaki, Maria (author), te Velde, Roos (author), Wu, Jiaying (author)
The Netherlands, and in particular South–Holland, is to a large extent below sea level, making the region vulnerable to environmental challenges linked to climate change. According to IPCC, a sea-level rise of two to five metres is not excluded, while the Delta committee advised the government recently to not invest in new infrastructure in the...
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Šiško, Josip (author), Tomić, Hrvoje (author), Gašparović, Sanja (author), Šiško, Darko (author)
Spatial planning is at the core of every economic and social development of city. Key element in the process of spatial planning is information, that is traditionally a cadastre and land book. The change in property values has been considered as the result of the planning process, but in the last decade researches have seen a huge importance of...
conference paper 2022
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Hauser, S.J. (author), Aktürk, Gül (author)
Port regions are hubs connecting a nation and its hinterland to the rest of the world. Port cities' authorities and actors have always dealt with pressures and compromises in the sharing of space between agriculture, tourism, industry, and urban developments. The limited availability of land created conflicting uses over time especially when...
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Nefs, Merten (author), Daamen, T.A. (author)
In Europe, very large distribution centres (XXL DCs) are increasingly appearing on planning agendas due to their growing spatial footprint and environmental impacts. Although the emergence of XXL DCs has gained traction in academic research, empirical knowledge about the process that leads to their oft-debated location choice, geometry and...
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Nefs, Merten (author), Zonneveld, W.A.M. (author), Gerretsen, Paul (author)
Like other countries with large ports, the Netherlands developed a policy narrative to acquire a key position in global value chains starting in the 1980s, through the spatial development of its hinterland logistics complex. The negative environmental effects of logistics, such as landscape transformation and congestion, have increasingly come...
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Rocco, Roberto (author), Faludi, A.K.F. (author)
“Chasing Territorialism” gathers short texts by Emeritus Professor Andreas Faludi, originally written as blog posts over a period of two years.<br/><br/>In Andreas’ words: “Stimulated by an, albeit brief, encounter with Albania celebrating Europe Day, I began blogging about the continuing relevance of criticising territorialism, as I’d done in...
book 2022
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Meng, M. (author), Dabrowski, M.M. (author), Xiong, L. (author), Stead, D. (author)
Given the greater risk of flooding in cities due to climate change, spatial planning systems are increasingly expected to contribute to flood resilience. However, incorporating expanded adaption measures in conventional planning practices remains a major challenge due to institutional barriers. Based on the theories of historical...
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Milyana, Nur An Nisa (author), van Loenen, Bastiaan (author), Korthals Altes, Willem (author), Ploeger, Hendrik (author)
Public participation is an important prerequisite for the success of spatial planning. Technology can help improve the quality and amount of public participation in spatial planning. This paper describes the development of the User Experience (UX) design guideline named ‘4PHASE toolkit’. The toolkit was used to create a web-based GIS prototype,...
conference paper 2021
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Wei, Baokun (author)
The project envisioned a social-ecological resilient waterfront for Rotterdam. By focusing on the outer dike area of Rotterdam, it aims to protect the port from flooding ,and at the same time create more nature habitat for biodiversity. With creating a resilient river, it can re-realize the role of industry and reconnect them into resource flows...
master thesis 2021
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Nur An Nisa Milyana, Nur An-Nisa (author)
In modern-day spatial planning, the implementation of public participation has increased to find a balance between two major actors: the government as the powerholder and citizens as the individual affected by planning decisions. Cities are required to redefine their public participation strategies by adopting modern tools to increase their...
master thesis 2021
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Conijn, Laura (author)
In the United Kingdom spatial challenges are formed due to a significant erosion rate, especially on the southeast coastline, where the soil has a weak resistance to erosion (Masselink &amp; Russell, 2013; Hurst et al, 2016). This erosion causes the soil to be washed away until no soil remains (Dornbush et al, 2006). Ecology, society and urban...
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Hou, Zhe (author)
With the development of the social economy, the traditional urban work and rest pattern of working during the day and resting at night has gradually changed. The night-time economy has become a new engine for urban regeneration, economic growth and cultural creation.The growth of tourism in Amsterdam has also benefited from its inclusive and...
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Kreulen, Marijne (author)
This thesis builds on the proposition that the ocean is both an urban and social space. Therefore, marine planning needs to consider socio-cultural risks and opportunities to be deemed sustainable. This reconceptualisation is especially relevant for the Barents Sea, where retreating sea ice leaves the ocean more accessible to marine traffic and...
master thesis 2021
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Subendran, Johnathan (author)
This research project aims to understand the spatial and procedural implications of planning and spatial justice in conditions of oppressive power and conflict. Ambitions towards spatial justice amongst marginalized ethnic minority populations are at further risk if liberal notions of government and planning continue to operate under the...
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Shenoy, Rohan (author)
The educational industry is just starting to respond to the developments that have been occurring during the digital revolution. An important issue that is prominent in a classroom, gradually adapting to the new digital environment, is that the focus is placed more on the technology then the individual. The theory of flow, as introduced by...
student report 2021
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Baart, Tessa (author)
Climate change is affecting the urban environment in the Netherlands, which increases the risks of droughts, floods, waterlogging, and heatwaves. Consequently, the cities we build many years ago are not resilient to climate change in the long run. In response the national government created the Delta Plan on Spatial Adaptation (DPRA) to adapt to...
master thesis 2021
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