|Affiliations:||Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts||Title:||AHP conceptual framework for ranking the performance indicators of urban green lands in ameliorating urban microclimate||First page:||59||Last page:||61||Conference:||The Second National Conference on Information Theory and Complex Systems – TINKOS 2014||Issue Date:||2014||Rank:||M64||URL:||http://www.tinkos.cosrec.org/zbornici/tinkos_2014.pdf||Abstract:||
Urban planning and design largely influence the distribution of urban green lands (UGL), and thus, influence ecosystem services provision in urban areas. However, the link between land use management and complex ecosystem service are still not fully utilized. Better understanding of UGL indicators can provide information in decision making for urban planners and designers to prioritise land management interventions. In this paper, we develop a conceptual AHP framework for the systematic ranking of performance UGL indicators, to create link between the common urban land use types of greenery and ecosystem services provision in a spatially understanding manner.
|Keywords:||urban green lands | urban planning and design | AHP | ecosystem performance indicators|
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