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Yeh, A.G. and Xia, L. (1997) An Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS Approach in the Monitoring and Evaluation of Rapid Urban Growth for Sustainable Development in the Pearl River Delta, China. International Planning Studies, 2, 193-210.
https://doi.org/10.1080/13563479708721678

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  • TITLE: GIScience for Sustainable Development

    AUTHORS: Mehrdad Jafari Salim

    KEYWORDS: Sustainable Development, GIScience, Spatial Data Infrastructure

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol.9 No.4, August 15, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Due to the importance of development and its impact on our life, in this paper we are going to elaborate on the Sustainable Development and its related issues. In the following, due to the essential role that GIScience can play on the success trend of Sustainable Development, GIScience will be defined and its importance will be discussed as an effective tool in its logical procedure of Sustainable Development. The decision making support systems—using Geo-information and spatial data—is merging increasingly into other disciplines design and techniques day by day. So It would be worth investigation on the technical aspects of sustainable development and its consideration in projects development in general, throughout the literature review and SD requirements. The successful sustained achievement will depend on clear “political” answerability for its reliability and local regulatory environment. It should be in harmony with the additional superior prescription and ruling at the national or international levels by the use and utilization of national spatial data infrastructure. The paper will ends up with a set of suggested practices in the development of Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI).