• 110 Citations
  • 5 h-Index
19962020
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Earth & Environmental Sciences

disaster
earthquake
agricultural land
spatial planning
land use change
compaction
land use planning
renewal policy
risk perception
data envelopment analysis
urban renewal
policy implementation
decision making
spatial analysis
GIS
land use
zoning
road
urban development
fault zone
spatial data
equity
vulnerability
mitigation
river basin
accessibility
urban planning
city
regional planning
public
simulation
resource
analysis
services
ecoregion
network analysis
engineering
carrying capacity
method
analytical framework
prioritization
water
planning
space use
planning practice
urban green
green space
economics
carbon

Engineering & Materials Science

Land use
Disasters
Planning
Earthquakes
Zoning
Compaction
Decision making
Geographic information systems
Economics
Greenhouse gases
Rapid transit
Data envelopment analysis
Medical problems
Urban planning
Pavements
Catchments
Gas emissions
Fires
Information systems
Energy utilization
Disaster prevention
Rivers
Water
Communication
Autocorrelation
Regional planning
Food supply
Information technology
Social aspects
Brining
Flood control
Biodiversity
Difference equations
Students
Electric network analysis
Decision support systems
Bioactivity
Statistics
Monitoring
Sustainable development
Time series
Hazards

Social Sciences

Taiwan
land use
natural disaster
disaster
public facility
urban sprawl
zoning
planning
urban renewal
policy implementation
spatial planning
transaction
decision making
regulation
data analysis
equity
evaluation
urban development
acceptance
literacy
river
globalization
resident
water
simulation
digital divide
efficiency
information system
sustainable development
student
budget
traffic
paradigm
cause
suburb
value change
regression
urban planner
migration policy
economics
New Zealand
model analysis