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Cairo University (2011)

Land Suitability Analysis for Urban Green Areas using New Methods and Techniques

Marwa Adel El-Sayed

Titre : Land Suitability Analysis for Urban Green Areas using New Methods and Techniques

تحليل ملائمة المناطق الخضراء داخل المدن باستخدام الاساليب والتقنيات الحديثة

Auteur : Marwa Adel El-Sayed

Etablissement de soutenance : Cairo University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2011

Résumé
Sustainable urban development is essential to enhance the quality of life of citizens and to decrease the impact of cities upon resources outside the urban context. Redeveloping and planning green spaces and urban structure become the fundamentals of the sustainable urban planning of the city. An effective urban planning using recent technology is required to contribute to the social and physical development of the cities through promoting the land value. The thesis aims to develop a method to select the most suitable spaces for green areas, to maintain ecological balance and organization of the urban green areas, using Geographic Information System that assist in effective planning in green areas. Land suitability analysis, ecological threshold method, and landscape ecology principle is going to be applied on one of the Egyptian new cities in desert environment (10th of Ramadan), as the practical part is going to suggest a method of green network planning that would help in enhancing the connectivity and reduce the fragmentation through integrated greenway system. Results are going to reveal that the green ways could be developed to play a more significant role to bring nature into the city. Finally an ecological base for building and eco-city of 10th of Ramadan is proposed. ?

Mots Clés : Urban planning, Green spaces, New cities, Geographic information system

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