The Landuse Evolution and Impact Assessment Model. L E A M. a distributed modeling environment. Brian Deal Don Fournier. Problem: Rampant Urban Growth. Southern California urbanization. environmental impacts water quality and quantity.
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The Landuse Evolution and Impact Assessment Model
L E A M
a distributed modeling environment
a decision support system is needed to improve the gaps in our basic understanding of the urban community, their dynamics and transformation, resource requirements, and landscape sustainability
dynamic spatial modeling
University of Illinois
ERDC - CERL
L E A M
OPEN SPACE SWITCH
portion of the 1965 vehicle trip map for Kane County
Q in cm
Amount of Runoff
N in Runoff
the development of regional sustainable indices as they relate to community interaction variables, climate change, ecological factors and urban risk assessments
The overall goal of the DSS should be to improve the gaps in our basic understanding of the urban community, resource requirements, and landscape sustainability.