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Dawn Parker

On April 8, 2016 By

Dawn Parker is Professor in the School of Planning, Faculty of Environment, University of Waterloo, Canada. Her research focuses on the development of fine-scale models that link the drivers of land-use change and their socioeconomic and ecological impacts, with completed and ongoing projects on organic agriculture in California’s Central Valley, timber harvest and carbon sequestration […]

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WARM Project

On February 5, 2015 By

Urban intensification vs. suburban flight: An integrated residential land-use and transportation model to evaluate residential land-market form and function. Summary Outputs People News Summary Municipalities throughout Canada are challenged to make planning decisions to enhance economic competitiveness, the urban environment, and residents’ quality of life. Commonly applied planning interventions influence location incentives, including the diversity […]

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PDG Project

On January 29, 2015 By

Project Description: The SSHRC-funded Partnership Development Grant aims to unpack the causal relationships between light rail transit and core-area intensification. Summary Outputs People News The outward growth of cities after the Second World War has been extensively studied and the impacts documented. As a result of this foundational research, contemporary planning policy and investments promote […]

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