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A Study Of Quantity Control Over Hillside Development In Taipei County Area

Price

Free (open access)

Volume

39

Pages

10

Published

2000

Size

1,039 kb

Paper DOI

10.2495/URS000251

Copyright

WIT Press

Author(s)

T.-Y Hsiao & Y-H. YU

Abstract

Hillsides with varying slopes account for about 88% of the total area of Taipei county. In order to reasonably control land resources, this paper presents a so- called indicator control system using the Delphi method which is still theoretical and in need of long-term, continued development. These indicators are produced by many representative and development quantities, and each indicator is weighted. However, further developing this indicator system, and applying it to regional development control in Taipei County will require many preparatory operations and follow-up items. This study, therefore, provides simplified "transient-type" development quantity control criteria. The production and major objectives of the said criteria are to facilitate related environmental protection a

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