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Title : EFFECT OF URBAN FORMS: TOWARDS THE REDUCTION OF CO2 EMISSIONS
Company : National Institute for Environmental Studies
File Name : Makido.pdf
Size : 223857
Type : application/pdf
Date : 22-Jul-2010
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Yasuyo Makido, Yoshiki Yamagata, Shobhakar Dhakal

For the past few decades, urbanization has been occurring at a rapid pace. The relationship between urban density and energy consumption, which are accompanied by emissions of greenhouse gases, is still not conclusive. This study examined the relationship between urban form and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from urban areas in 50 cities in Japan. We employed satellite imagery to delineate urban areas. The maps of administrative boundary were used to clip urban regions from each scene of satellite image. The clipped images were classified into a binary class: urban built-up and others.
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