SLEUTH urban growth model

cutting-edge research regarding urban dynamics through environmental simulation modeling of urban growth SLEUTH urban growth model that
complement population-driven models but focus on spatial pattern and extent. to assess historical and predict future land use change in the study region.

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LUX at Central Park Student Apartments Won’t Be Ready In Time

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The East West Divide

How North Carolina Was Settled And Why It Matters

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The earliest migrations were mostly English from the Tidewater area of southeastern Virginia and spread past the Great Dismal Swamp into the northeastern part of North Carolina. South Carolinians moved north into the Lower Cape Fear region to establish pine plantations for the booming ship building industry in the port city of Wilmington, NC. These newcomers included mostly Scotch-Irish Presbyterians and Baptists. These two coastal regions remain as distinct as the direction the rivers flow. Continue reading

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Triangle Quarterly Trend Report

How are things in the Triangle? I get asked this a lot from locals and out of town folks. It’s a general question that necessitates a quick and easy to understand response. This is our most basic signature report, with a normal language format that’s not too heavy on statistics. In the early stages of your investment strategy you need to get a general feeling for what’s going on. If you only invest in one type of property its vitally important to understand that each of the following land uses can affect the others. We cull all of the data and pull out only the biggest trends that shape growth & development in your market.
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Big-Data Tools Keep Coming At Us

dependency ratioGraphics, charts, rankings and presentations abound, but how does that help you specifically? In the past two weeks, I have found several new websites that provide the next generation of useful resources for databases. I believe that a lot of small company sites, such as Realtors, will be made less relevant with such modern tools becoming available from more advanced sources.

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