Peri-urban areas act as source for nature quality in cities: using a spatial simulation model to explore ecological urban-rural relations

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCollaborative planning for the metropolitan landscape; regional strategies for smart growth: when city and country collide. S.l., ISOMUL / Western Washington University, 2002, p. 120 + cd-rom
EditorsK. Haaland, B. Smith
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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    Snep, R. P. H., Opdam, P. F. M., Baveco, J. M., Wallis de Vries, M., & Timmermans, W. (2002). Peri-urban areas act as source for nature quality in cities: using a spatial simulation model to explore ecological urban-rural relations. In K. Haaland, & B. Smith (Eds.), Collaborative planning for the metropolitan landscape; regional strategies for smart growth: when city and country collide. S.l., ISOMUL / Western Washington University, 2002, p. 120 + cd-rom
    Snep, R.P.H. ; Opdam, P.F.M. ; Baveco, J.M. ; Wallis de Vries, M. ; Timmermans, W. / Peri-urban areas act as source for nature quality in cities: using a spatial simulation model to explore ecological urban-rural relations. Collaborative planning for the metropolitan landscape; regional strategies for smart growth: when city and country collide. S.l., ISOMUL / Western Washington University, 2002, p. 120 + cd-rom. editor / K. Haaland ; B. Smith. 2002.
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    Snep RPH, Opdam PFM, Baveco JM, Wallis de Vries M, Timmermans W. Peri-urban areas act as source for nature quality in cities: using a spatial simulation model to explore ecological urban-rural relations. In Haaland K, Smith B, editors, Collaborative planning for the metropolitan landscape; regional strategies for smart growth: when city and country collide. S.l., ISOMUL / Western Washington University, 2002, p. 120 + cd-rom. 2002