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Title:How We Will Grow: Baseline Projections of the Growth of California's Urban Footprint through the Year 2100 PDF Logo
Authors:Landis, John D.
Reilly, Michael
Issue Date:2003
Series/Report no.:Working paper / University of California, Institute of Urban and Regional Development 2003,04
Abstract:This report presents the results of a series of baseline population and urban growth projections for California's 38 urban counties through the year 2100. Presented in map and table form, these projections are based on extrapolations of current population trends and recent urban development trends. The next section, titled Approach, outlines the methodology and data used to develop the various projections. The following section, Baseline Scenario, reviews the projections themselves. A final section, entitled Baseline Impacts, quantitatively assesses the impacts of the baseline projections on wetland, hillside, farmland and habitat loss.
Document Type:Working Paper
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