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Urban Development and Anthropogenic Climate Change: Experience in Indian Metropolitan Cities

 
R.B. Singh (Author) Bhuwan Kumar (Author)
Synopsis Urban induced climate change has become the key global issue in the recent years. Urban land use and cover changes are the main driving force of such changes. This is a complex and difficult task, mainly due to the scarcity of observations and tedious computational requirements. The recognition in the 1990s that air pollution is a key global key issue as well as the lack of data available to investigate fundamental processes occurring in the troposphere led the scientific community to call for a worldwide effort to address pressing issues. The book is an outcome of the research programme addressing above issues taking empirical evidence from the metropolitan cities of India. The book adopts a perspective to consider the critical problems and policy strategies for cities in the 21 century. The study attempts to evaluate a number of qualitative and quantitative techniques for integrated assessment together with the changing role of urban geometry of the cities in the third millennium. Combining an academic understanding with an empirical approach to the problems together with policy perspective in the Indian metropolitan cities, its is useful for students, researchers, and teachers coming from urban studies, town planning, atmospheric sciences, environmental studies, geography, technology and policy science.
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About the author

R.B. Singh

R.B. Singh is presently Reader Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He has to his credit 26 books and about 150 research papers. The UNESCO/ISSC (Paris) awarded him 1998 Research and Study Grants Award in Social and Human Sciences. He has also presented papers in international seminars in more than 30 countries related to emerging frontiers of geography like disaster management, GIS, remote sensing, environmental studies, climate variability and urban and regional development.

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Title Urban Development and Anthropogenic Climate Change: Experience in Indian Metropolitan Cities
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178270633
length 216p., Tables; Figures; Maps; 23cm.