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India urban atlas : mapping the growth and expansion of India's 100 largest cities / Teja Malladi, Nilakshi Chatterji & Arindam Jana.

By: Malladi, Teja [author.].
Contributor(s): Chatterji, Nilakshi [author.] | Jana, Arindam [author.] | Vadehra, Nishtha [editor.] | Indian Institute for Human Settlements [issuing body. ].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookProducer: Bengaluru, Karnataka : Indian Institute for Human Settlements, 2017Description: 151 pages : colour maps, illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 979387315549 (hardback).Subject(s): Cities and towns -- Growth -- Maps -- India | Land use, Urban -- Maps -- India | Urbanization -- Environmental aspects -- India | Landscape changes -- India -- History -- Maps | Metropolitan areas -- Maps -- IndiaDDC classification: 333.770954 MAL Online resources: See her for abstract https://doi.org/10.24943/urbindia.2017 Summary: The India Urban Atlas 2017 tracks urban expansion of India’s 100 largest cities. The Atlas presents land cover change maps from around the two Census periods (2001 and 2011) and 2017, and a built-up area change map for urban areas over this period. Land cover change of built-up areas, vegetation and water bodies are analysed over this period to enable a better understanding of the relationship between urban growth, land cover and regional environmental change, which can be viewed in the context of urban population growth trends since 1951.--Publisher description.
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Book Book Indian Institute for Human Settlements, New Delhi
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The India Urban Atlas 2017 tracks urban expansion of India’s 100 largest cities. The Atlas presents land cover change maps from around the two Census periods (2001 and 2011) and 2017, and a built-up area change map for urban areas over this period. Land cover change of built-up areas, vegetation and water bodies are analysed over this period to enable a better understanding of the relationship between urban growth, land cover and regional environmental change, which can be viewed in the context of urban population growth trends since 1951.--Publisher description.

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