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dc.contributor.authorPallagst, Karina M.-
dc.descriptionIn areas that prosper from economic growth, like the San Francisco Bay Area, the population is likely destined to grow. Yet the combination of economic prosperity and population growth places a pressure on land use. In the US, but not only there, this pressure brings about a sprawling urban development pattern. As extensively explored in scholarly research, sprawl causes negative impacts on the environment and on the quality of life, resulting in, for example, decreased open space and environmental endangerment (Hayden 2002; Zovanyi 1998). At the same time, in areas confronted with urban growth, increasing real estate prices threaten the affordability of housing and commercial space.-
dc.subjectLand use United States Planningen_US
dc.titleGrowth Management in the USen_US
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