Publications Using the Land Developability Index

 

The followings are the publications that have cited or used the land developability index.

 

Clement, M. T., Chi, G., & Ho, H. C. (2015). Urbanization and Land‐Use Change: A Human Ecology of Deforestation Across the United States, 2001–2006. Sociological Inquiry, 85(4), 628-653.

 

Clement, M. T., & Podowski, E. (2013). Intensifying the countryside: a sociological study of cropland lost to the built environment in the United States, 2001–2006. Social forces, 92(2), 815-838.

 

Levy, B. L., Mouw, T., & Perez, A. D. (2017). Why did people move during the Great Recession? The role of economics in migration decisions. RSF.

 

Chi, G., Kasu, B., & Hall, S. (2015). Economic and Demographic Impacts of Passenger Rail Systems: The Impact of Intercity Passenger Rails on Population and Employment Change in the United States, 2000–2010 (No. NCITEC Project No. 13-008). Mississippi State University. National Center for Intermodal Transportation for Economic Competitiveness.

 

Chi, G., & Marcouiller, D. W. (2013). In-migration to remote rural regions: The relative impacts of natural amenities and land developability. Landscape and Urban Planning, 117, 22-31.

 

Elliott, J. R., & Clement, M. T. (2017). Natural Hazards and Local Development: The Successive Nature of Landscape Transformation in the United States. Social Forces, 96(2), 851-876.

 

Kasu, B. B., & Chi, G. (2018). Transportation Infrastructures and Socioeconomic Statuses: A Spatial Regression Analysis at the County Level in the Continental United States, 1970–2010. Spatial Demography, 1-30.

 

Kasu, B. B., & Chi, G. (2018). Intercity Passenger Rails: Facilitating the Spatial Spillover Effects of Population and Employment Growth in the United States, 2000–2010. Journal of Urban Planning and Development, 144(4), 04018037.

 

Zhou, X. (2016). US population change: The roles of amenities and transportation (Doctoral dissertation, ProQuest Dissertations Publishing).

 

Skokanová, H., Havlíček, M., Borovec, R., Demek, J., Eremiášová, R., Chrudina, Z., ... & Svoboda, J. (2012). Development of land use and main land use change processes in the period 1836–2006: case study in the Czech Republic. Journal of maps, 8(1), 88-96.

 

Chi, G. (2012). The impacts of transport accessibility on population change across rural, suburban and urban areas: a case study of Wisconsin at sub-county levels. Urban studies, 49(12), 2711-2731.

 

Chi, G., & Marcouiller, D. W. (2013). Natural amenities and their effects on migration along the urban–rural continuum. The Annals of Regional Science, 50(3), 861-883.

 

Chi, G., & Ventura, S. J. (2011). An integrated framework of population change: Influential factors, spatial dynamics, and temporal variation. Growth and Change, 42(4), 549-570.

 

Ho, H. C., Knudby, A., & Huang, W. (2015). A spatial framework to map heat health risks at multiple scales. International journal of environmental research and public health, 12(12), 16110-16123.

 

Chi, G., & Marcouiller, D. W. (2013). In-migration to remote rural regions: The relative impacts of natural amenities and land developability. Landscape and Urban Planning, 117, 22-31.

 

Chi, G., & Ventura, S. J. (2011). Population change and its driving factors in rural, suburban, and urban areas of Wisconsin, USA, 1970–2000. International Journal of Population Research, 2011.

 

Maclaurin, G. J., & Leyk, S. (2016). Temporal replication of the national land cover database using active machine learning. GIScience & Remote Sensing, 53(6), 759-777.

 

Maclaurin, G. J., & Leyk, S. (2016). Extending the geographic extent of existing land cover data using active machine learning and covariate shift corrective sampling. International journal of remote sensing, 37(21), 5213-5233.

 

Chen, X., & Chi, G. (2012). Natural Beauty, Money, and the Distribution of Talent: A Local-Level Panel Data Analysis. Population Research and Policy Review, 31(5), 665-681.

 

Jia, M., Huang, Q., Li, M., & Hu, W. (2015). Illegal land use risk assessment of Shenzhen City, China. Journal of Maps, 11(5), 798-805.

 

Demény, K., Centeri, C., & Szalai, D. (2016). Analysis of land stability and land-use change processes in the 19–20th centuries: a case study in Gödöllő Hillside, Hungary. Acta Universitatis Sapientiae, Agriculture and Environment, 8(1), 39-49.

 

Maclauren, G. J. (2015). Reverse engineering the national land cover database: A machine learning algorithm for replicating land cover data in the spatial and temporal domains.

 

Ho, H. C., Knudby, A., Chi, G., Aminipouri, M., & Lai, D. Y. F. (2018). Spatiotemporal analysis of regional socio-economic vulnerability change associated with heat risks in Canada. Applied Geography, 95, 61-70.

 

Shapley, D. (2015). Isolation in the South: Poverty and transportation infrastructure in the Black Belt. Mississippi State University.

 

Chi, G., & Wang, D. (2018). Population projection accuracy: The impacts of sociodemographics, accessibility, land use, and neighbour characteristics. Population, space and place, 24(5), e2129.

 

Chi, G., & Ho, H. C. (2018). Population stress: A spatiotemporal analysis of population change and land development at the county level in the contiguous United States, 2001–2011. Land use policy, 70, 128-137.

 

Wang, R., Derdouri, A., & Murayama, Y. (2018). Spatiotemporal simulation of future land use/cover change scenarios in the Tokyo metropolitan area. Sustainability, 10(6), 2056.

 

Kasu, B. B., & Chi, G. (2018). The Evolving and Complementary Impacts of Transportation Infrastructures on Population and Employment Change in the United States, 1970–2010. Population Research and Policy Review, 1-27.