Projecting Customers Using a GIS Land Use Forecasting Modelby Jacqueline Borrego,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Water Management in the '90s: A Time for Innovation
Abstract: The Salt River project originally developed the Land Use Forecasting Model to understand the pattern of urbanization of agricultural and desert land in metropolitan Phoenix. The model allocates future land uses to forty-acre parcels based on factors influencing development such as access to freeways, proximity to railroads, and adjacency to intersections. Projecting the distribution of future growth by land use type allows us to study the impact of future water and electrical customers on our system.
Subject Headings: Land use | Geographic information systems | Forecasting | Client relationships | Water resources | Hydrologic models | Municipal water | Model analysis | Highways and roads | Arid lands | Arizona | North America | Phoenix | United States
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