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Journal:   ENVIRONMENTAL BASED TERRITORIAL PLANNING (AMAYESH)   Winter 2019 , Volume 11 , Number 43 #g00659; Page(s) 1 To 20.
 
Paper: 

Ranking Urban Areas Based on the Distribution of Land use and Urban Services and its Impact on Population Spatial Distribution (A Case Study of the regions of Marand)

 
 
Author(s):  ASGHARI ZAMANI AKBAR*, Alizadeh Zenouzi Shahin, GHORBANI RASOUL
 
* University of Tabriz, Tabriz, Iran
 
Abstract: 
The amount and distribution of municipal service applications can play an important role in the space mobility in urban areas and cause population and demographic changes. Since one of the criteria for sustainable development is a balanced distribution of population, providing urban services and applications should be spatially fair and well balanced. In the present study, the city of Marand with 12 types of services and urban uses has been examined. The objectives of this study are to investigate the distribution and use of services in various areas of Marand and ranking those areas according to the existing capita in these areas as well as the recognition of the balance of demographic balance in the urban areas as well as identifying the effect of distribution services on demographic imbalance in the area. In order to achieve the first objective VIKOR and SAW models and CopLand model were used. For achieving the second goal Spearman model was used. The results showed that the distribution of services is not manipulated well in Marand and the results of all three models Vikor, Saw, and Cap Land model showed that districts 1 and 3 had the first and second rank as far as access to services is concerned and the fifth district had the last rank. A comparison between the obtained results and those of Spearman shows that there is no significant relationship between the population and capita distributions.
 
Keyword(s): urban services,spatial distribution,spatial justice,capitation,Marand
 
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