Inversions in Urban Density Gradients: A Brief Look at the Vancouver Metropolitan Area's Density Profile
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Andrejs Skaburskis: School of Urban and Regional Planning at the Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
Urban Studies, 1989, vol. 26, issue 4, 397-401
This paper presents an estimate of the Vancouver metropolitan area's density profile to show the presence of density gradient inversions. A number of explanations for the inversions are offered and the policy implications of the explanations are briefly discussed.
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