Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques for Studying the Large Roman Urban System Expansion during the Last Twenty Years: A Combined Approach
Several determinants, such as rapid populace shifts, poorly organized fields, and a lack of data for monitoring city growth and land use change, can contribute to the ongoing challenges for dimensional planning and tactics in megacities such as Rome. This study was conducted to question the past and present effects of the urbanization process, happen over the large Roman city system, on the basis of multi-beginning and multi-temporal ocular remote sensing (RS) dossier, collected middle from two points 1990 and 2013. These modifications were then validated utilizing Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques in a specific process for urban land/land transformations. The proposed arrangement, which is established geostatistical methods, was used to calculate the index of creative space (AP Index), that is useful for monitoring the wonder of urban sprawl. There is strong evidence of city expansion in the city’s northward-eastern quarter, accompanied by referring to practices or policies that do not negatively affect the environment degradation and biodiversity misfortune. Urban infill growth is projected to arise in the south-east areas as well, conceivably increasing urban pressure. Finally, RS and GIS electronics, in conjunction with supplementary data, can be used to aid conclusion-makers in expanding future strategies for identifying appropriate resolutions to urbanization encroachment.
Department of Civil Engineering and Computer Science (DISP), University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rome, Italy.
Directorate of Earth Observation Programmes, EOP-G Department, European Space Agency (ESA), Frascati, Italy.
Council of Presidency, Italian Geophysical Association (AGI), Rome, Italy.
Earth Observation Science Strategy, Coordination and Planning Office, Directorate of Earth Observation, European Space Agency (ESA), Frascati, Italy.
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Keywords: AP index, GIS, GRA, land consumption, megacities, remote sensing, urban sprawl