Development Technique of Urban-Environmental Passport of the Reconstruction Territory


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The article deals with the issues of information support for the implementation of comprehensive improvement of built-up areas. As one of the effective means the authors propose the development of a urban-environmental passport of the reconstruction territory, containing all the necessary information about the town-planning characteristics of the territory and its geological and ecological status. The authors also propose the technique of calculating the habitat quality index, which is an integrated assessment of the urban environment ecological state over the entire set of environmental parameters. On the basis of the data contained in the urban-environmental passport of the territory, as well as the results of the habitat quality index calculation, the optimal set of urban-environmental measures to improve the quality of the habitat could be chosen. The proposed technique for calculating the habitat quality index and development of an urban-environmental passport are universal and easily adaptable for any municipality.



Edited by:

Batyr Yazyev, Stepan V. Litvinov, Anton S. Chepurnenko, Anastasia Lapina and Akay Oksana




S. G. Sheina and K. V. Yudina, "Development Technique of Urban-Environmental Passport of the Reconstruction Territory", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 931, pp. 822-826, 2018

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September 2018




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