Wednesday, July 2, 2014
This post may fall more appropriately under one of Stephen Clowney's Maps of the Day over at Property Profs, but I thought our readers would be interested in the Atlas of Urban Expansion available from the Lincoln Institute. More than just a couple of maps, the Atlas provides details GIS (okay so those are maps), images, and other data about urban expansion worldwide. The Institute has data for over 120 cities available for free at the click of the button. Check it out planners and researchers!
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