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|タイトル: ||Quantitative and qualitative characteristics of greenery in suburban residential districts of Metro Manila|
|著者: ||HARA, Yuji|
PALIJON, Armando M.
|キーワード: ||Residential lots|
|Issue Date: ||2007|
|出版者: ||The City Planning Institute of Japan|
|掲載誌情報: ||Proceedings of International Symposium on City Planning 2007 in YOKOHAMA, 16th -18th August, 2007, pp. 418-427|
|抄録: ||This case study was conducted to better understand the present situation of urban greenery in Marikina City, in the suburbs of metropolitan Manila, a typical large Asian city. A vegetation survey was conducted in residential districts of Marikina City, and the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of trees were analyzed. Lot size had some influence on the quantity of greenery in residential lots. In smaller lots, however, quantity did not increase in proportion to lot size. It appears, then, that the land-use controls for individual lots did not function effectively. Quantitative differences of greenery were related to qualitative differences, depending on the year or period of development of the residential area. In the newly developed residential lots, the greenery is comprised mostly of ornamental trees. Under the present circumstances, there is no assurance of sustaining the desired quantity of greenery in smaller residential lots. From these results, we proposed that regulations on lot size/coverage and promotion of tree planting involving local residents are needed to sustain urban greenery in residential districts.|
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