Alexander, KA and Janssen, R and O'Higgins, TG, Siting offshore energy arrays: A case study using interactive marine planning, Offshore Energy and Marine Spatial Planning, Routledge, KL Yates, CJA Bradshaw (ed), London, pp. 274-283. ISBN 9781138954533 (2018) [Research Book Chapter]
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Yet, the president of Esri did not believe this was enough. He suggested that we need to be able to harness everything we can measure—from ecology and biology to geology, hydrology, meteorology and other scientific data—and use them to design a better world, a world that considers the character of the environment and integrates it into what we design. While the name is new, the concept is ancient. The role of cartography and planning in human development has been immense (Harley and Woodward, 1987), the overall aim of which is to infuse design with science-based and value-based information to enable planners and stakeholders to facilitate holistic planning decisions.
Geodesign is ‘design in geographic space’ that provides the framework for exploring issues from an interdisciplinary point of view by combining science- and value-based designs. It is a set of technological ideas that combine geography with design. It does this by providing tools, such as simulation models, multi-criteria analysis, visualisation, spatial optimisation and real-time feedback. Using a case study, we describe the use of geodesign tools to facilitate collaborative marine planning based around a prospective tidal energy extraction site on the west coast of Scotland.
|Item Type:||Research Book Chapter|
|Keywords:||partipatory GIS, marine spatial planning|
|Research Division:||Studies in Human Society|
|Research Group:||Human Geography|
|Research Field:||Human Geography not elsewhere classified|
|Objective Group:||Environmental Policy, Legislation and Standards|
|Objective Field:||Coastal and Marine Management Policy|
|UTAS Author:||Alexander, KA (Dr Karen Alexander)|
|Deposited By:||Oceans and Cryosphere|
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