Proposal of methodology for spatial analysis applied to human development index in water basins

Proposal of methodology for spatial analysis applied to human development index in water basins GeoJournal https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-018-9894-z Proposal of methodology for spatial analysis applied to human development index in water basins . . . Jomil Costa Abreu Sales Darllan Collins da Cunha e Silva Omar Yazbek Bitar Roberto Wagner Lourenc ¸o Springer Nature B.V. 2018 Abstract Historically, the Human Development highest value of HDI was obtained in the northern URB Index (HDI) is used to measure the socioeconomic region of the basin located near the urban area of the performance of a population. Despite harsh criticism municipality of Ibiu´na (0.86), decreasing as it about its efficiency as an indicator of development, it approached the southern region (0.69), classified as is still widely used as a tool for public management an average human development. Finally, the method- planning. This study proposes a methodology using ology, despite some limitations, proved to be satisfac- geoprocessing techniques to perform the mapping and tory, since it was able to represent internal differences prediction of HDI spatial distribution in the Una River in a water basin from the point of view of quality of life Basin (HDI ). We used data from the 2010 of the population. It may be applied as a tool for URB management and public administration. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png GeoJournal Springer Journals

Proposal of methodology for spatial analysis applied to human development index in water basins

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Springer Netherlands
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Copyright © 2018 by Springer Nature B.V.
Subject
Social Sciences; Human Geography; Geography, general; Environmental Management
ISSN
0343-2521
eISSN
1572-9893
D.O.I.
10.1007/s10708-018-9894-z
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GeoJournal https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-018-9894-z Proposal of methodology for spatial analysis applied to human development index in water basins . . . Jomil Costa Abreu Sales Darllan Collins da Cunha e Silva Omar Yazbek Bitar Roberto Wagner Lourenc ¸o Springer Nature B.V. 2018 Abstract Historically, the Human Development highest value of HDI was obtained in the northern URB Index (HDI) is used to measure the socioeconomic region of the basin located near the urban area of the performance of a population. Despite harsh criticism municipality of Ibiu´na (0.86), decreasing as it about its efficiency as an indicator of development, it approached the southern region (0.69), classified as is still widely used as a tool for public management an average human development. Finally, the method- planning. This study proposes a methodology using ology, despite some limitations, proved to be satisfac- geoprocessing techniques to perform the mapping and tory, since it was able to represent internal differences prediction of HDI spatial distribution in the Una River in a water basin from the point of view of quality of life Basin (HDI ). We used data from the 2010 of the population. It may be applied as a tool for URB management and public administration.

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GeoJournalSpringer Journals

Published: Jun 6, 2018

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