Land Use Information: A Critical Survey of U.S. Statistics Including Possibilities for Greater Uniformity

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APPENDIX J. Selected Bibliography: Land Use Statistics and Related Information1

Bibliographies:

BESTOR GEORCE C., and JONES HALWAY R. City Planning: A Basic Bibliography of Sources and Trends. Sacramento: California Council of Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors, 1962.

POWERS WILLIAM F. Significant Publications on Urban Land, 1958-1963. Exchange Bibliography 25. Oakland: Council of Planning Libraries, 1963.

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Library and ARS. Urbanization and Changing Land Uses: A Bibliography of Selected References. Washington, 1960.

U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. Bureau of the Census Catalog. Washington, published quarterly; cumulative index to the annual issue. (Includes an index showing the subjects for which data are published for various kinds of geographic areas--cities, counties, standard metropolitan statistical areas, states, census regions and divisions, and outlying areas of the United States.)

-----. Guide to Census Bureau Statistics--Subjects and Areas. Washington, 1964.

U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Public Lands Bibliography. Washington, 1962.


Concepts and Methodology, including Data Processing:

ABRAMS CHARLES. Revolution in Land. New York: Harper and Co., 1939.

American Institute of Planners. "Symbols for Mapping Land Use: A Proposal for Standardization." New England Chapter, March 28, 1960.

AMIDON ELLIOT L. A Computer-Oriented System for Assembling and Displaying Land Management Information. U.S. Forest Service Research Paper PSW-17. Berkeley: Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1964.

Baltimore Regional Planning Council (Consultants: ALAN M. VOORHEES and Associates; WILBUR SMITH and Associates). A Regional Data System. Technical Report No. 10. Maryland State Planning Department, June 1963.

BLUMENFELD HANS. "The Conceptual Framework of Land Use." Paper presented to the Canadian Association of Geographers, annual meeting, McMaster University, 1962.

CHAPIN FRANCIS STUART JR., and WEISS SHIRLEY F. Factors Influencing Land Development: Evaluation of Inputs for a Forecast Model. Authored in collaboration with THOMAS G. DONNELLY. Chapel Hill: Institute for Research in Social Science,

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This list is less complete for the period preceding 1958. Where distinction such as rural, urban, domestic, foreign, etc., are used, it may be assumed that the treatment is so emphasized.

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