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Afdeling Mobiliteit en Ruimtelijke Planning (UGent-AMRP)
www.planning.ugent.be

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English name: Center for Mobility and Spatial Planning
Parent institute: Universiteit Gent; Faculteit Ingenieurswetenschappen; Vakgroep Civiele Techniek (UGent), more
Address:
Vrijdagmarkt 10/301
9000 Gent
Belgium

Tel.: +32-(0)9-331 32 51
Fax: +32-(0)9-331 32 69
E-mail:
 
Type: Scientific

Persons (11)  Top | Publications | Projects 

Abstract:
The Center for Mobility and Spatial Planning (AMRP) was founded in 1990 and originates from the Seminar for Survey and Spatial Planning (1972-1990). The scientific domains on which AMRP concentrates are: spatial economy and spatial management, spatial planning and spatial design, environmental management, sustainable mobility and integrated water management. Within this framework, AMRP participates in several national and European research projects and collaborates intensively with several Belgian and Dutch institutes and consultancy offices.

The marine research of this group is associated with the following projects:
- CcASPAR: climate change and changes in spatial structures;
- Climate Proof Areas (CPA): how to deal with climate change;
- Climar: Evaluation of the impact of global climate change and adaptation measures for marine activities;
- WaterCap: climate change and its effects on the hydrological cycle.

In the future, AMRP will further develop the spatial design research as a commercial tool to mobilise stakeholders to participate in a positive marine/maritime story.

Publications (7)  Top | Persons | Projects 
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  • Peer reviewed article Boelens, L. (2014). Delta governance: The DNA of a specific kind of urbanization. Built Environ. 40(2): 169-183, more
  • Peer reviewed article Van den Berghe, K.; De Sutter, R. (2014). The governance dilemma in the Flanders coastal region between integrated water managers and spatial planners. Water Int. 39(6): 858-871. dx.doi.org/10.1080/02508060.2014.954663, more
  • Allaert, G. (2015). Contouren van havenplanologie: state of the art in Vlaanderen, in: Cliquet, A. et al. (Ed.) Recht door zee: Hedendaags internationaal zee- en maritiem recht: Liber amicorum Eddy Somers. pp. 379-387, more
  • Allaert, G. (2012). Ruimtelijke economie in de havens: vechten tegen de bierkaai?, in: Gonsaeles, G. et al. (Ed.) Met have, goed & schip over de Schelde: Vijftien jaar evolutie inzake havengebeuren, logistiek en scheepvaart in de Scheldemonding. Jumbileumboek Maritiem Symposium. pp. 93-103, more
  • De Waegemaeker, J.; Verhoestraete, D.; Lierman, S.; Allaert, G. (2012). Climate responsive research by design – the opportunities of the ‘Vlakte van de Raan’ within the coastal area of Flanders, in: Belpaeme, K. et al. (Ed.) Book of Abstracts. International Conference Littoral 2012: Coasts of Tomorrow. Kursaal, Oostende, 27-29 November 2012. VLIZ Special Publication, 61: pp. 79-83, more
  • Lierman, S.; De Waegemaeker, J.; Allaert, G. (2012). Climate responsive spatial research by design – a case study analysis on the coastal area of Flanders, in: Belpaeme, K. et al. (Ed.) Book of Abstracts. International Conference Littoral 2012: Coasts of Tomorrow. Kursaal, Oostende, 27-29 November 2012. VLIZ Special Publication, 61: pp. 94-97, more
  • De Sutter, R. (2011). Integrated assessment of spatial climate change impacts in Flanders - mirrored to the Dutch experiences = Integratierapport over ruimtelijke effecten van klimaatverandering in Vlaanderen, met een toets vanuit de Nederlandse ervaringen. Climate Change and Changes in Spatial Structures (CcASPAR): Gent. 109 pp., more

Projects (2)  Top | Persons | Publications 
  • CcASPAR: Climate change and changes in spatial structures research project, more
  • Marine@Ugent: UGent Marine Sciences Center of Excellence, more

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