Sheila Convery
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Scenarios and indicators supporting urban regional planning
PL Oana, S Harutyun, W Brendan, C Sheila
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 21, 243-252, 2011
462011
Projecting alternative urban growth patterns: The development and application of a remote sensing assisted calibration framework for the Greater Dublin Area
T Van de Voorde, J van der Kwast, L Poelmans, F Canters, M Binard, ...
Ecological indicators 60, 1056-1069, 2016
202016
Urban development scenarios and probability mapping for Greater Dublin Region: The MOLAND model applications
H Shahumyan, R White, L Petrov, B Williams, S Convery, M Brennan
International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications, 119-134, 2011
152011
Data preparation for the MOLAND model application for the greater Dublin region
H Shahumyan, BO Twumasi, S Convery, R Foley, E Vaughan, E Casey, ...
UCD Urban Institute Ireland Working Paper Series, 1-39, 2009
142009
The MOLAND model calibration and validation for greater Dublin region
H Shahumyan, R White, B Twumasi, S Convery, B Williams, M Critchley, ...
UCD Urban Institute Ireland Working Paper Series, Dublin, Ireland, 2009
132009
Regional planning guideline review: using MOLAND as part of the strategic environmental assessment process
M Brennan, H Shahumyan, C Walsh, J Carty, B Williams, S Convery
University College Dublin. Urban Institute Ireland, 2009
122009
Applying spatial indicators to support a sustainable urban future
LO Petrov, H Shahumyan, B Williams, S Convery
Environmental Practice 15 (1), 19-32, 2013
102013
Utilizing an urban-regional model (MOLAND) for testing the planning and provision of wastewater treatment capacity in the Dublin Region 2006–2026
B Williams, H Shahumyan, I Boyle, S Convery, R White
Planning Practice and Research 27 (2), 227-248, 2012
92012
Exploring land use-transport interactions in the Greater Dublin Region using the MOLAND model
H Shahumyan, S Convery, E Casey
Proceedings of the 1st Annual Conference of the Irish Transport Research …, 2010
32010
Determinants of Transport Mode Choice for Non-Commuting Trips: The Roles of Transport, Land Use and Socio-Demographic Characteristics
S Convery, B Williams
Urban Science 3 (3), 82, 2019
12019
Engaging scientists and policy stakeholders using a land use modelling and regional scenario exercise: An input to the development of sustainability indicators for European regions
LO Petrov, H Shahumyan, B Williams, S Convery
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 2015
2015
National borders and transport corridors in Europe: evidence of linkages in the Dublin-Belfast corridor
L Petrov, B Williams, H Shahumyan, S Convery
Planning Support Tools: Policy Analysis, Implementation and Evaluation …, 2012
2012
Evidence of Contemporary Challenges for Rural and Agricultural Areas Experiencing Rapid Development Pressure in the Dublin Region
B Williams, H Shahumyan, S Convery, LO Petrov, E Ustaoglu
Cahiers Thematique 11, 141-149, 2012
2012
Deriving urban land use with metric-based signatures: Comparing Landsat ETM+ and SPOT 5 imagery
T Van de Voorde, F Canters, D McInerney, S Convery, H Shahumyan
2011 Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event, 393-396, 2011
2011
Simulating urban encroachment upon Natura2000 sites using the MOLAND model: supporting appropriate assessment
M Brennan, H Shahumyan, S Convery
University College Dublin. Urban Institute Ireland, 2009
2009
Calculating population density for MOLAND in the Dublin urban area
R Foley, M Critchley, S Convery
UCD Urban Institute Ireland Working Paper Series, 1-10, 2008
2008
Assessment of the Greater Dublin Region’s Development Using the MOLAND Model
H Shahumyan, S Convery
UCD UII 09/03
H Shahumyan, R White, BO Twumasi, S Convery, B Williams, M Critchley, ...
Scientists and Stakeholders working together on land use modelling at the regional scale: an input to urban sustainable indicators for Europe
LO Petrov, H Shahumyan, B Williams, S Convery
UCD UII 09/07
M Brennan, H Shahumyan, C Walsh, J Carty, B Williams, S Convery
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