Eric Vaz
Eric Vaz
Full Professor and Graduate Program Director, Toronto Metropolitan University
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Spatiotemporal simulation of urban growth patterns using agent-based modeling: The case of Tehran
JJ Arsanjani, M Helbich, E de Noronha Vaz
Cities 32, 33-42, 2013
Spatial heterogeneity in hedonic house price models: The case of Austria
M Helbich, W Brunauer, E Vaz, P Nijkamp
Urban Studies 51 (2), 390-411, 2014
A multi-scenario forecast of urban change: A study on urban growth in the Algarve
EN Vaz, P Nijkamp, M Painho, M Caetano
Landscape and Urban Planning, 2011
Exploring expert perception towards brownfield redevelopment benefits according to their typology
L Loures, E Vaz
Habitat International 72, 66-76, 2018
GlobeLand30 as an alternative fine-scale global land cover map: Challenges, possibilities, and implications for developing countries
JJ Arsanjani, A Tayyebi, E Vaz
Habitat International 55, 25-31, 2016
An assessment of a collaborative mapping approach for exploring land use patterns for several European metropolises
JJ Arsanjani, E Vaz
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 35 …, 2015
Predicting Urban Growth of the Greater Toronto Area - Coupling a Markov Cellular Automata with Document Meta-Analysis
E Vaz, J Jokar Arsanjani
Journal of Environmental Informatics 25 (2), 71-80, 2015
Gravitational forces in the spatial impacts of urban sprawl: An investigation of the region of Veneto, Italy
E Vaz, P Nijkamp
Habitat International 45, 99-105, 2015
Modelling innovation support systems for regional development–analysis of cluster structures in innovation in Portugal
E Vaz, T de Noronha Vaz, PV Galindo, P Nijkamp
Entrepreneurship & Regional Development 26 (1-2), 23-46, 2014
Spatial data for slum upgrading: Volunteered Geographic Information and the role of citizen science
S Hachmann, JJ Arsanjani, E Vaz
Habitat international 72, 18-26, 2018
The future of landscapes and habitats: The regional science contribution to the understanding of geographical space
E Vaz
Habitat International 51, 70-78, 2016
Urban heritage endangerment at the interface of future cities and past heritage: A spatial vulnerability assessment
E de Noronha Vaz, P Cabral, M Caetano, P Nijkamp, M Painho
Habitat International 36 (2), 287-294, 2012
Managing urban coastal areas through landscape metrics: An assessment of Mumbai's mangrove system
E Vaz
Ocean & coastal management 98, 27-37, 2014
Investigating urban heat island through spatial analysis of New York City streetscapes
RR Shaker, Y Altman, C Deng, E Vaz, KW Forsythe
Journal of cleaner production 233, 972-992, 2019
Is the heritage really important? A theoretical framework for heritage reputation using citizen sensing
V Monteiro, M Painho, E Vaz
Habitat International 45, 156-162, 2015
Regional challenges in tourist wetland systems: an integrated approach to the Ria Formosa in the Algarve, Portugal
E de Noronha Vaz, A Walczynska, P Nijkamp
Regional Environmental Change 13, 33-42, 2013
Exploratory landscape metrics for agricultural sustainability
E Vaz, T De Noronha, P Nijkamp
Agroecology and sustainable food systems 38 (1), 92-108, 2014
Crowdsourced mapping of land use in urban dense environments: An assessment of Toronto
E Vaz, J Jokar Arsanjani
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 59 (2), 246-255, 2015
Spatiotemporal monitoring of Bakhtegan Lake's areal fluctuations and an exploration of its future status by applying a cellular automata model
TJ Arsanjani, R Javidan, MJ Nazemosadat, JJ Arsanjani, E Vaz
Computers & Geosciences 78, 37-43, 2015
Framing urban habitats: The small and medium towns in the peripheries
T de Noronha, E Vaz
Habitat International 45, 147-155, 2015
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