||Multipurpose Reservoirs and Urban Development.
Burby, II, Raymond J. ;
Donnell, Thomas G. ;
Weis, Shirley F. ;
||North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill. Center for Urban and Regional Studies.
||OWRR-B-012-NC; 04319,; B-012-NC(12)
Land development ;
Land use ;
North Carolina ;
Lake Sidney Lanier ;
Lake Norman ;
Site selection ;
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The penetration of thousands of recreation-oriented households into the rural hinterlands of metropolitan areas poses a number of serious environmental and service problems for affected local governmental units. This paper examines the characteristics of the development process in reservoir recreation areas and proposes a computer model for simulating residential development patterns. The model provides planners and policy makers with a useful tool for anticipating problems and needs occasioned by vacation home development and policy guidance required to control development and maintain the quality of the environment.