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QUANTIFYING GREEN COVER CHANGE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING: A CASE OF KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA Kasturi Devi Kanniah "Lowland Forest Loss in Protected Areas of Indonesian Borneo." Science 303, no. 5660 (2004): 1000-1003. Department of Town and Country Planning, Peninsular Malaysia. “Public Open Space Policy: a General Assessment.” (2011). blog.townplan.gov.my/?p=4360 (accessed October 22, 2016). [11] Elmahdy, Samy Ismail and Mohamed Mohamed Mostafa. "Natural Hazards Susceptibility Mapping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: an Assessment Using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS)." Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk 4, no. 1 (2013): 71-91. [12] Foo, Chee Hung. "Linking Forest Naturalness and Human Wellbeing: A Study on Public's Experiential Connection to Remnant Forests Within a Highly Urbanized Region in Malaysia." Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 16 (2016): 13-24. [13] Gairola, S., and M. S. Noresah. "Emerging Trend of Urban Green Space Research and the Implications for Safeguarding Biodiversity: a Viewpoint." Nature and Science 8, no. 7 (2010): 43-49. [14] Green Surge. “Innovative Governance of Urban Green Spaces.” http://greensurge.eu/workingpackages/wp6/files/Innovative_Gove rnance_of_Urban_Green_Spaces_-_Deliverable_6.2.pdf (2016). [15] Hall, Tony. "Goodbye to the Backyard? The Minimisation of Private Open Space in the Australian Outer-Suburban Estate." Urban Policy and Research 28, no. 4 (2010): 411-433. [16] Hashim, Norliza. “Draft KL City Plan 2020: The Planning for Open Spaces and Green Areas for Kuala Lumpur.” https://www.scribd.com/document/59806570/Kertas1-Norliza- Hashim-Open-Spaces-and-Green-Areas (2010). [17] Tan, Phuay Yok. (2016). Greening Singapore: Past Successes, Emerging Challenges. In Heng et al. (Ed.) “Fifty Years of Urban Planning in Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific, 2017: 177– 195. [18] Ibrahim, Putri Haryati, Melasutra Md Dali, and Safiah Yusmah Muhammad Yusoff. "Implementation of Open Space: The Need for Uniform Policy." Journal of Sustainable Development 6, no. 7 (2013): 16. [19] Jaganmohan, Madhumitha et al. "The Bigger, the Better? The Influence of Urban Green Space Design on Cooling Effects for Residential Areas." Journal of Environmental Quality 45, no. 1 (2016): 134-145. [20] Kabisch, Nadja, and Dagmar Haase. "Green Spaces of European Cities Revisited for 1990–2006." Landscape and Urban Planning 110 (2013): 113-122. [21] Kanniah, Kasturi Devi, et al. "Satellite Images for Monitoring Mangrove Cover Changes in a Fast Growing Economic Region in Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program, Working Paper Series 32 © Kasturi Devi Kanniah & Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2017

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