GIS-based mapping of Local Climate Zone in the high-density

Jun 01, 2018 · The highest district population density has exceeded 55,000 persons per square kilometer in mid-2014 (HKGovernment, 2015).Get price

GIS Specifications for Engineering Surveys of Highways

GIS Specifications for Engineering Surveys of Highways Department (Version 2.0) Page 4 of 73 1. General 1.1 This document describes the Geographical Information System (GIS) Specifications for Engineering Surveys of Highways Department, Hong Kong Special Administrative RegionGet price

UPDATING OF HONG KONG GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1:20,000-SCALE MAPS

There have been many changes in Hong Kong since the first edition of 1:20,000-scale geological maps were surveyed and published by the Hong Kong Geological Survey of the Geotechnical Engineering Office. Consequently, the Hong Kong Geological Survey Section of the Planning Division has embarked on a programme to update the 1:20,000-scale mapsGet price

5 MAPPING HONG KONG'S LANDSCAPE

By programming the rules used into the GIS, it was able to produce a preliminary Landscape Character Map of all the LCAs in Hong Kong. 5.5.4 This 'rule-based' methodology assumes that a LCT for an area i.e. a LCA can be derived either directly from existing digital data or alternatively, by developing rules for the treatment of a number ofGet price

Hong Kong GeoData Store

Hong Kong GeoData Store is a public platform for exploring and downloading open spatial data.Get price

Modeling BVOC isoprene emissions based on a GIS and remote

This paper presents a geographic information systems (GIS) model to relate biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs) isoprene emissions to ecosystem type, as well as environmental drivers such as light intensity, temperature, landscape factor and foliar density. Data and techniques have recently become available which can permit new improved estimates of isoprene emissions over Hong KongGet price

Planning and Urban Design for a Liveable High-Density City

Hong Kong 2030+ 3 Figure 2 Comparative Liveability Matrix 1.4 This topical paper provides the research findings for identifying the key strategic directions for a liveable high-density city, which is one of the three major building blocks proposed for Hong Kong 2030+ to help Hong KongGet price

HONG KONG PLANNING STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES Summary

1. The Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines (HKPSG) is a Government manual of criteria for determining the scale, location and site requirements of various land uses and facilities. As planning standards and guidelines could affect the allocation of scarce land and financial resources, they should be applied with a degree of flexibility.Get price

Lands Department - e-HongKongGuide

The whole set of e-HongKongGuide composes of one satellite map index, one Hong Kong Railways Network and Strategic Routes map (MTR map) and 74 pages of detailed and geo-reference map in 1:10 000 scale. The design and content of e-HongKongGuide is based on the Hong Kong Guide.Get price

Density Mapping With GIS - GIS Lounge

Jul 08, 2018 · Density mapping is simply a way to show where points or lines may be concentrated in a given area. Common GIS tools such as ArcGIS and QGIS have point density analyses that provide a quantitative value and visual display capability that shows concentration of points.Get price

Where are the most dangerous road locations in Hong Kong?

The heat map shows the clustering pattern of traffic crashes in Hong Kong in 2017. "Blue" refers to low density of traffic crashes. "Red" and "yellow" indicate moderate density and high density respectively. There are several observations:Get price

HKBU - Government International Studies

GIS Webinar (Online Seminar) "Breakfast with Mr. Thomas Gnocchi, EU Head of Office Hong Kong and Macao" on 25 November 2020. No less than 120 staff, students and members of the public attended in person or on-line his talk on EU Diplomacy and EU in Hong Kong for the first time since he came to Hong Kong in September.Get price

Common Spatial Data Infrastructure and 3D Digital Map for

Land Resources in Hong Kong City Average Population Density (person/km2) Hong Kong SAR 26,100 Singapore 10,900 Seoul 8,900 Los Angeles 2,300 New York 1,700 Source: Demographia World Urban Areas 15th Annual Edition: 201904 Country parks: 443 km2 Marine parks: 24 km2Get price

Hong Kong Central Density - This is Hong Kong

Hong Kong Central Density Hong Kong is the world capital of skyscrapers with the latest number being far greater than the next city. There are 7,792 (2015) high-rise buildings, with no fewer than 1,268 skyscrapers (2015)Get price

Updating of Hong Kong Geological Survey 1:20,000-scale Maps

1:20,000-scale Geological Map Sheet 11 – Hong Kong and Kowloon, undertaken between 2005 and 2006. The work was carried out by the Hong Kong Geological Survey Section of Planning Division as part of a programme continually to improve the reliability of the geological maps published by the Hong Kong Geological Survey.Get price

Demographics of Hong Kong - Wikipedia

Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated areas in the world, with an overall density of some 6,300 people per square kilometre. At the same time, Hong Kong has one of the worldlowest birth rates—1.11 per woman of child-bearing age as of 2012, far below the replacement rate of 2.1. It is estimated that 26.8% of the population will be aged 65 or more in 2033, up from 12.1% in 2005.Get price

Hong Kong Population Density 1950-2021 | MacroTrends

Hong Kong Population Density 1950-2021. Chart and table of Hong Kong population density from 1950 to 2021. United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100. The current population density of Hong Kong in 2021 is 6,804.33 people per square kilometer, a 0.74% increase from 2020. The population density of Hong Kong in 2020 was 6,754.04 people per square kilometer, a 0.82% increase from 2019.Get price

Download Free Hong Kong Country, Cities and Places GIS

Download Free Hong Kong Country, Cities and Places GIS Shapefile Map Layers--Main Free GIS Maps ArcGIS Shapefiles. Download Shapefiles. Right Click on the following links to save the zipped shapefiles to your computer. Administrative (14k) Coastline (162k) Roads (2.8m) Places (20k) Natural Features (100k) Points of interest (100k)Get price

Find Maps, GIS Datasets, Statistics - Hong Kong Polytechnic

Mar 23, 2021 · Hong Kong Geographic Information System Association (HKGISA) provides a list of Hong Kong GIS resources, e.g. Hong Kong Lands Department GeoInfo Map, Hong Kong Planning Department Statutory Planning Portal, CentaMap, etc.Get price

Land use regression modelling of air pollution in high

Land use regression (LUR) is a common method of predicting spatial variability of air pollution to estimate exposure. Nitrogen dioxide (NO 2), nitric oxide (NO), fine particulate matter (PM 2.5), and black carbon (BC) concentrations were measured during two sampling campaigns (April-May and November-January) in Hong Kong (a prototypical high-density high-rise city).Get price

Data for the world - Geographic Information Systems (GIS

Mar 29, 2021 · A long-term initiative by USAID to address the issues of deforestation and biodiversity loss in the Congo Basin forest zone. Environmental GIS and remote sensing data along with some population data for Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, São Tomé and Príncipe, Tanzania, UgandaGet price

Atlas of Urban Expansion - Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The Urban Extent Density in Hong Kong, Hong Kong in 2013 was 352 persons per hectare, decreasing at an average annual rate of -0.3% since 2000. The urban extent density in 2000 was 365 persons per hectare, decreasing at an average annual rate of -1.9% since 1989 when the urban extent density was 444 persons per hectare.Get price

Districts of Hong Kong - Wikipedia

The map depicting population density of Hong Kong by district The population density per district varies from 825 (Islands) to 56,779 (Kwun Tong) per km 2 . Before the combination of Mong Kok and Yau Tsim districts in 1995, Mong Kok District had the highest density (~120,000/km 2 ).Get price

Hong Kong Population 2021 (Demographics, Maps, Graphs)

Hong Kong is the 8th most densely populated city in the world, with 68,400 people per square mile. Macau follows behind as the 9th most densely populated, with a density of 65,400 people per square mile. Macau tops the list of sovereign states and dependent territories in terms of population density.Get price

Hong Kong Population density, 1960-2020 - knoema.com

In 2018, population density for Hong Kong was 7,096.2 people per sq. km. Population density of Hong Kong increased from 3,788.1 people per sq. km in 1969 to 7,096.2 people per sq. km in 2018 growing at an average annual rate of 1.30%. Population density is midyear population divided by land area in square kilometers.Get price

GIS Shape File for Tertiary Planning Units - a Freedom of

Subject: Freedom of Information request - GIS Shape File for Tertiary Planning Units-----Dear Planning Department, I am writing this letter to ask how I can get GIS shape file for Hong KongTertiary Planning Units map. For research purpose, I am drawing a population density map for HK and this file will be very helpful. Yours faithfully, ItaloGet price

GIS Specifications for Engineering Surveys of Highways

This document describes the GIS Specifications for Engineering Surveys in Highways Department, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government (HyD) in support of the highway asset management of road inventory data and covers road inventory data maintained by Highways Department which can be obtained by direct field surveying.Get price

Gis jobs - Apr 2021 | JobsDB

Browse and apply over 81 Gis jobs on JobsDB Hong Kong. Create job alert to receive latest Gis jobs. New jobs everyday means new opportunities. Don't miss out!Get price

Hong Kong in the Region - Hong Kong 2030+: Home

Hong Kong 2030+ 1 This topical paper constitutes part of the research series under “Hong Kong 2030+: Towards a Planning Vision and Strategy Transcending 2030” (Hong Kong 2030+). The findings and proposals of the paper form the basis of the draft updated territorial development strategy which is set out in the PublicGet price