This study addresses resolution of a multi-objective land allocation problem and simulation of land change in the south west of Selangor state, Malaysia. The landscape experiences three conflicting objectives of land change, including urban/built-up development, oil palm development, and forest protection. The three conflicting objectives were simultaneously evaluated through developing three distinct sets of driving factors of land change to find a compromised solution to satisfy the requirements of all objectives.

Categories: Guna Tanah, Tanah
Tags: Artikel Jurnal, Data Penerbitan, Sulit