UGBS

AcronymDefinition
UGBSUniversity of Ghana Business School (est. 1962)
UGBSUniversal Gaussian Basis Set
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When cities reach the point where the land remaining within their UGB falls below the amount needed to support future growth, an expansion of the UGB may be pursued.
Likewise, when cities expand their UGBs development spreads onto farms and forests and poisons the natural systems necessary to sustain life.
Complex criteria are used to determine where each UGB is located and how much land can be included for future housing, commercial and industrial growth, typically over a 20-year planning horizon.
For the set of operating conditions characterized by the highest feed rate [used for the obtainment of uncoated glass bead (uGB) and coated glass bead (cGB) compounds], the values of the minimum and maximum residence times were approximately 18 and 42 s, respectively, whereas for the set of operating conditions characterized by the lowest feed rate (used for talc compound), 30 and 120 s, respectively.
For example, Kline and AJig (1999) analyze the efficacy of Oregon's land use program and find that although it has concentrated development within UGBs, its success at reducing development on resource lands remains uncertain.
OHCS, in collaboration with the UGBS and in support of the project, also developed a comprehensive set of training modules:
Probably the most controversial statewide planning goal was Goal 14--urbanization--requiring urban growth boundaries (UGB) as a divide between developable and undevelopable land.
Land within UGBs is considered "urbanizable," meaning that it is available over time for urban uses.
More and more cities have adopted urban growth boundaries (UGBs) to ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy and appreciate the land surrounding them.
Since Gans wrote The Levittowners, a new policy has emerged to constrain the growth of suburbs: urban growth boundaries (UGBs).