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2020 | 32 | 36-48
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The Impacts of Population Growth on the Land use Changes in Batticaloa Municipal Council, Sri Lanka

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Urbanization is a new development of city centres within its original boundaries to satisfy a growing population. Today, rapid population growth collapses the land use pattern due to the developments of housing and infrastructure. This study aims to identify the impacts of population growth on land-use changes in the Batticaloa Municipal Council. Various methods were used to interpret and analyze the maps, such as the supervised maximum likelihood classification, density analysis, and Pearson's correlation coefficient analysis. The results revealed that a high population density was identified near the core city, which decreases from the city centre to the city limits. Commercial and residential categories strongly correlated with population growth, and agriculture mostly closed at a significant level. Rest categories were insignificant with population growth. Thus, land use planning should be implemented to control the effects on land use.
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  • Department of Geography, Faculty of Arts & Culture, Eastern University, Sri Lanka, Vantharumoolai, Chenkalady, 30350, Sri Lanka
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