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  • Einsatzmoglichkeiten der Fernerkundung zur Standortuntersuchung für Hydromeliorationen in der DDR. (Applications for remote sensing to the investigation of stations for land improvement in the GDR)
  • Importance of stations surveying for land improvement and drainage particularly is described: rationalization by remote sensing experiences and aims of the utilization by of aerial photographs. Application of further remote sensing methods. (HL).
  • Védheto-e a termoterület a termoterület a varosszélen? Veszprém esete. (Can agricultural land be protected on the urban fringe? The case of Veszprém)
  • The protection of irreplaceable agricultural land, an asset of increasing value, is a national cause. Improved legislation is needed but it cannot replace economic regulators. Land protection should cover not only cultivated land but all land
  • withdrawn from agriculture. Qualitative improvements are needed in the activities of institutions professionally dealing with land control. (DLO).
  • Land titles, tenure security and land improvements. A case study in Nicaragua
  • Farm ; Investment ; Land ; Land improvement ; Land market ; Land tenure ; Nicaragua ; Property right ; Transaction cost ; Village
  • Drainage;Sanitation improvement ; Historical geography ; Italy ; Land improvement ; Rural development ; Toscana
  • Prospects of improved farming systems in a shifting cultivation area in Zambia
  • The transition from traditional shifting cultivation to permanent maize cultivation in Northern Zambia wa studied with emphasis on land, labour and agro-economical aspects.
  • Urban land use transformation and determinants of urban land use size in China
  • China ; Economic reform ; Land ; Land rent ; Land use ; Spatial allocation ; Town ; Urban development
  • has been improved, and the size is related to urban reforms, land use adjustment, as well as to population growth and economic development.
  • An overview of the problems in urban land use and the impacts of economic reforms and planning policies on rapid urban land expansion and structural transformation is outlined. Statistical analyses reveal determinants of urban land size. This use
  • Land value, distance and productivity on the Auckland periphery
  • The influence of distance from the CBD on the value of land on Auckland's urban periphery is analysed using regression analysis for the years 1955, 1960, 1965 and 1970. In general, distances improves as a predictor of land value. As the influence
  • of distance from the CBD has increased through time, the physical quality of the land has become a less reliable predictor of land value.
  • Watershed land-use planning under uncertainty
  • A model of watershed land-use planning is formulated that improves on existing models by recognizing that land-use decisions have uncertain outcomes and that land uses change over time. Implications of recognizing the distinction between land-use
  • Patenting an arid frontier : use and abuse of the public land laws in Owens Valley, California
  • Arid lands ; California ; Farming ; Historical geography ; Land improvement ; Land policy ; Land register;Cadastral survey ; Land speculation ; Land;Real estate ; Settlement ; United States
  • Five nineteenth-century policies for alienating the federal public domain only partially fulfilled their objectives when applied in the arid setting of Owens Valley. Public land policies were adequate for settling the well-watered north end
  • , but unsuccessfull in reclaiming the irrigable lands of the vast southern arid stretches.
  • Agricultural development in Japan. The land improvement district in concept and practice.
  • Land improvement and reclamation. The experience of the First World War in England and Wales
  • An evaluation of SPOT simulation imagery for land use mapping and ecological investigations in upland areas of Northern Ireland
  • Four cover types are considered : peat, marginal land, forest and improved grassland which are typical to Northern Ireland landscape. Analysis of SPOT simulated imagery suggest potential use in différentiation of peat-areas, monitoring of forest
  • environments, assessing suitable areas for hill-land improvement. - (CB)
  • Land pricing mechanisms for sustainable agricultural land use planning in Ukraine
  • Agricultural land use ; Agricultural policy ; Land ; Land use ; Methodology ; Planning ; Price ; Ukraine ; Welfare
  • Agricultural land market development is among the top priorities for state agrarian policy in the Ukraine. land lease rates play an essential role in guiding land allocation, improving land use efficiency, determining rural welfare. Thus, fair lease
  • rents a key question of land market reform in the Ukraine. In this paper, we develop a metodology for land lease evaluation. It estimates minimum and maximum fair conditions both - for the lessors and the lessees. The proposed methodology is a new
  • conceptual approach for agricultural land pricing in Ukraine. - (BJ).
  • Powell's vision of arid land settlement reexamined : Owens Valley, California
  • Arid lands ; California ; Environment ; Land improvement ; Land;Real estate ; Pioneer settlement ; Resource management ; United States ; Water resources
  • John Wesley Powell's Report on the lands of the arid region of the United States (1878) warned of the folly of trying to impose the habits of the humid East on the dry lands of the West. This analysis of the water question in an arid part
  • Czech Lands ; Czechoslovakia ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Land improvement
  • Agricultural productivity ; Biotechnology ; Industrial branch ; Innovation ; Land improvement ; Resource management
  • At a fundamental level, biotechnology is directed at manipulating energy flows, especially those in agriculture. Improved crop varieties, disease and pest control, as well as nutrient enhancement can be achieved by it. Biotechnology thus contributes
  • Combining soil map and soil analysis for improved yield prediction
  • Exploratory study on how the farmer can decide, which of the three alternatives (soil map, soil analysis or their combination) should be used as a basis for predicting the most appropriate agricultural land use or management. It is illustrated
  • A third of the nation's potential afforestation land is in this region of favourable environment. The existing forested area continues to dwindle, however, resulting from overcutting and one-sided emphasis on food production and wrong policies
  • . With improved management under new policy measures, people in these mountain areas should be able to use improved techniques in forestry. (TNC).
  • The supporting capability of water and land resources for sustainable increase of yield in North China Plain
  • Agricultural potential ; Cereal ; China ; Crop yield ; Land ; Land development ; Land improvement ; Land use ; Northern China ; Plain ; Resource management ; Water resources
  • Land tenure and human objectives in animal production systems of Sub-Saharan Africa : implications for development
  • This article will attempt to critically discuss the implications of land tenure problems and human objectives for the development of animal production in Sub-Saharan Africa. The task of improving animal production in Sub-Saharan Africa