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Rural land use information systems

Rural land use information systems

report on a pilot project, Scotland.

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Published by (Scottish Development Department Central Research Unit) in (Edinburgh) ((New St. Andrew"s House, Edinburgh EH1 3SZ)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use, Rural -- Scotland -- Data processing.

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    Cover title.

    ContributionsGreat Britain. Scottish Development Department. Central Research Unit., Working Party on Rural Land Use Information Systems.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii,72p. ;
    Number of Pages72
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19622408M

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    A land Information System (LIS) is a geographic information system for cadastral and land-use mapping, typically used by local governments.. A LIS consists of an accurate, current and reliable land record cadastre and its associated attribute and spatial data that represent the legal boundaries of land tenure and provides a vital base layer capable of integration into other geographic systems.   Cadastral is the method of registering land, designed to ensure the rights of individuals and the state of their property. Every activity in general, and developmental project activity in particular, is in some form or the other associated with land. Therefore, for planning purpose all land-associated information should be available in the form of a computer database, which can be easily Cited by: 2.


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