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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    March, 2013

    This paper points out some defects of the current forest register and proposes a concept of next-generation forest register from the view point of GIS application to forest management. Since the fundamental purpose of the GIS is to conduct spatial analysis of multiple thematic maps, one of the basic requirements for the next-generation forest register is the management of forest information on a thematic map basis by using the spatial analysis function of the forest GIS. The main proposals are as follows.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    November, 2014
    Peru

    El estudio está orientado a evaluar los problemas de la deforestación, mediante la aplicación del Sistema de Información Geográfica (SIG), que viene impactando en el medio ambiente, con el propósito de mostrar las áreas críticas para un mejor ordenamiento espacial y manejo de los recursos; en tal sentido, nos trazamos los siguientes objetivos: estudiar y analizar la deforestacion y el cambio en el medio con la finalidad de interpretar los impactos ambientales que está ocasionando en la provincia de Padre Abad, con la finalidad de recomendar las medidas que se deben adoptar para el ordenamie

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    Bolivia, Indonesia

    Governments in many countries are decentralising to give more control over decision making and budgets to local administrations. One expectation of this change is that local governments will more effectively and efficiently respond to the poorest citizens in their jurisdictions. Decentralisation is especially significant to forest communities, which have historically benefited little from government services and poverty reduction programmes because of their physical isolation and social marginalisation.

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    Bolivia, Indonesia

    Governments in many countries are decentralising to give more control over decision making and budgets to local administrations. One expectation of this change is that local governments will more effectively and efficiently respond to the poorest citizens in their jurisdictions. Decentralisation is especially significant to forest communities, which have historically benefited little from government services and poverty reduction programmes because of their physical isolation and social marginalisation.

  5. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2007
    Bolivia, Indonesia

    Governments in many countries are decentralising to give more control over decision making and budgets to local administrations. One expectation of this change is that local governments will more effectively and efficiently respond to the poorest citizens in their jurisdictions. Decentralisation is especially significant to forest communities, which have historically benefited little from government services and poverty reduction programmes because of their physical isolation and social marginalisation.

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