Land management, cadastre and land monitoring
In article methodical scientific approaches whis forming steady land use in intensively developed territories are considered. The advanced methodology of steady land use on the base of biotic regulation of the environment and of the hierarchy management's levels of steady land use is offered. On the basis of this methodology the scientific and methodical principles of steady land use are considered: reasons for strategic priorities and indicators, complex (ekologo-economic) assessment, determination of "corridors" of admissible land use, coordination of interests of individual land users and public concerns, multicriterial (cross-disciplinary) optimization of multi-purpose land use. Strategic priorities and indicators of steady land use depend on the ecological, economic and social conditions and forms of land use. Ecological and economic evaluation of land resources is based on physical indicators, technological and technical parameters, economic equivalents and complex criterion. Determination of "corridors" of admissible land use is made in ecological, economic and social parameters. Individual interests of land users are manifested on rather short periods of time, and public preferences are expressed in continuous, long-term land use. The search for optimal sustainable land management variants unconsists in disclosure of uncertainty optimal solutions for particular criteries in multicriterial decision on reasonable concessions.
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Publication History
Received: 12.01.2017
Published: 26.06.2017


2017 issue 2