Land management

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Conservation grazing
– Environmental management scheme
Habitat conservation
– Holistic management
– Land change science

– Foley, J. A.; Defries, R.; Asner, G. P.; Barford, C.; Bonan, G.; Carpenter, S. R.; Chapin, F. S.; Coe, M. T.; Daily, G. C.; Gibbs, H. K.; Helkowski, J. H.; Holloway, T.; Howard, E. A.; Kucharik, C. J.; Monfreda, C.; Patz, J. A.; Prentice, I. C.; Ramankutty, N.; Snyder, P. K. (2005). Global Consequences of Land Use.
– Science
– 309 (5734): 570–574
– Bibcode: 2005Sci…309..570F
– doi: 10.1126/science.1111772
– PMID16040698
– S2CID5711915

– Dale P.D. and McLaughlin, J.D. 1988.
– Land Information Management
– Clarendon Press: Oxford
– ISBN0-19-858404-0
– Larsson G. 2010
– Land Management as Public Policy
– University Press of America
– ISBN978-0-7618-5248-3
– ASIN0761852484
– United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs Agenda 21 [1] – Papadimitriou, Fivos (2012). Modelling landscape complexity for land use management in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
– Land Use Policy
– 29 (4): 855–861
– doi: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2012.01.004

– Geomatics engineering
– Land registration
– Sustainable agriculture
Wildlife management

– Land management
– Management by type
– Economics and finance stubs

Land management (Wikipedia)

Land management is the process of managing the use and development of land resources (in both urban and rural settings, but it is mostly managed in Urban places). Land resources are used for a variety of purposes which may include organic agriculture, reforestation, water resource management and eco-tourism projects. Land management can have positive or negative effects on the terrestrial ecosystems. Land being over- or misused can degrade and reduce productivity and disrupt natural equilibriums.

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