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20 April 2010 Technical system of land survey and monitoring and its future schemes in China
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China's land resources are extremely scarce. There is a pressing need for building the technical system of land survey and monitoring for detail knowledge about the current situation of land use, land value and land property right of each piece of land in the whole country for land use and management. Many works of land survey and monitoring in China have been finished for providing references directly for the macro decision-making and making the national economic and social development planning. However, there were limits in integrity, systemization, and standardization, and some of works about survey and monitoring were carried out in the early period and their results were not updated in time. The purpose of the paper is to establish the framework of systemized technical system of land survey and monitoring for guidance of future national work of land survey and monitoring. The study was through comparing and analyzing the past and ongoing projects of land survey and monitoring. Results indicated that the technical system is constituted by 5 sub-systems. The system will integrate land survey and monitoring, land evaluation, and information sharing service into a whole. The regional arrangement of land survey and monitoring was proposed. Seven implementation regions of land survey and monitoring were divided, including the northeastern region, eastern coastal region, central region, southwestern region, northwestern region, Xinjiang Urgur region, and Qinghai-Tibetan region. The survey and monitoring objectives and contents in each region are different. The zoning is for guidance of the future project arrangement about national land survey and monitoring in China based on land resources background and economic development demands.
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Jing Wang, Aixia Liu, Shuangcheng Li, and Yongqi Chen "Technical system of land survey and monitoring and its future schemes in China", Proc. SPIE 7676, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety II, 76760T (20 April 2010); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.849779
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