This is the fourth volume in the "Transactions in International Land Management" series. This series has the aim of encouraging the study of the complex international and multidisciplinary issues involved in international land management, including: surveying and valuation of the land; concepts of environmental issues of sustainable land development; acquiring semantic data of the land; methodologies and a comparative analysis of current practices; management of the land and tools for planning and land management; land conservation; evolution of the landscape; regulation and legislation relating to land management; and cultural, human and social issues of land management. The series seeks to make available to students, lecturers and practical experts, material that focuses on the various aspects of land management at a variety of levels. These range from undergraduate teaching, the dissemination of practical applications, through to the dissemination of research. The fundamental aim of the editors is to encourage and promote the study of land management in the broadest possible sense. Contributions are invited from practical experts, consultants, and those involved in the teaching of the discipline. A second aim is to ensure that research findings are made available to a wider audience of interested readers and that research is integrated into practice through its wider dissemination. The third aim is to make available studies based upon the themes of conferences.
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