Geoinformation mapping for providing the rational use and protection of soil

  • 1 National university of life and environmental science of Ukraine – Kyiv, Ukraine


The approach to design of the system of geoinformation mapping to support making the land management project or management decisions for soil conservation were shown in the study. Developing the conceptual, logical and physical models of geodatabase to provide mapping of arable land condition was shown in the study. A set of thematic maps, designed as combination of relief, climatic and soil conditions, would be very effective to the land management in optimizing the rational use and protection of land.



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