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Integrated Advanced Remote Sensing GIS Study for Bamboo-based Livelihood Analysis and Rural Development Planning in Nhamatanda, Dondo districts of Sofala province, Mozambique

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Integrated Advanced Remote Sensing GIS Study for Bamboo-based Livelihood Analysis and Rural Development Planning in Nhamatanda, Dondo districts of Sofala province, Mozambique

Author:

IUCN

Publisher:

FAO; INBAR; IUCN

Year:

2010

Pages:

104

Keywords:

bamboo, resource mapping, assessment, Mozambique

A report written by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), INBAR and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The study broadly aims at establishing a pilot model for an integrated approach of remote sensing and GIS, and tests its utility in Mozambique for livelihoods development. The information from this report can be used for devising a more practical and integrated approach to resource planning and development in Mozambique.

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