Recently, the resettlement activities of Son La hydroelectric power station (SHPS) have been carrying out within three provinces: Son La, Lai Chau, and Dien Bien. The main problem is !hat with limited land fund for resett1emcnt (each household has about 1-2 ha of agricultural land in average ), the land use and argicultural production organization should be ensure favorable conditions for resettled people.
This report is ostensibly about land quality indicators (LQIs). However, anyone who reads it will find a useful compilation of advice, experience and opinion on why land quality information is important for sustainable development and how it can be used more effectively for planning and decision making. But the report also poses as many questions as it answers, which in itself reflects the diversity of viewpoints on indicators.
(BQ) Ebook Earth science: Earth's Resources Science helps you know describe three ways that forests supply resources for organisms that live on Earth; how can water get polluted? How can you help reduce the negative impact that humans can have on the environment? Which source of energy do you think has the most benefits?.
Assessment of source of air, water, and land pollution - Part II : Approaches for consideration in formulating evironmantal control strategies.The environment is a combination of natural factors and social surrounds the outside of a certain system. They affect this system and identify trends and status of its existence. Environment can be seen as a set, in which the system is considered as a subset. Environment of a system is considered to be interactive with that system
Environmental Land Use Planning brings together leading scholars in the field of environmental problem solving to examine environmental problems and effects on land uses; analytical methods and tools in the field; and the role of governments, community grants and tradable permits in environmental planning. The chapters are based on empirical research from countries around the globe including Canada, USA, China, Nigeria, Germany, Serbia, Venezuela, and Brazil.
The Pacific Islands region contains about 200 high islands and about 2 500 low
islands and atolls. Apart from the Pitcairn group and the southern part of French
Polynesia in the east of the area, all the islands of the area lie in the tropical zone.
In general, the islands increase in size from east to west, with Papua New
Guinea at the western-most edge of the region having most of the region’s land
area. The islands mostly rise steeply from the deep ocean floor and have very little
Natural Resources and Economic Development explores a key para-
dox: why is natural resource exploitation not yielding greater benefits
to the poor economies of Africa, Asia and Latin America?
Part One examines this paradox both through a historical review of
resource use and development and through examining current theories
that explain the under-performance of today’s resource-abundant
economies, and proposes a frontier expansion hypothesis as an alter-
Hydrology is the science that deals with the processes governing the depletion and replenishment of water resources of the earth's land areas. The purpose of this book is to put together recent developments on hydrology and water resources engineering. First section covers surface water modeling and second section deals with groundwater modeling. The aim of this book is to focus attention on the management of surface water and groundwater resources.
he Earth has been blessed with an abundant supply of natural
resources. Natural resources are those elements that exist on
the planet for the use and benefit of all living things. Scientists
commonly divide them down into distinct groups for the purposes of
studying them. These groups include agricultural resources, plants,
animals, energy sources, landscapes, forests, minerals, and water and
Landscape ecology has emerged in the past decade as an important and useful tool for land-use planners and landscape architects. While professionals and scholars have begun to incorporate aspects of this new field into their work, there remains a need for a summary of key principles and how they might be applied in design and planning.This volume fills that need. It is a concise handbook that lists and illustrates key principles in the field, presenting specific examples of how the principles can be applied in a range of scales and diverse types of landscapes around the world....
Globalization is the process of coming together as a closely
connected global community. It began thousands of years
ago, when tribal groups and small hunting parties wandered from
place to place. The process accelerated following Columbus’s epic
voyage more than five centuries ago. Europeans—an estimated
50 million of them—spread out to occupy lands throughout the
world. This migration transformed the distribution of the world’s
peoples and their cultures forever. In the United States and Can-
ada, for example, most people speak a West European language.
Land contamination has been recognised as a challenge to present and
future generations resulting from previous industrial and waste disposal
practices. This book is a result of the authors’ desire to make sure that the
risks from land contamination are effectively understood and adequately
managed in a context of wise stewardship of resources. It is written for
those embarking on their journey in contaminated land management –
those final year undergraduate and postgraduate students pursuing an
option in contaminated land.
The Land Resources Development Centre, one of the scientific units of the Overseas
Development Administration, assists developing countries in mapping, investigating
and assessing land resources, and makes recommendations on the use of these resources
for the development of agriculture, livestock husbandry and forestry; it also gives
advice on related subjects to overseas governments and organisations, makes scientific
personnel available for appointment abroad and provides lectures and training courses
in the basic techniques of resource appraisal and development.
(BQ) Ebook Earth science: Resources on Earth helps you know what is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources? Give examples of each in your explanation, what are some ways in which air, land, and water provide resources? What is an advantage and disadvantage of nuclear power?.
Research objectives: The thesis aims to assess humanity tourism resources of Thua Thien-Hue province; basing on the findings to propose recommendations on orientations and solutions to exploit effectively humanity tourism resources and satisfy sustainably growth requirements of Thua Thien Hue tourism in the future.
This third edition retains the range of analytical techniques and the structure
of individual chapters of the second edition. However, there are some
significant changes, with the introduction of new topics and some deletions,
to take into account the changing priorities in environmental analysis.
The environment is key to sustaining human economic activity and well-being, for
without a healthy environment, human quality of life is reduced. Most people
would agree that there are also many reasons to protect the environment for its own
inherent worth, and especially to leave a legacy of fully functioning natural
resources. Sustainable land management refers to the activities of humans and
implies that activity will continue in perpetuity. It is a term that attempts to balance
the often conflicting ideals of economic growth and maintaining environmental
quality and viability....