12/03/2015
lisa monaghan

Lebon (1959). Land Use Mapping in Sudan

In September, 1955, during the Symposium on Natural Resources, Land and Population in Tropical Africa held at Makerere College, Kampala, Uganda, Professor L. Dudley Stamp asked the author of this article to address a meeting on land use maps. In the brief talk which was thereupon prepared and delivered,' it was stated that no land use maps for any part of Sudan existed; but certain local surveys had been executed, not primarily of land use, but which might serve as the basis of such. The general inference was pessimistic, for it then seemed quite impracticable to attempt to produce land use maps for a territory

Category: Anthropology and History

Sub-category: Community, International Assistance and Interventions, Land

 

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