Land use patterns for driving environmental management of tea agricultural croplands

ÖZÇELİK A. E., Nisanci R.

COMPUTERS AND ELECTRONICS IN AGRICULTURE, vol.122, pp.41-54, 2016 (SCI-Expanded) identifier identifier


Today, there is no integrated land administration system within cadastre and land registry for land use and management of tea agricultural croplands. So, it is needed to a comprehensive development agenda for enabling land management driven land use policy reforms integrated geo-spatial data with cadastre through parcel-based registration and recording system on tea agricultural croplands. A wide range of uses of spatial data and geo-information in these reforms brings real ability to enable achieving global initiatives on sustainable and interoperable tea agricultural systems. To support sustainable tea agriculture for current and future agricultural trends, an application-oriented modeling for monitoring, mapping and registration system is needed to shape and management of tea agricultural croplands and cropping facilities. Having said this firstly registration and recording of recognized property rights are crucial especially for land certification process. So improved property rights (rights, restrictions and responsibilities (RRR)) on certificated croplands are the basis for the building of management system. This system is coming to the fore also to make sound creating standards at global level in the well-designed and long-term initiative supports for sustainable tea agricultural cropping management. Reflecting this, it is also-essential to enable modeling of production to consumption process to draw attention through increasing tea agricultural productivity with recording of tea agricultural outputs. So in this paper it is revealed what the initiatives are for support to spatial design and planning of tea agricultural croplands integrated global tea agricultural development by comparison current tea agricultural system. In order to accomplish a broad range of applications as especially registration, recording and monitoring system the spatio-temporal changes based on Geographical Information System (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) would be chosen. Our results show that it is coming to the fore together with growing concerns in global agricultural world by lack of a comprehensive integration of cadastre and land administration system for management of tea agricultural croplands having uneven geographic distribution. It has been also found evidence of the certification type of current tea agricultural cropland that is required to register with a certificate integrated land registry and cadastre to enable tea agricultural farming facilities on it by tea parties. They are having been led to mapping by using unique certification types, namely as "certificated cropland". So, for the future work, it is showed that intended to building a National Tea Agricultural System for environmentally-related tea agricultural croplands development practise in all concerned countries. (C) 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.