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Land use planning in Bangladesh

A. K. M. Kamaluddin Choudhury

Land use planning in Bangladesh

by A. K. M. Kamaluddin Choudhury

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Published by A.H. Development Pub. House in Dhaka .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Land use -- Bangladesh -- Planning

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-167) and index.

    StatementA.K.M. Kamaluddin Choudhury.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD880.6.Z63 (H7)+
    The Physical Object
    Pagination170 p. :
    Number of Pages170
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23176119M
    ISBN 1098483600209
    LC Control Number2009341173

    The pressure of population on the land and its resources is a major factor affecting sustainable development in Bangladesh. Whether by overexploitation or mismanagement, changes in . The use of land is of paramount importance in a country which is thickly populated and still very reliant on primary production. Land and water are the two major natural resources of Bangladesh. This account includes the shallow estuarine water surface between the .

    A.M. Dewan, et ting flood hazard for land-use planning in greater Dhaka of Bangladesh using remote sensing and GIS techniques Water Resources Management, 21 (9) (), pp. Google ScholarAuthor: Uttama Barua, Mohammad Shakil Akther, Ishrat Islam. The Importance of Land Policy • Enhances tenure security and determines mechanism for distribution of land rights • Promotes social stability (clarifies government goals/objectives) • Basis for economic development (expectations and predictability) • Sustainable land use and sound land management • Development of legislation File Size: KB.

    Pre-and post-tsunami coastal planning and land-use policies and issues in Bangladesh Rafiqul Islam1 The coastal zone of Bangladesh covers 19 coastal districts and the exclusive economic zone (EEZ); it is prone to multiple threats. The Indian Ocean tsunami caused no significant damage to the Size: KB. 3. Land Use Conflicts in Bangladesh Since there is an acute shortage of land in Bangladesh, still competition among the various land uses is natural. Agriculture, being the dominant land use type, is in constant conflict with other uses. Land type, area and proportion of Country‟s total area are shown in Table 4. There areFile Size: KB.


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