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Coupling GIS with modeling tools to support land use planning and management of sugar beet area, West Nubaria, Egypt


Coupling GIS with modeling tools to support land use planning and management of sugar beet area, West Nubaria, Egypt



Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 46(1): 169-180



ISSN/ISBN: 0044-7250

The main goal of the study is to link MicroLEIS and SALTMOD modelling programmes with geographical information systems (GIS) to create a spatial decision support tool for land use planning and management in the sugarbeet area, West Nubaria region, Egypt. The objectives of this research are: (1) assess the land spatial variability; (2) evaluate the main soil units in relation to specific land uses; and (3) identify the main factors limiting land productivity.

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