Concept of state cadastre of the marine coastal zone of the Russian Federation

@article{Ryabchuk2012ConceptOS,
  title={Concept of state cadastre of the marine coastal zone of the Russian Federation},
  author={Daria Ryabchuk and Vladimir Zhamoida and Mikhail Spiridonov and Boris Arseniev and George Gogoberidze},
  journal={2012 IEEE/OES Baltic International Symposium (BALTIC)},
  year={2012},
  pages={1-7}
}
State Cadastre of the marine coastal zone of the Russian Federation (RF SCMCZ) is created to ordering of information about resources and capabilities of the coastal zone as a set of data, including qualitative and quantitative inventory of the objects or phenomena and their economic evaluation. The main legal acts necessary for the preparation of methodological and legal foundations of the RF SCMCZ and its filling are the Constitution of the Russian Federation, Land, Water and Forestry Codes… CONTINUE READING

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