Logistic modelling to identify and monitor local land management systems

  title={Logistic modelling to identify and monitor local land management systems},
  author={Anne Gobin and Penelope Campling and J. Feyen},
In the wake of sustainable development, measurable indicators are needed to monitor land resources management. Aerial photograph interpretation, participatory research methods and logistic modelling were combined to establish indicators and to investigate their relationship with local land management systems. Land tenure and customary laws explained the di€erences in ®eld characteristics at Ikem (southeastern Nigeria). A binary followed by an ordinal logistic model quanti®ed the relationship… CONTINUE READING


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