Definition. Land cover indicates the physical land type such as forest or open water. Land cover data documents how much of a region is covered by forests, wetlands, impervious surfaces, agriculture, and other land and water types. Land cover can be determined by analyzing satellite and aerial imagery. (Source: NOAA: https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/lclu.html)
Definition. Data regarding agricultural land usage and changes in usage, such as different crop or vegetation cover. Land use shows how people use the landscape – whether for development, conservation, or mixed uses
Definition. Basic geospatial data, including raster and vector maps, administrative boundaries, points of data. Data including topographic and physical maps (and satellite or laser imagery) of natural features such as mountains, rivers and forests, and transport and building infrastructure.
Definition. Various population and agricultural-related data, which may include employment statistics, food security indicators, amounts of land dedicated to/value added by different crops, crop yields, fertiliser and irrigation usage, and other agricultural production details.
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University of Melbourne. Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures & Land Administration (CSDILA)
The "Cadastral Template 2.0" has been developed by a research group at the Centre for SDIs and Land administration, Department of Infrastructure Engineering of the University of Melbourne and it was...