GIM June 2017

GIM June 2017

COVER STORY

The front cover of this June 2017 issue of GIM International shows a Landsat (15m) satellite image of Wadi As-Sirhan, Saudi Arabia, revealing crop circles in the desert. Saudi Arabia has been steadily developing agricultural land using centre-pivot irrigation. The country has modernised its cadastral registration system over the past couple of years. A digital system has been developed in order to provide accessibility to the country’s online cadastral records from any location. (Courtesy: NASA/USGS)

This issue contains the following articles:

  • Need for New Players and Leaders to Enter the Land Sector 
  • Shedding Light on the Land Sector 
  • Handheld Land Administration Mapping Methods
  • Optimism about Land Rights for All 

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