This report summarises some of the substantive results from the 3-year programme of research funded by the UK Department for International Development and based in the peri-urban environs of Kumasi, Ghana. The aim of the research was to develop methodology for collecting and using information on peri-urban production systems to benefit the poor, using GIS and remote sensing technology.
Thomas, G. Development of methods of peri-urban natural resource information collection, storage, access and management. Addendum to the Final Technical Report. Cranfield Centre for Geographical Information Management, Cranfield University, Silsoe, Bedford, UK (2000) 14 pp.