Research and analysis

1930s Land Utilisation mapping: an improved evidence-base for policy?

This report describes how land use maps produced in the 1930s contain a wealth of information that could still prove useful today.

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1930s Land Utilisation mapping: an improved evidence-base for policy?

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1930s Land Utilisation mapping: an improved evidence-base for policy?

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This report describes how land use maps produced in the 1930s contain a wealth of information that could still prove useful today. The purpose of the latest study has been to determine a cost-effective means for conversion of this map data to a format usable in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).