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Implementation of a web services-based SDI to control and manage private ownership rights on coastal areas
It is stated in the legislation related to the management of coastal areas, particularly in the Coastal Law, that private ownership shall not be allowed in coastal areas in Turkey. However, due to de?ciencies in the ...
Designing a flood forecasting and inundation-mapping system integrated with spatial data infrastructures
Turkey currently lacks a fully functional flood forecasting system (FFS). How- ever, the studies necessary for establishing such a system are still being performed by the Turkish State Meteorological Service. The main ...
Geospatial web services for e-municipality
(International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2004)
Municipality activities require interoperability both between municipality offices, and government and private sector. Due to the lack of interoperability, traditional municipalities, and governments face serious problems. ...
Agricultural land use suitability analysis using GIS and AHP technique
The aim of this study was to determine suitable lands for agricultural use in the Yusufeli district of Artvin city (Turkey), where the current agricultural land in the district center and 3 villages will be completely ...
Semantic web services for implementing national spatial data infrastructures
(Academic Journals, 2010)
Either the business model or the requirements of “Sustainable Development” has rendered collaboration indispensable today. Spatial data infrastructures (SDIs) are widely accepted as the way of enabling collaboration among ...
The value of marine spatial data infrastructure for integrated coastal zone management
(Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P), 2008)
The aim of this work is to identify the value of Spa- tial Data Infrastructures (SDI) for the coastal resource use and specifically for Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) in Turkey. For this purpose, some coastal ...