USE OF GIS AND DISTANT SENSING AS BEING A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL IN LAND ADMINISTRATION: A CASE ANALYZE OF LAGOS NIGERIA SIMPLY BY
ADEDAYO ADEWUNMI. A
PUBLISHED TO THE OFFICE OF LOCATION IN PART FULFILMENT INTENDED FOR THE AWARD OF EXPERTS OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION PROGRAM, SCHOOL OF POSTGRADUATE STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, AKOKA, LAGOS EXPRESS, NIGERIA. MATRIC NUMBER: 109082061
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1 . one particular INTRODUCTION
Lagos city is actually a mega town and the centre of many financial activities. We have a high increase of people into Lagos on a daily basis and the population growth is also on the increase. The state provides experienced a population development that is fast over the years which has brought about an increase in the need for rapid enlargement of terrain use actions for commercial, residential, commercial among other uses. Addititionally there is the expansion of towns into sub-urban areas and even more areas are witnessing advancement. Land reclamation is also a task that has elevated land region for various uses and places that had been formerly swampy have been converted into dry surface on which various activities will be carried out. It is necessary to know the interest rate at which terrain is being applied and the factor responsible for this kind of. An important means of achieving this is to have a extensive aerial perspective of the region under study and also to employ special application to analyze this data. The best way to achieve this can be through the use of Remote Sensing Technology while GIS assist in rendering analytical tools that can be used to provide adequate information on which decision that will be produced in the future. 1 ) 2 ASSERTION OF THE RESEARCH PROBLEM
There is the have to know the cause of government problems with some to offering a lasting answer that works in line with sustainable creation. In Lagos it has been discovered that property is a significant platform in human actions and it is where human activities take place. Terrain use in Lagos has over the years undergone quick changes and lots of open areas have been changed into residential, industrial, industrial and several other uses. There are also a lot of disputes, policy issues, legislations and also political problems that go into the method land is being used and no ways of gathering useful spatial information and analytical tools which will constantly provide information on land make use of and routine of progress in Lagos. The use of Remote Sensing and GIS provide the means by which land data and growth pattern may be analyzed with the aid of the latest technology.
1 . a few AIM OF THE STUDY
This analyze investigates the implications of the rapid growth of metropolitan Lagos pertaining to land supervision using Geographic Information Devices (GIS) and Remote realizing technology. This can be intended to allow planners and policy-makers contribute to improved land administration and enhance their proficiency in decision-making.
1 . 4 TARGETS
The goals of this research include
1 . Acquiring of data pertaining to analysis
2 . To create a decision support tool pertaining to land operations 3. To demonstrate how newest advances in geospatial data can information planners and policy producers towards an increased land operations 4. Presentation of conclusions and suggestion for lasting development.
1 . 5 THE ANALYSIS AREA: LAGOS STATE
Lagos condition is situated in the South European Nigeria inside latitudes 6th degrees 23'N and Long, 2 certifications and a few degrees forty two E. The state of hawaii is bordered from the North and East by Ogun State, in the West by the Republic of Benin and the Southern by the Ocean Ocean. The total land mass of the express stretches above 3, 345 kilometers. While the state appears physically more compact, it is rated as the most extremely populated express in the country with an estimated population of about 10 million occupants representing 10 % of the total population of Nigeria. Since water is the most significant topographical feature in Lagos Condition, water and wetlands cover 40% of the total area area in the...
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