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Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
Lupws session 2_land classes_TABI_eng
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National LUP workshop 4.10. - 5.10.2012, Vientiane, lao PDR …

National LUP workshop 4.10. - 5.10.2012, Vientiane, lao PDR

TABI

Harmonization of Land Classification and Mapping Standards

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  • 1. Session 2: Harmonization of Land Classification and Mapping Standards Rural Land Use Planning Experience Sharing – Lessons Learned – Workshop 1 Vientiane, 4th – 5th October 201215.10.2012
  • 2. WHY harmonise land classifications and mapping? • If different agencies and project use different classes and map standards > then different maps are produced in the same districts – and these maps/datasets cannot be merged/joined. • Using the same classes/standards and data models is necessary for information exchange – meaning better collaboration and coherent planning • Specific land use systems in the uplands (eg rotational cultivation, fallow and forest types) need to be incorporated in the classification scheme – to plan for upland land and natural resources management. • Land use planning and mapping is a precondition for land registration and REDD – and we need to present “standard data sets” to the agencies responsible for LR/T and REDD.  This will all contribution to the national targets on land use planning, sustainable land zoning and management 215.10.2012
  • 3. HOW to harmonize land classifications and mapping? • Joint development and consultation processes between MONRE ( GIZ) and MAF ( TABI) over the last 14 months. • Existing classification schemes and guidelines used as a reference: • Land Law and Forest Law (but interpreted) • NLMA / LNRRIC and DLUPD: 8+ land classes for land zoning • NLMA and MAF and various Project field experience • MTPW legal framework for roads, rivers, • etc • Based on state-of-the-art GIS mapping tools and international colouring codes and standards 315.10.2012
  • 4. BASIC PRINCIPLE of harmonized land classification and mapping 3 Level Hierarchical Land Classification Level 1: 8 Land Types (according to land law) Level 2: Main Land Categories (38 Categories) Level 3: Sub Land Categories (> 80 Sub-categories) 2 Levels or types of Mapping Objectives: 1.) Current Land Use Data/Maps 2.) Future Management Plan Data/Maps 415.10.2012
  • 5. TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION: from Classification Scheme to Data Model 515.10.2012
  • 6. TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION of proposed harmonized land classification and mapping Table 1: Current land use Table 2: Future Mgt Map Zonation Map Main sub- Main sub- Land types Category Category Category Category 1 F: Forest 4 13 5 16 P: Plantation 1 6 - - 2 A: Agriculture land 11 30 10 29 V: other vegetated land 1 3 0 0 U: unvegetated land 1 3 0 0 3 W: Water areas 4 10 4 10 4 B: Settlement 4 9 4 9 5 I: Industrial 3 3 4 4 6 R: Roads 6 6 6 6 7 C: Cultural 3 5 3 5 8 D: Defense 2 2 2 2 615.10.2012
  • 7. TABI experience with use of harmonized land classification systems and mapping • Need a special colour for paddy fields in the uplands, as often very small areas. In the lowlands use ‚yellow‘ colour as background for paddy, but in highlands propose to use pink. 715.10.2012
  • 8. Current Land Use Map: Example 1: Ban Donsai, Ponsai 815.10.2012
  • 9. Land Use Planning / Zonation Map: Example 1, Ban Donsai 915.10.2012
  • 10. Current Land Use Map: Example 2: Ban Phungman, Phoukoudt 1015.10.2012
  • 11. Land Use Planning / Zonation Map: Example 2: Ban Phungman 1115.10.2012
  • 12. Conclusions • The 3 level systematic and hierarchical Land Classification System (for both Current Land Use and Future Management zones), allows for flexibility in terms of degree of detail. • The system has tested and enhanced where necessary in MONRE (GIZ) and MAF (TABI) over the last 12 month. • The system enhances data retention and usability in the future. • It is the basis for a enhanced data and information exchange which can lead to more efficient and coherent planning between sectors (e.g. MAF & MONRE, and projects). • Technically all necessary tools are available (e.g. colour & symbol files). • Standardized map production and online mapping are greatly facilitated if the community uses same classification/data 12 model (e.g. LUP- platform website)15.10.2012
  • 13. Next steps • Discussion on land classification/data model for Current Land Use and Future Management Zones. • Possible changes and enhancements of proposed land classification/data model. • Formal agreement of MAF and MONRE to use this land classification/data model. 1315.10.2012

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