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Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP): Computer help for land use decision making

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Robert Johnston, University of California
Linda Thorpe, University of California

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California Agriculture 29(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1975

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A series of computer Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP) is being developed to assist land use planners and decision makers in data interpretation vital to environmental planning. Forthcoming land use legislation will have important effects on individual land owners and on California agriculture. This system of programs is designed to be an in (pensive tool for the production of inven-iry, interpretive, combination and evaluation maps from social and physical resource data.

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Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP): Computer help for land use decision making

Michael J. Singer, Robert Johnston, Linda Thorpe
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Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP): Computer help for land use decision making

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Authors

Robert Johnston, University of California
Linda Thorpe, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 29(7):12-14.

Published July 01, 1975

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

A series of computer Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP) is being developed to assist land use planners and decision makers in data interpretation vital to environmental planning. Forthcoming land use legislation will have important effects on individual land owners and on California agriculture. This system of programs is designed to be an in (pensive tool for the production of inven-iry, interpretive, combination and evaluation maps from social and physical resource data.

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