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Development of a regional forest management information system : case study of Noo-shahr, Iran

Mahdavi, Ali

Titre : Development of a regional forest management information system : case study of Noo-shahr, Iran

Auteur : Mahdavi, Ali

Université de soutenance : Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg im Breisgau

Grade : Doktorwürde der Fakultät für Forst- und Umweltwissenschaften 2006

Résumé
The size and diversity of activities carried out by the Forest, rangeland & watershed organisation of Iran results in the production and reproduction of huge volumes of data and documents. It is difficult to provide reports suited to the particular needs of a specific user and in turn for the user to retrieve from the reports the information required for decision making, research, and so on. What is lacking in the Iranian forestry sector in relative terms is not forestry information but its management (the capacity to systematically process, store, retrieve, disseminate and document forestry information) and the corresponding capacity use this information efficiently. The aims of the present study were to introduce a computer-based management information system for the provincial General Natural Resource Office (GNRO) in Noo-shahr in particular and the Forest, Range & Watershed Organisation of Iran (FRWOI) generally. The main objectives of the study are ; Analysis the present conditions of forest information flow in forestry sector of the Mazandaran province in Iran and identification of the gaps in data transfer and information Analysis of information requirement Design a database model and forest management information system for managing of information on a regional scale Construction and testing of a database model

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