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Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape
Focal point: 
Halina Stachura — secretary of the Journal
Phone number: 
+48 12 662 45 32


University of Agriculture in Krakow
ul. Balicka 253a
30-198 Krakow
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By the decision of the authorities of the Department of Environmental Engineering and Geodesy at the University of Agriculture in Krakow of 17 October 2012 a scientific quarterly magazine named Geomatics, Landmanagement and Landscape (GLL) was created.

The purpose of the quarterly magazine are presentations, discussions and exchange of scientific thoughts in the field of broadly understood planning, shaping and protection of the environment and landscapes; modern geoinformatic techniques, surveying, rural areas development and property management.

The ambition of the publishers is to make the quarterly magazine one of the leading scientific publishing house concerning the above range in Central and Eastern Europe. Creation of such a publishing house is the result of many years of cooperation of the Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Land Surveying with many research centers in Europe and in the world. The newly published scientific journals contain only English-language, reviewed original research articles. The advantage of the quarterly magazine is its regularity of appearance and high substantial value. The quarterly magazine is published by the Publishers of the University of Agriculture in Krakow in the issue of 350 copies. Over time, the journal will published only in the electronic version.

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Rural Land Management in Bangladesh

Problems and Prospects

Publicação revisada por pares
Dezembro, 2017

Based on a theoretical discussion from global perspective the paper describes present rural land administration and management structure in Bangladesh. Bangladesh is a land scarce country with high-density population. As most of the people live in rural areas and depend on agriculture and allied activities, proper rural land management is crucial. The paper presents an overall view of rural land management in Bangladesh and reveals that the current land management system is almost obsolete. Land administration system is conventional and characterised by inefficiency and corruption.

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