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Analysis on Land Development and Consolidation in Mountainous Area ——A case of land development and consolidation project in Haiba Village of Fengjie County

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  • Tian, Mao-qiang
  • Zuo, Chun-rong
  • Tan, Xian-long
  • Li, Yan-jun
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    The paper describes the land use situation in the project area from two aspects. Firstly, natural situation (landscape, temperature, soil hydrology, natural disaster); secondly, land use situation (land use structure, project construction scale, land area of different vegetation classes). Through the research on the land development and consolidation of Haiba Village of Fengjie County, the project is concluded and the implementation cases of the project are reduced from the following six aspects: land leveling project, water conservancy and irrigation, farmland road engineering, project management system, project funds management and completion and delivery of construction project. Besides, the social, ecological and economic interests obtained by the projects are analyzed, so as to provide reference for promoting land development and consolidation in the future.

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    Article provided by USA-China Science and Culture Media Corporation in its journal Asian Agricultural Research.

    Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 12 (December)

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    Handle: RePEc:ags:asagre:102384
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