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Nhan đề: Integrating digital and human data sources for environmental planning and climate change adaptation: from research to practice in central Vietnam
Tác giả: Ty, Pham Huu
Heeks, Richard
Chuong, Huynh Van
Từ khoá: Integrating digital
Human data sources
Environmental planning
Climate change
Năm xuất bản: Jan-2012
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies;Page 132-146
Tóm tắt: Climate-related and climate change-related events are causing problems for agricultural communities in many developing countries, and are requiring new practices that enable these communities to adapt. In planning adaptation practices, two quite different data sources have been common — top-down digital sources such as those provided by remote sensing, and bottom-up human sources such as those provided by participatory events. These can be brought together via geographic information systems to produce a more robust guide for adaptational decision-making. This paper reports one such initiative in Central Vietnam which integrated local and external data sources geographical, economic, political, and agricultural— in order to provide guidance on environmental planning. The paper reports on the transfer from research modelling to environmental practice, and also draws some broader conclusions about data source integration for ICT4Dpractitioners including the need to re-engineer planning processes rather than simply automate traditional often narrowly-scientific and top-down approaches.
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