CURRENT DIRECTIONS OF FORMATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF LAND USE MONITORING OF UNITED TERRITORIAL COMMUNITIES
Keywords:monitoring, united territorial communities, monitoring GIS map
The relevance of the formation and implementation of land use monitoring of united territorial communities has been proven. The purpose of the research is the formation of modern trends in the development and implementation of land use monitoring of united territorial communities. The tasks are solved in the work: improvement of theoretical provisions regarding the definition of land use monitoring; characteristics of typological principles regarding the definition of monitoring; development of an integrated approach to assessing the level of land use; development of geo-information support for monitoring. Monitoring of land use of united territorial communities is a system consisting of spatial, urban planning, ecological and socio-economic support, determined on the basis of evaluation procedures by applying analytical, expert methods, mathematical modeling, tools of geoinformation systems. The typological principles of determining land use factors on the basis of spatial, urban planning, socio-economic and environmental support are characterized, which allow to carry out an integral assessment of the level of development and use of monitoring procedures. The proposed geo-information monitoring support is defined as the resulting element of the formation and implementation of monitoring for increasing the efficiency of land use in the context of creating conditions for regional development. The method of integral assessment is proposed as the main element of the technology of formation and implementation of monitoring, based on analytical and expert methods, which made it possible to form a systematic monitoring environment at the regional level. The application of this method provides opportunities for mathematical modeling of the influence of factors and the construction of geo-information support for this process.
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