Land Use Survey

Land Use Survey

Help improve land use information by completing a five minute survey.

Posted on 16.12.2019

Land use and land management practices have a profound impact on Queensland’s natural resources, agricultural production and the environment.

The availability of consistent and reliable spatial information regarding land use is critical for sustainable natural resource management by the Queensland, Australian, and local governments, regional Natural Resource Management groups, industry groups, community groups and land managers.

The Queensland Spatial Information Council defines land use as a foundation dataset ‘vital for the progression and development of Queensland’.

The Queensland Land Use Mapping Program (QLUMP) maps and assesses land use patterns and changes across the state, according to the Australian Land Use and Management Classification.

QLUMP is part of the Australian Collaborative Land Use and Management Program (ACLUMP), coordinated by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences. ACLUMP promotes nationally consistent land use information.

Government, the private sector, research agencies and community groups use the QLUMP datasets for natural resource assessment, monitoring and planning.

Help improve land use information by completing a five minute survey.

QLUMP is part of the Australian Collaborative Land Use and Management Program (ACLUMP), coordinated by the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences. ACLUMP promotes nationally consistent land use information.

Government, the private sector, research agencies and community groups use the QLUMP datasets for natural resource assessment, monitoring and planning.

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Queensland Land Use Mapping Program

 

 

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