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Land use change detection of sopore towan district baramulla Jammu & Kashmir

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Chandra Mohan Rajoriya, Brij Mohan Singh, Intizar Ahmad Sofi and Dr. Bhanwar Lal Jat
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

The world ‘land’ includes all the characteristics and qualities of the earth. Land may take many physical forms, plains, swamps, hills, mountains and valleys. It may have many kinds of vegetation such as forests, Prairie or tundra, and it may have anon of many kinds of climate, from hot to cold, from humid to arid with any inclusive ideas, especially one which has population as well as professional use. Land obviously means different things to different people. The above prints reveal the fact, that urban centre’s are growing by leaps of bounds both at global as national levels makings the study of urban areas an increasingly important branch of geography. Besides population, the most important aspects of this branch of discipline are the sites on which the urban population is concerned i.e. the land in urban areas and its various uses. Land use is the use of the land by man while as land cover relates the type of feature presents on the surface of earth. Both these terms are used simultaneously for planning of management activities. The wetland of the Town is changing very fast residential use. People are cutting the trees of their own and the government to make the space for the illegal constructions. Although new roads are being constructed at a large scale but due to the carelessness of the government and the concerned authorities a good amount of land, proposed for road construction has been put under the residential and commercial use by the people. The density of the settlements is inclining very fast, which is changing the main town areas into the slums. Negligible land areas. In short, we the land use has undergone a great change due to which the morphology of the town has been changed from mono-centric to the poly centric region. Urban land use change is an inevitable phenomenon as it is a part and parcel of the overall dynamics of urbanization. Although land use changes cannot be avoided, yet its directions can be regulated in a controlled manner. The control over land use changes are essential as otherwise it leads to a haphazard and unplanned growth of cities and towns. This control can be achieved by planning of land use.

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