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Autori: Mladineo, Nenad; Knezić, Snježana; Goršeta, Damir
Naslov: Hierarchic Approach to Mine Action in Croatia
( Hierarchic Approach to Mine Action in Croatia )
Izvornik: Journal of Mine Action (1533-9440) 7 (2003), 2; 41-45
Vrsta rada: članak
Ključne riječi: humanitarian demining; system analysis; multicriteria analysis; GIS
( humanitarian demining; system analysis; multicriteria analysis; GIS )
Sažetak:
The Republic of Croatia is one of the 10 most mine-contaminated countries in the world. There are almost 750, 000 mines on 1, 630 sq km of mine-suspected areas. It is estimated that removing all the mines in the Republic of Croatia would cost approximately $1.473 billion (U.S.) and would require 10 years of intensive work. Recent experiences indicate that the demining process is a ?complex, slow and expensive job.? Lack of finances influences the definition of priorities for mine removal?assessing which territories offer the greatest potential benefit if the mines are removed. Furthermore, lack of priority coordination and the failure to meet the needs of stakeholders was also noticed. In order to solve these problems this paper describes an initiative for implementing a new methodological approach based on geographic information systems (GIS) and multicriteria analysis for planning and operation of human demining.
Projekt / tema: 0083172
Izvorni jezik: eng
Kategorija: Znanstveni
Znanstvena područja:
Građevinarstvo
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