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DOI: 10.5593/SGEM2014/B23/S11.067

CONTRIBUTIONS REGARDING MODERN TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF FARMLAND RECORDS

O. Coltan, V. Ciolac, E. Pet, E. Nistor
Wednesday 1 October 2014 by Libadmin2014

References: 14th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2014, www.sgem.org, SGEM2014 Conference Proceedings, ISBN 978-619-7105-12-4 / ISSN 1314-2704, June 19-25, 2014, Book 2, Vol. 3, 529-536 pp

ABSTRACT
Achievement of the network support – Siria – Ghioroc – Barsa has become a necessity, in order to achieve the systematic registration of all farmland from administrative units (AU) Siria, Ghioroc and Barsa. Actually, the desire was to repair the injustices of the communist regime, concerning the farmland ownership and especially by returning of land which was forcibly expropriated in years „60 ". Due to the wrong way of this restitution, results a greater fragmentation of farmland, which creates big problems in crop production. Land parcellation was made mostly without field measurements, only using some maps more or less accurate, hence resulted in many discrepancies with reality. Given these considerations, we chose to perform a new network, composed of landmarks distributed uniform within the three AU’s (Siria, Ghioroc and Barsa), performing the thickening of state geodetic network by GPS measurements. The total surface area covered by new geodetic network created is 13.656 ha on Siria AU, 4861 ha on AU Ghioroc and 5174 ha on Barsa. Twenty-five sessions of GPS measurements over three days were made. To determine the coordinates of benchmarks we used geodetic state network points, namely, permanent stations Arad, Beius, Faget, Gurahont; points Class B: Lipova AR01, AR05 Ineu, Sebis AR06 and a point of first order: Curtici. Fifty-two new network points were determined: 21 points on AU Siria, 13 new points on AU Ghioroc and 18 new points on AU Barsa. New points determined, formed the basis of topographic measurements, which were performed within each administrative unit (AU), in order to draw the cadastral plan for each territorial administrative unit (AU) separately. In this paper, we have referred only to AU Barsa with a total area of 5174 ha, of which 2.836 ha arable land, 225 ha of orchards and nurseries; 1.258 ha pasture, 129 ha meadows, while the remaining area is occupied by forests.

Keywords: GPS measurements, network support, geodetic network state, cadastral plan

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