FORESTIST
Araştırma Makalesi (Research Article)

Evaluation of forest management plans in conjunction with the cadastral information: The case of Agva and Beykoz, Istanbul

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Gumushane University, Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Department of Forestry and Environmental Science, 29100, Gumushane, Turkey

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Turkish General Directorate of Forestry, Duzce Forest Enterprise, 81100, Duzce, Turkey

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Duzce University, Faculty of Forestry, Department of Forest Engineering, 81620 Duzce, Turkey

FORESTIST 2016; 66: 641-648
DOI: 10.17099/jffiu.77941
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Determination of land ownership and boundaries is one of the most important purposes of the urban and rural land laws. There can be some boundary problems while preparing forestry area of any urban area when there is not consistency between the borders constructed by different state organizations like land cadastre, forest cadastre and forest management and planning teams. This study aims to illustrate these conflicts in forestry applications process of two different areas (Ağva and Beykoz) having different characteristics. The study was carried out in Ağva and Beykoz districts in the province of Istanbul and focused on the integration in the land and forest cadastral systems. The Beykoz and Ağva Forest Planning Units have different characteristics in terms of population (urban and rural) and social impacts. Analyses of the data obtained from the field studies which it was utilized for the investigation of the data obtained from various base maps, were carried out using GIS software. Many inhabitants of the villages in the Ağva Planning Unit had migrated from the district. Thus, in accordance with Boundary Law number of 6831 part of 2/B some parcels of villages in Ağva were determined to be acting forest and were reassigned as forest land. In Beykoz, however, areas of this nature were few and the destruction of the forests was great. The spatial analysis of the study made it possible to remove discrepancies occurring in the cadastral situation by preparing forest management plans. Consequently, if land cadastre and forest cadastre units carry out work in coordination to determine the cadastral situation, a basis for forest management plans can be established and cadastral problems greatly reduced. 

Cite (Atıf) : Cakir, G., Guler, A., Zengin, H., Degermenci, A.S., 2016. Evaluation of forest management plans in conjunction with the cadastral information: The case of Agva and Beykoz, Istanbul. Journal of the Faculty of Forestry Istanbul University 66(2): 641-648. DOI: 10.17099/jffiu.77941

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