This scientific paper aims to detail the purpose of the Green Cadastre, its importance as well as the means by which the objectives of this project can be achieved. First of all, the Green Cadastre is an information system whose purpose is to analyze and store information and data related to green spaces located inside a locality, i.e. they must be in an urban area, not out of town (outside the locality). It aims to stop pollution in cities, remove ragweed, create new habitats for living things that live in trees, grass or water and of course to beautify cities. The importance of the Green Cadastre is related to the problem of pollution we face today, it has the consequences of destroying nature, such as forests, bodies of water and the air we breathe, this problem affects not only us but also animals whose habitats have been destroyed by it, the introduction and maintenance of the Green Cadastre in cities with and without green spaces can help in the fight against pollution. Some methods used by the Green Cadastre are the protection and conservation of green spaces, the expansion of green spaces by transforming neglected and damaged spaces into green areas, registering all trees in the area, proposing and implementing a set of measures to maintain a proper state of care and commitment for green spaces, obtaining data from topo-geodetic surveys and digitizing this data. The digitization process of the data pertaining to the green cadastre obtained after the topographic activities performed in the field, these activities are generally executed with the help of total stations and GPS devices. In the field part of this work, only a total Leica TCR 705 station was used, the method used for the topo-geodetic elevations is that of the supported polygonal course at the ends starting from a known station point. The digitization is done by importing the resulting data into AutoCad or DraftSight, the data is then divided into "layers" according to their category of use.
Green Cadastre, Green Spaces, Surfaces, Pollution
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics
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