Spatial Illustration of Indicatorson the Example of Biomass Potential for Energy Purposesin the Tabi District
Keywords:spatial analysis, sustainable energy, environmental indicators, arable land use, thematic map
This paper is intended to show the importance of spatial accounting, the practicality of
mapping and illustration. To this end, biomass potential that can be grown on arable lands and the resulting indicators were studied on the example of the Tabi járás (Tabi district) of Hungary. The processed data was projected onto maps for mapping the absolute potential, but also specific indicators such as values per hectare or per capita. The results are plotted in equal intervals and along with natural fractures classification of the data. The results thus obtained emphasize the heterogeneity caused by spatial unevenness. Taking such information into account can improve the efficiency of state interventions, investments, developments and the decentralization of other decisions.
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