User-friendly and Integrated Simulation Tool for Support Sustainable Land Management Planning in Tunisian Landscape. Working paper (accepted for the Springer Nature
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Le, Q. B. Zucca, C. Hermassi, T. Diwediga, B. (2021). User-friendly and Integrated Simulation Tool for Support Sustainable Land Management Planning in Tunisian Landscape. Working paper (accepted for the Springer Nature Proceedings of the 3rd Euro-Mediterranean Conference for Environmental Integration (EMCEI 2021).
Sustainable land management (SLM) at scale is essential for achieving land degradation neutrality and improving agricultural livelihoods. In practice, promoting SLM at watershed scale faces many decision-making problems that are mainly caused by diversities of the environment and stakeholder needs/preferences, as well as difficulties in anticipating planning outcomes. This study applies (Integrated LAnd Management Planning Tool (iLAMPT) to examine possible management pathways to address potential soil erosion and costs-benefits driven from different sustainable land management planning scenarios across the Rmel catchment in Tunisia.
- Agricultural Research Knowledge 
Le, Quang Baohttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-8514-1088