Urban Sprawl, Agricultural Land Use And Food Security In Shai Osudoku District,
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Urban Sprawl, Agricultural Land Use And Food Security In Shai Osudoku District, Ghana
Shai Osudoku, a District known as the food basket of Greater Accra Region of Ghana is experiencing the sprawl phenomenon. Agricultural lands, which serves as the main source of livelihood to many in the District, has been encroached by urban sprawl processes. This study focuses on urban sprawl, agricultural land use and food security in the Shai Sudoku District (SOD) of Greater Accra Region of Ghana. A multi-temporal set of Remote Sensing data was used to study and classify the District. This dataset included Landsat (Enhanced Thematic Mapper) images of (1991, 2002 and 2013). GIS Software, ArcGIS was used to produce the map output. The perception that natural increase is the mainDownloadViews: 114

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