This article discusses the issues and benefits involved in attaining information on local areas containing explosive remnants of war through the local population that use these areas, a process called direct mapping. Once collected, data is used to discern which areas, based on the local population’s activities, deserve the highest clearance priorities. This process is described through in-depth analysis of the steps involved.



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