Sustainable land use can be achieved by detecting the temporal change over which the current land use properties have been experienced. The CORINE system is one of the most commonly used methods for determining land use properties. In this study, the land use properties of Bingöl Province were analyzed according to the CORINE (2000-2012) system and the possibilities of sustainable land use for the province were determined. In Bingol Province, the most common land use class is natural meadow areas on the third level. The most striking change has been between continuous urban class and discontinuous urban class on the province. One of the most important problems on the province, which has entered a rapid development process in recent years, is the wrong land use. When assessed in terms of geographical potential, provincial lands have the most favorable physical conditions for animal production, then forest-based production and at least vegetable production.
Land Use, CORINE system, GIS, UA, Bingöl Province