Geographic Information Science for Land Resource Management

Editors: Singh, Suraj Kumar, Kanga, Shruti, and Meraj, Gowhar
Publication Year: 2021
Publisher: Wiley

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-11-978632-0
Category: Geography
Image Count: 125
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Geographic Information Science for Land Resource Management is a comprehensive book focusing on managing land resources using innovative techniques of spatial information sciences and satellite remote sensing.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • 1 Climate Change in South Asia: Impact, Adaptation and the Role of GI Science
  • 2 Sustainable Land Resource Management Approach and Technological Interventions – Role of GI Science
  • 3 GI Science for Assessing the Urban Growth and Sustainability in Agra City, India
  • 4 The Use of GI Science in Detecting Anthropogenic Interaction in Protected Areas: A Case of the Takamanda National Park, South West Region, Cameroon
  • 5 Urban Heat Island Effect Concept and Its Assessment Using Satellite-Based Remote Sensing Data
  • 6 Remote Sensing for Snowpack Monitoring and Its Implications
  • 7 Spectral Ratioing: A Computational Model for Quick Information Retrieval of Earth's Surface Dynamics
  • 8 Delineation of Surface Water in Mining Dominated Region of Angul District of Odisha State, India Using Sentinel-2A Satellite Data
  • 9 Mapping Seasonal Variability and Spatio-Temporal Trends of Water Quality Parameters in Wular Lake (Kashmir Valley)
  • 10 Water Quality Zoning Using GIS & Remote Sensing: A Case Study of Tehsil Matta District Swat Pakistan
  • 11 Assessing the Impacts of Global Sea Level Rise (SLR) on the Mangrove Forests of Indian Sundarbans Using Geospatial Technology
  • 12 Sustainable Water Resource Management Using Watershed Morphometry–A Case Study of Giri River Catchment, Himachal Pradesh, India
  • 13 Improving the Procedure for River Flow Measurement and Mapping: Case Study River Plitvica, Croatia
  • 14 Spatiotemporal Analysis of Forest Degradation in South Chotanagpur Division of India
  • 15 Forest Fire Risk Assessment Using GIS Science – A Case Study of South India
  • 16 GI Science for Land Use Suitability Analysis in the Himalayas – A Case Study of Himachal Pradesh, India
  • 17 Using Remote Sensing Data and Geospatial Techniques for Watershed Delineation and Morphometric Analysis of Beas Upper Catchment, India
  • 18 Sub-Watershed Prioritization for Soil and Water Conservation – A Case Study of Lower Wardha River, Maharashtra, India, Using GI Science
  • 19 Understanding Hydrologic Response Using Basin Morphometry in Pohru Watershed, NW Himalaya
  • 20 Sintacs Method for Assessment of Groundwater Vulnerability: A Case of Ahmedabad, India
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