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Geospatial Techniques for Managing Environmental Resources

Handbook / Manual

Edited By: Jay Krishna Thakur, Sudhir Kumar Singh, A L Ramanathan and M Bala K Prasad

280 pages, 20 colour illustrations


Hardback | Oct 2011 | #192726 | ISBN-13: 9789400718579
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About this book

This book aims to provide a single record of current research status, technologies and applications of geospatial techniques in various fields around the world. The objective of the proposed book is to provide state of the art information to academics, researchers and industry practitioners who are involved or interested in the study, use, design and development of advanced and emerging geospatial technologies around the world with ultimate aim to empower individuals and organizations in building competencies for exploiting the opportunities of the knowledge society. This book offers theoretical perspective and practical solutions to graduate students, researchers, practitioners and professionals working in the areas of remote sensing, GIS, geovisualization, and geomatics. This book will be also suitable as a supplement reference book for graduate-level students in geospatial sciences and engineering.



Part: I General Overview of the Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS
1. Introduction to Spatial Information Management Systems
2. Chaos, Fractal Overview and its application: Special reference to Remote Sensing
3. Georeferencing and visualizing multimedia resources in virtual globes
4. Spatial Analysis of Habitat Quality for Medium and Large Sized-Mammals

Part: II Geospatial Techniques managing Environment
5. Environmental Characterization of Riparian Forest Using Remote Sensing and Geoprocessing Techniques
6. Potentialities and Limitations in the Vegetation Indexes Usage on Environmental Monitoring Purposes
7. Detection of heavy clouded area using both the visible and thermal bands and a fast threshold technique
8. Remote Sensing and GIS techniques for Drainage Morphometry Analysis: A case study from Kalrayan Hills, Tamilnadu, India
9. The Environmental Calculator: a geotechnological tool to estimate the proper fine due to forest removal
10. Thinking spatially: Carnivore conservation and the importance of geospatial techniques
11. Water Resources Monitoring for Livestock Early Warning in the Pastoral Regions of East Africa
12. Quality Assessment of Sea Water in Critical Locations of Coral Reef of Gulf of Mannar: GIS Approach

Part: III Geospatial Techniques managing Natural Resources
13. A Comparison of Machine Learning Algorithms for Glacier Classification in the Nepalese Himalaya
14. GIS based modelling of relief transformation to support hydrology and geomorphology studies
15. Detection and monitoring of land surface phenology using remotely sensed imagery: Review of concepts and methods
16. Competitive Strategy for the Potability of Sub Surface Water - A case study from Tiruchirappalli City, India
17. Application of Target Decomposition Theorems to Classify Forest Cover for Redd Policies Implementation

Part IV: Geospatial techniques for Land information system
18. Remote Sensing techniques for classified image accuracy assessment and management of Land use/Land Cover: A case study in Shivpuri city (M.P), India
19. Assessment of land use / land covers using Geospatial techniques in a semi-arid region of Madhya Pradesh, India.
20. Urban Spatial Growth and Land Use Change in Riyadh: Comparing Spectral Angle Mapping and Band Ratioing Techniques
21. Optimal Land use Planning using Remote Sensing: Case study Raigarh District, Madhya Pradesh, India

Part V: Geospatial techniques for other applications
22. Evaluation of MODIS Surface Reflectance Products - Leaf Area Index (LAI) - for Cerrado Vegetation Studies
23. Estimation of population density using QuickBird satellite image: a case study in Bandung city, Indonesia
24. Application of Remote Sensing in Tea Plantations
25. Optimal Land use Planning using Remote Sensing: Case study Raigarh District, Madhya Pradesh, India
26. GIS Techniques for battle field management Systems for Indian Defence
Part VI: Advances in Geospatial Techniques
27. Climbing the water ladder - the new GIS approach
28. Advances in the Field of Geospatial Technology
29. Advances in Geospatial Intelligence Technology in Defence


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