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Space Science and Technology for Geographical Research and Applications

N C Gautam and V Raghavswamy

ISBN 10: 8178000970 / ISBN 13: 9788178000978
Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005
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Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Space science and space technology developments in India 1. Satellite data products and services/Joseph Arokiadas and K.P.R. Menon. 2. Securing enough to eat role of space technology/S. Bandyopadhyay S.K. Srivastava V.S. Hegde and V. Jayaraman. II. Geographical research issues and solutions 3. Sustainable development tasks ahead/Kausalya Ramachandran and S. Padmaja. 4. Land transformation processes and issues for geographical research scope of remote sensing and GIS applications/G.P. Obi Reddy A.K. Maji S. Thayalan and V. Ramamurthy. III. Natural resources and repository wetlands ground water and land use 5. National land use policies and strategies the challenges before the current millennium/K.V. Sundaram. 6. Perspectives in landuse / landcover change with reference to future scenarios in Indian context/P.S. Roy Kalpana Ambastha and C.S. Jha. 7. Remote sensing and GIS application for natural resource mapping/Abhishek Srivastava Shweta Srivastava and Vandana Tiwari. 8. Natural resource management for sustainable development using remote sensing technology a case study/V.K. Verma P.K. Sharma L.B. Patel D.C. Loshali and G.S Toor. 9. Natural Resources Data Management System (NRDMS) a suite of technologies for local level planning/R. Siva Kumar P.S. Acharya D. Dutta M. Prithviraj Nisha Mendiratta and Bhoop Singh. 10. Soil resource management in Andhra Pradesh/Poonam Malakondaiah and Qamar Iqbal Khan. 11. Ground water assessment condition using the satellite data/Abhishek Srivastava Shweta Srivastava and Abhishek Misra. 12. Sustainable management of wetlands a case study of District Kota Rajasthan/Babu Lal Sharma and Pooja Puar. 13. Rural land use management and planning an optimal strategy for commercial farming in Kashmir Valley/S.A. Shah. 14. Wastelands information system for sustainable development/R. Nagaraja Rajiv Kumar B. Shyamsunder Manoj Raj Saxena and Satish Jayanthi. IV. Watershed management 15. Use of remote sensing and GIS in watershed management/B.R.M. Rao and M.A. Fyzee. 16. Decision support model for watershed development/R.R. Hermon P. Kesava Rao and Vasala Madhava Rao. 17. Development of spatial database in digital domain for drainage areas upto micro watershed level in Umnabad Taluk Bidar District by using remote sensing and GIS techniques/K. Ashoka Reddy H. Honne Gowda L. Rangaswamappa M. Viswanath and A.S. Rajashekar. 18. Catchment capture A geomorphic analysis for water resource appraisal an illustration from Mej River Basin (Rajasthan)/S. Padmaja. 19. An integrated approach on watershed planning and management through artificial recharge and rainwater harvesting a case study/C. Bhanu Prakash and Dinesh Kar. V. GIS technology and applications 20. A wide platform (www) for implementing applications of geographic information system/Bhupendra Singh Purawat Narpat Singh Rathore Gajendra Rathore and Narender Verma. 21. Digital terrain modeling/R. Ramchandran. 22. Spatial perspectives for understanding landscape to species level diversity/Murthy M.S.R Pujar G.S. and Giriraj A. VI. Urban and regional studies 23. The role of geoinformatics in urban planning/Subhan K. Pathan. 24. Population growth and land transformation in Gurgaon Haryana Spatio temporal analysis using remote sensing and GIS techniques/Rupesh Kumar Gupta and V. Raghavswamy. 25. Impact of pollution and quality of life of the residents of Hyderabad/Afzal Sharieff and Mohammed Akhter Ali. 26. Blue print of problematic areas in Bangalore rural district identified through remote sensing/Nagesh M. Padmavathi V. Shreedhara and H. Honne Gowda. VII. Disaster management 27. Disaster management in India from space perspective/V. Bhanumurthy and P. Manjusree. 302 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62845

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Publisher: BS Pub, Hyderabad

Publication Date: 2005

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Space science and technology has grown multifold globally and Indian contribution to its growth over the years has been very significant. Further, its contribution in the domain of use of space derived data to a variety of Applications has also grown multifold, ever since the launch of IRS series of satellites in 1988. The wide research of Applications stands spread horizontally across the geographical boundaries, regions/sub-regions and cultural landscapes. This capability has also grown from vertical integration at different spatial scales, time series and platforms (satellite, aerial and ground) with the availability of GIS and Geoinformatics techniques. In the recent years, convergent of technologies like geospatial or geoinformatics have opened new vistas and challenges in the area of Earth Observation (EO) studies. Here, one could come across a number of good examples as amply demonstrated in the variety of collection of research articles as presented in this compendium of proceedings. Earth Observation (EO) from remote sensing platforms offer synoptic view, repetitive coverage of multispectral and spatial resolutions data, over macro, meso and micro areas. Such a data is highly useful to collate, inventories, evaluate and analyse the geosphere and biosphere resources and the processes with a high degree of reliability, accuracy and in a cost effective manner. In addition, GPS/GIS allows to integrate and model spatial and non-spatial data to oversee planning, management and decision making process. In the recent past, the telecommunication space systems are also strengthening the earth observation capability in the areas like tele-disaster, tele-medicine and tele-education in the country.

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