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Tag: Topography

22 May 2018

Using Remote Sensing for Mapping and Counting Animals

by Tejaswi Bhardwaj
The GIS and Remote Sensing data have been brought to use for wildlife observation in particularly for geological mapping of animals’ count in remote locations, in the raising concerns over endangered animal and bird species’ population.

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16 May 2018

Spatial and Temporal GIS Analysis Using Change Detection

by Tejaswi Bhardwaj
Nowadays, remotely sensed images are used for various purposes in different applications. One of them is the change detection using high-resolution satellite imagery of city areas. Urbanization with rapid land use and land cover change has taken place in

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09 May 2018

Delineating groundwater prospect zones using Multi Criteria Analysis ( MCA)

by Tejaswi Bhardwaj
Spatial decision problems typically involve a large set of feasible alternatives & multiple evaluation criteria most of the time, these are conflicting. Alternatives & criteria are often evaluated by a number of individuals (decision-makers, managers, sta

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14 July 2017

“Looking through its legs” A New Kind of Landscape Photography.

by Rohit Kumar
Satellites look directly down at the earth, which show flat and map-like topography, but only few satellite images give us a sense of the landscape. On September 10, 2015, WorldView-3 followed an unusual route.

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