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Monitoring and modelling of urban sprawl using remote sensing and GIS techniques
Urban sprawl and its spatial and temporal characteristics have been derived from the classified satellite images obtained from various sensors viz. Expand
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Spatial and temporal trends of mean and extreme rainfall and temperature for the 33 urban centers of the arid and semi-arid state of Rajasthan, India
Abstract Trend analysis of the mean (monsoon season, non-monsoon season and annual) and extreme annual daily rainfall and temperature at the spatial and temporal scales was carried out for all the 33Expand
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Analyses of land use and land cover change dynamics using GIS and remote sensing during 1984 and 2015 in the Beressa Watershed Northern Central Highland of Ethiopia
Analysing the trend of land use/land cover change and its cause and consequence on human livelihoods as well as on the environment is a matter of concern for sustainable development and management ofExpand
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Assessment of water resources allocation options: Conjunctive use planning in a link canal command
Abstract Shortages of surface water supplies necessitate development of groundwater in many canal commands. Groundwater can be used optimally in conjunction with surface supplies in a conjunctive useExpand
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Spatial and temporal analysis of rainfall and temperature trend of India
Climate change is a serious issue resulting in global variation in the temperature and precipitation pattern. In this study, changes in rainfall trend in India for 141 years (1871–2011) andExpand
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Individual and combined impacts of future climate and land use changes on the water balance
Both the climate and land use changes have considerable impact on the water balance of a basin and sub-watersheds influencing various parameters such as water yield, surface runoff,Expand
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Modelling of urban growth using spatial analysis techniques: a case study of Ajmer city (India)
The concentration of people in densely populated urban areas, especially in developing countries like India and China, calls for the use of sophisticated monitoring systems, like remote sensing andExpand
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Morphometric Analysis for Prioritization Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques in a Hilly Catchment in the State of Uttarakhand, India
Drainage pattern study utilizing Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) has proved to be an efficient and quick tool, nowadays, for water resources planning, conservation andExpand
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Spatial soil organic carbon (SOC) prediction by regression kriging using remote sensing data
Abstract The present study has illustrated the estimation of the soil organic carbon (SOC) distribution from point survey data (prepared after laboratory test) by a hybrid interpolation method, viz.Expand
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Analysis of spatial and temporal variation in rainfall trend of Madhya Pradesh, India (1901–2011)
Monthly rainfall data from 1901 to 2011 for 45 stations of Madhya Pradesh were used to analyze the changed rainfall trend of the region. Spatial distribution and temporal variation of rainfall wereExpand
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