COASTLINE CHANGE MEASUREMENT AND GENERATING RISK MAP FOR THE COAST USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM Presentation

@inproceedings{Raju2010COASTLINECM,
  title={COASTLINE CHANGE MEASUREMENT AND GENERATING RISK MAP FOR THE COAST USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM Presentation},
  author={Dani Kalarikalayil Raju and Kommidi Santosh and J. Chandrasekar},
  year={2010}
}
Information on the pattern, rhythm and long-term trend of shoreline dynamics is vital to managing the coast, especially in mapping risk areas and in establishing the width of construction setback lines. Unfortunately, such data are often missing or where present of doubtful quality. In this paper, we share our experience in mapping coastline change in Singapore, using geographic information system (GIS). Most important before embarking on measuring coastline change is defining the coastline and… CONTINUE READING

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