Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing Applications in Flood Hazards Management : A Review

@inproceedings{Lawal2011GeographicIS,
  title={Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing Applications in Flood Hazards Management : A Review},
  author={Dano Umar Lawal and Abdul-Nasir Matori and Ahmad Mustafa Hashim and Imtiaz Ahmed Chandio and Soheil Sabri and A. O. Balogun and Haruna Ahmed Abba},
  year={2011}
}
  • Dano Umar Lawal, Abdul-Nasir Matori, +4 authors Haruna Ahmed Abba
  • Published 2011
The purpose of this study is to examine and review the various applications of GIS and remote sensing tools in flood disaster management as opposed to the conventional means of recording the hydrological parameters, which in many cases failed to capture an extreme event. In the recent years, GIS along with remote sensing has become the key tools in flood disaster monitoring and management. Advancement particularly in the area of remote sensing application has developed gradually from optical… CONTINUE READING

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