Land Use - Terrain Correlations in the Piedmont Tract of Eastern India: A Case Study of the Dulung River Basin

@inproceedings{Sarkar2017LandU,
  title={Land Use - Terrain Correlations in the Piedmont Tract of Eastern India: A Case Study of the Dulung River Basin},
  author={Ashis Sarkar and Priyank Pravin Patel},
  year={2017}
}
The Dulung River flows across West Bengal and Jharkhand in India. The geographical variables present within the basin area are categorised into groups like Physiographic, Morphometric and Land Use-Land Cover (LULC) attributes. These facets are mapped and overlain in a GIS environment and correlations drawn between them. Factor Scores obtained through Principal Component Analysis are further compared and correlated. The different variables are fused to obtain a comprehensive grouping of the… 
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