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MONITORING OF URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE IN CITIES AND ITS FRINGE AREAS THROUGH REMOTE SENSING.

@inproceedings{Saxena2001MONITORINGOU,
  title={MONITORING OF URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE IN CITIES AND ITS FRINGE AREAS THROUGH REMOTE SENSING.},
  author={Aruna Saxena},
  year={2001}
}
With rapid growth of urban population there has been continuous accretion in number and size of urban centers both demographically and spatially. Provision of urban infrastructure has, however, not kept pace with increasing size of towns and cities. As a result burgeoning urban areas are putting strain on the already scant infrastructure leading to a point of collapse. Large urban centers, although considered to be generator of economic momentum, display a picture of squalor and unhygienic… 
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