Re-envisioning Advances in Remote Sensing
Urbanization, Disasters and Planning
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Re-envisioning Advances in Remote Sensing: Urbanization, Disasters and Planning aims at portraying varied advancements in remote sensing applications, particularly in the fields of urbanization, disaster management and regional planning perspectives. The book is organized into three sections of overlapping areas of research covering chief remote sensing applications. Apart from introducing the advances in remote sensing through Indian remote sensing developments, it depicts the broader themes of: urbanization and its impacts; geospatial technology for disaster management; and, remote sensing applications in models and planning. It also provides outlook to future research agenda for remote sensing.
• Depicts advances in remote sensing in major fields through applications of geospatial technologies.
• Covers remote sensing applications in varied aspects of urbanization, urban problems and disasters.
• Includes advancements in remote sensing in model building and planning perspectives.
• Analyses the usage of smartphones and other digital devices in mapping urban problems and monitoring disaster risks.
• Explores future agenda for remote sensing advances and its ever-widening horizon.
This book would be of interest to all the researchers and graduate students pursuing studies in the fields of remote sensing, GIS, geospatial technologies, urbanizations, disaster management, regional planning, environmental sciences, natural resource management and related fields.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Re-envisioning Advances in Remote Sensing
Section I. Urbanization and its Impact
1. Remote Sensing Applications in Urbanization and its impact on Environment:
A Case Study of Noida City
-Aruna Paarcha, Sandeep Shukla, P.R. Shukla, Sabina Bano
2. Dynamics of Urban Land Use and its Impact on Land Surface Temperature (LST)
in Aligarh City, Uttar Pradesh
-Saleha Jamal, Ishfaq Hussain Malik, Wani Suhail Ahmad
3. Use of a Smartphone to Map Noise Pollution: A Case Study of Ludhiana City
-Harpinder Singh, Dheeraj Gambhir
4. An Assessment of Urban Green Spaces under the Smart Cities Mission:
The Case of Qaiserbagh ABD Area of Lucknow City
-Simran Purswani, Bhawna Bali
5. Impact on Land Surface Temperature and Urban Heat Island Due to Land Use Land Cover Change in Dhaka Metropolitan Area Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques
-Abdullah-Al-Faisal, Md. Shahinoor Rahman, Abdulla-Al Kafy, Sumita Roy,
Rouf Khan Rafi, Md. Mostafizur Rahman
Section II. Geospatial Technology for Disaster Management
6. Spatio-Environmental Distribution of Drought Disaster Events: A Space-Based Approach using Terra-MODIS Vegetation Index
-Israel R. Orimoloye, Olusola O. Ololade, Johannes A. Belle
7. Sustainable Management of Waterlogged and Salt Affected Areas through Geo-Spatial Technology –A Case Study of Central Haryana
-Sandeep Kumar, V. S. Arya, Ashok Beniwal, Manoj
8. Flood Risk Assessment and Analysis of Kashmir Valley Floor through Remote Sensing
-Ishfaq Hussain Malik
9. Remote Sensing Applications in Landslide Susceptibility Index Mapping of Rangamati District, Bangladesh
-Nur Hussain, Muhammad Rizwan, Md. Samsul Alam, Li Suju
10. Remote Sensing Applications in Landslide Assessments: Case of Kotropi in Himachal Himalayas
11. Geospatial techniques to quantify urban change: A case of Harare, Zimbabwe
-James Magidi, Luxon Nhamo, Webster Gumindoga, Paida Mangara, Walter Musakwa, Sylvester Mpandeli, Tafadzwanashe Mabhaudhi
Section III. Remote Sensing Applications in Models and Planning
12. Remote Sensing & GIS based Site Identification for Solid Waste Management for Urban Planning of Amritsar Municipal Corporation, Punjab, India
13. Use of Remote Sensing Techniques in Land Degradation Mapping
- Nusrat Rafique, Durdanah Mattoo, Sajad Ahmad Mir, Tahir Muntazari
14. Feasibility Analysis of a Railway Route using Remote Sensing/Geoinformatics and Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) Techniques
-Rashmi Chandan, Chandan Kumar Boraiaha
15. Comparing Performance of Inverse Distance Weighting and Modified Shepard Interpolation Models with Different Sampling Arrangements: A Case Study
-Dheera Kalota, Mohammad Firoz Khan
16. Application of Remote Sensing in the Groundwater Potential Analysis of Developing Countries
- Sajad Ahmad Mir, Durdanah Mattoo, M S Bhat, G. M. Rather
17. Village Identification on the basis of Intensity of Problems in Physical Resources in the Kandi Region of Punjab for Micro Level Planning
-Rajesh Jolly, Ripudaman Singh
Conclusion: Outlook to Future Research Agenda
Ripudaman Singh is a Professor of Geography at Lovely Professional University. He has also served Government College, Hoshiarpur (2004) on honorary basis and Panjab University, Chandigarh as Guest Faculty (2005-2006). He has been a recipient of ‘Young Geographers Award’ from National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI) in 2005.