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Application Of Remote Sensing In Watershed Management
 
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Subject:Geography Paper: Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS
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22 May 2017 Overview of RS and GIS Applications in Water Resources Management Dr  SP Aggarwal
 
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Overview of RS and GIS Applications in Water Resources Management
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GIS and Water Resources: watershed and stream delineation
 
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Spatial Analyst - Hydrology The Mason Campus Watershed Water Resources Engineering education series. George Mason University
Integrated applications of RS and GIS in groundwater studies
 
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Integrated applications of RS and GIS in groundwater studies
GIS and water management by Cerys Pope (Water MSc Exeter)
 
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A video prepared by Cerys Pope, a student on the University of Exeter Water MSc (http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/engineering/watermsc/)
4 Advantages of GIS Application in Water Resources
 
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Application of RS GIS for natural Resources Dr  Y V  N Krishna  Murthy
 
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Application of RS GIS for natural Resources Dr. Y.V .N Krishna Murthy
18 feb 2015 RS  GIS Application in Irrigation  Water Managment Dr  Bhasker Nigam
 
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RS and GIS Application in Irrigation Water Managment
Remote Sensing & Applications in Watershed Management
 
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Watershed Management by Dr. T.I. Eldho,Department of Civil Engineering,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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31 May 2017 Application of Geospatial techniques in irrigation water management Dr. Bhaskar R Nikam
 
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Application of Geo spatial techniques in irrigation water management
Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS in Linear Features Mapping For Water Resources Study
 
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... in Central Flinders Ranges, South Australia Day 3 Session 7 1216 Alaa Ahmed 15 April 2016 - Chapman Theatre
Hydrology and GIS-Based Modeling by Usman Basharat
 
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9 Nov 2015  RS and GIS Applications to Water Resources Dr  SP Aggarwal
 
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9 Nov 2015 RS and GIS Applications to Water Resources Dr. S.P. Aggarwal
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17 Nov 2016_RS and GIS Application for Water Resources Management_Dr. S. P. Aggarwal
 
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17 Nov 2016_RS and GIS Application for Water Resources Management_Dr. S. P. Aggarwal
Remote Sensing and GIS application in Water Resources Management
 
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Training at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
GIS & Applications in Watershed Management
 
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Watershed Management by Dr. T.I. Eldho,Department of Civil Engineering,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
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Application of Remote Sensing and Watershed Management
 
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Subject:Environmental Sciences Paper: Remote sensing & GIS applications in environmental science
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RS6.5 - Water quality remote sensing
 
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This video is part of the Australian National University course 'Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS' (ENVS3019 / ENVS6019).
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What are the application of GIS in civil engineering
 
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ROLE OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
 
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Role of GIS in Environmental Management
 
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This Lecture talks about Role of GIS in Environmental Management
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GIS applications on Ground Water Exploration in Urban Settings
 
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Lecture taken by Prof. Saumitra Mukherjee, Professor, School of Environmental Sciences, J.N.U. His expert lecture highlighted the importance of understanding the geological structure of any area to estimate the ground water capacity. Ground water is precious, rare and needs to be used judiciously, thus recharge of ground water using rain water harvesting must be given priority. He discussed his experience with various rain water harvesting technologies in urban systems and how they were placed in the JNU campus, highlighting the fact that rain water harvesting has to be carried out with precision if ground water recharge is to be successful, this is because land use changes are so rapid in urban areas, the normal paths of recharge do not exist in most places. Geophysical tools provide great assistance in determining the quality and quantity of ground water. Students actively participated in the discussion later and changes in ground water levels in urban areas due to earthquakes were also discussed.
A New Era In Water Resources Engineering
 
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What does it mean when two of the leading providers of water resources engineering software come together? Watch this special webcast from Innovye's new CEO, Colby Manwaring and our Vice President of the Americas, Erick Heath as they introduce a new era in water resources engineering following the merger of Innovyze and XP Solutions.
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Brian Brisco - SAR & Water Resources
 
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Brian Brisco, Senior Research Scientist at the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS), discusses Synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) and Water resources. SAR operates in the microwave wavelength, which allows it to work in any weather and during the day and night -- critical for many water resource applications. It's easy to see water in the landscape, and can penetrate through vegetation to identify flooded vegetation. CCRS has been using SAR for flood mapping since 1997. SAR can be used to observe changes in lakeshore, and in surface water volume in any given area. For example, SAR was used recently for Edmonton and Calgary for water level management, and to understand the changes in the surface water level using bright target thresholding techniques or the phase information in polarimetric decomposition methods. New data was received every 21 days, so they were able to determine a seasonal understanding in the changes to water levels. Lately SAR has been used with optical data for wetland classification. Prototype techniques and approaches have been developed for the application of satellite SAR to the mapping of flooded vegetation; hundreds of information products have been generated and shared with collaborators. NRCan research is using SAR as the central dataset underpinning routine surface water mapping. Work includes the RADARSAT constellation Mission -- 3 satellites, with 4 day repeat coverage. The first launch will be in 2016. This presentation was a part of the Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre, LiDAR/SAR Wetland and Water Monitoring Workshop in June of 2014.
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Dr. Chris Hopkinson: LiDAR & Water Resources Applications, Hydrological Applications, Part 5
 
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In the fifth video of seven, Dr. Chris Hopkinson describes the opportunities of LiDAR in hydrological modelling. LiDAR currently may not be used for all these applications but the opportunity is present. GIS based flow routing from LiDAR does run into problems when roads and other transportation "barriers" are part of the watershed. Urban drainage networks also need extra information in addition to the LiDAR DEM. Ephemeral stream crossings can be identified from LiDAR; not so easy in the field. Contouring approaches misses topography under trees so LiDAR provides better watershed estimations. He finishes this with a short description of Alberta's wet areas mapping initiative. Dr. Hopkinson's workshop presentation was part of the University of Lethbridge's LiDAR/SAR workshop, June 26, 27, 2014.
Views: 339 LanduseKN

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