Proceedings of the National Symposium on Remote Sensing in Land Transformation and Management, December 21-23, 1987: Hosted by National Remote Sensing Agency, Dept. of Space, Govt. of India, Hyderabad

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S. K. Bhan, V. K. Jha
The Society - Remote sensing - 250 pages
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Contents

Remote Sensing for Studies on Land Transformation B L Deekshatulu
1
Monitoring the Land Transformation Process Through Mining Quarrying
2
Perspectives in Land Management in the Context of Scientific Management
11
A Remote Sensing System for Effective Land Transformation
23
Use of Topographical Maps and Satellite Imageries in Studying Land
31
Role of Remote Sensing for Wasteland Mapping and Analysis
41
Digital Analysis of Landsat MSS Data for Extracting Forestry Information
45
Remote Sensing as Applied to Land and Water Resources Inventory
51
A Study on Land Transformation in Part of Aligarh District U P with
83
Planning Reclamation of Bhataland Red Granulitic Lateritic Soil Using
99
Coastal Geomorphology of the Southern Tamilnadu India V L Loveson
115
Impact of Waterlogging in the Cauvery Delta Tamilnadu Using Remote
131
Impact of Shifting Agriculture on Forest Degradation and Land
147
Mining
165
Impact of Mining on Land Cover in Kudremukh Area Karnataka
175
Impact of Coal Mining at Makum Coal Field Upper Assam on Ecosystem
187

Application of Landsat Data for Mapping the Coastal Saline Belt Around
59
Monitoring Salt Affected Soils from Space Borne Multispectral
65
i Saline Mapping of Mater Taluka of Kheda District Using Satellite Remote
71
Application of Satellite Imageries in the Detection of Saline Areas
77
Application of SPOT Imagery in Landuse Mapping A Case Study in Parts
197
Estimation of Mineral Potentials in GangaGomti Interfluve Area
221
Remote Sensing to Identify the Indicators of Desertification in Arid Zones
235

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