About the Book
With the advent of
advanced satellite sensors, high resolution satellite imagery, Global
Positioning System (GPS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS), that
enables mapping and modelling of the landscape, it is becoming even more
important for the research scientist and engineer in the field of environment
to integrate Geoinformatics Technology into their scientific investigation.
This book focuses on the development of advanced technologies of Geoinformatics
for Environmental Management.
This book is intended for the
academic community as well as the resource scientist, engineers, decision
makers and planners involved in environmental problem solving. The book is
organized around two main themes, namely principles of Geoinformatics and
Applications to Environmental Management with case studies, spread over a total
of eighteen chapters.
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