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Remote Sensing in Water Resources

Ramasamy (Author)
Synopsis Remote Sensing in Water Resources is a compilation of scientific papers in the modern aspects and methods of water resource exploration through remote sensing. The papers on surface water resources deal with certain newer concepts of modern geological processes and their impacts on hydrological systems, surface water quantity forecasting models and pollution monitoring using satellite visible, near infrared and infrared data and concepts of integrated terrain analysis for catchment erosion prevention. The papers on groundwater resources deal with the latest information on time transgressive tectonics and groundwater systems; fracture systems and groundwater, applied probabilistic analysis and detection of water bearing fractures, water barren fractures and fractures of faster groundwater depletion, spatial functional modelling of groundwater systems using GIS etc. The volume also contains few articles on various aspects of recharging the aquifer systems through natural recharge and artificial recharge mechanisms. These papers altogether have a hierarchy of new genetic information in water resources in general and hard rock aquifer system in particular. The book will be of great use to all those who are connected with water resources research and exploration,
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Bibliographic information

Title Remote Sensing in Water Resources
Author Ramasamy
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Rawat Publications
Language: English
isbn 817033912X
length xvi+247p., Figures; Tables.