flood analysis

GIS for River Floods

By: S M Ramasamy, The author is a Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Geology, Alagappa University, Karaikudi
Flood is a complex outcome of an interface between geological, physiographical, hydrological, meteorological and anthropogenic dynamics. It mandates high computational techniques for the analysis of a large volume of hierarchical pictorial data. GIS technology, inseparably interleaved with remote sensing, helps to panoramically beam complex issues involving river floods and the feasibility of detecting and mitigating them.
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