Synergizing India’s Knowledge Infrastructure: the 2nd National Geospatial Chair Scheme

More knowledge is more answerability. The generation and use of geospatial data can be much more efficient than the earlier methods of data collection that were non-spatial and sectoral, making data collection a tedious and often time consuming process. The trends in data collection internationally, nationally and locally now point towards the emergence of Geospatial […]

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Ravine Erosion in India

Chambal ravine formation significantly increases soil loss from agricultural lands and severely impacts agricultural productivity. A review of ephemeral gully erosion and spreading rates of the ravenous tracks of Lower Chambal Valley using geospatial tools shows that both the ravenous and the marginal lands have increased during the last 15 years. A slow natural disaster- […]

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