APPLICATION OF REMOTE SENSING & GIS IN LAND USE MANAGEMENT

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Degree Programme: 
Course Code: 
ASS 301:

Principles of remote sensing; fundamentals of visual image interpretation for landform identification and evaluation: topography, drainage pattern, erosion, vegetation and landuse; image interpretation strategies; temporal aspects of image interpretation; digital images: processing, enhancement, correction and classification; data integration; general senser technology; principles of GIS: data input systems, data management procedures, spatial data output/display, spatial queries and analysis; applications of remote sensing and GIS in landuse management: land resources mapping; crop growth monitoring; deforestation, soil erosion, soil and water pollution

Semester: 
1
Year: 
3
Course Hours: 
45

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