an overview of integrated remote sensing and gis for groundwater
Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS Approach for Groundwater Exploration using Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) TechniqueDrNSajikumar, Gigo Pulikkottil Professor, Department of Civil Engineering GovtEngineering College Thr issur, Kerala, , India
Integrated remote sensing and GIS are widely used in groundwater mappingLocating potential groundwater targets is becoming more convenient, cost effective than invasive methods and efficient with the advent of a number of satellite imagery.
Integrated remote sensing and GIS are widely used in groundwater mapping since it provide more convenient and cost effective approach compared to invasive methods with the advent of a number of satellite imageryRemote sensing is the use of reflected and emitted energy to measure the physical properties of distant objects and their surroundings.
This study describes the interpretation of integrated GIS based remote sensing and electrical resistivity geophysical methods as part of the need to provide groundwater overview for sustainable management in the basement of north eastern Osun State, NigeriaSix groundwater conditioning factors are synthesized based on the analytical hierarchy process and multi criteria decision analysis to
yield of groundwater The present study is an attempt to generate groundwater prospect map of Kharun Basin, Chhattisgarh, India using integrated approach of Remote Sensing Geographic Information System techniquesKeywords GIS, Groundwater prospect mapping, Geomorphology, LithologyIINTRODUCTION
An overview of integrated remote sensing and GIS for groundwater mapping in Egypt Salwa Farouk Elbeih , Engineering Applications and Water Division, National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences, Joseph Tito st El Nozha El Gedida, Cairo, Egypt Received March revised August accepted August