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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEOMATICS AND GEOSCIENCES

VOLUME 1, NO 3 - 2010

CONTENTS

1. Geomatics  Based Assessment on Land use Changes and its Impact over the Groundwater Conditions in a newly developing sub urban area –A Case of Southern Chennai

Author(s)- Jaganathan.R, Chelvaraajhan .K,  Mahalingam S

pp 271-281 Code : EIJGGS2001

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2. GIS based Groundwater Quality Mapping in Paravanar River
Sub- Basin, Tamil Nadu, India

Author(s)- Shankar.K, Aravindan.S, Rajendran.S pp 282-296 Code : EIJGGS2002

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3. Monitoring & analysis of wastelands and its dynamics using multi-resolution and temporal satellite data in part of Indian state of Bihar

Author(s)- Nathawat M.S et. al., pp 297-307 Code : EIJGGS2003

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4. Digital and Visual Analyses of IRS Satellite Data for Zonation and change deduction of coral reefs in Gulf of Mannar marine biosphere reserve

Author(s)- Thanikachalam.M pp 308- 326 Code : EIJGGS2004

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5. High Resolution data processing for Spatial Image Data Mining

Author(s)- Md Ateeq Ur Rahman, Shaik Rusthum pp 327- 342 Code : EIJGGS2005

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6. A GIS and frequency ratio based landslide susceptibility mapping: Aghnashini river catchment, Uttara Kannada, India

Author(s)- Avinash K.G, Ashamanjari K.G pp 343- 354 Code : EIJGGS2006

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7. Petrographic and geochemical characterization of cryogenian mafic dykes of the Iguerda-Taïfast inlier (Central Anti-Atlas, Morocco)

Author(s)- El Aouli.E, Ikenne.M, Amaouain.H pp 355- 371 Code : EIJGGS2007

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8. Geospatial Modeling of Wine Grape Quality Indicators (Anthocyanin) for Development of Differential Wine Grape Harvesting Technology

Author(s)- Balaji Sethuramasamyraja et.al., pp 372- 385 Code : EIJGGS2008

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9. Potential and Constraints of Geospatial Data for Precise Assessment of the Impacts of Climate Change at Landscape Level

Author(s)- Shakil Ahmad Romshoo, Irfan Rashid pp 386- 405 Code : EIJGGS2009

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10. Net Primary Productivity Estimation of Eastern Ghats using                      Multispectral MODIS Data

Author(s)- Nethaji Mariappan pp 406- 413 Code : EIJGGS2010

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11. GIS, Cadastre and Sustainable Development

Author(s)- KamyarHasanzadeh pp 414- 425 Code : EIJGGS2011

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12.Geologic hazards research and their inducing factors in Xianyang urban area, Northwest China

Author(s)- Wu Jianhua, Xi Wenjuan pp 426- 435 Code : EIJGGS2012

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13. Shoreline change and sea level rise along coast of Bhitarkanika wildlife sanctuary, Orissa: An analytical approach of remote sensing and statistical techniques

Author(s)- Pritam Chand, Prasenjit Acharya pp 436- 455 Code : EIJGGS2013

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14. Integrated analysis of Geophysical Data of Ponnaiyar river basin using Arcview GIS Software

Author(s)- Ruby .D et.al., pp 456- 465 Code : EIJGGS2014

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15. Estimation of  Rainfall-Runoff  using Remote Sensing and GIS in and around Singtam, East Sikkim

Author(s)- Ratika Pradhan et.al., pp 466- 476 Code : EIJGGS2015

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16. Effect of Geomagnetic Storms in the Equatorial Anomaly Region observed from ground based data

Author(s)- Shweta Mukherjee et.al., pp 477- 488 Code : EIJGGS2016

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17. Flood Hazard Mapping by Integrated GIS - SCS Model 

Author(s)-Bhankaurally Mustapha Yahya et.al., pp 489- 500 Code : EIJGGS2017

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18. Morphometric analysis and prioritization of sub-watersheds using GIS and Remote Sensing techniques: a case study of Odisha, India

Author(s)-Sangita Mishra.S, Nagarajan.R pp 501- 510 Code : EIJGGS2018

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19. Erosion susceptibility zoning and prioritization of mini-watersheds using Geomatics approach

Author(s)-Sunil Londhe,Nathawat.M.S, Subudhi.A.P pp 511- 528 Code : EIJGGS2019

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20. A deterministic seismic hazard analysis for the major cultural heritage sites in Tamilnadu, India

Author(s) - Ganapathy.G.P pp 529- 543 Code : EIJGGS2020

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21. Evaluation of Groundwater Potentials in parts of the escarpment areas of southeastern, Nigeria

Author(s) - Okoro E.I et al., pp 544- 551 Code : EIJGGS2021

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22. Textural characteristics and organic matter distribution patterns in Tirumalairajanar river Estuary, Tamilnadu, East Coast of India

Author(s) - Venkatramanan.S et al., pp 552- 562 Code : EIJGGS2022

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23. Mapping of Landuse/Landcover Changes of Chennai Coast and Issues related to Coastal Environment Using Remote Sensing and GIS

Author(s) - Santhiya.G et al., pp 563- 576 Code : EIJGGS2023

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24. Cropland information system in Mongolia using Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System: Case study in Tsagaannuur, Selenge aimag

Author(s) - Erdenee.B et al., pp 577- 586 Code : EIJGGS2024

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25. Integrated approach using RS and GIS techniques for mapping of ground water prospects in Lower Sanjai Watershed, Jharkhand

Author(s) - Binay Kumar, Uday Kumar pp 587- 598 Code : EIJGGS2025

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26. An assessment of surface water chemistry of Perumal Lake, Cuddalore District, Tamilnadu, India

Author(s) - Vijayakumar V et al., pp 599- 609 Code : EIJGGS2026

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27. Land Use and Land Cover Changes Detection Using Multitemporal Satellite Data, Cuddalore Coastal Zone, Se-Coast of India

Author(s) - Muthusamy.S et al., pp 610- 619 Code : EIJGGS2027

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28. Coastal vulnerability, adaptation and risk assessment due to environmental change in Apodi-Mossoro estuary, Northeast Brazil

Author(s) - Mukesh Singh Boori pp 620- 638 Code : EIJGGS2028

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29. Delineation of potential zones for artificial recharge using GIS in Theni district, Tamilnadu, India

Author(s) - Sukumar.S, Sankar.K pp 639- 648 Code : EIJGGS2029

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30. Web based coastal GIS for southern coastal Tamilnadu by using ArcIMS server technology

Author(s) - Sheik Mujabar. P, Chandrasekar. N pp 649- 661 Code : EIJGGS2030

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