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Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Tunisia

Springer International Publishing

Titre : Environmental Remote Sensing and GIS in Tunisia

Enriches readers’ understanding of the importance of remote sensing and GIS tools with regard to assessing and monitoring environmental processes
Provides various multi-sensor approaches for remotely modeling and mapping environmental stresses
Includes case studies illustrating the assessment of environmental resources

Editor (s) : Khebour Allouche, Faiza, Negm, Abdelazim (Eds.)
Publisher  : Springer International Publishing
Date de parution : 2021
Pages : 362

This book focuses on monitoring and assessing various environmental processes in Tunisia using state-of-the-art remote sensing and GIS technologies. In addition to addressing the diversity of Tunisian landscapes and providing spatial analysis of natural, cultivated and urbanized environments. It presents and discusses several case studies on integrated RS / GIS approaches for mapping, modeling, monitoring and evaluation. Moreover, in this volume authored by experts in the topic from Tunisia and other countries, authors assess the agro-environmental applications from Tunisia and offer different methods and applications to environmental processes and risks including drought, degradation, flood, planning, Yield estimation, dust storm detection, dry land vulnerability, wetland dynamics and others. The material presented here will help decision-makers plan sustainable landscape and agricultural management policies that preserve biodiversity and contribute to achieving sustainability goals and for researchers, it will expose methodological approaches used in different fields of research. Graduate students and Practionioner engineers working in the field of RS/GIS will also benefit from the book. The book ends with a set of conclusions and recommendations to support researchers underscoring the need for further research in this area.

Présentation : site de l’éditeur

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