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  • Haryana’s Disappearing Lakes

    Haryana’s Disappearing Lakes

    Damdama and Badhkal, two prominent lakes situated in the north and south of the Aravalli outcrops, have all but vanished. Increasing human...
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  • Air Pollution and Health Risk Reduction

    Air Pollution and Health Risk Reduction

    The burgeoning mega cities, especially in developing countries are expected to experience higher levels of risk and exposure to health hazards from a...
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  • Geospatial Technology for Monitoring Natural Resources

    Geospatial Technology for Monitoring Natural Resources

    Natural resources are depleting rapidly impacting development. The availability of time series Earth observation data assists the investigation of...
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  • Sustainable Development: Genesis and Policy

    Sustainable Development: Genesis and Policy

    The concern for sustainable development received a policy fillip in the mid twentieth century and carved out a niche for itself in the global...
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  • Solar Irradiance & Disasters

    Solar Irradiance & Disasters

    Global changes due to the influence of extraterrestrial phenomena can be studied by using various satellite based information. An attempt is made in...
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  • Judgement vs Implementation

    Judgement vs Implementation

    In recent times, the Indian judiciary is playing a key role in the development of environmental norms. While various judgements passed by the courts...
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  • GIS Models to Measure Soil Erosion Risk

    GIS Models to Measure Soil Erosion Risk

    Soil erosion is the removal of the top layer by natural agents. However, deforestation, overgrazing and infrastructural development accelerate soil...
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  • Biocontrol of Aravalli’s Vilayati Keekar

    Biocontrol of Aravalli’s Vilayati Keekar

    The unique climatic and edaphic characteristics of India assist biological invasion by alien species like the vilayati keekar or Prosopis Juliflora...
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  • GIS for River Floods

    GIS for River Floods

    Flood is a complex outcome of an interface between geological, physiographical, hydrological, meteorological and anthropogenic dynamics. It mandates...
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  • g-Governance in India

    g-Governance in India

    g-Governance can be described as a geospatial plugin to e-Governance, acting as an extended module with the additional functionality of geospatial...
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  • Delhi’s Air Pollution: Rural-Urban Interlinkages

    Delhi’s Air Pollution: Rural-Urban Interlinkages

    Trapped by the inversion of temperature, a characteristic feature of winter, along with burning of stubble and fire crackers, pollution exacerbates...
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  • GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resource Management

    GIS and Remote Sensing in Natural Resource Management

    Remote sensing and GIS can be used to generate data that can help achieve sustainable management of natural resources. Maps created through a GIS...
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