GIS For Natural Resource Management




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As biologists, foresters, petroleum engineers, miners, planners, hydrologists, environmental regulators, ecologists, botanists, and growers - you depend on GIS analytical power for assistance in making serious choices as you handle the earth 's online resources.

There's no easy solution to our natural and environmental resource issues, but whether habitats are being restored by you, growing plants, drilling for petroleum, or perhaps monitoring species that are endangered, there is an increase in optimism that use of GIS devices can help us come to be a far more sustainable world.

Who Can Attend?

Biologists, NGO personnel, Government officials working in conservation and environment, foresters, petroleum engineers, miners, planners, hydrologists, environmental regulators, and ecologists, botanists.

Duration:  5 days

Course Objectives

The main point of the course would be the application of geo-info & earth observation methods meant for management of natural resources.

This program provides trainess with knowledge as well as abilities required for management, interpretation, and the collection of spatial info, using GIS&RS, to help decision-making steps and planning in natural energy management.

The training concentrates on ways for evaluating the state of the source base and also the improvements that happen and progresses towards the evaluation of impacts and, lastly, societal response.

Topics To Be Covered

Introduction to GIS and Remote sensing and in Natural Resource Management (NRM)

  • Collection of GIS data for NRM
  • Analysis of the data collected
  • Ground verification of data

Application of GIS on:

  1. Watershed management
  2. Desertification
  3. Determination of soil types and moisture content
  4. Land use analysis using GIS
  5. Slope information identification and analysis

Application of GIS in Biodiversity Management

  1. Flora and Fauna Management
  2. Conservation Biology and GIS
  3. Ecotourism and Community-based nature conservation
  4. Protected area management and  conflict resolution
  5. Biodiversity conservation & eco-tourism
  6. Habitat Characterization and Management
  7. Wildlife economics and value chain
  8. Ecotourism planning, & entrepreneurship
  9. Landscape ecology, culture diversity & eco-tourism

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