Remote sensing for landscape parameters and scale effect

Dubey, Om Prakash ; Sri Niwas, ; Awasthi, A. K. (1986) Remote sensing for landscape parameters and scale effect Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, 14 (1). pp. 39-44. ISSN 0255-660X

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Development activities must be compatible for possibilities and limitation of natural environment and resources. Predevelopmental analysis must take into account physical site factors as well as those factors as economics, politics and sociology. Landscape has relationship with surface and subsurface conditions upon which design concept and form can be evolved. Landscape developmental activities follow some definite cycle. Conventional method of data collection are uneconomical as compared to Remote Sensing techniques. Scale of data source has direct beering on the value of parameter. For a basin the scale of data source are not uniform, moreover available Remote Sensed Data are on various scales. In this study landscape parameters has been evaluated using Remotely Sensed Data and scale effect has been studied.

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