Remote Sensing and GIS Methods in Urban Disaster Monitoring and Management – An Overview IJTSRD
Disasters, whether natural or man induced have increased during the last decades in frequency all over the globe threatening a huge population within varied backgrounds. Over the years, remote sensing technologies have been functional in various disasters such as droughts, earthquakes, tsunamis, cyclones, etc. Its large area coverage capacity and observation repeatability makes its application cost effective. This paper tries to give the fundamental contributions and role of geographic information systems and remote sensing in disaster management applications. As an overview, it examines some recent practical application in disaster events. It also tries to look at some measurement characteristics and systems that have been applied to some disaster events within the disaster management framework and technologies. These various techniques and roles of remote sensing and geographic information systems in urban disaster monitoring and controlling, extends to disaster risk management using some sensors and satellites of emerging technologies. This discussion summarises in a single paper some of the many current techniques remote sensing and GIS employ in urban disaster management. Lessons from events can be drawn and implemented in similar scenarios to save lives and property.
by Nana Yaw Danquah Twumasi | Zhenfeng Shao | Altan Orhan “Remote Sensing and GIS Methods in Urban Disaster Monitoring and Management An Overview”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-4 , June 2019,
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