Huner Khayyat

Huner Khayyat
Salahaddin University - Erbil | SUH · Department of Geograpy

Master of Science

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تهدف هذه الدراسة الى تطبيق تقنية تحليل Auadrate Analysis الخاصة بالتعرف على نمط توزيع الظواهر النقطية وذلك لاستكشاف ايجابياتها ومعوقات استخدامها في الابحاث الجغرافية.
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The goal of this study was to investigate the morphometric analysis of the Taqtaq watershed in the Koysinjaq district, which is in the northeastern portion of Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI). The watershed has an area of 881 km2. The Digital Elevation Model-Shuttle Radar Topography Mission SRTM-DEM data, as well as Geo-information methodologi...
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Kurdistan Region of Iraq faces a large-scale semi-aridization of the climate, revealed by the rise of temperatures and the decline of the amount of precipitations, with negative effects visible in the desiccation of vegetation cover and surface water. To quantitatively study this situation, proper methods have been set up, and a retrospective analy...

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iam extracting vegetation cover and water bodies using MSAVI2 and MNDWI indices to detect change detection, but I need to extract the urban and built up areas as well to show their contribution on the land cover change, if some one shows me an index for urban and built up areas extraction, that will be highly appreciated.
Thanks.
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Can Some one help me in converting DN values to reflectance for Landsat 4 & Landsat 5 Images using ERDAS or TerrSet or ENVI. I highly appreciate any support.
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Greetings: How can I performe the Tasseled Cap Transformation in IDRISI Selva for Landsat 8 Images? because the only options available for that are :MSS, TM & ETM+, and its showing the attached error when I select ETM+

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This unique book focuses on Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in Iraq. The environmental applications include monitoring and mapping soil salinity, and prediction of soil properties as well, monitoring and mapping of land threats, proximal sensing for soil monitoring and soil fertility, spatiotemporal land use/cover, agricultural drought monitoring, and sand dunes. It contains chapters of the hydrological applications including spatial rainfall distribution, surface runoff, and drought monitoring, geo-morphometric analysis and flood simulation, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling and the effective management of water resources as well. Additionally, it includes assessing the impacts of climate change on natural resources using both RS and GIS, as well as to other applications to cover different parts of Iraq. The book starts with an introduction to facilitate the use of the book and end with a set of conclusions and recommendations to enhance the benefits of the book. The book chapters included tens of maps extracted from the remotely sensed datasets, in addition to tables and statistical relationships obtained from the results of the studies of the authors of the chapters. Those studies have been conducted in different parts of Iraq; in the north (Kurdistan region) where the mountainous and undulating lands, in western parts where the desert soils, and in the middle and southern Iraq where salty soils, sand dunes, wetlands, and marshes. The book is written by distinguished scientists, experts, and academics from Iraq, China, USA, Italy, Iran, Germany, UK, and the Czech Republic who are interested in Iraq environment. The book is, therefore, a very useful source of update data, information, and knowledge on Iraq environment for graduate students, researchers, policy planners, decision makers, and stakeholders as well.