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The field of Geographic Information Sciences (GIS) has emerged for several decades to support in collecting, managing geospatial data as well as planning and making informed decisions for various sectors. The Universiti Teknologi Malaysia used to be the pioneer institution in Malaysia that introduced the Geoinformatics program for undergraduate stu...
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Mahesana district is facing presently acute ground water problem. Day-by-day ground water level is going down requiring systematic study for the delineation of aquifers in the area. It has been observed that ground water level of unconfined aquifer has gone below 400m depth at most of the places. Ground water table is going down by 2 to 4 meters pe...
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Geoinformatics is a relatively new discipline offering a range of methods and tools for conducting research in various areas of expertise connected with protecting and managing cultural heritage (geol-ogy, natural hazards, transport, and accessibility). It is an independent discipline that provides a coherent integrated approach to the acquisition,...
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Cartography is the science and art of making maps and charts according to a very short definition which has been valid for centuries. The discipline of cartography combines science, aesthetics, and technical ability to create a well-balanced and legible representation of the real world. The term 'cartographer' has been referred to the profession al...
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The paper at hand focuses on the meltwater valleys of the Rhine and Iller glacier Foreland of the Northern Alpine area, Germany. The re-investigation of the sediments comprises the GIS (Geoinformation system) supported 3D modelling of the paleovalley systems. Based on field data the original geometry of the surface and base layer is modelled in thr...