Best Reference Books – Application of Geoinformatics in Urban Planning and Management

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Application of Geoinformatics In Urban Planning and Management subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Application of Geoinformatics In Urban Planning and Management along with reviews.

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1. “Urban Environment and Geoinformatics” by Kalpana Markandey and S Simhadri

“Urban Environment and Geoinformatics” Book Review: This book deals with India’s urban issues at varying levels of scale. It discusses the topics as diverse as urban challenges in the 21st century. This book provides the impact of the development of towns on Indian tribal communities. It contains the urban scenario as manifest in the emergence of high-rise buildings or gated communities, and more. This book avails the geoinformatic techniques like Geographic Information Systems and remote sensing. These are applied in the study of land use and land cover, change detection, urban water resources, and demarcating rainwater harvesting sites.

2. “Urban Malaria Risk Mapping Using Geoinformatic Technology, Nigeria” by Olarewaju Oluseyi Ifatimehin

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“Urban Malaria Risk Mapping Using Geoinformatic Technology, Nigeria” Book Review: This book focuses on the risk and vulnerability to malaria disease within unplanned urban centres of developing countries. It discusses the clinically reported malaria cases, socio-economic variables and environmental variables. This book provides the advantages of geoinformatic technologies. These are brought to bear in generating, analysing, estimating and relating these parameters. This lets us understand the contributory relationship of the variables to malaria incidences in the urban centres. This book reveals that the populace are not really aware of the magnitude of the interaction with the environment. It discusses the consciousness of the resident to sustainable environmental resource exploitation, utilization, planning and management.

3. “Urban Growth Dynamics of Zaria Using Geoinformatic Techniques” by M E Ufuah and M L Rilwani
4. “Geoinformatics for Decentralized Planning and Governance” by M S Nathawat and A C Pandey

“Geoinformatics for Decentralized Planning and Governance” Book Review: This book is useful for the academicians, scientists, research scholars and professionals, working in the fields of remote sensing. This book provides the recent advances in the field of remote sensing. It provides the information on how GIS and GPS have further enhanced the future potential of geoinformatics. This book is a comprehension of papers presented at the National Seminar. This seminar aimed on “Role of Geoinformatics in Decentralized Planning” at Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi. It includes various important application areas in geoinformatics and recent trends in their studies. This book covers environmental issues, natural resource mapping, rural and urban planning, etc. It also focuses on the work being carried out at various esteemed organizations in India like IIRS, NRSA, ISRO, State Remote Sensing Centres, etc.

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5. “Data Mining for Geoinformatics: Methods and Applications” by Guido Cervone and Jessica Lin
6. “Modeling the Growth of Slums: Application of Geoinformatics in Urban Environment” by Sulochana Shekhar
7.REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATION IN FOREST INVENTORY: Sustainable forest management using Geo-informatics
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