Articles in the Applications Category

Sep 2018 | No Comment

The world is facing an increase in the frequency and severity of natural disaster events. Events which, when they strike, threaten the social, environmental and financial foundations of communities. And while these events cannot be prevented, their impacts can be limited…

Aug 2018 | No Comment

The existing geo-tectonic map of Japan has been produced by geological survey, rock classification, historical geological processes, faults etc. by expert geologists, geo-scientists, geographers and others. However, each geo-tectonic map may differ…

Jul 2018 | No Comment

Roads are the crucial geospatial feature and play vital role in national development and growth. They are the major component of nation infrastructure…

Jun 2018 | No Comment

The Agricultural progress of any region is generally influenced by the number of factors such as the physical, institutional, infrastructural and technological factors. All these factors are individually or collectively are responsible for the cropping patterns…

Jun 2018 | No Comment

The Brahmaputra river, a major trans-boundary river in the Eastern Himalayan region, originating in China flows through India and Bangladesh before draining into the Bay of Bengal. The river is known as Yarlung Tsangpo in Tibet..

Jun 2018 | No Comment

In 2014 in KL I delivered an initial paper which explored the opportunities and very real benefits that could be afforded not only to professionals working in land, property and construction surveying but also to clients, the public and society more generally by the setting…

May 2018 | No Comment

The present research discover the people’s role in land governance and management, and also to see the historical background of land governance in the country,  India. We present here the first part of the paper

Madan Mohan

Associate Professor of Geography, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Centre for Study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences, New Delhi, india

Geospatial …

Apr 2018 | No Comment

In the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Doc 7300) (Chicago Convention), signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944, any aircraft intended to be flown without a pilot on board is referred to as a “pilotless aircraft”…

Mar 2018 | No Comment

Kosi belt (Alluvial fan) in Bihar has historically been under the constant flooding by River Kosi, the river popularly known as the ‘Sorrow of Bihar’. Each year it inundates hundreds of acres of fertile land and invades highly populated area, which incurs tremendous loss to human life and property…

Mar 2018 | No Comment

The authors spent two years research on the application of the (Mahalanobis-Taguchi Method) MT method for earthquake prediction which shows interesting result

Shunji Murai

Chief Technical Officer, Japan Earthquake Science Exploration Agency (JESEA), Tokyo, Japan

Shoichi Teshima

President, Angletry Co., Ltd. Sapporo, Japans

JESEA (Japan Earthquake Science Exploration Agency), which celebrated its fifth anniversary since establishment in January 2013, continues …