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Introduction to Image Analysis in ArcView 3 – Land Cover Changes in the Rwenzori Mountains 1973-2005 - Manual

July, 2006






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    Projection modeling-based geospatial analysis of land use-land cover change at Hasdeo River Watershed, Chhattisgarh, India
    XV World Forestry Congress, 2-6 May 2022
    2022
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    The land-use change in the Hasdeo River watershed has been observed with all its subwatersheds. The changing patterns may portend localized impairment to forest and agricultural watershed. In this study, Land-use land-cover (LULC) change was modeled using terrset modeling software. The Hasdeo river watershed (geographical extent of 10,396.373 km2) is a part of the Mahanadi River basin in Chhattisgarh, India. Hasdeo River originates from Sonhat (Koriya district, Chhattisgarh, India) and is submerged into the river Mahanadi. It flows in the stretch of 330 km from north to south direction. This river has eight subwatersheds with rich forest diversity and perennial water resources. IRS-1D & P6 LISS3 images from the years 2000 and 2013 were used to investigate the LULC pattern. This has been used for the prediction of LULC change patterns for the years 2035 and 2050 based on the Markov model. The result of the project LULC map for the year 2000-2035 and 2000-2050 shows that the dense forest area will decrease by 12.30% and 15.68% respectively. The settlement area will significantly increase by 20.13% (2035) and 34.90% (2050) and will be the dominant land-use type in the watershed. It shows that population pressure will directly affect forest vegetation and agriculture activities. This study will be helpful for the effective sustainability approach for maintaining the proper LULC pattern of LULC pattern of land-use change in the watershed. This changing pattern will also influence the farming pattern in the catchment area of the Hasdeo River watershed. Keywords: Adaptive and integrated management, Deforestation and forest degradation, Landscape management, Monitoring and data collection, Sustainable forest management ID: 3487496
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    Manual on hygienic ice production for the small-scale fisheries sector in Timor-Leste. Module 1. Introduction to basic hygiene working principles for the small-scale fisheries sector
    Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme for South and Southeast Asia.
    2011
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    The international consultant that RFLP engaged to conduct a feasibility study for the introduction of ice production and distribution in Timor-Leste, produced a series of four manuals to support training delivered to key National Directorate of Fisheries and Aquaculture (NDFA) post-harvest staff. This manual, module 1 was on basic hygiene

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