Chhattisgarh will be using Global Positioning System (GPS) to curb illegal mining in the state, official sources said today.

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh has earned the distinction of becoming one of the first states to make geo-tagged photos mandatory in monitoring reports of third party monitors while executing Special

BHUBANESWAR: The State Government is mulling extension of the Orissa Forestry Sector Development Project (OFSDP) which is currently implemented in 10 districts.

Bhopal : A Geo-Special Fair is being organized in the capital from November 06th till November 11th under the joint direction of Indian Society of Remote Sensing and Madhya Pradesh Council of Scien

This paper reviews the potential of geographical indications and trademarks to protect and promote biocultural products of small producers in developing countries, and thereby contribute to sustainable development. It examines relevant

Bhubaneswar: With Space Based Information Support for Decentralized Planning (SIS-DSP), a new space-based technology providing useful data, the Odisha government has planned to use it for micro-lev

Tropical forests are recognized as rich, diverse and highly productive ecosystems of the world. The present study was carried out to assess carbon and nutrient storage of a dry tropical forest ecosystem in Barnawpara Sanctuary, Raipur district of Chhattisgarh through satellite remote sensing techniques and GIS.

There is growing support for characterizing ecosystem services in order to link conservation and human well-being. However, few studies have explicitly included ecosystem services within systematic conservation planning, and those that have follow two fundamentally different approaches: ecosystem services as intrinsically-important targeted benefits vs. substitutable co-benefits. We present a first comparison of these two approaches in a case study in the Central Interior of British Columbia.

Because of a GIS work, Culver City, California has up-to-date printed citywide sewer GIS map book and online sewer access system to share data with public.

The Filipino government, within the close of this decade, intends to supply potable water to over 95% for its population.

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