Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS

Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS (JoRSG) is an international journal which contains good quality- original research papers, review papers, short communications and book reviews that focus on practical and theoretical issues , collection, analysis, modelling, interpretation and display of spatial data, connections between GIS and related technologies and also new GIS applications which help to solve current issues & problems.

Focus and Scope Covers

  • Aerial Photography
  • Cartography and Map Publishing
  • Geoinformatics
  • Geo-Physics
  • Image Compression and Image Processing
  • Remote Sensing, Spatial Science, Surveying and Mapping
  • Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
  • Remote Sensing Applications

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Journal of Remote Sensing & GIS invites Research, Review papers along with general Articles and short communications.  
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Vol 6, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Case Study

Landslide Susceptibility Mapping: A Case Study of Cauvery Basin and East Flowing Rivers South of Cauvery Basin, India
Debabrata Ghorai, Debabrata Ghorai, Ashis Kumar Paul 24-36

Research Articles

Landscape Characterization in a Watershed of Western Himalayan Ecoregion
N. K. Sharma 1-10
Vegetation Area Monitoring Through NDVI Technique: A Case Study of Dengei Pahad Micro Watershed, Khurda District, Odisha
Jajnaseni Rout, Adikanda Ojha, R. N. Samal, G. Rajesh, A. K. Pattnaik 11-16
Passive Microwave Remote Sensing of Flood: A Comparison of Various Methods
Rimmi Konwar, Himadri Sikha Nath, Pallabi Das, Bikramjit Goswami, Manoranjan Kalita 17-23
Forest Change Monitoring of Ghatsila, Musabani and Dhalbhumgarh Block of East Singbhum District, Jharkhand State using Image Subtraction, Image Ratioing and SAM Classification Method
Somnath Maiti, Rajat Satpathy, Jatisankar Bandyopadhyay, Ayyeum Perumal Thillai Jeyaseelan 37-42
Use of Precipitation Data from Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer 2 in the Forecasting of Floods in Assam
Banira Thapa, Nitumoni Deka, Ripranchi Ch. Marak, Bikramjit Goswami, Manoranjan Kalita 43-52