Remote Sensing in Geomorphology
New India Publishing, 2005 - 276 Seiten
Geomorphology is the study of external landscape/architecture of earth's crust which stands as a testimony not only for the palaeo morphotectonic and morpho-dynamic activities but also the present day geological processes as well, thus making geomorphology significant in understand the hierarchical evolution of the earth and related resources, environment/ecosystems and disaster proneness. With remote sensing deepening its roots in all fields, the scope of geomorphology too has phenomenally widened as fabrication and animation of modern geologic/geomorphic processes are being easily done by remote sensing.
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Remote Sensing and Pleistocene Tectonics of Southern
Evidences of Neotectonism Along Coromandel Coast
Pleistocene Holocene Graben Along Pondicherry
Neotectonic Controls on The Migration of Sarasvati River
Eyed Drainages Observed In IRS Imagery In Tamil Nadu
Aid of Remote Sensing In Fluvial Geomorphic Mapping
Remote Sensing and River Migration in Western India
Remote Sensing of River Migration In Tamil Nadu
active Agniar anomalies Aravalli Bakliwal basin Bay of Bengal beach ridges Cauvery delta Cauvery river coast of Tamil coastline Coleroon Coleroon river compressed meanders Cumbum cymatogenic arches deltaic regimes dextral E-W trending east coast ENE-WSW erosion eyed drainage flood plains flowing fluvial fractures Geol Geological geomorphic Geomorphology graben Hence hill ranges imagery Indian Desert Indian Peninsula Indian plate indicates Kerala Kodiyakkarai land subsidence landforms Landsat landslides littoral currents lobes Madras Mangalore Marakkanam migratory morphotectonic N-S trending NE-SW trending neotectonic NW-SE observed palaeo palaeochannels Palar river pattern Pennar Pleistocene Pleistocene tectonism Pondicherry Ponnaiyar river Precambrian present day protruding delta Quaternary Ramasamy and Balaji Rameswaram region Remote Sensing river Cauvery river migration river systems Sarasvati river sector seismic shoreline sinistral sinistral faults South India Stanley reservoir suggests Tamil Nadu tectonic tectonic movements Tertiary trending lineaments upland Vaigai valley Vedaranniyam west coast Western Ghats Yamuna