Associate Professor and Head
Aim & Scope
‘Hydrospatial Analysis’ is focused on navigating the spatial studies in hydrology through strong database, innovative techniques and methodologies, etc.
‘Hydrospatial Analysis’ covers following broad topics but not restricted to:
- Hydrology of River, Lake, Dam, Ocean, Groundwater, etc.,
- Morphometric analysis,
- Water shade analysis,
- Water resource analysis,
- Water quality analysis,
- Water resource management,
- Waste water analysis,
- Socio-economic issues related to water distribution,
- Applications of Remote Sensing and GIS in Hydrospatial Analysis.
- Case studies,
Hydrology, Geology, Geomorphology, Oceanography, Climatology, Meteorology, Geography, Economics, Urban Studies, Administration and Governance, etc.
‘Hydrospatial Analysis’ has wide range of audience including Scientists, Academicians, Engineers, Administrators, etc. interested in hydrospatial analysis and their applications.