Groundwater Search by Remote Sensing: A Methodological Approach


by

Carlo Travaglia
Environment and Natural Resources Service

and

Niccoló Dainelli
Consultant, Remote Sensing/GIS

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2003

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Groundwater search by remote sensing: A methodological approach
by C. Travaglia and N. Dainelli
41 pp., 16 figures, 1 table, Environment and Natural Resources Working Paper No. 13
FAO, Rome, 2003.


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ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives of the study
1.3 Study area
1.4 Data/software used

CHAPTER 2: METHODOLOGY

2.1 Topographic maps georeferentiation
2.2 Satellite data georeferentiation
2.3 Drainage analysis/watershed identification
2.4 Landforms analysis
2.5 Cover analysis
2.6 Lineaments analysis
2.7 Database preparation
2.8 Interpretation
2.9 Field checking

CHAPTER 3: RESULTS

CHAPTER 4: CONCLUSIONS

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