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Expert NameProf. Parth Sarathi Roy
TitleHead/Principal Investigator
DivisionForestry & Ecology/Biodiversity Characterisation
InstitutionIndian Institute of Remote Sensing
CityDehra Dun
Telephone91 135 744518
Work Experience- Made contributions in establishing satellite remote sensing methodology for Forest/Vegetation cover mapping and monitoring for India. Methodologies developed are being used by Forest Survey of India as an operational methodology. - Development of Digital Image Processing techniques for vegetation classification and quantification using satellite remote sensing. - Developed methods to estimate above ground biomass and forest productivity in natural forests and plantations. - Biophysical Spectral Response Modelling Approach for Forest Density Stratification. - Analysis for microwave remote sensing data for extracting information on forest canopy, type discrimination and digital approach in contextual classification. - For the first time reported significance of Middle Infrared band data for forest type discrimination. The results have been used as input in developing IRS-1C payload. - Developed statellite remote sensing based methodology for detecting narcotic drug crop of op
QualificationsBachelor of Science, Botany, Zoology, Chemistra, Gorakhpur University, 1971. Masters in Science, Botany, Gorakhpur University, 1973. Advanced Diploma, Remote Sensing, University of Freiburg, Germany, 1979. Ph.D., Plant Ecology, Gorakhpur, 1980.
Number of Publications88
Awards- Indian National Remote Sensing Award - 1991, by Indian Society of Remote Sensing. - Sri Hari Om Ashram Prerit Vikram Sarabhai Memorial Research Award (in Space Applications) - 1993 - by Physical Research Laboratory, Department of Space. - B.P. Pal Nat
Other ActivitiesFellow of National Institute of Ecology (1996). Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (1997).
Publications1. P.S. Roy, B.K. Ranganath, P.G. Diwakar, T.P.S. Vohra, S.K. Bhan, I.J. Singh and V.C. Pandian, 1991. Tropical Forest type mapping and monitoring using remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 12, N°11, pp. 2205-2225. 2. P.S. Roy and Shirish A. Ravan, 1996. Biomass estimation using satellite remote sensing data - an investigation on possible approaches for natural forest. Journal of Biosciences, Vol. 21, N°4, pp. 535-561. 3. P.S. Roy, K.P. Sharma and Abhineet Jain, 1996. Stratification of forest density in dry deciduous forest using satellite remote sensing digital data - an approach based on spectral indices. Journal of Biosciences, Vol. 21, N°5. 4. P.S. Roy, C.B.S. Dutt, R.N. Jadhav, B.K. Ranganath, M.S.R. Murthy, B. Gharai, V. Udaya Lakshmi, A.K. Kandya and P.S. Thakker, 1996. IRS-1C Application for Forest and Environment. Current Science, Vol. 70, N°7, pp. 606-613. 5. S.A. Ravan and P.S. Roy, 1997. Satellite remote sensing for ecological ana
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
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