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Expert NameDr. Tej Pal Singh
InstitutionRegional Remote Sensing Centre
Telephone91 2712 35469
Work ExperienceTwenty one years experience of application of remote sensing (in natural resources inventory, development planning and management) in the premier institute (Space Applications Centre, ISRO, Ahmedabad) for application of space date in India. This includes experience as participant (field and practical) and as an advisor. The summary of work is provided below. - Aerial photo interpretation, flight planning and aerial photography. - Field radiometric data collection (agricultural farm), interpretation and analysis. - Visual analysis of satellite data for land use/land cover, wasteland and agriculture. - Multi-platform analysis for crop stress detection, assessment and mapping. - Digital analysis procedures for land use/cover interpretation and mapping. - GIS for resource inventory and planning, especially for wasteland (land degradation) development (land improvement) planning. - Cadastral level mapping from space data and micro-watershed development/conservation planning.
QualificationsB.Sc. Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Meerut University, 1970. M.Sc. Physics, Meerut University, 1972.
Number of Publications55
Awards1. Secretry, Indian Society of Remote Sensing - Ahmedabad Chapter (1990-92). 2. Organizing Secretary, National Conference - Geomatics 96, Ahmedabad.
Other Activities- Visiting professor to Gujarat University for teaching to Post Graduate Diploma in Space Sciences. - Invited lectures on "Application of remote sensing & GIS in natural resources management" in number of National Institutes and International Workshops (in India). - Research Guide to Post Graduate visiting students at SAC (ME in resource management, Gujarat Univ.; M. Phil in Remote Sensing - Aligarh Muslim Uni.). - Life member of Indian Society of Remote Sensing. - Life member of Indian Society of Geomatics. - Life member of Astronautical Society of India. - Life member of Indian Meteorological Society.
Publications1. Singh T.P., (1996) Application of remote sensing in land use mapping and planning, Proc. UN-ESCAP Workshop, Sept. 17-21, 19966, NRSA, Hyderabad, India (in press). 2. Garima, A., Kothari, S. and Singh, T.P. (1995) Application of remote sensing in mapping and management of land degradation: A case study of Sagwada tehsil, Dungarpur, Rajasthan. Proc. of the Symp. on Remote Sensing of Environment and Management with Special Emphasis on Hill Regions, pp. 203-209. 3. Ghosh, R., Goel, R.K., Lole, B.S., Singh, T.P., Sastry, K.L.N., Patel, J.G., Vanikar, Y.V., Thakker, P.S. and Navalgund, R.R. (1993). District level planning-A case study of the Panchmahals district using remote sensing and GIS techniques. Int. J. Remote Sensing, Vol. 14:3163-3168. 4. In Sahai, B. (1985) Land-use survey of Iddukki district. Int. J. Remote Sensing, Vol. 6:507-516. 5. Patel, N.K., Singh, T.P., Baldev Sahai and Patel, M.S. (1985) Spectral response of rice crop and its relation to yield and yield att
DisciplineNatural Resource Management
Last updated09/05/2007 11:47:00

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