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Proceedings of International Conference on Remote Sensing for Disaster Management

Issues and Challenges in Disaster Management

  • Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
  • Kakani Nageswara Rao
  • Sumiko Kubo

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Venkata Sai Krishna Vanama, Ch. Praveen Kumar, Y. S. Rao
    Pages 13-23
  3. Nagaraju Thummala, M. Madhuri, E. Srinivas, A. Narsing Rao, V. E. Nethaji Mariappan
    Pages 25-31
  4. Thota Sivasankar, Ranjit Das, Suranjana B. Borah, P. L. N. Raju
    Pages 33-41
  5. Rajesh Duvvuru, Gudikandula Narasimha Rao, Ashok Kote, Vijaya Raju Motru, PYLN Swami, Saurabh Singh Thakur et al.
    Pages 43-49
  6. Mohammd Rafiq, Anoop Kumar Mishra, Jagabandhu Panda, Som Kumar Sharma
    Pages 51-60
  7. R. Vijayanandh, J. Darshan Kumar, M. Senthil Kumar, L. Ahilla Bharathy, G. Raj Kumar
    Pages 61-71
  8. E. Venkateswarlu, I. Raghuramulu, T. Sivannarayana, G. P. Swamy, B. Gopala Krishna
    Pages 73-81
  9. Y. Meenakshi, Yellapragada Bhavani Kumar
    Pages 83-89
  10. K. Raja Kishore, K. Vijaya Sri
    Pages 113-119
  11. Venkumahanti Tejaswini, G. S. Pujar, G. Jai Shankar, K. Mrutyunjaya Reddy, Suribabu Boyidi
    Pages 121-137
  12. G. Sravanthi, K. Mruthyunjaya Reddy, G. S. Pujar, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
    Pages 139-150
  13. G. Anjaneyulu, A. Suseela
    Pages 151-157
  14. Nekkanti Haripavan, G. V. Ramalingeshwararao, G. Abbaiah, G. Sai krishna
    Pages 173-187
  15. S. Sivakumar, K. Srinivasaraju, M. Shanmugam, D. Thirumalaivasan, C. Lakshumanan
    Pages 215-226
  16. Kaja Divya, K. Mruthyujaya Reddy, G. S. Pujar, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
    Pages 227-241
  17. Ibrahim Shaik, S. V. C. Kameswara Rao, Balakrishna Penta
    Pages 243-250
  18. M. Kavitha, Gajanan Ramteke, A. Kamalakar Reddy, N. Narender
    Pages 265-279
  19. Nagaveni Chokkavarapu, Pavan Kumar Kummamuru, Venkata Ravibabu Mandla
    Pages 291-308
  20. Sudheer Kumar Nagothu, G. Anitha
    Pages 309-316
  21. Anusha Nutakki, Vijay Kotra, Sathish Kumar Konidala, Nagarjuna Babu Etukuri
    Pages 331-335
  22. S. Johny Samuael, J. Sahaya Arul, Jeni Chandar Padua
    Pages 337-345
  23. Ramprasad Naik Desavathu, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
    Pages 347-358
  24. Sushil Gupta, Indu Jain, Pushpendra Johari, Murari Lal
    Pages 359-365
  25. M. Kondala Rao, N. Gopika, K. S. Vivek, C. Ravi Kumar Reddy
    Pages 367-376
  26. Prathapani Prakash, Aswini Kumar Das, K. Sreenivasulu, G. Sreenivasa Reddy
    Pages 377-385
  27. Kuntal Ganguly, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao, K. Mruthyunjaya Reddy, Bendalam Sridhar
    Pages 423-437
  28. Amarjeet Kaur, Tarun Ghawana, Nakul Kumar
    Pages 455-464
  29. Abhishek Arepalli, S. Srinivasa Rao, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
    Pages 465-471
  30. J. Brema, J. Santhosh Kumar, K. Prathibaa, T. S. Rahul
    Pages 483-491
  31. B. Sridhar, Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao, Gudikandhula Narasimha Rao, Rajesh Duvvuru, Ch. Anusha, D. Sanyasi Naidu et al.
    Pages 515-522
  32. Suribabu Boyidi, G. Jaisankar, T. Sridevi, B. Ravi Kumar, K. M. Ganesh, N. C. Anil et al.
    Pages 523-533
  33. P. Satyanarayana, E. Siva Shankar, E. Amminedu, N. Victor Babu
    Pages 535-550

About these proceedings

Introduction

The natural disasters are the killer agents which can/can't be predicted even though we have modern technology. Every year, in one place or another, disasters striking which is devastating the area and surroundings, leading to ecological disruption besides huge loss of life and property. India is vulnerable to cyclones, landslides/avalanches, earthquakes, floods, droughts, forest fires, epidemics, etc. The 5700-km long coast of India, with its dense population is vulnerable to cyclones/low depressions, tsunamis, etc. The 2400-km long rugged Himalayan terrain is vulnerable to landslides, avalanches and earthquakes. India is not only vulnerable to natural disasters, it is also experiencing industrial accidents. The Bhopal Gas tragedy is one of the major man-made disasters in the world. The state of Andhra Pradesh has 970-km long coastline with two major rivers, etc. The conference is conducted in Visakhapatnam, is famous for industries and tourism. Recently, several industrial accidents took place, besides major natural disasters like Hud-Hud, etc. Disaster management shall be implemented from the grass root level in vulnerable areas to improve the capacity building, so as to minimize the losses. The capacity building coupled with technology results in reduction of loss of life and property.  

Keywords

Remote Sensing Disaster Management Geospatial Technologies Internet-of-Things Recent Technologies

Editors and affiliations

  • Peddada Jagadeeswara Rao
    • 1
  • Kakani Nageswara Rao
    • 2
  • Sumiko Kubo
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Geo-Engineering and Centre for Remote SensingCollege of Engineering, Andhra UniversityVisakhapatnamIndia
  2. 2.Department of Geo-Engineering and Centre for Remote SensingCollege of Engineering, Andhra UniversityVisakhapatnamIndia
  3. 3.Department of Geography, Faculty of EducationWaseda University GeographyTokyoJapan

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-77276-9
  • Copyright Information Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2019
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Engineering
  • Print ISBN 978-3-319-77275-2
  • Online ISBN 978-3-319-77276-9
  • Series Print ISSN 1866-8755
  • Series Online ISSN 1866-8763
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