Climate Change Data Base and GIS Based Decision Support System For Sustainable Earth System

Anand Malik

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Climate change has visible impacts on natural resources and related environment, thus receiving a high level of national and international attention. Accordingly, many of these problems can only be solved through appropriate scientific methodologies based on Geographical Information System (GIS) Decision Support System (DSS), which uses multi-criteria decision analysis methods for environmental impact assessment (EIA) from local to regional and regional to global scale. These kinds of studies need huge amount of data of various natures (temporal, aerial coverage etc.). The paper presents a detailed overview of data with their sources and can be utilized for climate change and for managing the natural resources.


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Climate Change, Geographical Information System, Decision Support System, Database.

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