Temporal studies of land use/land cover in varaha river basin, andhra pradesh, india
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Land use/land cover investigation have been carried out in Varaha river basia (VRB) using remote sensing data of 1986 and 1992 and the changes in land use/land cover during the period are estimated Visual interpretation techniques have been followed to delineate various land use/laad cover categories It is inferred that the land use/land cover pattern of the area is controlled by local topography, climate and resourees, The tesults revealed significant changes in the area of built-up land irrigated land, plantation degraded forest and upland over a period of six years.
KeywordsRemote Sensing Irrigate Area Areal Extent Rural Settlement Irrigate Land
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