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Papers in Applied Geography

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Setting the Future of Management of Geoenvironmental Data and Information Systems

Manuscript deadline
31 January 2024

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Special Issue Editor(s)

Dr. Jian Su, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, China
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Dr. Yu Xue, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, Nanjing, 210044, China
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Dr. J.K.Aggarwal, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA 78712
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Setting the Future of Management of Geoenvironmental Data and Information Systems

A lot of spatial data is frequently needed for a geo-environmental appraisal for urban land forecasting. Geographic information systems (GIS) have the ability to manage enormous amounts of geographically connected data, allowing for the integration of various data layers and the extraction of new data. Through economic investments, protecting the environment becomes a big responsibility for firms and a crucial component of competitiveness. The region experiences numerous serious and unique environment-related issues. Geological asset and geo-environmental appraisals can be aided by modern computational techniques and remote sensor data. Modern digital scanning technologies are making available a new range of medium- to small scale geographic precision and extensive to narrower spectral range visual data that are suitable for incorporation into regional information systems. In performing the analysis, information from many additional sources, including the GIS interpretation of such data, needs to be taken into account. Combining environmental engineering knowledge with geotechnical engineering knowledge can produce a sustainable solution for protecting the environment.

Geo-environmental technology academic possibilities emerge within the following areas: site assessment and monitoring, pollutant distribution and transport, refuse management systems, property remediation, and the effective use of waste and regenerated materials. Remote vision applications' focus is shifting away from assessing digital pictures and toward data processing and incorporation with existing computerised spatial data. A geo-environmental information system is being created to retain pertinent and readily accessible data, such as current ecological regulations and specialised data and the fundamental sector norms, limits, and actions, as well as the present behaviour of the subsidiary and intermediate sectors and their respective challenges. The technology will provide data regarding the situation of the environment. Increasing technological development and industrialization have evolved into overuse of natural resources and significant environmental issues. As a consequence of legal developments that have compelled developers, building authorities and inspectors to think more deeply regarding the consequences and effects of large-scale developmental efforts on the environment, the significance of geo-environmental information is growing and becoming more crucial. In order to adhere to the standards of ecological development, architects are being forced to that their plans are founded on the best available scientific data and risk analysis. This is especially pertinent from the perspective of economic renewal.

The inadequacies, challenges, and necessary capabilities of geo-environmental data is explored in this special issue. We are seeking for submissions highlighting cutting-edge technologies and applications for environmental management and resilience in the future. New ideas are expected, including fundamental and analytical investigations, appraisal technical issues, and actual efforts.

  • Emerging Barriers and Possibilities of Geo-environmental Engineering
  • A web-based mechanism for exchanging geo-environmental information
  • An innovative big data strategy predicated on a geo-ecological information-modeling technology
  • Exposure of Geological and Geo-environmental Interactions on Nature
  • Adopting an area approach built on segmentation to evaluate geo-environmental features
  • Appraisals of the geo-environment using widely sensed datasets
  • Integrating the geo-environment with digital computing technologies
  • Information Processing for Digging and Environmental Information
  • Characteristics of the geo-environment in comprehensive environmental monitoring
  • ¬†Utilization and environmental protection using deposit and geo-environmental systems
  • Impact on geo-environmental systems for resource utilisation and environmental protection

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