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Name: Professor: Subject: Date: Drought Risk Assessment Using Remote Sensing and GIS Drought is a period characterized by below-average precipitation leading to acute shortage of surface ground and atmospheric water. It causes significant environmental and socio-economic impacts which affect the lives of living organisms. This may include; reduced water levels increased hazards of fire destruction of wildlife habitats and reduced agricultural production. Role of Remote Sensing and GIS in Drought Studies In order to mitigate the effects of most disasters for example drought relevant information pertaining the disaster is required. A geographic information system is a process of capturing manipulating managing and analyzing geographic data. Possible monitoring and prediction of the disaster is required to ensure efficient information generation and continuous data supply. Since calamities that lead to economic and social disruptions affect large regions and are associated to global changes it becomes difficult to capture continuous information on recorded from the surface of earth helps bring the interaction between the energy balance components and the surface radiance. Works cited Belal Abdel-Aziz et al. "Drought risk assessment using remote sensing and GIS techniques." Arabian Journal of Geosciences 7.1 (2014): 35-53. Garcia Monica et al. "Accuracy of the Temperature–Vegetation Dryness Index using MODIS under water-limited vs. energy-limited evapotranspiration conditions." Remote Sensing of Environment 149 (2014): 100-117. Tang Ronglin et al. "Spatial-scale effect on the SEBAL model for evapotranspiration estimation using remote sensing data." Agricultural and forest meteorology 174 (2013): 28-42. Zarch Mohammad Amin Asadi Bellie Sivakumar and Ashish Sharma. "Droughts in a warming climate: A global assessment of Standardized precipitation index (SPI) and Reconnaissance drought index (RDI)." Journal of Hydrology 526 (2015): 183-195. Zhao Xu et al. "Physical and virtual water transfers for regional water stress alleviation in China." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112.4 (2015): 1031-1035. [...]

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Wants a geography/geo-spatial related field person who have knowledge about Remote Sensing & GIS, to write literature review of minimum 5 to 6 pages related to Drought assessment using remote sensing and GIS with proper references and plagiarism free. Must Include these heading or sub-headings with references. 1- Role of Remote Sensing and GIS in drought studies 2- Standard Precipitation Index (SPI) 3- Temperature Vegetation Dryness Index (Also briefly discuss the some of the modified version of this method with references of those who used these modified version) 4- Regional Water Stress Index (RWSI)(Its also known as Crop Water Stress Index),(before this elaborate some evapotranspiration based drought indices) 5- Evapotranspiration estimation using Remote sensing. (There are many methods, so only mention some of them very briefly, then elaborate in proper detail the "Simplified Surface Energy Balance Index-SSEBI" model)

Subject Area: Human Geography

Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

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