Ground Water quality assessment
Abstract Balancing the inputs and outputs on a farm is fundamental to its success and profitability. The ability of GIS to analyze and visualize agricultural environments and workflows has proved to be very beneficial to those involved in the farming industry. GIS is playing an increasing role in agriculture production throughout the world by helping farmers increase production, reduce costs, and manage their land more efficiently. While natural inputs in farming cannot be controlled, they can be better understood and managed with GIS applications such as crop yield estimates, soil amendment analyses, and erosion identification and remediation. Optimal soil management and environmental protection require agricultural and natural resource managers equipped to characterize and manage soil spatial variability.
Having Strong ability to resolve problems via GIS & Remote sensing collection of tools. Able to identify and validate collected information for Geo Marketing Analysis
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