Landscape Analytics

Urban morphology and impact on landscape patterns

With unprecedented urbanization & growth in global population there has been a significant change in the urban morphology in urban clusters across the globe.
Various factors are responsible for urbanization and change in landscape pattern: either this phenomenon may be a consequence of natural growth in the population or increase in economic and administrative activities.

Increase in air, land, soil and noise pollution can now be easily be observed.
In addition, water pollution due to increase in small industrial activities and increase in urban clusters may also be observed. Furthermore, the depleting water table due to unprecedented change in the landscape pattern cannot be ignored. Phenomenal increase in impervious surfaces has been the primary reason for decrease in water table across globe.

Deciphering Landscape Dynamics for Acucrate Quantification of Social Risks

The leads research unit is clear in its vision that various aspects of the earth system are interconnected with each other. In addition, we are engaging in hyperlocal studies of natural hazards and biodiversity, as it becomes necessary to include the landscape dynamics studies. Else the affect of natural hazard in the context of social and infrastructure risk may not be deciphered effectively.

In addition, fragmentation studies are an absolute component for biodiversity investigations. Therefore, Leads research unit has been working on developing framework and models for landscape analytics.

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