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15-Nov-2007Flood Hazard and Risk Assessment in Fogera Woreda using GIS & Remote SensingDagnachew Legesse (Ph.D); Woubet, Gashaw
24-Jul-2012GIS AND REMOTE SENSING BASED MALARIA RISK MAPPING IN FENTALE WOREDA, EAST SHOA ZONE, ETHIOPIA.K.V. SURYABHAGAVAN(Dr.); Alemayehu, Lemessa
24-Jul-2012Estimating and Mapping of Carbon Stocks based on Remote Sensing, GIS and Ground Survey in the Menagesha Suba State Forest, EthiopiaDagnachew Legesse(Dr.); Zewedu Eshetu(Dr.); Mesfin, Sahle
16-Dec-2008Analysis of Biomass Degradation as an Indicator of Environmental Challenge of Bilate Watershed Using GIS TechniquesDr. Dagnachew Legesse; Degelo, Sendabo
Jun-2016Mapping Agricultural Drought and its Coping Strategies Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques in East Shewa Zone, Central Rift Valley Region of EthiopiaDr. Getachew Berhan; Prof. Woldeamlak Beweket; Hundera, Hurgesa
1-Jun-2016Assessing the Impact of Watershed Development Programs on Soil Erosion and Biomass Production Using Remote Sensing and GIS: The Case of Yezat Watershed, West Gojam Zone of Amhara Region, EthiopiaDr. K. V. Suryabahagavan; Dr. Sridhar Gummadi; Lemlem, Tadesse
Jun-2016Assessment of Soil Erosion Risk Area Using Object Based Image Analysis and RUSLE3D ModelDr. Binyam Tesfaw; Getachew, Tewodros
Jun-2016Remote Sensing and GIS Based Drought Vulnerability AssessmentDr. K.V. Suryabhagavan; Prof. M. Balakrishnan; Melese, Ashenif
15-Jun-2014Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing Based Malaria Risk Mapping Using Environmental Factors: A Case of Arba Minch Zuria Woreda, Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples’ Regional StateShimeles Damene (PhD); Mestewat, Simeon
Jun-2005Application of Remote Sensing And GIS for Geological Investigation and Groundwater Potential Zone Identification, Southeastern Ethiopian Plateau, Bale Mountains and the Surrounding AreasDr. Tesfaye Korme; Tewodros, Rango