The ways in which geospatial information technology can aid in practical decision making solutions are as follows:

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Sustainable Development

Forested and Agricultural Land and Hydrological Conservation, Resource Management

Reclamation & Restoration

Wildlife Management, Soil Suitability, Moisture Retention, Outdoor recreation, Conservation Planning, Ecosystem Protection and Functionality


Flow/Runoff & Slope/Aspect

Solar radiation, Landslide/Erosion Detection, Flood runoff flow rate and direction, Watershed Management, Geological Hazards, Geological Change Detection such as Mountaintop Removal

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Tree Species and Type Classification such as hard or soft wood


Biomass Biodiversity

Biomass estimation, Forest Health and Restoration, Carbon Sequestration Estimations

Hazard Mitigation

Site Zoning, Emergency Preparedness, Pollution Control, Wetland Studies

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Emergency Preparedness

Land Use Planning and Zoning, Disaster Relief, Recovery and Mitigation, Marine and Shoreline Habitat Mapping

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Density Control

Combination of Human and Environmental Factors to Determine Optimal Site Locations, Land Conservation, Disaster Mitigation, Floodplain Modeling, Soil Suitability, Population Density, Etc.

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Physical Infrastructure

Surveying and Modeling Future and Pre-existing Dams, Bridges, Tunnels, Buildings, and other Man-made Infrastructural Improvements

Virtual Planning

Implementing LIDAR Technology to Build a Database of 3-Dimensional Building Models which Extend Beyond Footprints


Electricity Monitoring

Transmission Line Modeling and Siting, Optimal Sites for Wind and Solar

Leak Detection

Oil and Gas Leak Detection and other Environmental Disturbances along Pathway

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Transit Oriented Development

High Accuracy LIDAR for Advanced Civil Engineering for Highway Planning Inclusive to Tunnels and Bridges


Air Traffic Control

Airport Infrastrucural Planning and Pre-surveying