EVALUATION OF LAND USE AND LAND COVER CHANGE (LULC) BY GEOSPATIAL METHOD: A CASE STUDY OF SURANA TONS WATERSHED DEHRADUNAnju Panwar, Pratibha Naithani and Pradeep Sharma
The quantity, the rate and the measure of land use change are exceptionally high in India. The human effects upon the land are still incredible and expanding. This examination investigations the cycle scene change in a miniature watershed in mean rise district of Doon valley, Uttarakhand of India in 1980 and 2015. The watershed (around 440 km2 in size) in Doon Valley. The spatial and transient change examples of land use were evaluated by deciphering far off detecting (RS) information and utilize a topographical data framework (GIS). During the most recent 35 years, the vegetal cover was changed profoundly with aggregate populace pressure (both human and creature), horticultural exercises. This article primarily accentuations on the arrangement and documentation of the progressions in LULC in the time of 1980â2015 dependent on an appraisal of Indiaâs geographical guide and consecutive pictures accumulated from the satellite.