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(Civil Engineering)

Set No.1

IV B.Tech. I Semester Regular Examinations, November, 2011

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS

Time: 3 Hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ******* 1. a) What is photogrammetry? Explain different types of photogrammetry? b) How do you measure heights from photographs?

2. Discuss in detail with neat sketches various elements involved in remote sensing. 3. Explain the following: a) Spatial resolution, c) Radiometric resolution

4. a) How is GIS different from a conventional information system? b) Draw the work flow of a typical GIS system and explain the steps of the flow? 5. a) What is the input domain of an information system? b) Describe the process flow of spatial data capturing, explain each sub-process involved. 6. a)What are the main categories of geo-processing analysis? b) Enlist the important processing that is carried out in a GIS. 7. a) Explain how remote sensing and GIS techniques are used in mapping of flood-prone areas. b) Enlist various characteristics of watershed. 8. Explain the methodology with flow chart how remote sensing techniques are used in estimating loss of reservoir capacity due to sedimentation.

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Code No: M0123

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Set No.2

IV B.Tech. I Semester Regular Examinations, November, 2011

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS

Time: 3 Hours Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ******* 1. a) Describe various characteristics aerial photography. b) Describe the procedure for parallax measurements for height. 2. With a neat diagram explain electromagnetic spectrum.

Max Marks: 80

3. a) Explain various types of platforms used in remote sensing b) Briefly explain application of aerial photo interpretation to terrain evaluation.

4. a) What is spatial data? What is spatial-temporal data? Explain with examples. b) Explain various advantages of GIS. 5. Describe the following a) Layer based GIS mapping b) Feature based GIS mapping

6. a) How is DEM (digital elevation model) generated. b) Enlist some prominent applications of DEM. 7. a) Enlist various application of land use/land cover analysis in water resources applications. b) Explain briefly various rainfall-runoff models. 8. Explain the methodology with flow chart how remote sensing and GIS techniques are used in identification of sites for artificial recharge structures.
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Code No: M0123

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Set No.3

IV B.Tech. I Semester Regular Examinations, November, 2011

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS

Time: 3 Hours Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ******* 1. a) Describe various types of aerial cameras. b) Discuss various elements of photo interpretation. 2. Explain with neat sketch basic concepts of remote sensing. 3. Explain the following: a) Spatial resolution, c) Radiometric resolution

Max Marks: 80

b) Spectral resolution, d) Temporal resolution

4. a) What is GIS? Define GIS in terms of an information system? b) Enlist the difference between rater and vector data models.

5. a) What is the input domain f an information system? b) Describe the process flow of spatial data capturing, explain each sub-process involved. 6. a) What is a coordinate system and why it is required in GIS? b) What are the different types of coordinate systems used in GIS? 7. a) Enlist various characteristics of watershed. b) Explain methodology with flow diagram for surface water mapping and inventory. 8. Explain the methodology with flow chart how remote sensing techniques are used in water depth estimation and bathymetry.

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Code No: M0123

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Set No.4

IV B.Tech. I Semester Regular Examinations, November, 2011

REMOTE SENSING AND GIS APPLICATIONS

Time: 3 Hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ******* 1. a) Discuss geometric properties of aerial photogrammetry. b) Explain with a neat sketch the components of a remote sensing system.

2. a) What do you mean by active remote sensing and passive remote sensing? b) Explain characteristics of image. 3. Discuss the following a) visual interpretation techniques b) Digital image processing

4. a) Explain with diagram the flow of GIS processes. b) Define GIS along with its inbuilt subsystems. 5. a) What are the important geo-spatial data models? b) What is thematic modeling? 6. a) How is DEM (digital elevation model) generated? b) Enlist some prominent applications of DEM. 7. Explain how remote sensing and GIS techniques are used in drought impact assessment and monitoring. 8. Explain the methodology with flow chart how remote sensing and GIS techniques are used in inland water quality survey and management. 1 of 1

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