Use of Information Technology in Emergency and Disaster Management
American Journal of Environmental Protection
Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2015, Pages: 101-104
Received: Nov. 21, 2014;
Accepted: Feb. 1, 2015;
Published: Mar. 3, 2015
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Biswajit Mukhopadhyay, Faculty: Civil Engineering; Institute: Kolkata Metropolitan Water & Sanitation Authority, City: Kolkata, India
Buddhadev Bhattacherjee, Faculty: Civil Engineering; Institute: Kolkata Metropolitan Water & Sanitation Authority, City: Kolkata, India
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Disaster management being a key part of emergency management encompasses wide range activities. Emergency management programme are developed and implemented through the analysis and information. The majority of information is spatial and can be mapped. GIS allows emergency management to identify onset of any disaster. For this data has to be gathered organized and displayed logically to determine the size and scope of emergency management so that appropriate steps can be taken in case any disaster.
Manmade, GIS, Preparedness, Mitigation
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Use of Information Technology in Emergency and Disaster Management, American Journal of Environmental Protection.
Vol. 4, No. 2,
2015, pp. 101-104.
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