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  • Scope and potentiality of free and open sourceScope and potentiality of free and open sourceScope and potentiality of free and open sourceScope and potentiality of free and open source

    Geospatial toolsGeospatial toolsGeospatial toolsGeospatial tools

    in biodiversity conservationin biodiversity conservationin biodiversity conservationin biodiversity conservation

    Dr . P. Rama Chandra PrasadDr . P. Rama Chandra PrasadDr . P. Rama Chandra PrasadDr . P. Rama Chandra Prasad

    Lab for Spatial InformaticsLab for Spatial InformaticsLab for Spatial InformaticsLab for Spatial Informatics

    International Institute of Information TechnologyInternational Institute of Information TechnologyInternational Institute of Information TechnologyInternational Institute of Information Technology

    HyderabadHyderabadHyderabadHyderabad

  • Biodiversity Conservation

    Status of species Data collection –methods?

    Single time / Static

    inventory

    Lack of temporal data

    Open data?

    Crowd sourcingData mapping and

    Visualization Crowd sourcing

    How far open data

    Is in usable format

    /how many are aware

    Of such data

    Visualization

    Analysis using

    multi-layer approach

    Correlate parameters

    Inferences Data on web FOSS4G

    TOOLS Software?

  • What these software can do?

    Data

    Creation

    Editing

    Georeference

    ProjectionProjection

    Query

    Analysis

    Interpolate

    Symbology

    Map print

  • Special Models

    GRASS Watershed modeling

    Erosion and transportation models

    Landscape modeling SAGA (System for automated Geoscientific

    Analyses) Terrain analysis (water shed modeling)

    Simulation - Cell automata

    Modeling the human impact on natureModeling the human impact on nature

    Fire spreading

    Hydrology – Top model

    ILWIS (Integrated Land and

    Water Information System) DEM-Hydro processing

    Stereo pair from DTM

    Interpolation

    OSSIM (Open Source Software

    Image Map) Sensor Model

    Hyperspectral capable

  • Land use change from 1976 to Land use change from 1976 to

    2005 2005

    MSS-20th Jan 1974TM 11th Nov 1989

    TM 31st Jan 2005

  • 100 % 40%HumidityHigh Low

    High Low Altitude gradientAltitude gradient

    20 oC 40 oCAir Temperature

    10 oC 40 oCSoil Temperature Low High

    Interpolation with environmental variables taken in the field