Surveying and Geoinformatics- Conference Papers

 

Recent Submissions

  • Remote Sensing, A Vital Tool in Monitoring Climate Change 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Studies, Ile-Ife, OAU., 2009)
    The impact of anthropogenic activities on the planet we inhibit has affected the climate. Humans are at risk as the earth is warming up. It is through the observation of atmosphere and hydrosphere data; and by using the ...
  • Remote Sensing of Vegetation Stress and Indicators 

    Makinde, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of Global Geospatial Conference 2013. Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA, 2013)
    The study used spectra indicators to determine the health status of polluted vegetation. Global Positioning System with an accuracy of ± 5m were used to identified stress areas. The identified impacted areas ...
  • An Assessment of the spectra characteristics of vegetation in south western Nigeria. 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (IERI Procedia, 2014)
    This study assessed the status of oil spill induced stress in the vegetation in Lagos and Ogun States, in the South West of Nigeria. The locations of oil spill impacted areas were identified on the field using information ...
  • The Perception of Communities Prone to Environmental Degradation 

    Makinde, E. O. (2nd Africa Regional Conference Technical Proceedings. Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD) Organized under the Auspices of: University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), Sunyani, GHANA., 2014)
    The activities of man affect the environment which in turn influences the climate. This study assesses these human activities by determining the perceived impact of oil spill and its attendant explosion and fire has on the ...
  • Spectral Indices for Detecting Change Trend in Vegetation affected by Hydrocarbon Spillage 

    Makinde, E. O. (International Proceedings of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering (IPCBEE), Singapore, 2015)
    Geo-informatics and in-situ technologies have made it possible to quickly assess, monitor and analyse vegetation biodiversity accurately in a non-destructive way. The goal of this study was to investigate the change trend ...
  • The application of remote sensing and GIS technology to erosion risk mapping 

    Makinde, E. O.; Oyebanji, E. I. (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2018)
    Erosion is one of the major problems in Nigeria and Lagos State in particular. The objectives of this research are to identify land use/land cover changes in Eti-Osa LGA and estimate actual erosion risk using Revised ...
  • Land Use Change Analyses in Lagos State From 1984 to 2005 

    Abiodun, O. E.; Olaleye, J. B.; Dokai, A. N.; Odunaiya, A. K. (Proceedings FIG Working Week, 2011)
    The physical development in an urban community and the need to control such development for economic, socio-political and environmental reasons have necessitated the requirement for geographical and statistical information ...
  • Establishment of an empirical geoid model for a small geographic area: A case study of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 

    Olaleye, J. B.; Aleem, K. F.; Olusina, J. O.; Abiodun, O. E. (Surveying and Land Information Science, 2010)
    This paper examines changes in land-use and land-cover pattern in Ilorin Emirate in Nigeria between 1986 and 2006. Landsat images of Ilorin Emirates at three epochs (1986, 2000 and 2006) were used. An administrative map ...
  • Land use change detection and analysis using remotely sensed data in Lekki Peninsula area of Lagos, Nigeria. 

    Olaleye, J. B.; Abiodun, O. E.; Igbokwe, Q. (Proceedings FIG Working Week, 2009)
    Land use is generating worldwide interest as changes in land use are at a rapid rate and it is estimated by the United Nation's Population Fund (1999) that by the year 2025, 80% of the world's population will live in cities. ...