The Geoinformatics Section aims to develop high quality needed spatial databases for bio-ecological resources and land resources management and monitoring. The technologies employed are Geographic Information System (GIS), Global Positioning System (GPS) and Satellite Remote Sensing (SRS). The Unit promotes the applications of the bio-ecological and land databases for sustainable management of natural ecosystems, biodiversity, forestry and agriculture. We also support post graduate students and researchers to do research on the applications of these technologies and the use of databases for sustainable ecology and environment management.
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