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Environment and Geography Students Study RS and GIS

The module AV-2308 Introduction to Geomatics with 46 students was taught by Dr. Shafi Noor Islam. In total, the module included 15 lectures, one field trip in the Kota Batu and Bandar area to investigate urban land cover and land use changes using Remote Sensing (RS) imagery, and applied practices in the GIS Lab using ArcGIS 10.3. The Environmental Studies and Geography students successfully completed 16 GIS group projects.

Dr. Shafi Noor Islam with a small group of students after successfully demonstrating their GIS projects.

The 16 group projects were:

  1. Land cover and landuse changes of UBD Campus
  2. Landuse changes and development in UBD Campus
  3. Landuse pattern in Bandar Seri Begawan
  4. Agricultural landuse and management at Wasan Rice Field
  5. Landuse changing pattern of Mukim Gadong in Brunei
  6. GIS and Remote Sensing application in forest management in Brunei
  7. Landuse and landscape planning in Kampong Maragang in Bandar Seri Begawan
  8. Landuse pattern in Singapore
  9. Landuse pattern in Mega City in Asia: A case analysis
  10. GIS and RS application in detecting landuse pattern on Dhaka Mega City in Bangladesh
  11. GIS application in water village landuse analysis: A case studies
  12. GIS and RS application in land fragmentation at the Wasan rice field project in Brunei
  13. GIS application in flood monitoring in Brunei
  14. GIS and RS application in landuse and agricultural cropping pattern in Tuvalu: A small island country in the Pacific
  15. Forest and Agricultural landuse pattern analysis in Temburong District in Brunei
  16. Coastal erosion and wetlands management in Brunei Darussalam

The outputs of the 16 GIS group projects.

19th and 20th April 2016 were the dates for the students to demonstrate their group projects in the GIS Lab. All the students are successfully prepared their project outputs through using ArcGIS 10.3 software.

Now students are familiar with Remote Sensing (RS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) and their application in different geographical and environmental issues. At the end of the day all students are able to operate ArcGIS 10.3 and prepare their own project map using the software. This involves simulating, modelling, monitoring, managing, and planning activities.

Students working on a GIS project on Wasan rice fields in Brunei.

Students working on a GIS project on land use in Kampong Ayer.

Students working on a GIS project on forest management in Brunei.

Students working on a GIS project on landuse patterns in Singapore using ArcGIS 10.3.