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The client wanted to develop a web-based decision support system, which incorporates an integrated database of geological, mineral resources, infrastructure, and socio-economic data. The system should be able to define potential mineral resource corridors in Nigeria based on various scenarios. electricity physics test The key purpose of this project was to increase mining sector’s potential in the Nigeria along with concurrent growth of other sectors such as infrastructure eventually leading to growth of the country’s socio-economic condition.

RMSI team collected data on minerals, geology, landuse/ landcover, socio-economic scenario, infrastructure, mining lease holdings, population, etc. RMSI created a geodatabase on a national scale by collecting data from various departments of Government of Nigeria (GoN) and other sources, wherever applicable. The system developed is a ‘first of its kind’ web-based application on dynamic potential resource corridor in Nigeria. RMSI team created and tested various mineral resource scenarios in the application. The team provided extensive training to stakeholders.

The mineral resource corridor decision support system facilitates client to accesses data, perform analysis based on various parameters, reporting and spatial data editing functions. It also allows users to upload/ update new data in the system and analysis can be done on new data. The web-based decision support system helps Government of Nigeria in decision making for any development activity related to mining and other allied sectors.

The study required agro-ecological zonation mapping at a scale of 1:250,000 using geospatial technology for ten provinces of Mozambique. Soil mapping, land cover & land use mapping, geology mapping, climate study, crop suitability and land availability analysis are part of this project. The objective of categorizing was utilization of optimum resources in terms of meeting food security and sustainable development.

RMSI created a comprehensive Remote Sensing and GIS database using satellite data and ground truth information. electricity in the body The various thematic maps viz. soil, geology, climate, land use & land cover are prepared under supervision of domain experts. These GIS maps are used for overlay analysis to categorize natural boundary as agro-ecological zone of the country using FAO guidelines. The database is also used for analysis of crop suitability and land availability for further natural resource management and livelihood development.

The innovative solutions of the study integrate the available land resource with crop production, livestock management and infrastructure development through sustainable growth of country economics. Integration of GIS and remote sensing tools facilitate appropriate planning and management of available land resource by planners and decision makers.

Procurement, installation and configuration of the hardware, software and networks; Environmental Monitoring Center set up; Developing an Enterprise Geo-environmental Geodatabase (data capture from satellite imagery and field survey); Design and Development of an Enterprise-wide GIS application; Design and development of an internet website for the EMIS; and User training.

Data capture, digitizing and data collection of all relevant environmental and non-environmental features in Kuwait, identified by the EPA, from the satellite images and available maps, and field verification and land surveying; Production and printing of digital and paper maps from the collected datasets; Training courses and on-the-Job training for the Environmental Monitoring Center staff on data acquisition, geo-environmental database development, updating and mapping skills. RMSI also developed a bi-lingual web portal (www.beatona.net), a knowledge based portal that serves not only the scientific environmental information of Kuwait but also garners public responses and opinions on Kuwait’s environment.

The study entitled “Natural Hazards Risk Assessment in Communities along Dili-Ainaro and Linked Road Corridors” was undertaken under a bigger program Building Climate and Disaster Resilience in Communities along Dili-Ainaro and Linked Road Corridors Project- Component 1: Natural Hazard Risk Assessment. The World Bank supported this study for Timor-Leste to better understand hazard risk profile of 49 Sucos along Dili-Ainaro linked road corridors project for implementation of Suco Community-Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) program.

The project was part of the larger program for Building Climate and Disaster Resilience in Communities along Dili-Ainaro and Linked Road Corridors covering Ainaro, Aileu, Ermera and Manufahi Districts. This project has three components of which the first component was to carry out hazard vulnerability and risk assessment of these districts focusing on Landslides, Flooding and Strong Wind Hazards. The second and third components were toward strengthening institutional capacity and for Delivering Community-Based Disaster Risk Management and develop Community-Based Disaster Risk Management and Adaptation Plans and Pilot Projects.

RMSI project team has developed Hazards models and detailed building level exposure data development. The team also carried out detailed vulnerability and risk assessment at Suco level in Ainaro, Aileu, Ermera and Manufahi Districts Focusing on Landslides, Flooding and Strong Wind Hazards. The analyses have been carried out by applying international best practices of probabilistic hazard assessment adapting them to local conditions. 4 gases in the atmosphere besides oxygen and nitrogen The team has carried out detailed analyses of social vulnerability, capacity building of local organizations, and shared all the data on SOPAC/SPC GeoNode for wider dissemination. In addition, detailed final reports were prepared and submitted.

Timor-Leste National Disaster Management Directorate (NDMD) and other key stakeholders were provided with trainings and capacity building activities under this project. As part of inclusive approach NDMD officials were involved and various activities of the project including field-survey investigations. e85 gasoline Detailed social-vulnerability analyses were carried out for all the Sucos. All the datasets under this study were developed in GIS and to handle that select key officials of stakeholders department were also given hand-on training in QGIS. The key stakeholders were provided with detailed building level exposure data in GIS for all the 49 Sucos and high-resolution Digital Terrain Model (DTM) for the study. Risk assessment results including risk matrix (PML, AAL, LEC plots) were provided at Suco (village) level. All the hazard, exposure, vulnerability and risk modeling for floods, strong winds, and landslides were carried out using Open Source state-of-art applications. Suco level hazard risk profiles (Risk Atlas) were developed that are being used for implementation of CBDRM at Suco level. All the databases developed under project and, technical reports were handed over to NDMD as well as on SOPAC/SPC GeoNode for wider dissemination.

Romania is severely exposed to a range of natural disasters, particularly the risk of earthquakes, floods, and landslides causing economic and human losses across the country. Very limited insurance cover against earthquake and flood is purchased. The Government of Romania, within the framework of the loan obtained from the World Bank entrusted the Ministry of Administration and Interior (MAI) with the responsibility of implementing an Integrated Disaster Risk Management Study. gas delivery This study aimed at quantifying the exposure and vulnerability of the housing stock to the risk of earthquakes, floods and landslides in order to assist in the implementation of the proposed Romanian Catastrophe Insurance Scheme (RCIS).

Region specific probabilistic loss estimation models were developed to compute earthquake, flood and landslide risks in Romania at the commune level resolution. The loss computation models enable users to compute peril-wise Average Annual Loss, Return period loss and insured losses for residential buildings in Romania based on the proposed Romanian Catastrophe Insurance Scheme (RCIS). The model was delivered to the client in the form of a simple and user-friendly application software along with residential exposure database and associated vulnerability functions. Furthermore, the client would be trained to use the software through on-site training sessions and seminars.

The study entitled “Development of Climate Information System for Enhanced Climate Resilience in Yemen” was undertaken under Yemen’s Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR) – Investment I: Climate Information System and PPCR Coordination. The World Bank supported this activity for Yemen to better understand current and potential future climate, particularly on finer spatial scales, understand how their populations may be vulnerable, and to tailor their adaptation responses and thus ascertain climate-resilient growth in the future.

Yemen does not have good spatial coverage of weather monitoring stations, resulting in an array of unknowns regarding baseline climate in the country and its neighborhood. The need for continuing, long-term data on weather and climate is related to prudent stewardship of resources and the protection of life and property. gas and water llc The assignment calls for formulating a framework towards development of a robust national climate information system which includes:

A detailed plan for modernization of the ICT facilities including Computer hardware with adequate storage and processing facilities at identified national organizations for real time collection, storage and processing of data from networks with telecom facilities linked to data loggers at sites, computer software for quality control, processing and analysis, updating communication equipment of all observing networks, strategies for strengthening the National Data Management System, including archiving and data rescue, and design of a geospatial display system through linkages including data exchange protocols between various national agencies based on comprehensive assessment of the existing facilities in the nodal agencies of Yemen was developed.

A National Framework / Memorandum of Understandings / Protocols for the development of Climate Information System was designed for the nodal agencies including (a) establishing a framework for Climate Services identifying the roles and responsibilities of all stakeholders providing / utilizing climate data and information, (b) establishing a national standard for climate data and information systems (quality control as per WMO GFCS), (c) establishing communication channels and cooperation mechanisms for data and knowledge exchange, (d) identifying training needs at individual / institutional levels for relevant stakeholders, (e) identifying business requirements for design and implementation of CIS and for related reports / information products, (f) identifying final products of the CIS, and (g) identifying mechanisms for cost recovery was developed.

The clients were provided with a master plan to integrate climate risk and resilience into core development planning, while complementing other ongoing development activities in Yemen, meteorological, hydro-meteorological and agro-meteorological networks, need to be installed/refurbished across a wide geographical area of the country. The proposed climate information system consisted of details on a large number of automatic monitoring stations, telecommunication systems, databases, and application software for the users, including some installations/refurbishments in remote locations in order to effectively address climate risks and vulnerabilities within the country. A detailed plan for long-term institutional capacity building and enhancement of effective service delivery systems to overcoming technical difficulties relating to methods, models, and credibility with user groups were also developed for Yemen Republic.

Government Departments within the Indian state of Rajasthan were using traditional paper maps and historical field survey data for their administrative functions such as town planning, traffic management, power, drainage, forestry, mining, and natural resources. The individual databases resulted in duplication of efforts, considerable waste of time and resources and use of different data for their respective functions. To overcome the above issues and achieve operational excellence, the client wanted to implement an Urban Information System with a centralized geodatabase for six principal towns in the state -Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Kota, and Ajmer.

The team designed and created a systematic multi-layered and multi-scale geospatial database to act as a centralized information hub, and store both spatial and non spatial components. The project also involved hierarchical mapping of cities at 1:10k, 1:2K and 1:1K scales and undertaking ground surveys to detect and map underground assets such as sewer and water supply networks.