Geospatial Function in Tsunami Disaster Mitigation

  • Olivia Oktorie DoctoralProgram. Posgraduate. Environmental Science,UniversitasNegeri Padang
Keywords: Geospatial, Tsunami, Disaster


Geospatial data is generated from a combination of Mapping Science, Remote Sensing and Geography Information System (GIS). Scientifically, GIS is the key in strengthening the geospatial function in determining a location, pathways, and zones of an area, both for preparing disaster mitigation maps, disaster prone zones, and community evacuation locations. GIS has the ability to connect various data at a certain point on the earth, combine them, analyze and finally map the results.

How to Cite
Oktorie, O. (2020). Geospatial Function in Tsunami Disaster Mitigation. Science and Environmental Journal for Postgraduate, 2(2), 41-50.

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