Himanshu  govil

Department Applied Geology
Designation Assistant Professor
Educational Qualification Ph.D. PGDG (ITC Netherlands & IIRS Dehradun)
E-Mail hgovil.geo@nitrr.ac.in / drhgovil@gmail.com
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Areas of Interest
Publications

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL GUEST EDITOR:

  1. Dr. H. Govil & Dr. S. Kumar (Guest Editors) - Advances in Space Research Journal (Elsevier) - Advances in Spaceborne SAR Remote Sensing for Characterization of Natural and Manmade Features – 2020-21 (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/advances-in-space-research/news/spaceborne-sar-remote-sensing )
  2. Dr. H. Govil, Dr. P. K. Champti Ray and Dr. S. Kumar - Geospatial Information Scince journal (Taylor and Francis) - Advancement in Geospatial Science in Earth Science - 2020-21, (https://think.taylorandfrancis.com/special_issues/advancement-geospatial-science-earth-science/?utm_source=TFO&utm_medium=cms&utm_campaign=JPG15743)

BOOK PUBLISHED:

  1. Hyperspectral remote sensing application for mineral exploration in Kumaon Himalaya, India, ISBN: 978-3-659-63145-0, Publisher: Lambert Academic Publisher, Germany on 21-05-2015

BOOK CHAPTER PUBLISHED:

  1. Mahesh Kumar Tripathi, H. Govil, P. K. Champati Ray, Monika (2018), Assessment and Verification of Rainfall threshold through Antecedent Soil-moisture model in Lambagarh, Pipalkoti, Tangni and Chamolilandslides of Garhwal Himalaya in GIS & Remote Sensing Environment, ISBN-978-93-86238-41-2, Page No. 515-522.
  2. Himanshu Govil, Subhanil Guha, Prabhat Diwan, Neetu Gill and Anindita Dey (2020). Evaluation of ASTER TIR data based lithological indices in parts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh State, India., Book Name - Data Management, Analytics and Innovation, ISBN- 9789813299481, Page No. 161-169, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-32-9949-8_12
  3. Himanshu Govil, Subhanil Guha, Prabhat Diwan, Neetu Gill and Anindita Dey (2020). Analysing linear relationships of LST with NDVI and MNDISI using various resolution levels of Landsat 8 OLI and TIRS data, Book Name - Data Management, Analytics and Innovation, ISBN- 9789813299481, Page No. 171-184, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-32-9949-8_13
  4. Govil, H, Tripathi, M. K., P. Diwan, Monika, (2020), Comparative evaluation of AVIRIS-NG and Hyperion hyperspectral image for mineral identification, Book Name - Data Management, Analytics and Innovation, ISBN- 9789811393648, Page No. 217-230, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-13-9364-8_7
  5. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Anindita Dey and Neetu Gill (2020). Analysing the Capability of NCI Technique in Change Detection Using High- and Medium-Resolution Multispectral Data. Book name “Geoecology of Landscape Dynamics” ISBN: 9789811520976, Page no. 133-147, https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-15-2097-6_10

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:

  1. Sankaran Rajendran, Fadhil N. Sadooni, Hamad Al-Saad Al-Kuwari, Anisimov Oleg, Himanshu Govil, Sobhi Nasir & Ponnumony Vethamony (2021): Monitoring oil spill in Norilsk, Russia using satellite data. Sci Rep 11, 3817 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-021-83260-7 (Impact factor 3.9)
  2. Sankaran Rajendrana, Ponnumony Vethamony, Fadhil N. Sadooni, Hamad Al-Saad Al-4 Kuwari, Jassim A. Al-Khayat, Vashist O. Seegobin, Himanshu Govil, Sobhi Nasir (2021): Detection  of  Wakashio  oil  spill  off  Mauritius  using  Sentinel-1  and  2  data: 1 capability of sensors, image transformation methods and mapping, Environmental Pollution, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2021.116618, (Impact factor 6.7)
  3. Subhanil Guha & Himanshu Govil (2021): Estimating the seasonal relationship between land surface temperature and normalized difference bareness index using Landsat data series, International Journal of Engineering and Geosciences (e-ISSN 2548-0960), Accepted
  4. Subhanil Guha & Himanshu Govil (2021) Annual assessment on the relationship between land surface temperature and six remote sensing indices using Landsat data from 1988 to 2019, Geocarto International, DOI: 10.1080/10106049.2021.1886339, (Impact factor 3.7)
  5. Subhanil Guha & Himanshu Govil (2021): Relationship between land surface temperature and normalized difference water index on
    various land surfaces: A seasonal analysis, International Journal of Engineering and Geosciences (e-ISSN 2548-0960), https://doi.org/10.26833/ijeg.821730
  6. Himanshu Govil, Gaurav Mishra, Neetu Gill, Ajay Taloor, P. Diwan, (2021): Mapping Hydrothermally Altered Minerals and Gossans using Hyperspectral data in Eastern Kumaon Himalaya, India, Applied Computing and Geosciences, Volume 9, 2021, 100054, ISSN 2590-1974, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acags.2021.100054.
  7. Kumar, S.; Govil, H.; Srivastava, P.K.; Thakur, P.K.; Kushwaha, S.P.S. Spaceborne Multifrequency PolInSAR-Based Inversion Modelling for Forest Height Retrieval. Remote Sens. 2020, 12, 4042. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12244042, (Impact factor 4.5)
  8. Babu, A., Kumar, S. & Govil, H. (2020), Investigation on the Effects of Polarization Orientation Angle Shift in the UAVSAR Polarimetric Decomposition. J Indian Soc Remote Sensing, (ISSN 0974-3006), https://doi.org/10.1007/s12524-020-01234-0 (Impact factor 0.997)
  9. Subhanil Guha & Himanshu Govil (2020): Land surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index relationship: a seasonal study on a tropical city, DOI: 10.1007/s42452-020-03458-8, SN Applied Sciences
  10. Subhanil Guha & Himanshu Govil (2020): Seasonal impact on the relationship between land surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index in an urban landscape, Geocarto International, (ISSN 1010-6049), DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/10106049.2020.1815867m (Impact factor 3.78)
  11. Monika, Himanshu Govil, Pralay Bhaumik (2020), A review on surface deformation evaluation using multitemporal SAR interferometry techniques, Spatial Information Research, DOI - 10.1007/s41324-020-00344-8 (ISSN 2366-3286), (Springer)
  12. Ram Moorat Singh, Himanshu Govil, Arjun Pratap Shahi, Rakesh Bhambri (2020), Characterizing the Glacier Surge Dynamics in Yarkand basin, Karakoram using Remote Sensing, Quaternary International, DOI - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.06.042, (ISSN: 1752-0762), (Impact Factor – 2.003)
  13. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Anindita Dey & Neetu Gill (2020): A long-term seasonal analysis on the relationship between LST and NDBI using Landsat data, Quaternary International, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2020.06.041
    (ISSN: 1752-0762) (Impact Factor – 2.003)
  14. Khan, A., Govil, Himanshu., (2020): Evaluation of potential sites for soil erosion risk in and around Yamuna River flood plain using RUSLE, Arabian Journal of Geosciences, DOI: 10.1007/s12517-020-05646-7, (ISSN - 1866-7538), (Impact Factor – 1.32)
  15. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, and Monika (2020), An investigation on seasonal variability between LST and NDWI in an urban environment using Landsat satellite data, Geomatics, Natural Hazards and Risk (TGNH), (ISSN 1687-9317), 2020, VOL. 11, NO. 01, 1319–1345, DOI: 10.1080/19475705.2020.1789762 (Impact Factor – 3.33)
  16. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, and Prabhat Diwan (2020), Monitoring LST-NDVI Relationship Using Premonsoon Landsat Datasets, Advances in Meteorology, (ISSN 1947-5713), vol. 2020, https://doi.org/10.1155/2020/4539684 (Impact Factor - 1.49)
  17. Armugha Khan, Himanshu Govil, Ajay Kumar Taloor, Gaurav Kumar, (2020):  Identification of artificial groundwater recharge sites in parts of Yamuna river basin India based on remote sensing and geographical information system, Groundwater for Sustainable Development, 2020, 100415, (ISSN 2352-801X), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gsd.2020.100415
  18. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Anindita Dey & Neetu Gill (2020): A case study on the relationship between land surface temperature and land surface indices in Raipur City, India, Danish Journal of Geography, (ISSN - 0016-7223), https://doi.org/10.1080/00167223.2020.1752272, (Impact factor 1.57)
  19. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Neetu Gill & Anindita Dey (2020): Analytical study on the relationship between land surface temperature and land use/land cover indices, Annals of GIS, (ISSN-1947-5691),  DOI: 10.1080/19475683.2020.1754291
  20. Mahesh Kumar Tripathi & H. Govil (2020): Regolith mapping and geochemistry of hydrothermally altered, weathered and clay minerals, Western Jahajpur belt, Bhilwara, India, Geocarto International, (ISSN 1010-6049), DOI: 10.1080/10106049.2020.1745302, (Impact factor 3.78)
  21. Rakesh Bhambri, C. Scott Watson, Kenneth Hewitt, Umesh K. Haritashya, Jeffrey S. argel, Arjun Pratap Shahi, Pritam Chand, Amit Kumar, Akshaya Verma & Himanshu Govil. The hazardous 2017–2019 surge and river damming by Shispare Glacier, Karakoram. Nature Scintific  Report, (ISSN- 2045-2322), 10, 4685 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-61277-8 (Impact factor 4.52)
  22. Armugha Khan, Himanshu Govil, Gaurav Kumar & Rucha Dave, Synergistic use of Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 for improved LULC mapping with special reference to bad land class: a case study for Yamuna River floodplain, India. Spatial Information Research. (ISSN 2366-3286), (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41324-020-00325-x
  23. Mahesh Kumar Tripathi, H. Govil, S.L. Chattoraj, Identification of hydrothermal altered/weathered and clay minerals through airborne AVIRIS-NG hyperspectral data in Jahajpur, India, Heliyon, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2020, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2020.e03487.
  24. Guha, S., Govil, H. An assessment on the relationship between land surface temperature and normalized difference vegetation index, Environment, Development and Sustainability, (ISSN 1387-585X) (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-020-00657-6 (Impact factor 2.19)
  25. Mahesh Kumar Tripathi, H. Govil (2019), Evaluation of AVIRIS-NG hyperspectral images for mineral identification and mapping, Heliyon, Volume 5, Issue 11, 2019, e02931, (ISSN 2405-8440), https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e02931.
  26. Subhanil Guha and Himanshu Govil (2019): Evaluation of ASTER TIR data-based lithological indices in Malanjkhand Copper Mines of Madhya Pradesh, India, Applied Earth Science (ISSN – 2572-6846), https://doi.org/10.1080/25726838.2019.1684018 (Taylor & Francis)
  27. Shashi Kumar, Rahul D Garg, Himanshu Govil and S. P. S. Kushwaha (2019): "PolSAR Decomposition Based Extended Water Cloud Modeling for Forest Aboveground Biomass Estimation". Remote Sensing (ISSN – 2072-4292), 2019, 11(19), 2287; https://doi.org/10.3390/rs11192287 (Impact factor 3.82)
  28. Himanshu Govil, Subhanil Guha, Anindita Dey, Neetu Gill (2019). Seasonal evaluation of downscaled land surface temperature: A case study in a humid tropical city. Heliyon (ISSN – 2405-8440) 4 (2019) e01923. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.heliyon.2019.e01923 (Elsevier)
  29. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Prabhat Diwan (2019), "Analytical study of seasonal variability in land surface temperature with normalized difference vegetation index, normalized difference water index, normalized difference built-up index, and normalized multiband drought index," J. Appl. Remote Sensing (ISSN – 1931-3195), 13(2), 024518 (2019), doi: 10.1117/1.JRS.13.024518, (Impact factor: 1.36)
  30. Subhanil Guha , Himanshu Govil , Anindita Dey and Neetu Gill, 2018, Analytical study of land surface temperature with NDVI and NDBI using Landsat 8 OLI and TIRS data in Florence and Naples city, Italy, European Journal Of Remote Sensing (ISSN – 2279-7254), Volume 51, 2018, Pages 667-678, https://doi.org/10.1080/22797254.2018.1474494 (Impact factor: 2.8)
  31. Liaqat A.K. Rao,  Armugha Khan, Yunus Ali  Himanshu Govil (2018), Characterization of channel planform features and sinuosity indices in parts of Yamuna River flood plain using remote sensing and GIS techniques, Arabian Journal of Geosciences (ISSN - 1866-7538), 11:525, 2018, (Impact factor: 1.32) https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-018-3876-9
  32. H. Govil, N. Gill, S. Rajendran, M. Santosh, S. Kumar (2018):  Identification of new base metal mineralization in Kumaon Himalaya, India, using hyperspectral remote sensing and hydrothermal alteration, Ore Geology Reviews (ISSN - 0169-1368), Volume 92, 2018, Pages 271-283, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oregeorev.2017.11.023. (Impact factor: 3.86)
  33. S. Kumar, S. K. Joshi and H. Govil, (2017): "Spaceborne PolSAR Tomography for Forest Height Retrieval," in IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing (ISSN – 1939-1404), vol. 10, no. 12, pp. 5175-5185, Dec. 2017.
    doi: 10.1109/JSTARS.2017.2741723. (Impact factor: 3.82)
  34. Subhanil Guha, Himanshu Govil, Sandip Mukherjee, (2017): "Dynamic analysis and ecological evaluation of urban heat islands in Raipur city, India," J. Appl. Remote Sensing (ISSN – 1931-3195), 11(3), 036020-1 to 036020-23 (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.JRS.11.036020, (Impact factor: 1.36)
  35. Liaqat A.K. Rao,  Armugha Khan,  Himanshu Govil (2017) Morphometric Characterization of Yamuna River  basin around Agra, Firozabad and Etawah  Districts, Uttar Pradesh, using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques, International Advanced Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 4, Issue 5, DOI 10.17148/IARJSET.2017.4544
  36. Govil. H. (2015): Spectral Reflectance of the Hydrothermally Altered Minerals in the Visible and Near Infrared Portion (4000-2500nm): A Case Study in and around Askot Basemetal Mineralization of Kumaon Himalaya, India, International Journal of Advancement in Earth and Environmental Sciences, Volume 3, No.1, 1-7,
  37. Govil. H (2015): Identification and Mapping of Hydrothermally Altered Minerals in and around Askot Basemetal Mineralization of Kumoan Himalaya, India using EO-1 Hyperion Data, International Journal of Advancement in Remote sensing, GIS and Geography, Volume 3, No.1, 1-8
  38. Farooq. S and Govil. H (2013): Mapping regolith and gossan for mineral exploration in the Eastern Kumaon Himalaya, India using Hyperion data and Object oriented Image Classification, Advances in Space Research (ISSN - 0273-1177), Volume 53, Issue 12, 1676–1685 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.asr.2013.04.002, (Impact factor: 2.17), 
  39. G. Areendran, K. Raj, S. Mazumdar, M. Munsi, H. Govil & P.K. Sen: (2011): Geospatial modeling to assess elephant habitat suitability and corridors in northern Chhattisgarh, India, Tropical Ecology (ISSN- 0564-3295) 52(3): 275-283, 2011, (Impact Factor – 0.887)

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES PUBLICATIONS:

  1. M. K. Tripathi, H. Govil (2019): “Evaluation of analogical analysis techniques in interpretation of lineaments and litho-boundaries using Landsat 7 ETM+ imagery of western Jahajpur belt, Bhilwara, Rajasthan, India” , 4th IEEE International Conference on Information Systems and Computer Networks ISCON 2019, November, 21st-22nd 2019, GLA University
    Mathura – 281406 (UP), India, DOI- 10.1109/ISCON47742.2019.9036196
  2. M. K. Tripathi, H. Govil, P. Diwan (2019): “Petrography, XRD analysis and identification of Talc minerals near Chhabadiya village of Jahajpur region, Bhilwara, India through Hyperion hyperspectral remote sensing data”  ICCT'19: Second International conference on intelligent communication and computational techniques Manipal University Jaipur, Jaipur, India, September 28-29, 2019. DOI- 10.1109/ICCT46177.2019.8969008
  3. M. K. Tripathi, H. Govil, P. Diwan (2019):   “ Comparative evaluation threshold parameters of Spectral Angle Mapper (SAM) for mapping of Chhabadiya Talc minerals, Jahajpur, Bhilwara, India using Hyperion hyperspectral remote sensing data” ICCT'19: Second International conference on intelligent communication and computational techniques Manipal University Jaipur ,Jaipur, India, September 28-29, 2019. DOI-  10.1109/ICCT46177.2019.8969015
  4. M. K. Tripathi, H. Govil, P. Diwan (2019):  “Lithological mapping using digital image processing techniques on Landsat 8 OLI remote sensing data in Jahajpur, Bhilwara, Rajasthan”, ICCT'19: Second International conference on intelligent communication and computational techniques” Manipal University Jaipur, India, September 28-29, 2019. DOI-  10.1109/ICCT46177.2019.8969043
  5. Govil, H, M. Besoya, P. Diwan, M. K. Tripathi, S.. Guha, Deformation monitoring using D-Insar Technique in Coal field of Korba, Chhattisgarh, India, 16th International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology or ECTI-CON 2019, 10 -13 July 2019, Thailand, DOI- 10.1109/ECTI-CON47248.2019.8955390
  6. Monika, Govil, H., Meisina, C., Diwan, P., Tripathi, M. K., Guha, S., and Gill, N.: Deformation Monitoring In And Around The National Capital Region Of India Using Dinsar Technique, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 433-438, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-433-2018, 2018
  7. Monika, Govil, H., Chatterjee, R. S., Malik, K., Diwan, P., Tripathi, M. K., and Guha, S.: Identification And Measurement Of Deformation Using Sentinel Data And Psinsar Technique In Coalmines Of Korba, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 427-431, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-427-2018, 2018
  8. Guha, S., Govil, H., Tripathi, M., and Besoya, M.: Identification Of Rocks And Their Quartz Content In Amarkantak, India Using Aster Tir Data, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 255-259, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-255-2018, 2018.
  9. Guha, S., Govil, H., Tripathi, M., and Besoya, M.: Evaluating Crosta Technique For Alteration Mineral Mapping In Malanjkhand Copper Mines, India, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 251-254, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-251-2018, 2018.
  10. Tripathi, M. K., Govil, H., Champati ray, P. K., and Das, I. C.: Landslide Hazard Zonation Mapping Of Chamoli Landslides In Remote Sensing And Gis Environment, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 475-480, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-475-2018, 2018
  11. Govil, H., Tripathi, M. K., Diwan, P., Guha, S., and Monika (2018): Identification Of Iron Oxides Minerals In Western Jahajpur Region, India Using Aviris-Ng Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-5, 233-237, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-233-2018, 2018.
  12. Mondal, A.; Guha, S.; Lakshmi, V.; Kundu, S.; Garg, R. D.; Govil, H (2017), Evaluating the NCI Technique in Land use/Land cover Change Detection using Landsat data [Final paper number, ex: GC43C-1073] presented at 2017 Fall Meeting, AGU, New Orleans, LA, 11-15 Dec. (Abs)
  13. Mahesh Tripathi, Himanshu Govil, P. K. Champatiray, Monika, Assessment and verification of rainfall threshold through antecedent soil-moisture model in lambagarh and piplkoti landslides area of chamoli district of garhwal himalaya in gis & remote sensing environment, The 38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, 23 to 27th Oct. 2017, New Delhi (Abs)
  14. Mahesh Tripathi, Himanshu Govil, Monika, comparative evaluation of disort, scaled-disort, and isaacs in flaash and quac based atmospheric corrections on AVIRIS-NG hyperspectral data, The 38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, 23 to 27th Oct. 2017, New Delhi (Abs)
  15. H. Govil, N. Gill, S. Rajendran, Identification of talc and Chlorite minerals in the Askot crystalline of Kumaon Himalaya using Hyperion Hyperspectral data, The 38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, 23 to 27th Oct. 2017, New Delhi, India, https://a-a-r-s.org/proceeding/ACRS2017/ID_5_749/286.pdf
  16. Ram Kumar Singh, Himanshu Govil, Shweta (2016) Comparison of Signal to Noise Ratio and its Features Variation, 10th SPIE Asia Pacific Remote Sensing, April 4-7, New Delhi, India, http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2223773
  17. H. Govil (2016) Identification and Mapping of Hydrothermally Altered Minerals in Parts of Delhi Fold Belt, Jaipur, India, through EO-1Hyperion data, 10th SPIE Asia Pacific Remote Sensing, April 4-7, New Delhi, India, http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.2220280
  18. H. Govil (2015) Prospecting for hydrothermal mineral deposits in the Himalaya using short-wave infrared spectroscopy, 7th Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing: Evolution in Remote Sensing (WHISPERS), 2-5th June 2015, Tokyo, Japan,  10.1109/WHISPERS.2015.8075363
  19. Govil. H and Farooq. S (2012): “Identification of a major faulted zone north of Jaipur City, India through EO-1 Hyperion data using hydrothermal alteration minerals”  2012 HyspIRI Science Workshop, 16 - 18 October 2012, JPL, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Washington, DC (abs) (http://hyspiri.jpl.nasa.gov/Workshop/2012-hyspiri-workshop/2012-workshop-agenda)
  20. Govil. H, Kumar. M and Farooq. S (2012): Comparative evaluation of fuzzy based object-oriented image classification method with parametric and non-parametric classifiers, 14th Annual International Conference and Exhibition on Geospatial Information Technology and Applications, Epicentre Gurgaon (P. 1-15) (http://indiageospatialforum.org/2012/proceedings/ppt/Himanshu.pdf)
  21. H. Govil: Object based Classification of High-Resolution satellite data by use of spatial and spectral properties (2010) - Map India 2010, New Delhi, India (abs), P-47
  22. G.Areendran, A. Sharma, M. Munsi, K. Raj, S. Mazumdar, H. Govil, D. Ghose, S. Worah, A. Sarmah, H. Baishya, P.J. Bora: (2010): A baseline survey of Protected Area Network in North Bank Landscape (NBL) with reference to Land Use/ Land Cover Change (LULCC) using Remote Sensing- Map India 2010, New Delhi, India

NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS:

  1. S. Farooq and H. Govil: (2008): Geomorphometric Analysis of Surface Landform features of the Goriganga Watershed, Kumaon Himalaya: Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Management of Natural Resources, Sustainability and Uses – Garhwal University, P-91-93, India (abs)
  2. G.Areendran, P.Gautam, S.Sharma, S.Rajgopal, K.Raj, S.Mazumdar and H. Govil: (2009): Invasion of Prosopis juliflora in Keoladeo National Park, Bharatpur: A case study using Remote sensing and GIS: In the National symposium on Prosopis: Ecological, Economic significance and Management challenges” held at Bhuj, Gujarat, India, P-1-4
  3. S. Agarwal, K. Puri, G. Areendran, K. Raj, H. Govil, S. Mazumdar and M. Munsi (2010)  Forest change analysis of Jim Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand: A remote sensing and GIS approach - 11th National ESRI conference, New Delhi, India, P-1-7
  4. S. Farooq and H. Govil (2011): Identification and delineation of potential hydrothermal mineralization zones around Jaipur using hyperspectral remote sensing data. National Conference on Population, Resource and Environment,  Aligarh Muslim University Aligarh India (abs), P-76-77
  5. P. Batala, G.Areendran, K. Raj, S. Mazumdar, H. Govil and K. Puri: (2011): Forest covers change assessment of West Kameng Dsitrict (Arunachal Pradesh): A remote sensing approach (1990-2007). National Conference on Population, Resource and Environment,  Aligarh Muslim University,  Aligarh India (abs), p-118
  6. S. Farooq & H. Govil (2011): Mapping Hydrothermal Alteration and Gossanized outcrops using Hyperspectral data in Eastern Kumaon Himalaya: Geosummit 2011, Sathayabama University
  7. S. Farooq & H. Govil (2011): Identification of a major dislocation zone north of jaipur city through hyperspectral data processing: Implications for local communities: ISRS 2011, Bhopal (abs), P-208-209
  8. P. Batala, G.Areendran, K. Raj, S. Mazumdar, H. Govil (2011): Monitoring of forest cover change of west Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh using temporal remote sensing data, ISRS 2011, Bhopal (abs), P-164-165
  9. S. Farooq & H. Govil (2013): Identification of Hydrothermal Mineral Assemblages in Eastern Kumaon Himalaya using High Resolution Short-wave Infrared Spectrometry, National Seminar of Emerging Issues and Challenges in Petrology and Environment Geology, 05-07 March, 2013, Aligarh, India (abs), P-89-90
  10. M. K. Tripathi, H. Govil, P. Diwan, Monika (2017): Impact of stagnant water, pond of dirty water and pit latrine on ground water quality in public places like schools of block Khalilabad district Sant Kabor Nagar, U.P., 2nd National Geo-Research Scholar meet, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, 17th to 20th May 2017, p.35
  11. H. Govil, & Monika, (2017), “Subsidence monitoring of Coal mines of Korba using Microwave Remote Sensing, National Seminar on Recent Trends in Mining Technology and Geosciences, NIT Raipur, 5th Aug. 2017 (Abs)

 

Other Info.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES:

  1. Life Member, Indian Society of Remote Sensing, India
  2. Life Member, International Geospatial Society, USA
  3. IEEE Member
  4. Alumni: International Institute of Geo-information science and earth observation (ITC Netherlands) and Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (ISRO)

WORKSHOPS ORGANIZED:

  1. GIAN Sponsored course on “Advanced Hyperspectral Remote Sensing  Techniques for Mineral Exploration” from 01-07-2016 to 08-07-2016 in NIT Raipur (Grant amount allocated - $8000 from MHRD)
  2. Short term Training Programme on “Microwave Remote Sensing and its Application” from 24-01-2017 to 27-01-2017 in NIT Raipur (Grant amount allocated Rs. 1,80,000 from TEQIP -II)

COURSE COORDINATOR:

  1. 18th Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) Outreach Programme on “Basics of Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System & Global Navigation Satellite System” from August 22 – November 22, 2016 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  2. 20th Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) Outreach Programme on “Microwave Radar Remote Sensing and its Applications” from 10. 04.2017 to 28.04.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  3. 22nd Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) Outreach Programme on “UAV Remote Sensing and Its Applications” from 03.07.2017 - 07.07.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  4. 23rd  IIRS Outreach Programme on “ Basics of Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System and Global Navigation Satellite System” 21.08.2017 to 01.12.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  5. 24th IIRS Outreach Programme on “ Remote sensing and Digital image processing” 21.08.2017 to 15.09.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  6. 25th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Hyper spectral remote sensing and its application” 18.09.2017 to 21.09.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  7. 26th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Global Navigation Satellite System & Geographical Information System” 25.09.2017 to 10.11.2017 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  8. 29th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Its Applications” 19.02.2018 to 13.03.2018 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  9. 31st IIRS Outreach Programme on “RS & GIS application in Water Resources” 16.04.2018 to 27.04.2018 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  10. 33rd IIRS Outreach Programme on “Advance Image Analysis” 04.06.2018 to 18.06.2018 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  11. 36th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Basics of Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System and Global Navigation Satellite System” 20.08.2018 to 16.11.2018 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  12. 42nd IIRS Outreach Programme on “Principles of Polarimetric SAR Remote Sensing and its Processing” 18.02.2019 to 01.03.2019 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  13. 48th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Digital Photogrammmetry based 3D modelling” 29.07.2019 to 02.08.2019 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  14. 50th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Basics of Remote Sensing, Geographical Information System and Global Navigation Satellite System” 19.08.2019 to 15.11.2019 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  15. 56th IIRS Outreach Programme on “RS and GIS in Urban and Regional Planning” 09.12.2019 to 20.12.2019 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  16. 9011th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Basic Principles of Remote Sensing Technology”, 13.05.2020 to 25.05.2020 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  17. 9012th IIRS Outreach Programme on “Basic of SAR Remote Sensing”, 26.05.2020 to 30.05.2020 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur
  18. 61st IIRS Outreach Programme on “Satellite Photogrammetry and its Application” 29.06.2020 to 03.07.2020 in the Department of Applied Geology, NIT Raipur

INVITED LECTURES DELIVERED IN OTHER INSTITUTIONS:

  1. Familiarization with Digital Image Processing Software, 08-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  2. Image Rectification and Registration, 09-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  3. Image Enhancement Techniques, 13-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  4. Classification Techniques, 13-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  5. Global Position System, 15-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  6. Visual Interpretation and Ground Truth Collection, 16-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  7. Spatial Data Handling, 19-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  8. Non- spatial Data Handling, 21-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  9. Spatial Data Analysis, 22-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  10. Analysis of Results, 23-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  11. Overlay Analysis, 26-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  12. Neighborhood and Connectivity Operations, 27-05-2008, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  13. Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and its application in Mineral Exploration, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Indian Space Research organization
  14. Digital Image Processing, 14.10.2017, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh
  15. Drone mapping and its Application, 28.04.2019, Geological Survey of India, Raipur
  16. Introduction to Drone Mapping and Its Demonstration, 06.11.2019, NIRDPR, Raipur

EXAMINER:

  1. Programming Skills Development of Geo-Processing (Theory), 20-03-2017, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  2. Programming Skills Development of Geo-Processing (Theory), 22-03-2017, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  3. Programming Skills Development of Geo-Processing (Practical), 23-03-2017, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  4. Programming Skills Development of Geo-Processing (Practical), 24-03-2017, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  5. Remote Sensing II (Practical), 21-12-2017, CSSTEAP, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  6. Image Processing II (Practical), 21-12-2017, CSSTEAP, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  7. Image Interpretation and Analysis, 22-10-2018, CSSTEAP, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India
  8. Image processing -II, 02-01-2020, CSSTEAP, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization), Dehradun, India

CHAIR/CO-CHAIR IN THE CONFERENCES:

1.   National conference on Big Geosptial Data: Analytics, Modelling & Application; 25 & 26 September, 2019, Ludhiana, Punjab, India

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ORGANIZED:

  1. International Conference on Remote Sensing and GIS for Applications in Geosciences, 12-AUG-2017, Department of Applied Geology, Aligarh Muslim University (Co-Convener)

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES/SEMINARS ATTENDED:

  1. Geospatial World Forum 2011, Dimensions and Directions of Geospatial Industry, 18 – 21st  January 2011, Hyderabad, India
  2. Map India 2010: 13th  Annual International Conference and Exhibition on Geospatial Information Technology and Applications, 19-21st January, 2010, Gurgaon, India
  3. Indian Geospatial Forum: 14th Annual International Conference and Exhibition on Geospatial Information Technology and Applications – 7-9th February 2012,  Epicentre Gurgaon, India
  4. International Conference on Population, Dynamics and Sustainable Development  – 25 – 27th  March 2012, AMU Aligarh
  5. 2012 HyspIRI Science Workshop, 16 - 18 October 2012, JPL, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Washington, DC
  6. Young Researchers’ South Asian Symposium on Sustainable Development – Teri University – 5 – 7th February 2015
  7. 10th  SPIE Asia Pacific Remote Sensing, 4-7 April 2016, New Delhi, India
  8. The 38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, 23 to 27th Oct. 2017, New Delhi
  9. 3rd International Conference on Data Management, Analytics & Innovation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 18 - 20 January, 2019
  10. International Conference on Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology or ECTI-CON 2019, 10 -13 July 2019, Thailand

NATIONAL CONFERENCES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS ATTENDED:

  1. Second Annual ESRI Asia-Pacific User Conference, 18 – 19th January 2007
  2. Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Management of Natural Resources, Sustainability and Uses – Garhwal University – September 2008
  3. 10th Esri India User Conference, 28-29th April 2009, Noida, India
  4. ERDAS User Conference, 18th January 2010, Gurgaon, India
  5. Application of GIS for Resource Mapping and Planning 27- 28th November, 2010, Bareilly, India
  6. Importance of Geology in Hydropower and Infrastructure and Development – 26th February 2011, D.S College Aligarh, India
  7. National Conference on Population, Resource and Environment – 1-2nd March 2011, AMU Aligarh, India
  8. Geosummit 2011, Annual Convention on Geo-spatial Technologies and Applications  27 – 29th July 2011,   Sathayabama University, Chennai, India
  9. National Seminar of Emerging Issues and Challenges in Petrology and Environment Geology, 05-07 March, 2013, Aligarh, India
  10. National Workshop on Funding Opportunities for Research projects, 11th October, 2014, Jaipur Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India
  11. AVIRIS-NG AO project proposal evaluation workshop, Space Application Centre (ISRO), Ahmedabad, 7-8th Oct. 2016.
  12. National Workshop on “ Managing Innovation Eco-Systems, Reverse innovation and Start-up Enterprises, 24th Nov. 2016
  13. NISAR Science workshop and L&S Airborne SAR Proposal Evaluation meeting, Space Application Centre (ISRO), Ahmedabad, 15-19th Nov. 2016
  14. Training programme on “Soil Moisture and Agricultural monitoring using Microwave Remote Sensing”, organized by SAC Ahmedabad and IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 7th -9th February 2018.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING/COURSE ATTENDED:

  1. ER Mapper Training - Aligarh Muslim University – 12-16 June 2007
  2. “Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Spectral Signature Applications” – Annamalai University –16-25 December  2009
  3. “Hyperspectra – 2011” Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay –11-18 November 2011
  4. “Research Methodology and Recent Advances in Research in Geology” - Aligarh Muslim University – 12-14 December 2011
  5. Erdas Imagine, Department of Geology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 20-21 December 2011
  6. Introduction of ARCGIS Desktop, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 07-09 May 2012
  7. Introduction of ENVI 4.8, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 10-11 May 2012
  8. “Geoweb services – Technology and Applications”, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) from 11-02-2013 to 15-03-2013
  9. “Microwave (SAR) Remote Sensing for Natural Resources”, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) from 03-02-2014 to 29-03-2014
  10. Hyperspectral Remote Sensing With AVIRIS-NG data over India, Space Application centre (Indian Space Research Organization) from 04-01-2017 to 06-01-2017
  11. “UAV Remote Sensing and its Application”, Centre for Space Science and Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP), Dehradun, INDIA, 12 – 23 June 2017.
  12. “SAR data processing and its application” Working ZGroup on capacity Buliding and Democracy (WGCapD) Committee on Earth Satellites (CEOS) from 17th April to 05th June 2017
  13. “Microwave Remote Sensing Application in Geosciences with Emphasis on Surface Deformation Studies” Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, India, April 22 to 26th 2019
  14. “InSAR: Theory, Processing and Application" MNNIT Allahabad, from August 12-16, 2019

ACHIEVEMENTS:

  1. Second Prize for Poster presented at Asia Pacific ESRI regional meet, held in New Delhi, 2007
  2. Best Second poster award on GIS day Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Dehradun, 2008
  3. Second best poster presentation at 10th National ESRI user meet held at Delhi in 2008 and 2009
  4. First, best poster presentation at 11th National ESRI user meet held at Delhi in 2010

REVIEWER:

1.      Remote sensing of Environment (Elsevier)

2.      ISPRS journal of Photogrammetry and Remote sensing (Elsevier)

3.      Ore Geology review (Elsevier)

4.      International Journal of Remote sensing (Elsevier)

5.      IEEE J-STARS

6.      Geocarto International (Elsevier)

7.      Earth and Space Science (Wiley)

8.      Natural Resources Research (Springer)

9.      Journal of Geochemical Exploration (Elsevier)

10.  Quaternary International (Elsevier)

11.  International Journal of Digital Earth (Taylor and Francis)

12.  Advances in Space Research (Elsevier)

13.  Journal of Earth System Sciences (Springer)

14.  Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, India (Springer)

15.  Current Science, India

16.  Earth System Informatics (Springer)

17.  Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment (Elsevier)

18.  Earth Science Informatics (Springer)

19.  Arabian journal of Geosciences (Springer)

20.  Journal of Geological Society of India (Springer)

21.  Heliyon (Elsevier)

22.  Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography (Wiley)

PH.D. COMPLETED/ONGOING:  Completed (1). Ongoing (5)

PROJECT SANCTIONED:

  1. Identification, mapping and spectral library generation for Hydrothermally altered, weathered and clay minerals, Funded by: Space application center, Indian Space Research Organization
  2. Utilization of dual frequency polarimetric SAR data for scattering based sub-surface geological and linear feature characterization, Funded by: Space application center, Indian Space Research Organization
  3. Lithological/Mineralogical Mapping of Different Minerals Through Different Indices/Rationing Techniques Using Remote Sensing Data, Funded by: National Institute of Technology, Raipur

CONSULTANCY SANTIONED:

1.      Evaluation of the Hyperspectral Sensor, Funded by: DRDO 

Scientific Network Link:

1.    Google Scholar

2.    ResearchGate

3.    Publons

4.    Orcid


1.      ER Mapper Training - Aligarh Muslim University – 12-16 June 2007

2.      “Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Spectral Signature Applications” – Annamalai University –16-25 December  2009

3.      “Hyperspectra – 2011” Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay –11-18 November 2011

4.      “Research Methodology and Recent Advances in Research in Geology” - Aligarh Muslim University – 12-14 December 2011

5.      Erdas Imagine, Department of Geology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 20-21 December 2011

6.      Introduction of ARCGIS Desktop, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 07-09 May 2012

7.      Introduction of ENVI 4.8, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, 10-11 May 2012

8.      “Geoweb services – Technology and Applications”, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) from 11-02-2013 to 15-03-2013

9.      “Microwave (SAR) Remote Sensing for Natural Resources”, Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (Indian Space Research Organization) from 03-02-2014 to 29-03-2014

10.  Hyperspectral Remote Sensing With AVIRIS-NG data over India, Space Application centre (Indian Space Research Organization) from 04-01-2017 to 06-01-2017

11.  “UAV Remote Sensing and its Application”, Centre for Space Science and Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP), Dehradun, INDIA, 12 – 23 June 2017.

12.  “SAR data processing and its application” Working ZGroup on capacity Buliding and Democracy (WGCapD) Committee on Earth Satellites (CEOS) from 17th April to 05th June 2017

13.  “Microwave Remote Sensing Application in Geosciences with Emphasis on Surface Deformation Studies” Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, India, April 22 to 26th 2019

14.  “InSAR: Theory, Processing and Application" MNNIT Allahabad, from August 12-16, 2019