Volume 03 Issue 02

ISSN: 2792-1239

ISSN: 2792-1239

Journal of Geospatial Surveying

Editor-In-Chief: Dr. Ranmalee Bandara  

The Journal of Geospatial Surveying (JGS) is a peer reviewed journal aiming to publish scientific research and technical developments in the field of Geoinformatics and Surveying. Its goal is to provide a forum for Sri Lankan and international scholars to publish high quality articles on current issues in the field. Papers dealing with innovations in theoretical, experimental and system design aspects are welcome.


Recent Articles : Volume 3: Issue 2

Hydrometeorological Landslides on the Windward Side of Western Ghats - A Case Study of Kootickal, Kerala, India
Amrutha, A. S. , Varghese, A. * , Prakash, S. , Baiju, K. R.

Dr. R. Satheesh Centre for RS & GIS, School of Environmental Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala, India

  • The frequency of landslides increasing on the windward side of western ghats due to torrential rainfall and it creates damage to lives and economy
  • In addition to natural topographical and climatological factors anthropogenic activities and land use changes also triggers landslide susceptibility

Application of School Bus Routing Problem in GIS to Organize School Buses in Kandy City, Sri Lanka
Aberathne, B. G. T. L. *a , Nandalal, H. b , Satthyaprasad, I. M. S. b

a Department of Land Use Policy Planning, No: 170, Kirula Rd, Narahenpita, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka
b Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka

  • Traffic conditions in Kandy City become worse during school time
  • The School Bus Routing Problem (SBRP) and network analysis in GIS are good solutions to overcome traffic congestion at school time
  • According to the historical traffic data, two hours in the morning and afternoon are identified as school time
  • In the proposed new system traffic during school time reach less than one hour

Identification of Urban Heat Island Effect on Land Use Land Cover Changes
Thambawita, T. K. C. N. , Munasinghe, D. S. * , Yapa, L. K. K.

Department of Surveying and Geodesy, Faculty of Geomatics, Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka, Sri Lanka

  • A significant expansion of urban areas and a reduction in green reas within the Kalutara district was observed
  • This was accompanied by an increase in the intensity of Urban Heat Islands (UHIs)


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Welcome to Journal of Geospatial Surveying

         From the Editor-In-Chief  


The Faculty of Geomatics offers high quality geomatics related degrees and consists of a well qualified staff and latest technological resource. The faculty was established in 2004 as the successor of the Department of Surveying Sciences, which introduced the BSc in Surveying Sciences Degree Programme in 1997. Throughout the past decades it is being greatly developed both in infrastructure and human resources.


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