Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-8, 605-612, 2014
https://doi.org/10.5194/isprsarchives-XL-8-605-2014
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28 Nov 2014
GIS based Cadastral level Forest Information System using World View-II data in Bir Hisar (Haryana)
K. E. Mothi Kumar1, S. Singh1, P. Attri1, R. Kumar1, A. Kumar1, Sarika1, R. S. Hooda1, R. K. Sapra2, V. Garg2, V. Kumar2, and Nivedita2 1Haryana Space Applications Centre (HARSAC), CCS HAU Campus, Hisar 125 004, India
2Haryana Forest Department (HFD), Panchkula, India
Keywords: Cadastral, Forest boundary, Records of Rights (ROR), Ortho-images, Mussavies, Khasra, World View-II Abstract. Identification and demarcation of Forest lands on the ground remains a major challenge in Forest administration and management. Cadastral forest mapping deals with forestlands boundary delineation and their associated characterization (forest/non forest). The present study is an application of high resolution World View-II data for digitization of Protected Forest boundary at cadastral level with integration of Records of Right (ROR) data. Cadastral vector data was generated by digitization of spatial data using scanned mussavies in ArcGIS environment. Ortho-images were created from World View-II digital stereo data with Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system with WGS 84 datum.

Cadastral vector data of Bir Hisar (Hisar district, Haryana) and adjacent villages was spatially adjusted over ortho-image using ArcGIS software. Edge matching of village boundaries was done with respect to khasra boundaries of individual village. The notified forest grids were identified on ortho-image and grid vector data was extracted from georeferenced cadastral data. Cadastral forest boundary vectors were digitized from ortho-images. Accuracy of cadastral data was checked by comparison of randomly selected geo-coordinates points, tie lines and boundary measurements of randomly selected parcels generated from image data set with that of actual field measurements.

Area comparison was done between cadastral map area, the image map area and RoR area. The area covered under Protected Forest was compared with ROR data and within an accuracy of less than 1 % from ROR area was accepted. The methodology presented in this paper is useful to update the cadastral forest maps. The produced GIS databases and large-scale Forest Maps may serve as a data foundation towards a land register of forests. The study introduces the use of very high resolution satellite data to develop a method for cadastral surveying through on - screen digitization in a less time as compared to the old fashioned cadastral parcel boundaries surveying method.

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Citation: Mothi Kumar, K. E., Singh, S., Attri, P., Kumar, R., Kumar, A., Sarika, Hooda, R. S., Sapra, R. K., Garg, V., Kumar, V., and Nivedita: GIS based Cadastral level Forest Information System using World View-II data in Bir Hisar (Haryana), Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XL-8, 605-612, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprsarchives-XL-8-605-2014, 2014.

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