KEOL
Earthquake, Volcano Eruption, Forest fire, Water, Land, Atmosphere, Astronomy, Magma Chamber
KEOL
GIS Landslide, InSAR, Remote Sensing, Geological Resources Potential, Hazard Mapping , Drone, 3D Print, Landsat Imagery

Remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) technique have become critical toolset for understanding natural hazard and disaster phenomena such as earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, wildfire, landslide, and floods. The potential of geological resources such as groundwater or habitat mapping also can be addressed by remote sensing and GIS.

Kangwon National University Earth Observation Laboratory

KNU Chuncheon Campus 1, Gangwondaehakgil, Chuncheon-si, 24341 Republic of Korea

Kangwon National University  College of Education #4 - 301. TEL : +82.33.250.7923