"Study and Analysis of Chennai Flood 2015 Using GIS and Multicriteria Technique"
written by Muthusamy Seenirajan, Muthusamy Natarajan, Ramasamy Thangaraj, Murugesan Bagyaraj,
published by Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol.9 No.2, 2017
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