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The results of the least cost analysis for application are shown in Figure 2. Costs resultingfrom terrain, geology, land use, elevation and landslide were accumulated for these routes(traditional and GIS methods) along the cost surface. The existing pipeline path was 38 km.long and the least cost pathway was 36 km. long. Results indicate that the route which wasdesigned applying GIS method is more environmentally effective and cheaper than traditionalone. This showed a potential savings as much as 5-15% which can be obtained by automatingthe rote selection process. The described system of multi-criteria analysis has universalapplicability. It can be used for route determination of any LES such as roads, irrigationdryingchannels, power lines and railways.REFERENCESAshish, V., Dhinga, S., L., 2005, Integrated Framework Using Geographical InformationSystem, Journal of urban planning and development, Urban public transportation worldreview: challenges and innovations. Vol: 131 no:2 , pp:.98-111Berry, K., J., 2000, Optimal Path Analysis and Corridor Routing: Infusing StakeholderPerspective in Calibration and Weighting of Model Criteria, www.innovativegis.comCheng, M., Y., Chang, G., L., 2001, Automating Utility Route Design and Planning ThroughGIS, Automation in Construction, Vol:10, N: 4, pp. 507-516(10), Publisher: ElsevierScienceÇevik, E., Topal T., 2003, GIS-Based Landslide Susceptibility Mapping for a ProblematicSegment of the Natural Gas Pipeline, Hendek (Turkey), Environmental Geology, Vol:44,pp:949-962, Springer-Verlag.Delevar, R., M., Naghibi, F., 2003, Pipeline Routing Using Geospatial Information SystemAnalysis, http://www.scangis.org/scangis2003/papers/12.pdf.Gipps, G., P., Kevin, Q., G., Held, A., Barnett, G., 2001, New Technologies for TransportRoute Selection, Transportation Research Part C, Vol: 9 pp:135-154, Elsevier ScienceLtd.Glasgow, J., French, S., Zwick, P., Kramer, L., Richardson, S., Berry, K., J., 2004, AConsensus Method Finds Preferred Routing,www.geoplace.com/gw/2004/0404/0404pwr.aspKov, K., C., Chowdhury, R., Flentje, P., 2005, Hazard and Risk Assessment of Rainfall –Induced Landsliding Along a Railway Line.Luettingear, J., Clark, T., 2005, Geographic Information System-Based Pipeline RouteSelection Process, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 131, No.3, ASCE.Mackenzie, A., S., Walker, M., A., 2004, Perimeter Highway Route Determination UsingGIS In Hamilton, Ontario. http://www.uoguelph.ca/geography/research/geog4480_w2004/index.htm, Research Project, Geog4480, Applied GIS, University ofGuelph, Ontario, Canada.Malpica, J.A., Pedraza, J., 2001, Roads Extraction Through Texture From Aerial And High-Resolution Satellite Images, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for OpticalEngineering, Vol: 4170, Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers.PS 3.11 – Commisions 3 PostersVolkan Yildirim, Recep Nisanci and Selcuk ReisA GIS Based Route Determination in Linear Engineering Structures Information Management (LESIM)6/7Shaping the ChangeXXIII FIG CongressMunich, Germany, October 8-13, 2006


Rylsky, I., A., 2004, Optimization of Pipeline Routes Using GIS-Technologies, VestnikMoskovskogo Universiteta, Seriya 5: Geografiya, Issue 4, Pages 34-40.Smith, M., J., 2006, Determination of Gradient and Curvature Constrained Optimal Paths,Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Vol:21, pp:24-38, BlackwellPublishing.Yusof, K., W., Baban, S., 2004, Least-Cost Pipelines Path to the Langkawi Island, MalaysiaUsing a Geographical Information System (GIS), www.gisdevelopment.net/application/utility/others/mi04053.htmBIOGRAPHICAL NOTESVolkan YILDIRIM graduated from the Department of Geodesy and PhotogrammetryEngineering at Karadeniz Technical University (KTU) in 1999. He received his MScE degreewith thesis entitled “Address Information System Design and Application: Trabzon City CaseStudy” in August 2003. He is studying on his PhD thesis. His research interests aregeographical information systems and address information systems.Selcuk REIS works at the Department of Geodesy and Photogrammetry Engineering atAksaray University, Turkey. He completed his MScE thesis in1996. He has GIS and RemoteSensing skills including experience of packages such as Arc Info, Arc View, Er Mapper,AutoCAD.Recep NISANCI graduated from the Department of Geodesy and PhotogrammetryEngineering at KTU in 1992. He received his PhD degree with the thesis entitled “TheProduction of pixel based urban land value maps with nominal valuation method using GIS”in November 2005. His research interests are land valuation, land readjustment and GIS.CONTACTSVolkan YILDIRIM / Recep NISANCIKaradeniz Technical UniversityDepartment of Geodesy and Photogrammetry EngineeringTrabzon / TURKEYTel: +90 (462)3772794Fax: +90 (462)3280918e-mail: yvolkan@ktu.edu.tr / rnisanci@ktu.edu.trweb site: gislab.ktu.edu.tr/volkan & www.jeodezi.ktu.edu.tr/recepSelçuk REISAksaray UniversityDepartment of Geodesy and Photogrammetry EngineeringNigde / TURKEYTel: +90 (382)2150953Fax: +90 (382)2150592e-mail: sreis@nigde.edu.trPS 3.11 – Commisions 3 PostersVolkan Yildirim, Recep Nisanci and Selcuk ReisA GIS Based Route Determination in Linear Engineering Structures Information Management (LESIM)7/7Shaping the ChangeXXIII FIG CongressMunich, Germany, October 8-13, 2006

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