Space Technology has recently taken over the traditional way of Mapping in various fields relating to proper Planning and Management. Remote Sensing and GIS has surfaced to be the "key" tools that enabled proper planning than the traditional way of Mapping, Cartography. Improved technology has greatly helped in the recent years, particularly in the areas of mapping and planning. In essence, this book provides a systematic way and approach in utilizing Space Technology (Remote Sensing, GIS & GPS), to map and investigate Ground water for monitoring and proper planning efforts. In addition, the analysis and approach taken should shed some light for those shifting from the traditional way of mapping (Cartography) into utilizing the state of the art technology, Remote Sensing and GIS which is widely used in the 21st Century.