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19 August 1998 Monitoring and analysis of atmospheric environment by remote sensing in mining area
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Mining area is a large and complex system. Only do we adopt routine monitoring methods, the monitoring data that we got cold not reflect atmospheric condition perfectly. The technology of remote sensing can replenish the deficiency of routine environment monitoring methods. However, the quantity variation of vegetation index is correlative with the growing and covering degree of vegetation. With Feicheng's Baizhuang mine as researching area, the authors monitored the atmospheric environment by remote sensing technology adopting normalized vegetation index, analyzed the reflectance spectrum curve of poplar, and calculated the normalized vegetation index. On the basis of above research work, this paper put forward the mathematical relation of atmospheric environment synthesis index and normalization vegetation index, combining the routine analysis of atmospheric pollution. At last, the atmospheric environment of research area was analyzed by the spectrum data and remote sensing data.
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Han Zhen, Fengjie Yang, Tao Jiang, Yong Qing Li, and Liqing Lei "Monitoring and analysis of atmospheric environment by remote sensing in mining area", Proc. SPIE 3504, Optical Remote Sensing for Industry and Environmental Monitoring, (19 August 1998);

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