12 May 2005 The survey of Zhoushan Archipelago and Ningbo depth port group with multisource remote sensing
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Proceedings Volume 5832, Optical Technologies for Atmospheric, Ocean, and Environmental Studies; (2005) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.619678
Event: Optical Technologies for Atmospheric, Ocean, and Environmental Studies, 2004, Beijing, China
Abstract
This paper describes the survey of Zhoushan archipelago and Ningbo depth port group in east China Zhejiang province using TM/ETM+ SPOT ERS-2 SAR and NOAA-AVHRR remotely sensed data and the general data. TM/ETM+ and SPOT remote sensing images are used to obtain the information of ports status shoreline types and storage field. Images of ERS-2 SAR are applied to survey the oceanic environment factors such as front and internal wave. TM/ETM+ and NOAA-AVHRR data are employed to detect the suspend sediment. Finally based on the survey results the assessment ofthe depth port resource of the study area is brought out.
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Huaguo Zhang, Huaguo Zhang, Changbao Zhou, Changbao Zhou, } "The survey of Zhoushan Archipelago and Ningbo depth port group with multisource remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 5832, Optical Technologies for Atmospheric, Ocean, and Environmental Studies, (12 May 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.619678; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.619678
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