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22 December 2006 Study on environment detection and appraisement of mining area with RS
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In this paper, the big coal mining area Yanzhou is selected as the typical research area. According to the special dynamic change characteristic of the environment in the mining area, the environmental dynamic changes are timely monitored with the remote sensing detection technology. Environmental special factors, such as vegetation, water, air, land-over, are extracted by the professional remote sensing image processing software, then the spatial information is managed and analyzed in the geographical information system (GIS) software. As the result, the dynamic monitor and query for change information is achieved, and the special environmental factor dynamic change maps are protracted. On the base of the data coming from the remote sensing image, GIS and the traditional environment monitoring, the environmental quality is appraised with the method of indistinct matrix analysis, the multi-index and the analytical hierarchy process. At last, those provide the credible science foundation for the local environment appraised and the sustained development. In addition, this paper apply the hyper spectrum graphs by the FieldSpec Pro spectroradiometer, together with the analytical data from environmental chemical, to study the growth of vegetation which were seed in the land-over consisting of gangue, which is a new method to study the impact to vegetation that are growing in the soil.
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Fengjie Yang, Peng Hou, Guangzhu Zhou, Qingting Li, Jie Wang, and Jianguang Cheng "Study on environment detection and appraisement of mining area with RS", Proc. SPIE 6405, Multispectral, Hyperspectral, and Ultraspectral Remote Sensing Technology, Techniques, and Applications, 64051O (22 December 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.693462
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