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15 August 2011Land-cover change of the wuda coal fire area
1Institute of Remote Sensing Application (China) 2The High Technology Research and Development Ctr. (China) 3National Remote Sensing Ctr. of China (China) 4Beijing Normal Univ. (China) 5Shenhua Wuhai Energy Co. Ltd. (China) 6Shenhua (Beijing) Remote Sensing&GEO-Engineering Co. Ltd. (China)
Coal fire generates a number of environmental problems and results in disorderly changes of landcover. Detecting the
change of Land-cover is an important scientific issue of the land evaluation and the eco-environmental change
forecasting. The temporal land cover maps with high accuracy make it possible to explore the eco-environmental
changes of coal fire area. In thispaper, the multi-layer segmentation-based classification approach, Markov Transition
Matrix methodology and Dynamic indexesby using Landsat TM data was carried out. The results reveal that coal mine
and resident change are mostly in recent decades among all land cover types. Private coal mining exploitation and
government administrative measures are the deriving factors.
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Chunyan Zhang, Yanning Guan, Shan Guo, Jiahong Li, Jianjun Wu, Yuerong Jia, Danlu Cai, Hongwei Duan, Xin Zhang, Tiejun Zhao, Xudong An, Lihua Kang, "Land-cover change of the wuda coal fire area," Proc. SPIE 8203, Remote Sensing of the Environment: The 17th China Conference on Remote Sensing, 82030W (15 August 2011);