12 June 2012 Introduction of oil spill monitoring and response support system using satellite remote sensing
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In the case of oil spill accident at sea, cause the bad effect onto the around sea area such as ocean pollution, property loss etc. Quick making response strategies must be need to prevent additional damage and that is possible by developing system with offered integrated information, such as accident position, oil spill area, oil spill trajectories and combating resources. This paper presents the GIS system for visualization of oil spill monitoring and predicting movement. The purpose of this system is to easily understand of integrated oil spill information by plot on a program base on electronic navigation chart. Oil spill analysis tool is offer input data such as outline coordinates of detected oil spill, the information about the source satellite image and any possible sources in satellite image. This system is designed to plot oil spill on specific time and predicting oil spill trajectories with currents and winds. Each data is extracted by computer modeling using MATLAB. Oil spill movement must be superimposed both 100% of the current strength and 3% of the wind speed. The system will be developed and planned to monitor and forecast oil spilled area. At the same time, it will be planned to predict a projected path of oil spill by collecting environmental information.
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Tae-Ho Kim, Chan-Su Yang, "Introduction of oil spill monitoring and response support system using satellite remote sensing", Proc. SPIE 8372, Ocean Sensing and Monitoring IV, 83720C (12 June 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.920565; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.920565
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