Progress in the Remote Sensing Monitoring of the

We also analyze the application of remote sensing in monitoring the biodiversity, landscape structure, vegetation change, soil environment, surface runoff conditions, and the atmospheric environment in mining areas and predict the prospects of remote sensing in monitoring the ecological environment in

(PDF) Application of Remote Sensing Technology in

perform remote sensing on the earth defines remote sensing as “Electromagnetic emission at certain wavelengths of observed object or near-earth object from ultraviolet ray to m icrowave ”.

Remote sensing in management of mining land and

2012-7-19  habitat near mining operations. Remote sensing including aerial photography, photogrammetry, and satellite imagery can play an important role in environmental monitoring and reclamation of mining areas. The main advantages of remote sensing are its ability to cover large areas, high temporal frequency, and lower cost compared to ground-

The Application Of Satellite Remote Sensing In The

Remote sensing has been used on several mines in South Africa, and particularly over the tailings storage facilities, to measure evaporation as an indicator of seepage and to monitor the persistence of moisture deposited with the slurry. Lauren Bulcock, formerly with SRK, introduced this finding through her doctoral work in South Africa.

Remote Sensing Image in Mining Area Classification Based

The remote sensing shows a widest perspective for land reclamation in mining areas. Based on how to improve the classification accuracy of mine image, we did some classification researchs with LVQ2 neural network. The proposed method had been applied to the aerial image of Heng country, Guangxi Province. The total classification accuracy was 72%, comparing with the minimum distance method

Remote sensing Department for Energy and Mining

2021-3-21  Continuous, close-spaced spectral wavelength measurements, termed hyperspectral data, are more amenable to mineral analysis than data from multi-spectral instruments that have fewer selected broad spectral channels. Remote sensing imagery is used extensively at GSSA as an aid in geological and regolith interpretation and map compilation.

Finding Gold Introduction to Remote Sensing in

2019-11-6  Remote sensing is a valuable tool in mineral exploration, thanks to its ability to save time and money while providing helpful information. It is best used for the discovery of high-value...

Remote sensing monitoring of land damage and

2020-8-1  Remote sensing technology can quickly and accurately extract land surface information in real-time and can compensate for the shortcomings of traditional methods, and the postclassification comparison method is frequently applied (Brom et al., 2012; Areendran et al., 2013; Prakash and Gupta, 1998). However, the method describes a critical time dimension of the process that is too generalized,

Assessing impacts of mining: Recent contributions

2019-7-1  Mining produces several environmental, social, and economic impacts which can be analysed spatially using remote sensing (RS) and geographical information systems (GIS). This paper provides an overview of recent studies using these techniques to assess mining impacts on water, land, and society.

(PDF) Remote Sensing in Geological and

Remote sensing has emerged as a valuable tool for surveying, mapping and monitoring of natural resources. Availability of very high spatial resolution (up to 61 cm) and hyper spectral data has...

The Application Of Satellite Remote Sensing In The

The use of remote sensing to measure and monitor evaporation is a relatively new scientific field worldwide and has mostly been applied to agricultural applications. Very little to no applications have been done in the mining sector.

REMOTE SENSING TO ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE MINING

2019-2-7  remote sensing to advance sustainable mining practices. LIME is engaged in developing applications of remote sensing for mining (Figure 2) by using satellite airborne, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and ground based sensors,2010). (LIME Various LIME projects have utilised satellite images from number of government space agencies including

Remote Sensing of the Mine Environment 1st

2017-5-31  A guide for students and professionals, this introductory course book covers the basic principles of remote sensing and its applications in mine environment monitoring. Building from a reader’s basic knowledge of mine monitoring, it teaches how to implement remote sensing techniques and how to interpret the acquired data for different purposes. Following a general introduction to remote

Remote sensing techniques for mining waste

Satellite remote sensing imagery provided by Landsat TM and ETM sensors is an important investigation tool of mining waste cover screening, mapping and monitoring at local and regional scales of

Applications of remote sensing to environmental

Satellite remote sensing, with its capability for repetitive digital multispectral imaging of large areas at low cost, can play an important role in environmental impact assessment prior to mining, monitoring the distribution and change in area of different activities during mining, and the evaluation of restoration success and landscape

Exploiting Deep Features for Remote Sensing Image

Remote sensing (RS) image retrieval is of great significant for geological information mining. Over the past two decades, a large amount of research on this task has been carried out, which mainly focuses on the following three core issues: feature extraction, similarity metric, and relevance feedback. Due to the complexity and multiformity of ground objects in high-resolution remote sensing

Information Mining in Remote Sensing Image

M. Schroder, K. Seidel, and M. Datcu, “User-oriented content labelling in remote sensing image archives” in Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS’8), 6-10 July 1998, Seattle, WA, vol. II, pp. 1019-1021, 1998. Google Scholar

GIScience & Remote Sensing: Vol 58, No 2

2021-2-1  GIScience & Remote Sensing Publishes papers on geographic information systems, remote sensing, geocomputation, spatial data mining and geographic environmental modelling. Search in: This Journal Anywhere

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刊物《remote sensing》开源SCI,IF4.509,JCR一区、中科院二区。 2020.12基础版工程技术2区遥感3区-2020.12升级版工程技术2区遥感2区Top期刊开源期刊现在业内贬褒不一。开源期刊审核快,便于快速发表成果;但是版

5 Ways Mongolia Can Use Remote Sensing by

2021-1-17  Remote sensing techniques can be used in one area over a period of time for a much lower cost than having a large team gather data on foot. This means small illegal mining operations or

Remote sensing monitoring of mining land in a

Abstract . The remote sensing images which were obtained respectively in 2008 and 2014 were used in a certain area of Shanxi Province. By using ArcGIS softwere, human and computer interaction interpretation method was used to delineate the mining land and non-mining land respectively.

Remote Sensing of the Mine Environment 1st

2017-5-31  A guide for students and professionals, this introductory course book covers the basic principles of remote sensing and its applications in mine environment monitoring. Building from a reader’s basic knowledge of mine monitoring, it teaches how to implement remote sensing techniques and how to interpret the acquired data for different purposes. Following a general introduction to remote

Remote-sensing image mining: detecting agents of land

2008-8-14  Remote-sensing image mining 4805. Downloaded By: [Camara, Gilberto] At: 22:00 23 July 2008 The proposed data-mining technique uses the idea of a land-change patch.Aland-change patch is a closed region detected in a remote-sensing image and associated with a change in land cover. The first part (shown in the upper part) is the training

Remote sensing Abydos Mining

2019-10-9  Remote sensing. Remote Sensing is known as a set of modern methods and techniques used to study and understand terrestrial phenomena remotely without the need for physical contact with them directly, and this is through special sensors carried on board aircraft, handheld devices, or satellites, and these sensors may They are multispectral cameras, electronic scanners, standard cameras, laser

Mining Remote Sensing & Exploration Geophysics

Remote Sensing and Geophysics We interpret remotely sensed data using a sound structural geological understanding to provide informed, integrated interpretations that can

Remote sensing as a technology to monitor

2019-9-23  LIDAR Remote sensing using airborne Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) surveys involves the process of extracting the distance from an aircraft to the earth’s surface by measuring the travel time of the emitted a laser pulse (Glennie 2013).Using this technology one can obtain highly accurate three-dimensional information about the earth’s surface and create very detailed digital models.

Exploiting Deep Features for Remote Sensing Image

Remote sensing (RS) image retrieval is of great significant for geological information mining. Over the past two decades, a large amount of research on this task has been carried out, which mainly focuses on the following three core issues: feature extraction, similarity metric, and relevance feedback. Due to the complexity and multiformity of ground objects in high-resolution remote sensing

Terra Remote Sensing Mining Technology Mining

Terra Remote Sensing is an innovative remote sensing company specializing in the acquisition, analysis and presentation of spatial data. As a 100% employee-owned remote sensing company, our shareholders are the technical and professional staff running day-to-day operations.

Monitoring environmental impacts of surface coal

2018-6-13  Abstract. Coal mining generates a number of significant environmental impacts. Due to its synoptic coverage and repetitive data acquisition capabilities, remote sensing has been extensively used to monitor effects of surface mining.

5 Ways Mongolia Can Use Remote Sensing by

2021-1-17  Remote sensing techniques can be used in one area over a period of time for a much lower cost than having a large team gather data on foot. This means small illegal mining operations or