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High Resolution Space Images for Hazardous Waste Area Monitoring with Application of Remote Sensing and GIS
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High Resolution Space Images for Hazardous Waste Area Monitoring with Application of Remote Sensing and GIS
Salahova, Saida;
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 Abstract
One of the main cases of the desertification impact is the negative contribution of human activities that worsen environment. There are historical facts of inability and excessive activities which destroyed the civilizations. The basic difference is only in the tempo and scales of civilization collapse. Human pressure was accumulated within the centuries and millennia due to the extremely active economic activities. But today it covers only the decades. Presently the process of desertification has a global scale. There are huge factors of Earth aridization as an increase of the quantity of C02 and atmospheric dust and bloom. This process related not only to the arid areas. Obviously a comprehensive approach of development of territories, particularly arid areas is very important. The use of the satellite information and technologies of remote sensing data processing can take a significant place for decision-makers for calculation and estimation of the environment impacts.
 Keywords
remote sensing;GIS;space images;image processing;area monitoring;
 Language
English
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