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|Title:||Use of multispectral satellite imagery to monitor erosion on the Volyn Upland.|
Zhdaniuk, Bohdan S.
Pavlovska, Tetiana S.
|Bibliographic description (Ukraine):||Fedoniuk M., Kovalchuk I., Zhdaniuk B., Fedoniuk V. and Pavlovska T. Use of multispectral satellite imagery to monitor erosion on the Volyn Upland. Monitoring of geological processes and ecological condition of the environment : XIV international scientific conference, 10–13 November 2020, Kyiv. Kyiv, 2020. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3997/2214-4609.202056062|
|Conference/Event:||Monitoring of geological processes and ecological condition of the environment|
|Date of entry:||1-Feb-2022|
|Publisher:||European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers|
remote sensing of the Earth
|Abstract:||The paper presents an overview of how dynamics changes of erosive landforms of the Volyn Upland (North-Western Ukraine) can be evaluated. For this, the satellite imagery by Google Earth, EOS Landviewer, and Sentinel-2 is used. The research provides examples of how ravines are represented on images with different spectral ranges. There are significant differences in remote identification of erosion forms for forested areas, cultivated and uncultivated lands. For each of these types, the images from different spectral channels during both growing and non-growing periods are analyzed. The results are presented in a table: it shows informative and practical value of different channels and indexes to detect and evaluate the dynamics of erosion landforms. Visible and near-infrared channels are found to be the most informative. Combining vegetation index, moisture index, and thermal infrared channel proved to be less informative. It is possible to extract some additional information through them though. The paper also provides suggestions on the use of remote sensing for erosion monitoring.|
|Content type:||Conference Abstract|
|Appears in Collections:||Наукові роботи (FGEO)|
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