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A remote sensing based approach for the restoration of an open-cast coal mine site in Spain

AuthorsLlorens, J. F.; Fernandez-Turiel, J. L. ; Banninger, Cliff; Almer, A.
Issue Date2000
PublisherBalkema, A. A.
CitationRemote sensing in the 21st century : economic and environmental applications: 491-496 (2000)
AbstractThe application of stepwise linear supervised classification and post-classification automatic logical comparison change detection methods to Landsat TM imagery have allowed to monitor and quantify the restoration process o a large open-cast coal mine in NW Spain. Thus, the multitemporal analysis of 1981, 1991 and 1997 Landsat TM images have shown the progress of the mine exploitation and the advance of the restoration process. A surface of about 1000 Ha has been restored using different vegetation patterns during the considered period of time.
Description6 páginas.-- Proceedings of the 19th EARSeL Symposium on Remote Sensing in the 21st Century Valladolid Spain 31 May - 2 June 1999.
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