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Title: The possibility of distance methods application for snow dump sites monitoring
Authors: Pasko, Olga Anatolievna
Makartsova, Elena
Ushakova, Natalia
Tokareva, Olga Sergeevna
Mochalov, Mikhail
Keywords: дистанционные методы; мониторинг; свалки; снега; снегоотвалы; спутниковые снимки; почвенно-растительный покров; загрязненные почвы; окружающая среда
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: [s. n.]
Citation: The possibility of distance methods application for snow dump sites monitoring / O. A. Pasko [et al.] // MATEC Web of Conferences. — 2016. — Vol. 48 : Space Engineering : IV Russian Forum for Young Scientists with International Participation, April 12-14, 2016, Tomsk, Russia : [proceedings]. — [05002, 4 p.].
Abstract: In this article the results of remote sensing of the Earth for monitoring of four snow dump sites in Tomsk are described. Their compliance with permitted type of the territory use was evaluated. Earlier unknown time of the operation start was identified. The spatial-temporal variability of areas was defined. The temperature profiles of snow dump and background sites were analyzed. Use of remote sensing data allowed easy identification of snow dump sites creation time. The fact that the sites are located out of zones of permitted type of the territory use was revealed, that is violation of the law. For the first time the cartographic material was collected and showed that in the recent years their areas increased in average in 18%. The fore-cast for the nearest years was made. The article contains satellite images indicting the degradation of soil-vegetative cover of snow dumps. The reasons are contamination and overcooling of the soil in the beginning of vegetation period. The research results became the initial material for perfection of snow dumps territories management and will be applied in the work of environmental protecting service. Approaches proposed by authors may be used in solving similar problems in any region.
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