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Title: Using MODIS NDVI products for vegetation state monitoring on the oil production territory in Western Siberia
Authors: Kovalev, Anton
Tokareva, Olga Sergeevna
Keywords: MODIS; мониторинг; добыча; нефти; Западная Сибирь; дистанционное зондирование; растительность; нефтяные месторождения; вегетационный индекс; информационные системы
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: [s. n.]
Citation: Kovalev A. Using MODIS NDVI products for vegetation state monitoring on the oil production territory in Western Siberia / A. Kovalev, O. S. Tokareva // 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]. — [05003, 4 p.].
Abstract: Article describes the results of using remote sensing data for vegetation state monitoring on the oil field territories in Western Siberia. We used MODIS data product providing the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) values. Average NDVI values of each studied area were calculated for the period from 2010 to 2015 with one year interval for June, July and August. Analysis was carried out via an open tool of geographic information system QGIS used for spatial analysis and calculation of statistical parameters within chosen polygons. Results are presented in graphs showing the variation of NDVI for each study area and explaining the changes in trend lines for each field. It is shown that the majority of graphs are similar in shape which is caused by similar weather conditions. To confirm these results, we have conducted data analysis including temperature conditions and information about the accidents for each area. Abnormal changes in NDVI values revealed an emergency situation on the Priobskoe oil field caused by the flood in 2015. To sum up, the research results show that vegetation of studied areas is in a sufficiently stable state.
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